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Hallowe'en music

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ahhh, good old Wax Trax! I used to live around the corner from them. some very interesting stuff:

 

- ministry

- revolting cocks

- mousilini headkick

- nitzer ebb

- thrill kill kult

- front 242

- laibach

- 10,000 homo DJs

- KMFDM

- meat beat manifesto

 

good stuff - what a friend of mine once called "that kill-your-mom-music"

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Ghost Busters

Just about anything from Rocky Horror Picture Show especially the Time Warp.

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- meat beat manifesto

Nice...brings back memories of college...oh yeah have not heard of NE in years..let them believe me, let them wonder if lie...

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A bit late by now, but...

 

Early Current 93

Schloss Tegal

Coil's Hellraiser Themes or their work as Zos Kia

Soma

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we saw some real halloween freaks at the motohead concert tonight. pure rock n roll heaven!!!

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Coil, in general, but especially the albums How to Destroy Angels and Unnatural History II, Dimanda Galas, Throbbing Gristle

 

ministry, revolting cocks, mousilini headkick, nitzer ebb, thrill kill kult, front 242, laibach, KMFDM, meat beat manifesto

Excellent choices. There's also Sydney, Australia, outfit Severed Heads which would make good Hallowe'en party music. :ph34r:

 

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Severed Heads - "Dead Eyes Opened"

 

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But if you want something intelligent and truly creepy and haunting and wonderfully melodic, with a sly beauty, then Sufjan Stevens John Wayne Gacy Jr. takes my biscuit every time. Goosebumps.

 

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I take back "This Corrosion." It was just in my head. Cool song but not particularly dark and Hallowe'eny other than the idea of corrosion/decay.

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I was just listening to "Frankenstein" by The Edgar Winter Group on a compilation CD. Early 70's instrumental heavy electronic rock (or something like that). Excellent Hallowe'en stuff.

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Hamburg, Germany power metal band Helloween with their song "Halloween" from their 1987 album Keeper of the Seven Keys - Part 1:

 

 

 

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