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I suspect that the theme for this episode of Friday Night Is Music Night is a bit obvious by now. Contributions this week come from The Reverend Beat Man (with a charming little ditty featuring, perhaps, the most famous zombie to ever break out of a tomb), The Spectres, Girlschool, The Meteors, Bobby "Boris" Picket & The Crypt-Kickers (though not the song you were no doubt expecting), and The Krewmen.

As ever, feel free to add your own ideas in comments.
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They Won’t Stay Dead! 04

The first of tonight's Halloween offerings comes from The Guana Batz, while the second is a more metaphorical take on the subject from The Horrorpops.

Don't forget, Gentle Reader, that tomorrow night's will also be a Friday Night Is Music Night post; which would never be complete without suggestions from your good selves. For now though, I have to go. I need to exhume the body of Screamin' Lord Sutch at precisely midnight, for use in a ritual best left undescribed…
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They Won’t Stay Dead! 03

Tonight's deathly duo of Halloween-flavoured songs come from Dave Edmunds and The Kings Of Outer Space. Sleep tight, kiddiewinkses!
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They Won’t Stay Dead! 02

Tonight's offerings of Halloween horror come from Round Robin and The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing. Enjoy!
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They Won’t Stay Dead! 01

As the countdown to Halloween begins, here's the first of five nightly posts of a musical nature. Tonight's offerings are from The Spectres and Thee Flatliners.
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Okey-dokey, then. It's Halloween. Six numbers from me, of an unashamedly psychobilly bent. Feel free to add your own ghoulish examples, from any genre, in comments.
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And so to the last of this year's Halloween posts. Three songs tonight, all by bands I know next to nothing about, performing songs with a kind of schlock Hammer House Of Horror theme.

First off is Kitty In A Casket, with Bride Of The Monster. This band seem to have appeared since I sort of drifted away from the scene, so I only know them from having seem them on various YouTube videos. Good stuff, though!

And now for Bristol (UK) band, the Kings Of Outer Space, with Sugar Muffin Is A Werewolf, which I simply had to include, if only 'cause that way I get to nick the title for this post…

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