Carve your pumpkins, spike your punch, and if you're not dressed up, your out of the party. This is the best Halloween party music I've ever heard. Surf, rockabilly, psychobilly, and all the sounds that remind you of cheesy 70's horror/monster flicks.
This is a fun Halloween CD assembled by Rob Zombie. Most of the music here is either rockabilly or surf, and it's all wild. It also features a spoken intro by Zacherley, the famous TV Horror Host from the fifties. He also sits in with the crazy fun Southern Culture on the Skids for some spoken word on the track, Sinister Purpose.
The one performance that seems out of place here is by Frenchy, which is sort of bachelor pad lounge music. Some of my favorites here are by Reverend Horton Heat, Southern Culture on the Skids, The Amazing Crowns, Swingin' Neckbreakers, Los Straitjackets, Dead Elvi and Rob Zombie himself.
But what's great about this album is that it's not filled with squeaking bats, chains rattling, and wolfs howling (there is a little, but not too much), so you can listen to it at any time of the year. Great for driving.
For more good rockin Halloween music, check out Monster Bop and Horror Hop down below. Full of old garage bands singing about monsters.
1.Zacherley / Halloween Hootenanny 2.Rob Zombie Featuring The Ghastly Ones / Halloween (She Got So Mean) 3.Reverend Horton Heat / The Halloween Dance 4.The Bomboras / A Fistfull Of Terror 5.Southern Culture On The Skids / Werewolf 6.Satan's Pilgrims / Gravewalk 7.Frenchy / Ribcage Mambo 8.Rocket From The Crypt / I Drink Blood 9.The Amazing Crowns / Little Demon 10.Swingin' Neckbreakers / No Costume No Candy 11.Los Straightjackets / "The Munsters" Theme 12.Zacherley With Southern Culture On The Skids / Sinister Purpose 13.The Born Losers / Werewolves On Wheels 14.Deadbolt / Psychic Voodoo Doll 15.The Ghastly Ones / Banshee Beach 16.Dead Elvi / The Creature Stole My Surfboard 17.Davie Allan & The Phantom Surfers / Extrasensory Deception 18.The Legendary Invisible Men / Spooks Night Out 19.Zacherley / Happy Halloween
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