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The Big Takeover Show - Number 93 - October 31, 2016

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DJ Jack Rabid
John Zacherley – Happy Halloween (Scary Tales) 1962 (R.I.P. 1918-2016)
Brothers in Yarn – Simple Math and its Consequences (Volume I EP)
Cheap Star – Memories (Songs For the Farrelly Brothers)
Mark Eitzel – The Last Ten Years (Hey Mr. Ferryman) brand new
Toy – A Clear Shot (Clear Shot) brand new
The Damned – These Hands (Machine Gun Etiquette) 1979
Misfits – Halloween (single) 1981
Ted Cassidy – The Lurch (single) 1965
DJ Jack Rabid
Jack Marshall – Munsters’ Theme (TV Theme) (At Home With the Musters) 1964
The Escalators – Munsters’ Theme (single) 1983
The Munsters – At the Munsters (At Home With the Musters; Original T.V. Cast Album) 1964
Springtime Carnivore – Double Infinity (Midnight Room)
Lou Barlow – The Breeze (Apocalypse Fetish EP) brand new
Landing – Complekt (Complekt)
Fran Allison – Punky Punkin (single) 1952
DJ Jack Rabid
Hollywood Flames – Frankenstein’s Den (b-side “Strollin on the Beach”) 1958
The New York Dolls – Frankenstein (The New York Dolls) 1973
Toy Love – Bride of Frankenstein (live) (Live at the Gluepot 1980) recorded 1980, released 2013
Goat – Trouble in the Streets (Requiem)
The Shins – Dead Alive (single) brand new
EZTV – States of Confusion (High in Place)
Dickie Goodman – Frankenstein Meets the Beatles (single) 1964
DJ Jack Rabid
Rod Willis – The Cat (single) 1959
Freddie “Boom Boom” Cannon – Coca-Cola Radio Spot 2; There’s A New Car-Hop Down At The Drive-In (Various Artists – Things Go Better With Coke – Commercials 1965-1969)
Freddie “Boom Boom” Cannon (and Svengoolie, backed by The Gears) – Svengoolie Stomp (single) brand new
Weyes Blood – Diary (Front Row Seat to Earth) new
Few Bits – Sweet Warrior (Big Sparks)
Gosta Berling – Nor’easter (Winterland)
Cris Kevin & the Comics – Haunted House (b-side “Here He Comes, There He Goes”) 1959
DJ Jack Rabid
The Nightmares (& Jimmie Maddin Orchestra) – The Headless Ghost (b-side, “(Ohh I’m Scared) of the Horrors of the Black Museum)” 1959

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