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(Boomstick Comics)   The top 10 list of horror movie soundtracks for Halloween. +1 for no shirtless saxophone guy   (boomstickcomics.com) divider line 60
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2012-10-04 10:05:05 AM  
♫♪ My name is Horace and Wolfman's got nards ♪♫
 
2012-10-04 11:38:20 AM  
Aw man, I still listen to some of the songs from that Lost Boys soundtrack. Also, I've always liked the Fastway soundtrack for the 1986 movie Trick or Treat.
 
2012-10-04 12:03:09 PM  
i282.photobucket.com
 
2012-10-04 12:08:15 PM  
burn the flames.
 
2012-10-04 12:08:22 PM  
maggots, Michael, you're eating maggots, how do they taste?
 
2012-10-04 12:09:31 PM  
 
2012-10-04 12:09:56 PM  
What, no Shocker soundtrack? 
No more Mr. Nice Guy.
 
2012-10-04 12:10:52 PM  
cache.blippitt.com

Did subby mean this guy? If so, he sure was careless.
 
Byn
2012-10-04 12:12:00 PM  

Gunny Highway: [i282.photobucket.com image 250x188]


That guy skeeves me out so bad.
 
2012-10-04 12:12:59 PM  
 
2012-10-04 12:13:08 PM  

Gunny Highway: [i282.photobucket.com image 250x188]


I still believe!
 
2012-10-04 12:13:52 PM  

Byn: Gunny Highway: [i282.photobucket.com image 250x188]

That guy skeeves me out so bad.


Timmy Cappello played sax and keys for Tina Turner, I am pretty sure.
 
2012-10-04 12:16:26 PM  
i1247.photobucket.com


Take your pick, any Dario Argento movie!
 
2012-10-04 12:20:54 PM  

Krowdaddy Chixdiggit: [i1247.photobucket.com image 500x375]


Take your pick, any Dario Argento movie!


/what he said
 
2012-10-04 12:23:00 PM  
Shirtless saxophone guy was still one of the greatest moments of the 80's
 
2012-10-04 12:24:32 PM  

Gunny Highway: [2.bp.blogspot.com image 400x400]

Terry Reid - To Be Treated Right


And let's not forget this one:

bandicooty.files.wordpress.com

This is a house, come on in / This is a house, built on sin...
 
2012-10-04 12:28:44 PM  

Mad_Radhu: Gunny Highway: [2.bp.blogspot.com image 400x400]

Terry Reid - To Be Treated Right

And let's not forget this one:

[bandicooty.files.wordpress.com image 420x420]

This is a house, come on in / This is a house, built on sin...


Hottest psycho biatch ever....

i.imgur.com
 
mhd
2012-10-04 12:30:40 PM  
What, no Ave Satanis?
 
2012-10-04 12:34:41 PM  
Mad respect to the article for including Fright Night. If you can get your hands on it, Fright Night and Fright Night II is some good 80s listening.
/Now excuse me. I'm going to punch myself in the face for using the phrase "mad respect".
 
2012-10-04 12:36:32 PM  

Sybarite: Aw man, I still listen to some of the songs from that Lost Boys soundtrack. Also, I've always liked the Fastway soundtrack for the 1986 movie Trick or Treat.


This times 100!!! Both albums are awesome!
 
2012-10-04 12:41:36 PM  
No Goblin soundtracks (save an appearance on Creeper? Nothing from Bernard Herrmann? pfft. And those are just the two most obvious omissions.
 
2012-10-04 12:42:05 PM  

Damn Bleeblah: What, no Shocker soundtrack? 
No more Mr. Nice Guy.


Loved that soundtrack as a youngster. I noticed that one guy's name showed up as a credit on almost all the tracks: Guy Mann-Dude. WTF kind of name is that? They're all synonyms!

http://www.amazon.com/Shocker-The-Dudes-Wrath/dp/B000008KNW
 
2012-10-04 12:44:00 PM  

runcible spork: No Goblin soundtracks (save an appearance on Creeper? Nothing from Bernard Herrmann? pfft. And those are just the two most obvious omissions.


I am guessing you are not really looking at the thread?
 
2012-10-04 12:45:32 PM  
Who needs a list? Just pop on any Type O Negative album, I prefer October Rust for the mood, and you're covered.
 
2012-10-04 12:47:15 PM  

Krowdaddy Chixdiggit: I am guessing you are not really looking at the thread?



The two most obvious omissions to me. I don't necessarily agree with other people's nominations. Although I did notice that Argento was mentioned without name-checking Goblin.
 
2012-10-04 12:50:34 PM  

Krowdaddy Chixdiggit: runcible spork: No Goblin soundtracks (save an appearance on Creeper? Nothing from Bernard Herrmann? pfft. And those are just the two most obvious omissions.

I am guessing you are not really looking at the thread?



Oh crap! Sorry, your image didn't load when I first went through the thread (and refreshed)! I see what you were getting at now.
 
2012-10-04 12:52:24 PM  

runcible spork: Krowdaddy Chixdiggit: runcible spork: No Goblin soundtracks (save an appearance on Creeper? Nothing from Bernard Herrmann? pfft. And those are just the two most obvious omissions.

I am guessing you are not really looking at the thread?

Oh crap! Sorry, your image didn't load when I first went through the thread (and refreshed)! I see what you were getting at now.


HAHA....It gets no better than Goblin!
 
2012-10-04 12:56:18 PM  
How can you show the Halloween soundtrack and not even include it on the list? Creepiest music ever.
 
2012-10-04 12:56:56 PM  
Yeah, I clicked on this link wondering what place they gave Goblin. There was no Goblin.
 
2012-10-04 12:57:36 PM  
The best horror movie soundtrack is from The Blair Witch Project....
BECAUSE IT HAS NO SOUNDTRACK

i2.kym-cdn.com
 
2012-10-04 01:27:30 PM  
Tubular Bells from Exorcist deserves a mention. That song still gives goosebumps.
 
2012-10-04 01:31:32 PM  

Gunderson: [cache.blippitt.com image 350x280]

Did subby mean this guy? If so, he sure was careless.


On Halloween last year, I walked into a bar, and there was a guy dressed as this with a real saxophone. I paid him $5 to get up on the table and play "Careless Whisper". It was f*cking awesome.
 
2012-10-04 01:48:56 PM  

gonzojohn: Tubular Bells from Exorcist deserves a mention. That song still gives goosebumps.


I was working in a factory at 2 am Halloween morning when that song came over the xm radio. Creeped me out since I was the only one working on that side of the building.
 
2012-10-04 01:51:41 PM  
I thought Jason LIves sound track was pretty good, better than the movie.

/Alice Cooper
 
2012-10-04 02:01:09 PM  
Pet Semetary
Buffy the Vampire Slayer(movie soundtrack)
 
2012-10-04 02:20:02 PM  
This guy needs to learn the difference between a soundtrack and a score.
 
2012-10-04 02:43:29 PM  
www.thighswideshut.org
 
2012-10-04 04:29:08 PM  
Someone (everyone) already mentioned Lost Boys, so I'll post something else. But nobody probably saw this movie.

991.com
 
mhd
2012-10-04 04:30:16 PM  
Does 'M' count as a horror movie?
 
2012-10-04 04:31:30 PM  

Sybarite: Aw man, I still listen to some of the songs from that Lost Boys soundtrack. Also, I've always liked the Fastway soundtrack for the 1986 movie Trick or Treat.


Done in 2.

Not only one of my all time favorite movies, but the music still sticks in my head ,,, Cry Little Sister, People Are Strange.. good times good times :)
 
2012-10-04 04:33:42 PM  
Most saxophone music is scary.
 
2012-10-04 04:42:02 PM  
Looks like the author just picked "10 movies you could find in any Blockbuster horror section in 1990"

List totally fails without the soundtrack to The Woman.
 
2012-10-04 04:54:31 PM  
For omitting Suspiria, The Exorcist, and all of Bernard Herrmann, the writer should be forced to listen to this for a whole day.
 
2012-10-04 05:08:36 PM  

Kangaroo_Ralph: Someone (everyone) already mentioned Lost Boys, so I'll post something else. But nobody probably saw this movie.

[991.com image 500x505]


Featuring Paul Ryan as the hobgoblin?

/sorry - didn't mean to threadjack

//carrie on
 
2012-10-04 05:43:10 PM  

gonzojohn: Tubular Bells from Exorcist deserves a mention. That song still gives goosebumps.


Should be No. 1

/I'm guessing the author is about 20.
 
2012-10-04 06:16:54 PM  

darkmayo: Krowdaddy Chixdiggit: [i1247.photobucket.com image 500x375]


Take your pick, any Dario Argento movie!

/what he said


/what they said
 
2012-10-04 06:36:10 PM  
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Inappropriate Rob Lowe poster is not amused by Subby's trolling.
 
2012-10-04 07:03:18 PM  

Tyrone Slothrop: darkmayo: Krowdaddy Chixdiggit: [i1247.photobucket.com image 500x375]


Take your pick, any Dario Argento movie!

/what he said

/what they said


THIS!

Goblin's catalog is almost uniformly awesome! Also, though they aren't movie soundtracks, all the Silent Hill scores by Akira Yamaoka are incredibly good.
 
2012-10-04 08:45:56 PM  
Crap list. My picks:

Fear Link 

Weird Link

Isadora (was used by the Sinister Seymour as his theme song) Link 

On The Tumbril Link

King Kong (Your Song) Link 

Dark of the Sun Link

The Ghost and Mr. Chicken Link 

Tubular Bells Link 

Vo ngua phi van Link 

The Dead Suite Link
 
2012-10-04 09:10:39 PM  

Tyrone Slothrop: darkmayo: Krowdaddy Chixdiggit: [i1247.photobucket.com image 500x375]


Take your pick, any Dario Argento movie!

/what he said

/what they said


What he said they said.


In addition: Riz Ortolani's score for Cannibal Holocaust, Fabio Frizzi's scores for L'Aldilà and Paura nella città dei morti viventi and Zombi 2, Basil Kirchin's score for The Abominable Dr. Phibes, Krzysztof (Christopher) Komeda's score for Rosemary's Baby, John Williams' score for Jaws and all of Pino Donnagio's work for De Palma (but particularly Carrie.) rank amongst my very most favorite pieces of musical accompaniment.for macabre film.
 
2012-10-04 09:40:55 PM  

Mad_Radhu: Gunny Highway: [2.bp.blogspot.com image 400x400]

Terry Reid - To Be Treated Right

And let's not forget this one:

[bandicooty.files.wordpress.com image 420x420]

This is a house, come on in / This is a house, built on sin...


Better song from the soundtrack 

1,2,3 Who should I kill?
Every motherfarker running up the hill.
1,2,3 What should I do?
Get farked up and fark up a'you
 
2012-10-04 11:22:56 PM  
Hobgoblins.

/Hobgoblins, hobgoblins.
 
2012-10-04 11:56:27 PM  
This is as good a place as any to ask...

I have some Halloween DJ gigs coming up, any suggestions for the playlist? I have over 50 hours of music already, but always looking to expand
 
2012-10-05 02:42:08 AM  

Kangaroo_Ralph: Someone (everyone) already mentioned Lost Boys, so I'll post something else. But nobody probably saw this movie.


*raises hand* I did.

Watched it for the Mary Shelley stuff.

Also liked Frankenstein Unbound, featuring an impossibly adorable Bridget Fonda.
 
2012-10-05 03:36:42 AM  

Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired: Who needs a list? Just pop on any Type O Negative album, I prefer October Rust for the mood, and you're covered.


Actually just came here to post this. I can see I'm not needed here.
/RIP
 
2012-10-05 03:37:46 AM  
As mentioned previously, the omission of the popularly known section of Tubular Bells is baffling.


Also noticeably absent, Jerry Goldsmith's classic Ave Satani (The Omen) and Krzysztof Komeda's wonderly creepy soundtrack to Rosemary's Baby.


II really like Mike Patton's Fantomas cover of Rosemary's Baby click and Link - his weird vocalizations enhance the menacing quality of the piece.

I can't say the same for his Ave Satani - it's weird but doesn't have the atmosphere of the original
 
2012-10-05 05:35:10 AM  
Bah. Amateurs.
 
2012-10-05 01:56:07 PM  
Return of the Living Dead has some pretty fun songs from back in the punk days.

=]
 
2012-10-05 08:18:15 PM  

knoxvelour: This is as good a place as any to ask...

I have some Halloween DJ gigs coming up, any suggestions for the playlist? I have over 50 hours of music already, but always looking to expand


Here ya go:


12 Souls - Sigh
After Dark - Blue Öyster Cult
Alison Gross - Steeleye Span
All Hallows Eve - Type 'O' Negative
Attack of the Sennapods - Coil
Banshee Beach - The Ghastly Ones
Bela Lugosi's Dead - Bauhaus
Bells, Books and Candles - Graeme Revell
Black Juju - Alice Cooper
Black Magic Woman - Fleetwood Mac
Black Night - Brian Futch
Black No. 1 - Type 'O' Negative
Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
Black Sabbath - Type 'O' Negative
Black Witch - Otis Taylor
Bloodletting (The Vampire Song) - Concrete Blonde
The Boogie Man Jam - Earl Clifton Radio
Bo Meets The Monster - Bo Diddley
Boris The Spider - The Who
Box Theme - Coil
Brains - Voltaire
Breach of Lease - Bloodrock
Cannibal's Hymn - Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds
Can't Break A Dead Girl's Heart - Zombina and the Skeletones
The Cask of Amontillado - The Alan Parsons Project
Children of the Grave - Black Sabbath
Come to Daddy - Aphex Twin
Country Death Song - The Violent Femmes
The Creature From The Black Lagoon - Dave Edmunds
The Creature Stole My Surfboard - Dead Elvi
The Creature With The Atom Brain - Roky Erickson and the Aliens
Curse of the Werewolf - Schoolyard Heroes
Danse Macabre, Op. 40 - Camille Saint-Saëns
A Dark Place - Dragonstale
A Day Without Rain - Enya (I know!...I know! But just listen to it and then tell me you think it wouldn't fit on a Halloween playlist or macabre flick score)
Dead Get Down - Life in a Blender
Dead Man's Party - Oingo Boingo
Demonologist - Alice Donut
Dead or Alive - Oingo Boingo
Deja Voodoo - Kenny Wayne Shepherd
Demons - Yo La Tengo
Destroy All Monsters - Destroy All Monsters
Devil in My Car - The B-52s
The Devil Rides Out - Fantomas
Dig It Up - The Hoodoo Gurus
Dig My Grave - They Might Be Giants
Dire Wolf - The Grateful Dead
Dirge - Death In Vegas
The Divine Comedy Suite - Robert W. Smith
D.O.A. - Bloodrock
(Don't Fear) The Reaper - Blue Öyster Cult
Don't Go Into That Barn - Tom Waits
Dracula From Houston - Butthole Surfers
Dreams of a Witches Sabbath - Hector Berlioz
Eye-Shaking King - Amon Düül II
Extrasensory Deception - Davie Allan
The Fall of the House of Usher (all 5 parts) - The Alan Parsons Project
Fire of Unknown Origin - Blue Öyster Cult
A Fistful of Terror - The Bomboras
Flying Dutchman - McKendree Spring
Fog Surrounds - Tiger Army
Frankenlady - Zombina and the Skeletones
Frankenstein - Gary Hoey
Frankenstein - The New York Dolls
Fresh Blood - eels
Fright Night - The J. Geils Band
Funeral March of a Marionette - Charles Gounod
The Garden of Jane Trelawney - Trees
Ghost Dance - Patti Smith
(Ghost) Riders In The Sky - Johnny Cash
Ghost Town - The Specials (and, yes, I know what the song's REALLY about)
Ghost Train - The Vincent Black Shadow
Goliath and the Vampires - Monster Magnet
Goodnight Moon - Shivaree
Goo Goo Muck - The Cramps
Gravewalk - Satan's Pilgrims
Graveyard Blues - The Moderators
The Halloween Dance - The Reverend Horton Heat
Halloween - The Dead Kennedys
Halloween - The Dream Syndicate
Halloween - Helloween
Halloween - Misfits
Halloween - Siouxsie and the Banshees
Halloween - Sonic Youth
Halloween - Strum
Halloween (She Get So Mean) - Rob Zombie and the Ghastly Ones
The Halloween Song - The Reverend Horton Heat
Halloween Spooks - Lambert, Hendricks & Ross
Halo of Flies - Alice Cooper
Hamburger Lady - Throbbing Gristle
Happy Helloween - Stonebullits
Harbinger - Reverend Bizarre
Harvest Moon - Blue Öyster Cult
The Haunted Palace (in 3 acts): Porphyrogene - Faith and the Muse
The Haunted Palace (in 3 acts): Through the Pale Door - Faith and the Muse
The Haunted Palace (in 3 acts): And Laugh; But Smile No More - Faith and the Muse
Haunted With William - Rob Grant
The Healer - John Lee Hooker
Hell - Squirrel Nut Zippers
The Hellbound Heart - Coil
Hellraiser Theme - Coil
Horror High School - Zombina and the Skeletones
Horse Latitudes - The Doors
House On The Hill - The Mummies
How Come I Can't See You In My Mirror? - Tonio K
Hungarian Dance No. 5 in g minor - Brahms
Hungry Cannibals - Radio Birdman
Hypnotized - Fleetwood Mac
I Ain't Superstitious - Howlin' Wolf
Ichabod - Th' Legendary Shack Shakers
I Drink Blood - Rocket From The Crypt
If You Have Ghosts - John Wesley Harding
I Have The Touch - Heather Nova
I Hear Voices - Screamin' Jay Hawkins
I Just Wanna Be Bad - Blue Öyster Cult
I'm Gonna Kill My Baby Tonight - the Mummies
Ingeborg, Mistress Of The Dark - Maggie Estep
Inhuman - Sonic Youth
In Memoriam Dresden 1945 - Daniel Bukvich
In the Hall of the Mountain King - Grieg
(In The) Hall Of The Mountain King - The Who
I Put A Spell On You by Bill Wyman & The Rhythm Kings
I Put A Spell on You - Diamanda Galas
I Put A Spell On You - Creedence Clearwater Revival
Put A Spell On You - Nina Simone
I Put A Spell On You - Screamin' Jay Hawkins
Is There A Ghost? - Band of Horses
I Think Of Demons - Roky Erickson
It's Halloween - The Shaggs
I Walked With A Zombie - Roky Erickson
I Want Candy - The Count Bishops
I Was A Teenage Werewolf - The Cramps
Jack The Ripper - The Horrors
Joan Crawford - Blue Öyster Cult
John Wayne Gacy, Jr. - Sufjan Stevens
The Jezebel Spirit - Brian Eno & David Byrne
Killer Klowns (From Outer Space) - The Dickies
La Grippe - Squirrel Nut Zippers
The Legend - Carciello, Grant, Doctor C, Farrell And Friends
Let's Jump The Broomstick - Sandy Denny
Let The Devil Drive - Jay Stulo
Let The Devil In - TV On The Radio
Little Demon - The Amazing Royal Crowns
Living Dead - Plasmatics
Long Black Veil - The Band
Lover of the Bayou - The Byrds
(the song) Lucifer's Friend (by the band) Lucifer's Friend
Lucretia McEvil - Blood, Sweat & Tears
Madness - Waiting For Helen
Main Theme (from 'Hellraiser') - Coil
Marie Laveaux - Bobby Bare Jr.
Mars - The Bringer of War - Gustav Holst
Maxwell's Silver Hammer - The Beatles
Meet Ze Monsta - PJ Harvey
Mephisto Waltz - Franz Liszt
Monster au Go-Go - Suicide Commandos
Moon Over Bourbon Street - Sting
Monster Mash - Misfits
Monsters Lead Such Interesting Lives - Mel Torme
Mr. Hyde - The Coach Whips
The Munsters Theme - The Comateens
The Munsters Theme - Los Straitjackets
Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celesta (mvmt. 3, adagio) - Béla Bartók
Narrator - Hindu Love Gods
Nativity in Black - Mogwai
Night Of The Vampire - Roky Erickson
Night on Bald Mountain - Mussorgsky (arrangement by Rimsy-Korsakov)
Nobody Likes You (When You're Dead) - Zombina and the Skeletones
No Costume, No Candy - The Swingin' Neckbreakers
No One Lives Forever - Oingo Boingo
Nosferatu - Blue Öyster Cult
The Number of the Beast - Iron Maiden I Love The Night - Blue Öyster Cult
October - London After Midnight
O Fortuna - Carl Orff
On All Hallow's Eve - Killing Joke
Orisha Dance - The Neville Brothers
Pardon This Coffin - Jon Rauhouse
Paris 1919 - John Cale (the live solo version from "In Their Own Words, Vol. II")
The Petrified Florist - Lambchop
Pet Sematary - Ramones
Pictures at an Exhibition, "Baba Yaga"- Modeste Mussorgsky
Piano Quintet in g minor, Op. 25 - Brahms
Psychic Voodoo Doll - Deadbolt
Psycho - Leon Payne
A Psychopath - Lisa Germano
Pumpkinhead - Misfits
Quatuor pour la fin du Temps ("Quartet for the End of Time") - Olivier Messiaen
The Raven - The Alan Parsons Project
Red Right Hand - Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Requiem "Dies Irae" - Mozart
Ribcage Mambo - Frenchy
The Ripper - Judas Priest
Rite of Spring - Stravinsky
Robert Browning Overture - Ives
Satan's Gate - Dazed, Floridamusic and Warren Peese
Scary Song - Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13
Screams - Blue Öyster Cult
Screams From The Cemetery - Zombie Girl
Season Of The Witch - Donovan
Season of the Witch - Richard Thompson has recorded a very fine cover of it as has Dr. John (with the
Season of the Witch - Dr. John with the Blues Brothers Band [from the score to 'Blues Brothers 2000.'])
Season Of The Witch - Al Kooper with Steve Stills
She's A Real Good Kisser (for a Zombie) - The Jangle
Siege and Investiture of Baron von Frankenstein's Castle at Weisseria - Blue Öyster Cult
Sincerely Yours, Jonathan Harker - Schoolyard Heroes
Sinister Purpose - Southern Culture on the Skids with John Zacherle
Slow Hearse - Son Volt
The Sorcerer's Apprentice - Paul Dukas
Something To Be Scared Of - The Mekons
Spooks Night Out - Legendary Invisible Men
Spooky - Bill Wyman & The Rhythm Kings
Sredni Vashtar - Faith and the Muse
Still Life - Van Der Graaf Generator
Strychnine - The Sonics
The Subway Man - The Pookars
Sweet Cousin - Sutherland Brothers and Quiver
Sycamore Trees - Jimmy Scott
Symphony #7, Symphonia Antartica - Ralph Vaughan Williams
Tam Lin - The Fairport Convention
Theme from 'Halloween' - MX-80 Sound
Threnody For Souls in Torment - Robert Fripp String Quintet
The Tell-Tale Heart - The Alan Parsons Project
This Blood - Black Lab
Tiab Guls - Throbbing Gristle
Timothy - The Buoys
Tiny Little Head - Seth Augustus
There's Always Room On The Broom - The Liars
Things That Go Bump In The Night - Allstars
Toccata (Movt IV) from Suite Gothique - Léon Boëllmann
The Torture Never Stops - Frank Zappa
Twilight Twilight Nihil Nihil - Current 93
The Unquiet Grave - Gryphon
Vampire - The Upsetters
Vampire/Forest Fire - The Arcade Fire
Variations Op. 27 - Ruhig fliessend - Webern
Vedergällningen - Garmarna
Verschleierte Irrelgiosität - Bethlehem
Visions - Faith and the Muse
Volumina - György Ligeti
Voodoo - Amber
Voodoo - The Neville Brothers
Walk Like A Zombie - Black Eyes and Neckties
Werewolf - Southern Culture on the Skids
Werewolves Of London - David Lindley
Werewolves Of London (the live version from "Stand in the Fire") - Warren Zevon
Werewolves on Wheels - The Born Losers
What's Behind The Mask? - The Cramps
When I See Mommy I Feel Like A Mummy - Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band
When You Die, Your Eyes Pop Out - The Donner Party
Wicked Annabella - The Kinks
Wicked Old Witch - John Fogerty
Wicked Soul - Another Black Day
The Witch - The Sonics
The Witch Queen Of New Orleans - The Pirates
The Witch Queen of New Orleans - Redbone
Witches' Song - Marianne Faithfull
Wolfman - The Sealers
Wolfman's Brother - Phish
Workin' In The Cemetery - The Aquavelvets
Yellow Moon - Neville Brothers
Young, Fast And Scientific - The Dictators
The "Young Frankenstein" theme
Zigzagging Through Ghostland - The Radiators
Zombie - The Antique Toys
Zombies Walk the Cardboard City - Soho
Zomby Woof - Frank Zappa

Plus a compilation album, "Closed On Account Of Rabies" - Christopher Walken, Marianne Faithfull, Ken Nordine, Gabriel Byrne, Jeff Buckley, Dr. Iggy Pop, Abel Ferrara, Debbie Harry and others reading and/or providing musical backgrounds for readings of the works of Edgar Allen Poe.
 
2012-10-06 04:41:36 PM  
Edgar Allan Poe
 
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