11/3/11: Halloween Special (Part 1)

This week was Part 1 of the Fuzz Factory Everyday is Halloween Special – one week late. Yes, last Thursday car troubles prevented me from broadcasting the show to all of you. I couldn’t cancel Part 1, so I just postponed it. After all, isn’t every day supposed to be Halloween? So what did I play? All kinds of great fuzz-worthy rock & roll that centered around the familiar subjects related to Halloween. Songs about ghosts, devils, demons and witches. Songs about good old-fashioned evil. As you would suspect, I had no trouble finding dozens of tremendous choices. There is a lot of great rock & roll dealing with haunted subject matter. So much so that I decided to extended the special for a second week. Part 2 is this Thursday, 11/10 from 8 -10 PM. Make sure you tune in. After all, every day is Halloween. That’s right. Are you with me?

Here is the playlist from Part 1. Click at the link at the bottom to listen to podcast for a limited time. Do it now. I know you want to rock out like you’re still in costume.

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The Phantom Show Of Space And Time – King Of Kings

Ghost In The Room – Oneida

The Witch – The Cult

She Got The Devil In Her – Buddy Guy

J.B. Witchdance – Masters Of Reality

The Killing Moon – Echo & The Bunnymen

The Black Angel’s Death Song – The Velvet Underground

River Of Blood – The Black Angels

Last Train To Satansville – Swervedriver *

Scared – Dangerous Toys

Welcome To My Nightmare – Alice Cooper

Scary Monsters (& Super Creeps) – David Bowie

I Saw A Ghost Face – Valentine Six

Season Of The Witch – Donovan

The Devil Made Me Do It – Curtis Knight

In Your Grave – King Khan & The Shrines

Killer Wolf – The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion

Bark At The Moon – Ozzy Osbourne

See You In Hell – Grim Reaper *

Positive Bleeding – Urge Overkill

She Spills Blood – The Underdogs

Halloween – Green Apple Quickstep

Satan Said Dance – Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

Everyday Is Halloween – Ministry

A Song For The Dead – Queens Of The Stone Age

(Don’t Fear) The Reaper – Blue Oyster Cult

* = listener request


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