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Red Slayer at 12:19AM, Oct. 6, 2006
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I'm making a 24 hour long playlist for Halloween and i have 5:24:14 h/m/s so far.

I need the coolest songs you can think of that fit the hollyday, like, NOW!
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kingofsnake at 7:26AM, Oct. 6, 2006
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brainbug - nightmare
187 lockdown - nightmare on 187 street
utah saints - sick
nightbreed - pack of wolves
dj fresh - the immortal
the prodigy - voodoo people (pendulum remix)
Pendulum - tarantula
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Crazy Dutchman at 11:20AM, Oct. 6, 2006
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Fantomas - Spider Baby
Neurosis - Children of the Grave
Onigobonigo - Dead Man's Party

But that depends on the people have to listen to it of course ;)

Oh oh oh! And don't forget Onigo Bonigo - Forbidden Zone (the opening theme from the movie I believe) Sounds quite Halloweeny and it kicks ass
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Red Slayer at 11:51AM, Oct. 6, 2006
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Exelent! This is going to be awesome.
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Terminal at 8:36AM, Oct. 7, 2006
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You need psyhcological freakout in this playlist, so I recommend Hotel California by The Eagles.

And just beause it's Halloween, you need Sympathy for the Devil by The Rolling Stones (The 1968 Rock And Roll Circus is the best one, honorable mentions go out to the Fatboy Slim remix, the NERD remix. The Dave Matthews Band version is not fitting for Halloween).

I was never much for that loud rock most people play on Halloween.
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Red Slayer at 11:04AM, Oct. 7, 2006
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Hotel California Already on the playlist.
And some other classics including:
Pet cemetery(The Ramones)
Halloween(Misfits, Helloween and AFI version)
Beheaded(The Offspring)
American psyco(Misfits)
Demons(The Offspring)
Number of the Beast(Iron Maiden)
Dance of the dead(Iron Maiden)
Fear of the dark(Iron Maiden)
And abunch of other things giving a grand total of:
6h 23m 42s

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kingofsnake at 11:40AM, Oct. 7, 2006
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You need psyhcological freakout in this playlist, so I recommend Hotel California by The Eagles.

And just beause it's Halloween, you need Sympathy for the Devil by The Rolling Stones (The 1968 Rock And Roll Circus is the best one, honorable mentions go out to the Fatboy Slim remix, the NERD remix. The Dave Matthews Band version is not fitting for Halloween).

I was never much for that loud rock most people play on Halloween.

The neptunes remix was my favorite one on that record
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kingofsnake at 11:49AM, Oct. 7, 2006
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Rob zomibe: super beast, living dead gil, dragula
the prodigy: what evil lurks, poison
doof: mars needs women
michael jackson: thriller (dollars on you already got this one, i mean, duh)
Manhattan Transfer: Twighlight Zone
Underworld: King of Snake
Squirrel Nut Zippers: Hell, Ghost of Stephan Foster
Teegan and Sarah: Walking with the ghost
Blue Oyster Cult: Don't Fear the Reaper
Radiohead: Creep
Cake: Pentagram
Arctic Monkeys: When the Sun Goes Down
The Automatic: Monster <—-GOT TO HAVE
Metric: Monster Hospital (mstrkrft rmx)
Royksopp: What Else is there (thin white duke remix)
Rouge Traders: voodoo Child
Tenacious D: Tribute to the Greatest Song in the World
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Red Slayer at 12:16PM, Oct. 7, 2006
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Thanks guys! I'm currently downloading the stuff you suggested.

Click the link on my signature for the complete list.

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Terminal at 6:22PM, Oct. 7, 2006
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Maybe Stairway to Heaven by Led Zeppellin if you are so inclined.

Stairway to Heaven, backwards.

Maybe "Closer“ by Nine Inch Nails, and ”Time Wrap“ from the Rocky Horror Picture Show.

I want to say ”Counting Blue Cars" by Dishwalla, but something is telling me not to.
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kingofsnake at 11:13PM, Oct. 7, 2006
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Chemical Brothers: Electronic Battle Weapon 7
(imagine hard acid house music playing when this giant clown descends from the stage onto the audience and the only vocal “You are all my children now” so creepy)

Orbital: Satan
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suzi at 11:08AM, Oct. 8, 2006
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“Monsters” by The Crüxshadows. Because it's hilariously bad goth music. I … I actually really really like the band, but their earlier stuff is so damn laughably goth. Anyway, that song. yeah.
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suzi at 11:08AM, Oct. 8, 2006
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Oh, damn characters. That's “The Cruxshadows”, the U has an umlaut
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Crazy Dutchman at 1:32PM, Oct. 12, 2006
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By onigo bonigo, do you mean Oingo Boingo?
Yeah, that's the one

But that doesn't rhyme ;)
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Ian Jay at 2:58PM, Oct. 12, 2006
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Gnarles Barkley - “Boogie Monster” (duh)
The Decembrists - “The Mariner's Revenge Song” (salty sea chanties rule)
The White Stripes - “Red Rain”
The Mars Volta - “L'Via L'Viaquez”
Wolf Mother - “Witchcraft” (also duh)
Neko Case - “Dirty Knife”
Modest Mouse - “Tiny Cities Made Of Ashes”
Eels - “Cancer For The Cure” (turn this one up reeeeal loud)
And basically anything by the Dresden Dolls.

~IJ
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Jillers at 4:52PM, Oct. 12, 2006
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Monster Mash

it's not Halloween unless you hear the Monster Mash.
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Aeon at 7:41PM, Oct. 12, 2006
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This is a pretty obscure track, but it's by my fave TN band ever, Self… I think it's called “Marilyn Manson”

The chorus is basically, “Let's go trick or treating dressed up like Marilyn Manson/ snatch up all the kiddies and then hold them all for ransom.” It pretty much wins at halloween for all time.

And Ian Jay, for recommending Mars Volta, Eels, and Modest Mouse, gets the gold star for the week.
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Ian Jay at 9:02PM, Oct. 12, 2006
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Monster Mash

it's not Halloween unless you hear the Monster Mash.

Oh, well, of course. That just goes without saying.

~IJ

PS: Self? Aw, man, I've only heard one of their songs… the one where he doesn't want to go to work… but I could act like I knew them…
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Anatak at 12:30AM, Oct. 14, 2006
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Obituary: Til' Death

The most haunting, evil sounding song they've ever made in my opinion. Not to mention it's BRUTAL. :)
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Rimbaum at 7:36PM, Oct. 14, 2006
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Hmm… almost anything you can find by Seraphim Shock. They're an obscure, unsigned rock band, but they're awesome for the alternatingly haunting and scary voice of the lead singer. A few recommendations for if you find any:

After Dark
All Better
Annabell
Beyond Forever
Cradle
Flowered Mary
God of This World
Halloween, Sex 'N Vegas
Happily Ever After
Little Gothic
Perfect Life
Prey (either version will work fine, but I personally prefer the HSV version)
Relic
Rise and Resist
Shadow Realm
Shapeshifter
Some Sick Dream
Upon a Time
Welcome to Heaven



Keep in mind that the lyrics can and will be very explicit, so if you have little kids, you may not want some of them.
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Red Slayer at 10:37PM, Oct. 14, 2006
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Little kids have no place in my plans with this playlist.
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kingofsnake at 1:53PM, Oct. 15, 2006
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Yeah, they're probably not kickass like the Ghostbusters theme.
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Rimbaum at 4:14PM, Oct. 15, 2006
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Pah. <.< SS is far from shitty. Most popular unsigned act in America. Charles Edwards has an awesome voice… Check out Beyond Forever and Prey to see the contrast. Or just check out some clips of their songs at their website.


Seraphim Shock is one of my absolute favorite bands in the entire world, and I will defend them with everything I've got.
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chiyokins at 4:24PM, Oct. 15, 2006
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SS is really good! I listened to one of their songs and fell in love instantly. Honestly, they're a really great band.

If for some reason you don't agree, try checking out both discs from the Hellsing anime soundtrack. RAID and RUINS are both very good and have a lot of eerie sounding songs.
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kingofsnake at 6:49AM, Oct. 16, 2006
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http://www.bride-of-monster-mash.com/

found this today, its pretty cool, a couple cd's worth of halloween related mashups
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Red Slayer at 10:10PM, Oct. 26, 2006
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I FREAKING DID IT!
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kingofsnake at 9:11AM, Oct. 27, 2006
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just in time too

hook us up with a final tracklist!
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Rimbaum at 10:16AM, Oct. 27, 2006
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Agreed with kingofsnake. We want to see what the final product is!
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Red Slayer at 5:23PM, Oct. 27, 2006
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By request, here it is:
http://eclecticreplicant.deviantart.com/journal/10529872/
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Terminal at 9:17PM, Oct. 29, 2006
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409 items, and exactly 1 day long.

I have three days, about 4 GBs

(Not to mention Media Player hasn't added all my songs to the library yet.)
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