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Thursday, October 27, 2005
If you're in desperate need of a soundtrack for a Halloween get together this weekend, you could do worse than this. It's a link to a stream put together by X-Entertainment. Along with prerequisites like "Monster Mash," there's no less than three tracks featuring Freddy Krueger.
He really got around in the '80s. The janitor turned joke-spewing mass-murderer apparently cut a track with the Fat Boys AND DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince.
Garfield the cat's immortal Halloween classic "What Should I Be?" is also in there along with the Ramones "Pet Cemetery" and a "Carmina Burana" remix filled with roughly 300 samples from '80s horror movies. If you load it into iTunes, you can even edit out the lame orchestral scores that bog down the mix. The them from "Bram Stoker's Dracula" probably doesn't encourage much in the way of dancing.