Tom Waits once said that he makes Adventure Songs and Hallowe'en Music. Today on the Long Hallowe'en we've got both, with some I Spy for good measure.
Either this record is haunted, or I'm just haunted by it. Either way, The Night Has A Thousand Eyes is an unsettling, bizarre classic with a fascinating story to tell.
Fourteen years ago The Creepshow cut a record that changed the face of Canadian Psychobilly (and my career in writing) forever. I'm still in love with it now, and you will be too.
Everything is way too big and nothing makes sense: a return to a simpler, scarier form of terror in this adventurous gem.
Nothing is safe, and no one sounds like Clipping. The only rap group with a dedicated glass-crushing mic presents the perfect October Horrorcore record.
Satan is Real in 1959. Today's Long(est) Hallowe'en is the true horror of a 60-year-old Country Gospel album. Yes, really.