Episode 019- Songs That Go Bump in the Night- My Halloween Playlist

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 My Halloween celebration has a soundtrack. 

 And, along with all the standards, I collect “non-traditional” horror songs; ones that induce dread, or shock, maybe even fear.

In this episode I share some of the songs that are mainstays in my October playlist.  Maybe some of these songs will inspire you, and become part of your own celebration of Halloween.

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Songs covered:

“Pretty Polly” by Dock Boggs 

“Country Death Song” by the Violent Femmes 

“O’Malley’s Bar” by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds 

“Do You Love Me? (Part 1 and 2)” by Nick Cave  

“The Devil’s Own” by David Sylvian 

“We Die Young” by Alice in Chains

“Them Bones” by Alice in Chains 

“Twist of Cain” by Danzig 

“Intruder” by Peter Gabriel 

“I Want You” by Elvis Costello

“Black Angels, Movement 1: Departure” by Kronos Quartet 

“Viginti Tres” by Tool 

“Drift” by Fear of God

“Disturbing the Priest” by Black Sabbath 

“Dead Skin Mask” by Slayer

“Victim” by the Golden Palominos

“Subway Song” by The Cure 

“Delia’s Gone” by Johnny Cash 

“Car Chase Terror” by M83 

“Frankie Teardrop” by Suicide 

“Sun Arise” by Alice Cooper

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  1. I’m impressed — I expected to already know every song you recommended. Man, was I wrong! I was only familiar with “Twist of Cain” (a personal fave), the Alice In Chains tracks (my favorite band from that era). and “Disturbing the Priest” (GREAT call — quite possibly the scariest song ever recorded). I’ll definitely be going back to that Golden Palaminos song. So haunting, so sad . . . .

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