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Mostly Ghostly: More Horror for Halloween [Import]

Various Artists Audio CD
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 18, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Ace Records
  • ASIN: B0042FXIIU
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,522 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. DRACULA'S THEME - The Ghouls
2. TIL' THE FOLLOWING NIGHT - Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages
3. DO THE ZOMBIE - The Symbols
4. HAUNTED HOUSE - Jumpin' Gene Simmons
5. DINNER WITH DRAC - John Zacherle
6. THE GOO GOO MUCK - Ronnie Cook & The Gaylads
7. THE MAD SCIENTIST - Zanies
8. THE CAVE - Chuck Holden
9. SPOOKY MOVIES - Roy Clark
10. THEY'RE HERE - Boots Walker
11. BLACK AND HAIRY - Screaming Lord Sutch
12. THE HEARSE - Terry Teen
13. TERRIBLE IVAN - Art Roberts
14. NIGHT OF THE VAMPIRE - The Moontrekkers
15. THE MUMMY - The Naturals
16. I WAS A TEENAGE CREATURE - Lord Luther
17. THE CAVE - Gary 'Spider' Webb
18. THE CAT - Rod Willis
19. ZOMBI - The Monotones
20. ALLIGATOR WINE - Screamin' Jay Hawkins
See all 24 tracks on this disc

Editorial Reviews

These Ghoulish Things (ACE 1070) was released in 2005 and went on to become one of our top sellers. Mostly Ghostly is an eagerly awaited and long overdue follow-up and we are proud to present 24 more blood-curdling aural 'shocks' which are guaranteed to make any party go with a bang! As you would expect - this release has all of the familiar Ace hallmarks of a fine track selection, attention to detail and irresistible artwork; all rolled into one potent package. More than half of the content is new to CD and highlights include the previously elusive Cameo Parkway favorite - Dinner With Drac; legendary Rockabilly classics - The Cat and The Goo Goo Muck and Rock 'n' Roll club staple - Night Of The Vampire. Crank up the volume and scare the wits out of your neighbors. Annotated by Rob Finnis.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Mostly Amazing! November 5, 2012
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Finally found this CD on Amazon and couldn't wait to order it. The booklet itself is worth the price of the CD, as it features some great photos and bios on all the songs included. The music is incredible, especially for fans of the older horror genre. The songs are all from 1967 or older which is a jump in the right direction as far as I'm concerned. I love the fun style of the older horror music compared to the music that is currently released these days. There are also many songs on here that are really hard to find (been searching for years for some of these 45's/LPs) and ACE has compiled them all together in a very attractive set. A couple of my favorites are "Goo Goo Muck" by Ronnie Cook & the Gaylads (a song popularized many years later by the Cramps) and "The Hearse" by Terry Teen, then again, the more I listen to this set, all songs could be my favorite. This would also be a great CD to play at any Halloween party as it is just plain fun to listen to. I must also mention it's CD companion piece "These Ghoulish Things" (if you can find it), as it picks up where "Mostly Ghostly" left off. These two CD's will complete any Halloween collection and make you howl like a lost banshee with joy as they are fun for kids and adults.
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5.0 out of 5 stars MORE TREATS FOR HALLOWEEN!! October 30, 2013
By Smrz
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This excellent Halloween compilation picks up where THESE GHOULISH THINGS, see my review of the other ghostly Halloween compilation, left off. The earlier release was from ACE records in 2005. This spooky set was released by ACE records in 2010, and covers Halloween tunes between the years 1956 to 1967. It contains 24 tunes, as well as another radio promo by Bobby "Boris" Pickett, and clocks in at nearly 63 minutes, and also contains another excellent 20 page annotated booklet with notes very well done again by Mr. Rob Finnis. The booklet contains great notes on every tune included, as well as some excellent rare photos of the recording artists and also of the 45's themselves, most of which are very rare. The booklet, alone, is a thing of ghostly beauty, and adds much to the listeners enjoyment of the tunes. Some of my favorites from this collection include:"Dracula's Theme", by The Ghouls, from 1964, a very rare recording done by Screaming Lord Sutch with the Savages, "'Til The Following Night", from 1961. Moving along we also are treated to "Haunted House", by Jumpin' Gene Simmons, from 1964, "Dinner With Drac Part 1" by John Zacherle, from 1958, the very rare "The Goo Goo Muck", by Ronnie Cook & The Gaylords, from 1962, which was also recorded by The Cramps some 20 years later, "The Cave" by Chuck Holden, from 1956, "Spooky Movies" by Roy Clark, from 1962, which was essentially an update of the 50's hit "Western Movies", originally done by The Olympics, and "They're Here", by Boots Walker, from 1967, which was clearly inspired by the 1966 novelty hit, "They're Coming To Take Me Away", by Napoleon XIV. Read more ›
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