October 30, 2011

Annual Halloween Modcast #216: No Costume, No Candy

DJ Ken from The Shingles and his trusty Burt Ward, Daren, are on hand to scare the bejeebers out of you. Don't worry they won't do it with heavy metal or gangsta rap.

Listen Now

Me First & The Gimme Gimmes - Science Fiction Double Feature (Are A Drag, 1999)

Agent Orange - Voices (In The Night) (This Is the Voice, 1986)

Little Tibia & the Phibbeans - The Mummy (Mad Monster Party: Official Motion Picture Soundtrack, 1967)

Bleed - The Goon (Monster Party 2000)

Swingin' Neckbreakers - No Costume No Candy (Halloween Hootenanny, 1998)

Creeping Cruds - All Hail the Horror Host (The Incredibly Strange People Who Stopped Living, 2005)

Adverts - Gary Gilmore's Eyes (Anchor Records Single, 1977)

Batlord - Back From The Dead (Death By Woman, 2006)

Birthday Party - Release The Bats (Junkyard, 1982)

Mummies - The Fly (Play Their Own Records, 1992)

Bolshoi - Sunday Morning (Friends, 1986)

Love & Rockets - Haunted When the Minutes Drag (Seventh Dream Of Teenage Heaven, 1985)

Fun Boy Three - The Lunatics (Have Taken Over The Asylum) (Fun Boy Three, 1982)

Action - Shadows And Reflections (Parlophone Single, 1967)

October Country - My Girlfriend Is A Witch (October Country,1968)

Screamin' Jay Hawkins -- "I Put A Spell On You" (live)


David said...

Hey Mr Suave - I've been listening since early this year and I absolutely love the show. I'd love to submit some of my music to you, for possible broadcast - can you let me know if this is possible? This isn't spam, I am sending this only to you. I am a real live grown-up mod, still making music. You can find out more at www.bleakumbrella.com. I hope you decide to look but, even if you don't/can't, I wish you and your great show all the best. Cheers, David@bleakumbrella.com

Mr. Suave said...

Glad you're digging the show. I'll check out your site. You can also e-mail me at rob@mistersuave.com if you have tracks to share.

costumes said...

Voodoo costumes are the best and I'm also a huge fan of screaming Jay Hawkins, thanks.

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Skeleton costumes are too mainstream in terms of Halloween.