Hallowscream: The Night Of Murder, Witches, Spooks CD
The album collects thirty songs based around, witches and the most insane of them the Mad Witch whose bubbling caldron declares, It’s Witchcraft (Dave Gardner and The Blue Echoes). The transportation of the malevolent is a nerve-racking journey on the Ghost Train (Virgil Holmes), but there are friendly apparition’s Rockin’ Ghosts (Little Gerhard) who dance in the darkness. The hideous ghouls, Little Demon, and the Ten Horned Devel (Ralph Nielsen, and Prince Arky) are up to no good in the Haunted House (Cris Kevin).
For added Hallowscream authenticity Satan’s Theme (The Rondels) is instrumentally performed and you will hear fleeting appearances from the monstrosities known as the Wolfman, Frankenstein, and Dracula (The Diamonds) and the half-man, half-animal Were Wolf (Carl Bonafede), who collectively are controlled by Satan’s lady Vampira (Bobby Bare). Simultaneously men with a knife in their hands are walking in the shadowy streets, Killer Joe, and Jack The Ripper (Gigalo’s, and Reg Owen) and for the unfortunate victim their last sound will be a Scream (Ralph Nielsen).
The mayhem kicks off from reports of extra-terrestrial life The Little Green Men (George Morgan) circling the planet known as earth, and the mayhem continues when your laser encounters the Martian Band (Wild Tones), it is also possible people are captured and transported to the red planet where the aliens are Rockin’ On Mars (Terry Dunavan). Should you be employed by NASSA and work as a Space Men (The Velvetones) then traveling the Galaxy could bring possible peril, but what will the astronauts encounter on their voyage humans or extra-terrestrials? Just who is Gonna Ride That Satelite (Jimmy Gartin).