That’s right boils and ghouls! Time to buy those painful plastic fangs that make your gums bleed and create a cape from a used bin liner. Its very almost time for Halloween! In fact the only time in Britain where you are less likely to be beaten to a pulp for putting on make up. So to get you in the mood, apart from watching 1,000 most scary moments on Broadway EVER, the keep it fast team have created a playlist for you to Zombie it up!
1.)Ã‚Â Zombie Girl – Creepy Crawler
(Throw those skin flaps into all sort of satanic shapes as the ghoulish duo deliver a sweat inducing opener)
2.) Lordi – Would You Love A Monsterman?
(Did you just feel that small crunch from the back of you neck? Thats Mr Lordiâ€™s phlegm-filled vocals which have transformed you into a head-banging, guitar wielding god!)
3.) Marilyn Manson– This is Halloween
(An obvious choice you say? Well after hearing the shite-filled Fall Out Boy cover of Disney’s financial saviour of the 90â€™s, a remedy is called for. In this version Manson gives a nod to Mr Burton but twists it into his own little freakish creation.)
4.) White Zombie – Ratfinks, Suicide Tanks & Cannibal Girls
(Like that final vodka jelly cube kicking in at a end of a Halloween party, the zombie crew lose your mind for a few moments before- BAM!Ã‚Â You’re back in the drunken game with hair swinging action!)
5.) Creature Feature – A Gorey Demise
(If Burton ever heard this he would give two solid thumbs up until they cracked due to the excited strain! One of the best ghoulish themed tracks I have ever heard!)
6.) Soda Scream – The Strange Unexplained Tolls of Idaho
(Amusing yet eerie and disturbing, this piece twiddles along like a fucked up version of the magic roundabout)
7.) Trencher – Hung, Draw Yet Shorter
(Shit your pants just then? This is a real butt-churner that would put the wind up even themselves!)
8.) Liars – Broken Witch
(Blood, blood, blood, blood, blood, blood, blood, blood, blood, blood, BLOOD, BLOOD, BLOOD, BLOOD, BLOOD.)
9.) Tv On The Radio – Wolf Like Me
(Backed by a haunting, atmospheric fuzz, Brooklyn’s TV On The Radio pretty much nail the werewolf/sex metaphor in 4 and a half minutes of exquisite art-rock horror.)
10.) Creedence Clearwater Revival – It Came Out Of The Sky
(Apparently, Stephen King was inspired to write a story based on this little-known CCR track about a farmer who discovers a meteorite that then infects him with a strange plant-like organism.)
So to listen to any of these just click on the names in the player below. Enjoy!