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Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Download: Rock Candy's Halloween mix

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Download here. One big ol file.

Here's the tracklisting.

1. Screamin' Jay Hawkins- Alligator Wine
2. Gnarls Barkley- The Boogie Monster
3. The Specials- Ghost Town
4. The Bees- These Are the Ghosts
5. The Bats- Boogey Man
6. Otis Redding- Trick or Treat
7. The Evangelicals- Halloween Song
8. Geto Boys- My Mind's Playin Tricks On Me
9. Roky Erickson and the Aliens- I Walked with a Zombie
10. The Misfits- Skulls
11. Gentle Giant- Spooky Boogie
12. Desmond Dekker- Dracula
13. The Easys- As the Vampire
14. Ghouls Glide 

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