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Ghoul's Night Out Vol 2 – Killer Halloween Rockers For Your Thrilling Pleasure (colored vinyl)

LP (Item 588187) Simpletone, 1960s — Condition: New Copy
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(€14.61 || £11.65 || ¥2023) (approx.)
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Vintage chills and thrills from the 60s spooky novelty record shelf – groovy surf, pop and pulpy groovers wayyyy deeper into that spider-webbed pop culture cellar – no "Monster Mash" here, but there's zombies, wherewolves, graveyards, gila monsters and more! Creepy instrumentals, garagey guitar jams with growly ghoul vocals and sweet girlie backup, dense organ chillers and walloping echoey guitar stormers by Billy Riley, The Phantom Five, Al Caiola, Jimmy Dee, The Daringers, The Savoys and more! 14 scary groovers in all: "Experiment In Terror" by Al Cailola, "Drac's Back" by Billy DeMarco, "Frankenstein's Den" by Hollywood Flames, "Wolf Call" by Lord Dent And The Invaders, "Mortal Monster Man" by The Savoys, "King Kong" by Al Elias, "Graveyard" by Phantom Five and more.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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