๐ŸŽต ๐ŸŽฅ Everyday Is Halloween by Ministry

Everyday Is Halloween by Ministry

Legendary Song and Band. Everyday is Halloween was written performed by Al Jourgensen of Ministry. Released on Wax Trax! Records 1984

Film clips from: Fright Night, Near Dark, Nosferatu, Phantasm, The Omen II, Sleepy Hollow, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Nightmare On Elm Street 2, Alucarda, Satรกnico Pandemonium, Zombie, This Night I’ll Possess Your Corpse, Clownhouse, 976-Evil, Hellraiser, Return of the Living Dead, Halloween III, The Omen, Shaun of the Dead, C.H.U.D., Fear No Evil, Angel, Night Watch, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. By deeky666

๐ŸŽต Wax Tailor

Wax Tailor taps into an era long gone with a Jazz-age themed approach to his brand and tunes. Often sampling classic silver screen, mid-century, and even modern films with jazz, hip-hop and breakbeats. it’s hard, not to like his wide-range of styles that are also interpreted in some very unique themed videos. Here are just a few of his tunes that have a subtle dark overlay –

Turn up the Bass, Turn it up!

Intro

Ungodly Fruit

Hypnosis

Que Sera

From the Dark

Seize the Day

๐ŸŽต Disco Dracula ๐Ÿฆ‡

Disco Dracula ๐Ÿ•บ๐Ÿฆ‡

The 1970’s disco genres spawned a slew of monster tunes to accommodate the dance rhythms of the time. Recording studios released countless Singles worldwide. Here are a few that we found.

 

Champ’s Boys Orchestra – Tubular Bells, Discoversion (1976)

Hot Blood, Soul Dracula, France (1975)

Living & Dancing – Possession, Black Dracula (1978)

Voltaire by Alain Montpettit, Christian Tรฉtrault, Gerry Bribosia – Canada (1977)

Hot Blood – Baby Frankie Stein (1977)

Red Blood, Dracula Disco (1977)


Other Genres

Parliament – Dr. Funkenstein (1976)

Blacula Original Soundtrack (1972)

Monsters – Transylvania Disco Hustle Novelty horror-rock from 1977

 




๐ŸŽตPersonnae: Halloween Mix III ๐ŸŽƒ(Season of the Glitch)

Personnae: Halloween Mix III ๐ŸŽƒ(Season of the Glitch)

Participation in the macabre Saturnalia of All Hallows Eve implies that we pull some “dark” mask or other from the psychic closet of our interior dramatis personae, and let it fly on that one-day-a-year exception to the rule.. But “Micheal Myers”, the focal point of the franchise, has shown us that the face of Evil is a blank. Even his name is generic, common and totally un-scary. Yet it resonates down the decades because we have all been secretly forced to acknowledge that true Evil, meaning ours, is most likely to take up residence in the generic and commonplace. There it is, perhaps buried even deeper now under that flamboyant mask, or under that avatar of the “exceptional” we love to wear, one night a year. Or all year round. But there it is… Perhaps this latest version, Personnae: Halloween Mix III (Season of the Glitch), mirrors the franchise in dispensing with this identity-less spray-painted William Shatner mask (containing Michael Myers) altogether. There are spectacularly congruent-to-Secret-Chiefs-3 reasons for doing so: The three leaves of the Silver Shamrock. The Humboldt County shooting location. The theme of mass extermination by mega-corporation. But let’s not get into that too far…

credits

from [UR] Personnae: Halloween EP, released October 26, 2018 Trey Spruance – Guitars, Piano, Synths, all sound fx and production Danny Heifetz – Drums Bass – Jason Schimmel William Winant – Tambourine

by Secret Chiefs 3: UR

๐ŸŽต ๐ŸŽฅ Michael Jackson’s Thriller (1983)

Michael Jackson's Thriller (1983)

The song was released November 30, 1982 followed by the Video December 2,ย  1983. The video was aired as MTV’s World Premiere Video and was also voted as the most influential music video of all time. The video also featured legendary horror master himself, Vincent Price, narrating the story of Thriller โ€ 

Michael Jackson Thriller

๐ŸŽต 15 Punk Christmas Tunes ๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽ… (1970s-2000s)

A hard-knockin’ Christmas playlist to get you through the holiDAZE!ย  ๐Ÿ’€๐ŸŽ„ Xmas jams by the Ramones, Misfits, the Damned, the Dickies and more.


1.) Misfits – Blue Christmas (1978) Live @ Max’s Kansas City

2.)ย  the Ramones – Merry Christmas (I don’t want to fight tonight) (1976)

3.) the Dickies – Silent Night (1978)

4.) the Damned – There Ain’t No Sanity Clause (1980)

5.) the Kinks – Father X-mas (1978)

6.) the Yobs – Yobs Christmas (1980) Full Xmas Album

 




7.) Stiff Little Fingers – White Christmas (1980)

8.) the Vandals – Oi to the World (1996)

9.) NOFX – Xmas Has Been X’ed (2012)

10.) Fear – Fuck Christmas (1991)

11.) Tiny Tim – Santa Claus has got the aids (1994)

 




12.) Sloppy Seconds – Hooray for Santa Claus (2006)

13.) Bad Religion – Hark The Herald Angels Sing (2013)

14.) Misfits – Horror Xmas (EP) (2013)

15.) DEVO – Merry Something To You (2010)

 





THIS ONE HERE IS A PARODY

 




๐ŸŽต Dark Christmas Music ๐ŸŽ…๐ŸŽ„

Merry Halloween! Silent night bloody night fill your holidays with suspicion and fright! ๐ŸŽ„ Hear our collection of deep, dark,ย  soothing theatrical Christmas tunes.