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Halloween

It's time to check you packed your spare set of pants, folks, as we've chosen 50 of the scariest, most ghoulish, most horrific records for you to pap your pants to this Halloween. So when the local kids come round begging whack on some Wolf Eyes and tell 'em to fuck off, before settling down to eat that giant bowl of sweets yourself as you lie there in brown horror.
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Bobby 'Boris' Pickett & The Crypt Kickers
Monster Mash

The original and best version of Monster Mash, the ultimate graveyard smash by Bobby 'Boris' Pickett & The Crypt Kickers. Recorded in a lab late one night. Good for Halloween and playing on repeat over and over for really young goths, a la Let It Go but cooler. Limited splatter vinyl 7" on Rock Melon. Edition of 300 copies.

Goblin
Profondo Rosso (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


  • Vinyl Double LP (DW129)
  • £37.99 £34.19 (saving: £3.80)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Last copy

Goblin
Zombi

From the more hardcore cut of George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead by Dario Argento come the startling soundtrack by Goblin. Titled Zombi, the film is more explicit than the original without the library music favoured by Romero, changed for a more thrilling and menacing feel to the re-cut film. Reissue on 180g vinyl on AMS with a poster and movie postcards.

Goblin
The Awakening

Oh right, another Goblin reissue is it. What have we got this time? Well, The Awakening is a particularly gluttonous spread from the kings of Italian movie music. Four of the band’s best film scores are included - Dawn Of The Dead, Tenebre, Suspiria and Profondo Rosso - as well as two Goblin LPs (Roller and Il Fantastico Viaggio del Bagarozzo Mark), some non-album singles and various rarities. That’s some excavation job Bella Casa have done.

Goblin
Buio Omega

Vintage Goblin from 1979, doing what they do best: providing a soundtrack to a gory Italian giallo horror film. Lots of proggy drama and synth sleaze to be enjoyed on the Buio Omega soundtrack, which is presented here in a full edition, with unreleased takes and cues from the archives included. Reissued by Death Waltz.

Goblin
Live In Roma

Epic Italian prog rock from Goblin, or more rightly, New Goblin. Recorded at a live show. With historical members Claudio Simonetti on keyboards, Massimo Morante on guitars and Maurizio Guarini also on keyboards - joined by Bruno Previtali and Titta Tani from Daemonia. Double coloured LP - limited edition vinyl.

John Cameron
Psychomania (Original Soundtrack Music)

Having left Cambridge’s Jazz scene John Cameron went straight on to arranging music for Donovan and moved into working with acts such as Hot Chocolate and Cilla Black. Aside from being responsible for the Led Zeppelin instrumental on TOTP Cameron made some incredible film soundtracks, including for Ken Loach’s Kes and this smokey jazz encrusted zombie biker film Psychomania.

John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
Prince Of Darkness


  • Vinyl LP (DW6RP)
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  • Limited edition

John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
Halloween II


Nate Young
Blinding Confusion


  • Vinyl LP (NNA059)
  • £17.99 £10.79 (saving: £7.20)
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  • Last copy

Paul Giovanni
The Wicker Man


Ruth White
Flowers Of Evil

Extremely early electronic music here from genius autodidact Ruth White. Released in 1969, Flowers Of Evil takes all the possibilities that were present before electronic music was properly codified and channels them into something eerie and unsettling. White took readings of Charles Baudelaire's poetry as a foundation to build a music that will haunt you for weeks.