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Friday, October 31, 2008

Halloween mixes

Posted By on Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 1:41 PM

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Rock Candy Halloween.mp3
Rock Candy Halloween, Vol 2.mp3

Tracklists below.

1. The Vulcans- Dracula
2. The Fall- I'm a Mummy
3. The Specials- Ghost Town (edit)
4. Dog Howling
5. Guided by Voices- Demons Are Real
6. Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers- Ghost Riders in the Sky
7. The Revels- Dead Man's Stroll (Midnight Stroll)
8. Jan Davis- Watusi Zombie
9. Parliament- Dr. Funkenstein
10. The Gothic Archies- The World Is a Very Scary Place
11. Screaming
12. Christine Pilzer- Dracula
13. Hockey Night- Dark Trance (Psychic Lightning)
14. The Bats- Boogey Man
15. Otis Redding- Trick or Treat
16. The Misfits- Die, Die My Darling
17. The Crystalites- Blacula
18. The Mighty Charmer (AKA Louis Farrakhan) and King Flash- Zombie Jamboree
19. Redbone- The Witch Queen of New Orleans
20. Jay Reatard- Screaming Hand
21. The Zanies- The Mad Scientist

Part 2

1. Roky Erickson- Night of the Vampire
2. Jad Fair and Daniel Johnston- It's Spooky
3. Mack Allen Smith- The Skeleton Fight
4. The Cramps- The Creature from the Black Leather Lagoon
5. Moaning Cats
6. Heartless Bastards- Searching for the Ghost
7. Misfits- Halloween
8. Ministry- (Everyday Is) Halloween
9. Jason Forrest- Satan Cries Again
10. Alessandro Alessandroni- Lady Frankenstein
11. Don Hinson and the Rigormorticians- Riboflavin Flavored, Non Carbonated Blood
12. The Moontrekkers- Night of the Vampire
13. The Cramps- Zombie Dance
14. Screamin' Jay Hawkins- Screamin' Demons
15. Geto Boys- My Minds Playing Tricks on Me
16. Gorillaz- Dracula
17. The Upsetters- The Vampire
18. Bessie Smith- Devil's Gonna Git You
19. The Dracula Drag

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