Push The Button on New New World Radio: Halloween Special 31 October 2018

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Playlist

Yximalloo
“A Ghost”

from The Worst Of 1982
(Sakura Wrechords)

Lucy
“The Horror”

from Churches Schools And Guns
(Stroboscopic Artefacts)

John Carpenter
“Halloween Theme/Main Title”

from Halloween (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
(Columbia)

Fantômas
“Spider Baby”

from The Director’s Cut
(Ipecac Recordings)

25 Cents
“The Witch”

from Where In The World Is Wendy Broccoli?
(Flying Nun)

Suicide
“Ghost Rider”

from Suicide
(Red Star)

Slasher Film Festival Strategy and Anthony D. P. Mann
“Skin And Bones”

from The Hearse Song
(Cadabra Records)

Screamin’ Jay Hawkins
“I Put A Spell On You”

from The History of Rhythm & Blues 1952-1957
(Rhythm & Blues Records)

Peter Tosh
“Dracula (Vampire Version)”

from Honorary Citizen: Jamaican Singles
(Legacy Recordings)

Movie Trailer
“Horror Of Dracula”

from Monster Rock ‘N’ Roll Show
(DCC Compact Classics)

Bernard Fevre
“Monster Laboratory”

from The Strange World Of Bernard Fevre
(Sound Obsession)

Public Image Limited
“Vampire”

from The Public Image Is Rotten (Songs From The Heart)
(UMC)

DJ Muggs
“Day Of The Dead”

from Soul Assassins: Dia del Asesinato
(Soul Assassins)

Bauhaus
“Party Of The First Part”

from The Sky’s Gone Out
(Beggars Banquet)

Cyberian
“Hexcult”

from Limerence
(Amek Collective)

Goblin
“Zombi”

from Dawn Of The Dead (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
(Varèse Sarabande)

Siouxsie And The Banshees
“Halloween”

from Voices On The Air: The Peel Sessions
(Universal)

The Moontrekkers
“Night Of The Vampire”

from Joe Meek: Lone Rider – Maximum Pop! The 1958-1962 Productions
(Hoodoo Records)

Neil Landstrumm & Brain Rays
“Dark Magus PM”

from Dark Magus EP
(Scandinavia)

Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross
“John Carpenter’s Halloween”

from John Carpenter’s Halloween
(Sacred Bones)

Bobby ‘Boris’ Pickett
“Monster Mash”

from Monster Rock ‘N’ Roll Show
(DCC Compact Classics)

Also features appearances by Boris Karloff, The Sixth Sense (1999),  Aleister Crowley, The Shining (1980), Nightmare Castle (1965), Halloween (1978) and an antique laughing machine.

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