A little early, but…

October 7, 2008

…here’s an old Halloween mix I did in 2006. A little dark and ugly, but there you have it:

1. Siouxsie and the Banshees – Halloween
2. MX-80 Sound – Halloween
3. Matt Clifford – The Return of the Living Dead Theme
4. Karl-Ernst Sasse – Kampf Golem und Floriano
5. Horrific Child – Horreur Indescriptible Et Accumulee
6. Rev. Jim Jones – Last Recordings
7. Laibach – Smrt za Smrt
8. Throbbing Gristle – Hamburger Lady
9. Charles Manson – Tom Snyder Interview
10. Sonic Youth – Death Valley ‘69
11. Skinny Puppy – Worlock
12. My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult – …And This Is What The Devil Does!
13. The Cramps – I Was a Teenage Werewolf
14. Roky Erikson – Burn the Flames
15. SPK – Agony of the Plasma
16. Goblin – Witch (from Suspira)
17. Angelo Badalamenti – The Black Dog Runs at Night
18. Butthole Surfers – Graveyard
19. Paul Giovanni – Appointment with The Wicker Man

Kill Ugly Samhain Sacrifice.mp3 ( 66.6 minutes, 66 megs)

I’m really hoping I get the chance to spin some discs sometime around Halloween this year.
If I do, I’ll be sure to post it here. If not, I may have to do another mix.



  1. Rich,
    Brilliant mix. This ought to scare away the trick-or-treaters. That Jim Jones part is truly disturbing. Great job.

  2. Thanks, Mr. Villain!
    Halloween’s a big deal for me.
    I should go on a big, fake Bill O’Reilly-esque War On Halloween campaign, only in the opposite direction; against those who would take darkness and evil out of our most evil holiday.
    You on board?

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