Friday, October 31, 2008

Werewolf by Night the Halloween Mix

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Werewolf by Night the Halloween Mix
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I did it.
Nearly 60 Minutes of Spooky themed sonically horrifying sounds for my favorite holiday of the year. It's my first attempt at any kind of mix, and I'm confident with much of the song selection, however I know it's rough around the edges, but I definitely learned something doing this and hope you find time to enjoy it this Halloween. The track listing is below.

1. Warren Zevon - Werewolves of London
2. Carl Douglas - Witchfinder General
3. Suicide - Ghost Rider
4. Mistah F.A.B. - Ghost Ride It
5. The Wolf Sisters - Big Bad Wolf
6. Evil Nine - They Live
7. The Bollock Brothers - Drac's Back
8. Michael Jackson - Thriller
9. AC/DC - Night Prowler
10. John Wesley Harding and the Good Liars - If You Have Ghosts
11. Diplo - Must Be a Devil
12. Doug E. Fresh - Spirit
13. The Munsters - At the Munsters
14. The North American Halloween Prevention Initiative - Do They Know It's Hallowe'en
15. Zacherly - Coolest Little Monster
16. The Specials - Ghost Town
17. Parliament - Dr. Funkenstein
18. Link Wray - Jack the Ripper
19. Round Robin - I'm the Wolfman
20. Bobby "Boris" Pickett and the Crypt-Kickers - Monster Mash

Friday Recap.

Evil Nine - They Live
The Castle Kings - You Can Get Him Frankenstein
The Mummies - Zip A Dee Doo Dah
The Mummies - Die!
The Budos Band - Ghost Walk
The Crewnecks - Rockin' Zombie
DJ Joel Steven - Black Magic Thriller
DJ Joel Steven - Red Red Moon Rising
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists - I'm a Ghost
Doug E. Fresh - Spirit
Famous Monsters - The Reluctant Ghoul
Poco - Ghost Town
Terry Reid Season of the Witch
Southern Culture on the Skids - Zombified
Ohio Players - Runnin' From the Devil
Hayride to Hell - Theme from the Munsters
Phantom Rockers - Freddy's Return
M83 - Car Chase Terror!
Big Daddy Kane - Dance With the Devil
Suicide - Ghost Rider
Polaris - The Monster's Loose
Rocky Erickson - Haunt
Lucky Dube - Dracula
Exuma - Hayride
Chamillionaire - The Horror Flick
The Young Werewolves - Touched by a Demon
Fastway - Trick or Treat
Kool Keith - Party in the Morgue
Aphrodite's Child - The Beast
Magnolia Electric Co. - Werewolves of London
The Groovie Ghoulies - Outbreak!
Round Robin - I'm the Wolfman
Carl Douglas - Witchfinder General

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Round Robin's I'm the Wolfman is a great precurso to Warren Zevon's Werewolves of London. Howling and hooting over a hard driving guitar riff and bass riff, its got a little more too it than some of the other novelty Halloween songs of way back.

Damn you Remco, why aren't you still in business. The action figure looks pretty rad, plus the packaging is awesome. I miss old school figures although the new generation of vinyl figures are cool, but I get tired of the same iteration of figures just with different paint schemes. Its a little boring too me.

On another side note having nothing to do with the song, I just finished watching Nightmare on Elm Street 5 Dream Child, and it ends with a Kool Moe Dee song for absolutely no reason than Hollywood thought it would be cool to milk hiphop culture at the time. Don't get me wrong, I love Kool Moe Dee, and I love that the Fat Boys did a song for Nightmare on Elm Street 4, but the pandering of the song selection was just too funny. Further addition to said sidenote: Nightmare on Elm Street 5 sucks. Still not as bad as 2 though.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008


First let me know if anything with old div share isn't working. And second, I hope to post my first mix I've ever done. A tribute to Halloween. It's coming either Thursday or Friday as an end cap to this Halloween madness.

This may be the first Groovie Ghoulies post in the Ghost Town's history. Surprising since they are unequivocally the heirs to the Cramp's horror rock mantle, well, they would've been had they not broken up most recently. Nonetheless this is one of my favorite's. It's about the character's monkey, who starts yet another Zombie outbreak. Damn Dirty Apes right? I think they started the Iraq War too. (George Bush Insult unintended)

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Werewolve's by Night of London

No the song title is Werewolve's of London. But the pic is from one of my favorite comics, Wereowlf by Night. It got a decent run in the 70's on Marvel and as far as I know he's returned from time to time to guest in a few comics. And he may have been in the new brief Nick Fury's Howling Commandos.

The song is a cover of Warren Zevon's great song Werewolve's of London. It's kind've a novelty but the hook is amazing, and it's hard not to Howl along with the song, plus I'm of the opinion no one has a bad howling voice. This version is done by Magnolia Electric Co and can be found on their Hard to Love a Man EP. Magnolia Electric Co also goes by Jason Molina and sometimes as Songs Ohia. They're all generally a project or another by Jason Molina and great sad psuedo alt-country-folk. If you're looking for some more music check out the Devil's Music. I have a further explanation in the post below but he's Dracula to my Wolfman Jack.

Monday, October 27, 2008

The Beast

Much love must go out to The Devil's Music doing a similar thing to my own blog here and the officially unofficial blog most hated by Tipper Gore (In a good way, Twisted Sister...look it up on wikipedia). But I digress. Go there for more of you're demonic musical needs. You just have to Wanna Rock.

The song I got up for this post is especially appropriate considering the mention of The Devil's music. It's called The Beast and it's off of Aphrodite's Child's album 666. Aphrodite's Child is a most righteous band, with one of its members being Greek Super Legend (at least as far as I've read) Vangelis who is more than likely most notable for his contribution to the film Chariots of Fire in composing the epic score. He was also responsible for writing much of the music in Aphrodite's Child.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Party in the Morgue

This song sounds like it'd be perfect for a Matrix style action scene with way too much CGI, maybe some naked under earth raving, and lots of leather trenchcoats. But hey, that also sounds a little like Halloween, not to mention the frequent alias chaning Kool Keith at the helm and the chorus encouraging you to Party in the Morgue. That's what I call a song custom made for Halloween.

Speaking of Kool Keith he just put out a new cd as Dr. Doom. Party in the Morgue however comes courtesy of The Undertakerz album or the Blade Trinity soundtrack.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Trick or Treat

I probably shouldn't disparage the band I'm about to write about even though this one song is halfway decent. It's from the "Supergroup" Fastway. Personally with the exception of anything Damon Albarn has ever been in Supergroups are always called supergroups because of the talent the band is composed of and so rarely of the output.

Fastway was thought to be epic, much like expectations were initially high for Audioslave, but ultimately Fastlane sputtered through a decade when even a band called RATT could be successful. Still they did the soundtrack to the Ozzy Osbourne and Alice Cooper starring Trick or Treat. The title track is presented here. It's a movie I haven't seen yet, but after working my way through most of the Nightmare on Elm Street series recently, I need a break from awful 80s horror movies.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Touched by a Demon

I'm a big fan of the Young Werewolves. Sing and Shout rock and roll at it's finest. Its just like the Ramones if they were into more early soul and sang about Demons and stuff. It's the kind of music that was MADE for me.

The above pic is from Lost Boys Reign of Frogs. A short 4 part comic series that came out around the same time as the sequel to the original Lost Boys. The sequel which was generally pretty bad, was still ultimately...pretty fun. I wouldn't recommend watching it with your brain on, but for a low budget direct to DVD pic it wasn't all that bad.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

The Horror Flick

A new track from Chamillionaire's Mixtape Messiah 4. Honestly one of the most underrated MC's out in my opinion, not to mention his always solid mixtapes which are usually light on subpar guests and high on Chamillionaire's rhymes. The Horror has a spooky beat that sounds like a Houston-ized horror soundtrack beat. Imagine John Carpenter in the studio with Pimp C.

The picture above is from the remake of the 1974 film Texas Chainsaw Massacre. I haven't seen the remake yet because I want to see the original first, however I'm a little scared to try watching the original alone. I can dig spooky shit, but when it gets down to the middle of the country gore type stuff, I grew up a little out of the neighbor to neighbor houses and 5 miles from a supermax prison so I still tend to get more scared during those type of flicks.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008


Junior over at Ear Fuzz reminded me once again about Exuma and he has too many songs that would be perfect posts for the Ghost Town. However instead of choosing one of his island chants about zombies and voodoo I elected to choose what I've heard described as one of his worst songs.

But I don't think it's that bad. It's really sacharine and kind've cheesy but it's a hayride love song. So more than being totally appropriate it also showcases that Exuma had a beautiful singing voice despite the fact that he routinely sang in a gravely wail.

The other reason I wanted to post this is my many memories of a kid going on haunted hayrides once October came. I'm not sure if everyone has hayrides all over the US or other places, but it's a pretty big fall staple in Minnesota and a good time in the crisp October air.

Please comment if anything's not working for anybody or if you have any questions or you just want to say whats up.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008


So far it's been light on reggae or ska and since I want to make sure you have some island riddims for your Halloween night, I present to you Lucky Dube's Dracula. Lucky Dube definately has to be one of my favorite dancehall artists along with Anthony B and Luciano. There's so much absolutely amazing music still coming out of Jamaica, it always amazes. Not enough of it is about werewolves however, but maybe someday we'll have the reggae version of gothabilly. I can hope can't I?

Monday, October 20, 2008


You know I love Roky Erickson come Halloween time because of his lyrics that are about superantural phenomena but I'd like him just the same for his 50's like guitar parts and wailing voice. I think I've mentioned before how unfortunate it is that his lyrics, in the late 70s and going on, are most likely to be attributed to the time he spend in a psych ward undergoing shock therapy. A healthy dose of blame can also go to his drug consumption, especially psychadelics. He's has a long life and recently its been on the up-swing so that's good to know. I just hope I get the chance to see him someday. He's a true character in the history of rock 'n' roll. If you dig this look for his other stuff solo and as part of the 13th Floor Elevators.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

The Monster's Loose

Polaris - The Monster's Loose

I posted this song once before, but seeing as how that was 2 full years ago, I had to post it again. It's from a beautiful amazing cd by a band called Polaris. They made an entire album of material for The Adventures of Pete and Pete on Nickelodeon. It's one of the greatest TV shows ever created in my opinion and all the music used not only the stuff made by Polaris but the contributions from Racecar, Nice and the Magnetic Fields among others was transcendent.

I decided to post the Monster's Loose due to the fantastic episode Halloweenie. The plot of the episode is that one brother thinks he may be getting to old for Halloween while the other embraces it at its fullest. The mythology and acting as well as the cinematography is amazing. If you've never seen the show I can't more thoroughly recommend renting or buying some of the DVDs or acquiring by other means.

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Ghost Rider

Suicide - Ghost Rider

Sidenote (and by sidenote I mean headnote): If you're reading and at least a few people are judging by the downloads, please feel free to leave me a comment, otherwise I feel alone like I'm in a darkened house and there's not even the company of a supernatural Serial Killer to keep me company.

This is a song from a band called Suicide. I've only recently delved into them and a lot of no wave stuff. I was initially surprised at how much I liked it. No wave is almost a side reaction to the punk scene of the time or at least that's what I've been able to understand it as. Not against punk but more of another direction. Listening to Suicide I get a feeling that whether or not alot of current bands no it or not Suicide is their spiritual ancestor.

The droning, humming, and buzzing that Suicide sends through their instruments is something that I think I can say I hear in bands like Animal Collective or TV on the Radio. Suicide put out 2 albums and both are really rad. Underneath it all I can also here a slight nod to garage rock too, or maybe its just some of the sludge, but I can't help but think that Suicide and the Sonics have a lot in common.

Friday, October 17, 2008

Dance With the Devil

Big Daddy Kane - Dance With the Devil

Back with the ever impressive Big Daddy Kane, I wanted to drop some old school science with one of the greatest MCs of all time. Hands down he might be my favorite. And to this day, one of the best shows I've seen was Big Daddy Kane and I got in free which was just icing on the cake.

But I still remember to this day him using his song Ain't No Half Steppin' as a rallying cry to live life to the fullest. It was never something I had actually thought of in that context before but it really was awesome to hear him perform it and with a band that helped bring a really great sound to it. As good as it is on album it was one of the rare times where I could say the performance was almost better musically.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Car Chase Terror

So on to some music that is more spooky and less about spooky stuff. Car Chase Terror by M83 opens with a quote I can't quite identify but eventually the music begins and starts to swell, sythns come in along with some rapid fire drums. I've always liked M83 and after recently getting into Nine Inch Nails a little more, the two seem so similar to me. I think theres more of a metal and hard rock influence with Nine Inch Nails but if both bands were on tour with each other I don' think either's fans would be dissapointed. Eventually the song ends with the ominous quiet of a roadside swamp as a car speeds by in silence.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Freddy's Return

I wanted to make sure I got a song up by the Phantom Rockers as they are one of my favorite Gothabilly groups and I also was hoping I could post another song about Freddy since last years Fat Boys and Freddy Post.

I just got done watching Nightmare 2 and am almost done with Nightmare on Elm Street 3. Most recently I also watched the Scream trilogy. And I have a few thoughts about Wes Craven films, mostly that the first is so much better than the sequels. I did like the Scream films, but they seemed to get cheesier with every sequel and one of the things I don't really dig with the Nightmare/Friday the 13th/Halloween Sequels is the morphing of the characters from villians to near heroes. That's the problem, with every sequel the focus goes more and more from the protagonists to the villians.

But irregardless it's mostly mindless entertainment and I will always remember being scared to death merely from the commercial for Wes Craven's New Nightmare when I was 9. I could always watch uber violence like Terminator 2 when I was 8 and never fear fazed, but he haunting music and dark setting of horror films freaked me out until I got into my 20's.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Hayride to Hell

Hayride to Hell - The Munsters Theme

So how is it there were two supernaturally themed sitcoms at the same time and we've yet to truly receive a new one since then. Sure there's been the reincarnation of the Munsters and the Addams Family Movies and Cartoon, but 40 years? Come on, it'd still be better than According to Jim or whatever else is coming in 89th in the ratings.

Anyways, the Munsters is a classic, however it's starting to get to the point where some people my generation or earlier may not have heard of it, and that scares me. I grew up on a combination of the new, and the old as when cable was just starting out all the old fifties, sixties and seventies shows were all in syndication and I remember loving the Munsters as well as Gilligan's Island and Get Smart among dozens of others.

Of all the covers I've heard of the Munsters theme song, and I have heard a surprising amount, Hayride to Hell's is one of the best. It's got a real hard chugging fuzz guitar that warms up right after a dark bassline. ♦♦

Monday, October 13, 2008

Runnin' From the Devil

So it's been a little heavy on the rockabilly and the old school but I have a couple tracks to go in a different direction coming up. The first is a little late 70's Funk/Disco track by the Ohio Players. It's called Runnin' from the Devil, and for some reason I can't imagine running form the devil while listening to this song without the person doing the running wearing bell bottoms and sequins, and Afros everywhere...even on the Devil. Of course the Ohio Players also have a couple other notable hits, including Fire, and Love Rollercoaster. However if you want a pure full on fire blowout, there's nothin' like FOPP. Comparable with even the most blazing Funkadelic tracks FOPP its pure fury.

Sunday, October 12, 2008


Southern Culture on the Skids have more than just a song written about the supernatural, hell they were in I know What You Did Last Summer. And they had a song that was superfluously added to the soundtrack with 14 other bands that were being cross promoted by a record company with the assist from the production company. It sounds like I don't like them, which isn't true, they are a rock and rolling Rockabilly band but I do get most sick of those poorly put together soundtracks meant to rip off 10 dollars from a person based on their enjoyment of the movie, which may or may not have been due in part to the soundtrack.

In cases like the Good, the Bad and the Ugly the consumer gets their monies worth, but everytime a summer blockbuster or horror flick comes out and subsequently a soundtrack is released 9 times out of 10 it sucks. The Lost Boys, and Ghostbusters however are two notable exceptions. Enough ranting, download and enjoy Southern Culture on the Skids. And if you're in the Minneapolis area, let me know if you're going to the Zombie Pub Crawl.

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Season of the Witch

Terry Reid - Season of the Witch

So the song is Season of the Witch and the artist is Terry Reid, and neither has anything to do with the Halloween Series, but it was the best picture I could come up with so there you go. Anyways, Terry Reid is one of my favorite artists in a long time. The guy turned down lead singing roles in Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple, that's gotta be worth close to a billion in missed opportunities. And what'd he do with it? Have an awesome solo career. Well, awesome in terms of quality, however I don't think he sold, at least not like Zeppelin sold. Still he's on the underrated list of all time. He's got a great voice and his music sounds like a hybrid between Neil Young, Creedence, and Zeppelin. And if that doesn't do it for you, you're broken on the inside. I'm sorry but that's just how it is. This song is nearly 10 minutes long, and ever second is awesome.

Interestingly enough I first got into him through the Devil's Rejects soundtrack. A movie I don't par·tic·u·lar·ly love or hate but the soundtrack is a full on greatest hits of 70s album rock radio. It's a weird thing, I'm not really a fan of Rob Zombie's movies, nor am I fan of his music itself, but I think we'd probably have fun hanging out as the man has great taste. Go check out the Halloween Remake soundtrack, it's equally awesome.

Friday, October 10, 2008

Ghost Town

Ahh, So I maybe should have opened up this years Ghost Town with this song, but what the hell. I got into Poco recently after seeing a used copy of an old album of theirs at the record store. The cover art looked cool enough and then I started listening. They were basically like a hybrid between Neil Young and The Eagles. This isn't their best song but they have a real solid catalogue with nearly 20 albums to their name. I was definately surprised to find out they had such a deep library but tI hadn't heard of them.

Thursday, October 09, 2008

The Reluctant Ghoul

Another song from the Famous Monsters. It's some great slow burn Rockabilly instrumental. Once again I'll try not to post to many instrumentals as sometimes it's hard to get in the spirit unless you can feel the spooky overtones. And I think I can, sonically, it's my mutant power. Stuff like this makes me wonder why Rockabilly isn't a more popular sound. It just sounds so warm and the music just seems perfect to any occasion. In fact I would issue a challenge to anyone that if you listen to Jack the Ripper by Link Wray you'll automatically feel whatever it is you're doing at the time is infinitely cooler.

Let me know if you're reading this and having any problems downloading or listening to the MP3s. Everything's working on my end so hopefully it works across the internet waves.

Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Ghostbusters 2

Doug E. Fresh - Spirit

For the past couple of years I've seen the majority of big budget blockbusters that have come out. Either at the drive-in, at home or the theater I've seen the Great (The Dark Knight, Pirates of the Caribbean 1) to the decent (Transformers surprisingly, Hancock) to the downright painful (Miami Vice, Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull). Upon comparison to the first Ghostbusters, 2 doesn't hold up nearly so well. It's similar and yet slightly divergent but ultimately doesn't have the surprise and creativity of the first. However comparing it to many of the modern day blockbusters and big budget extravaganzas its epic. It's still funny, it's weird as hell, and looks like it was made by a few people instead of by marketing and research groups.

I mean a toaster dances to Jackie Wilson, that's all I need in a movie. Even the soundtrack was similar in being alright but not quite up to the original. However 2 songs do stand out. Doug E. Freshe's Spirit is one of those songs that never actually makes the movie till the credits but sounds absolutely perfect given the time frame it was recorded.

Tuesday, October 07, 2008

I'm a Ghost

Ted Leo is pretty rocking. I've heard him and the Pharmacists described as a punk version of Thin Lizzy and I think that's pretty accurate. Sometimes he has the Stadium rock leaning sound of the Hold Steady but other times the sneering punk rock of the Clash. This isn't ultimately his best song but this is a Halloween blog so limitations are involved. Anyways, hope to get some more posts up soon as I'm slightly behind. Don't worry though. We'll have a full 31 by the Halloween.

Monday, October 06, 2008

Monster Mash-Up

DJ Joel Steven (Voicedude) - Red, Red Moon Rising

I wanted to post some old favorites from the Monster Mash-Up project. Last year they did Bride of Monster Mash-Up and I still have the link up, but its dead now. Some notables who participate are RIAA and DJBC. 2 of my favorites from the original were done by a guy who calls himself Voicedude.

The first is a mash-up of Red Moon Rising by CCR and Red Red Wine by UB40. I remember the radio playing that UB40 cover approximately a billion times back in the day, and if I had to hear it with the original vocals I think I'd kill myself. But in this version it incorporates vocals by Creedence and audio from Young Frankenstein and it works as a mash-up about werewolves even if that wasn't CCR's or UB40s original intent. The other track is a mash-up of Thriller and Black Magic Woman. Somehow even though Thriller is one of the best dance songs ever, it doesn't have a guitar solo which I think we can all agree was always necessary. This finally fills in the guitar solo gap our mind always knew it needed.

Sunday, October 05, 2008

Rockin' Zombie

The Crewnecks - Rockin' Zombie

There's a lot to like about this song. It's pure early 60's late 50's novelty but the saxophone and the bass on this track are quite impressive. That's the one thing I really miss, the not-overdone-sax in rock and roll. Back in the day it was perfect. The sax would sometimes be in front of even the guitar, but then the 70s came and it completely disappeared aside from some light jazz solos. It seems like that badass warm guitar tone with piano backing and bop sax music is forever gone. Sure theres some revival bands but no one manages to actually do it the way it was done. But then again it makes listening to Chuck Berry that much better.

Saturday, October 04, 2008

Ghost Walk

The Budos Band - Ghost Walk

Sometimes I'm hesitant to post songs related in name only. But I figure if it'll work good and make people dance at a Halloween party, then that's good enough. The Budos Band are out of New York. They are affiliated with Daptone Records and many of the other similar artists such as Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings as well as Menahan Street Band and Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra. There's also a really great video made to their song Volcano song using the old Superman cartoons from the 40s.

Friday, October 03, 2008

The Mummies

The Mummies - Die
The Mummies - Zip A Dee Doo Dah

The Mummies aren't always full on with spooky lyrics or songs hence the Zip a Dee Doo Dah cover. But they do dress up like Mummies for their shows (of which they haven't played in 15 years) and used to have an old Ecto-1 Like Caddy to drive around in. Garage rock as it comes and more lo-fi then the egyptians they apparently are playing a live show in Spain on October 10th.

Thursday, October 02, 2008

You Can Get him Frakenstein

Well first off the files should be working all properly now. Secondly sorry for the delay. Just a hitch in getting stuff up so it will be an action packed weekend with a few extra posts than normal. The first is the Castle Kings' - You Can Get Him Frankenstein. It's the kind of campy beantnick rock song I could see being used in a MST3K-esque goofy comedic horror movie from the 60s.

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

They Live

First off let me say thanks, I was very pleasantly surprised to see people already awaiting the undeadening of this blog. Comments are always appreciated as I sometimes assume I'm sending this out to nowhere. Which is cool if I am but I always love to know that other people enjoy checking in as much as I do posting. I'm using this thing called divshare. If you'd like to download click the file it'll open a new tab, click on the right side where it says download original and skip the ads.

When I first heard about this song it reminded me of the classic horror movie. The one I haven't seen. But hey this is a blog about music not film and while I have a shelf full of Universal Monster Movies I still have some horror flicks to catch up on. I was always scared of most horror movies due to living out in the country and I think also to being an only child, oh yeah we also lived about 5 miles from a Level 5 Maximum Security Prison. If that sounds to technically accurate you'll forgive my reliance on Wikipedia. Anyways I do know alot about They Live despite not having seen it. That for one it stars Rowdy Roddy Piper and that it was directed by Jon Carpenter. I've seen parts but from what I know about it, despite being a B movie is actually pretty interesting and also has a fight scene that apparently goes on about 5 minutes longer than you think it will.

But back to the point, the music. They Live is a new single by Evil Nine a DJ duo from England. They remind me of Daft Punk and I mean that in a good way. Maybe it's just that they're repeating the name of a horror film, but there's something very quasi scary about this song. Maybe its the driving beat, or the disembodied voices doing the vocals. But as the song swells you can imagine a group of attractive 20 something actors (playing teenagers) running for their lives, only to end up in an alley with no way out. Speaking of which such alleys seem all to frequent in movies. Who is building these inner city blockades? Anyways enjoy They Live and keep a lookout for Evil Nine they have an album coming out this month.

Let me know if you have any questions about listening/downloading the files. Also if you are digging around in the archives and particularly want something no longer up I might be able to help you out.

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