Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Halloween Party

LD Monster Halloween
Luis Diaz
"For the Miami New Times Newspaper"
Medium: Digital
Posted 04-13-08

It is that time of the year again when my friend Candy and I plan our annual Halloween/Rainman's 19th Birthday Party! Planning a party of this magnitude takes at least a month to get all the decorations, food, drinks and door prizes complete.

Candy and I could use your help (Lyndon?) with the Halloween themed music for the party. This is what we have so far;

  • Li'l Red Riding Hood by Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs
  • Halloween Theme by John Carpenter
  • The Devil Went Down to Georgia by Charlie Daniels
  • Riboflavin by .45 Grave
  • Go-Go to the Graveyard by The Deadlines
  • Monster Mash by Bobby "Boris" Pickett
  • Strange Brew by Cream
  • Evil Ways by Santana
  • The Purple People Eater by Sheb Wooley
  • Psycho Killer by Talking Heads
  • Feed My Frankenstein by Alice Cooper
  • Watery Grave by Frank Petruccelli
  • Frankenstein by Edgar White
  • Bo Meets the Monster by Bo Diddley
  • Shout at the Devil by Motley Crue
  • It's Coming to Get You by Hit Crew
  • (Don't Fear) The Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult
  • Horror Movies by The Bollock Brothers
  • Freaks Come Out at Night by Whodini
  • The Witch Queen of New Orleans by Redbone
  • Hell by Squirrel Nut Zippers
  • Runnin' with the Devil by Van Halen
  • Coolest Little Monster by John Zacherley
  • Season of the Witch by Donovan
  • Friday The 13th by 101 Strings Orchestra
  • Graveyard by The Devil Makes Three
  • Thriller by Michael Jackson
  • Cry Little Sister by Gerard McMann

I would appreciate any suggestions that you may have to add to this list. Thank you!

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N Posted by Rain at 10/14/2008 12:32:00 PM


  • Anonymous Samantha posted at 4:31 PM  
    I am so looking forward to this party...

    How about Black Magic Woman by Santana?


  • Anonymous pirate posted at 9:57 PM  
    I just want dance with you lady

  • Blogger Walker posted at 2:02 PM  
    Hmm I got to look at my IPOD, I am one of those people that has music for every holiday.
    How about Twilight Zone by Golden Earing or Abracadabra by The Steve Miller band.
    Marilyn Manson put remade I put a spell on you.
    Hell just put a poster of him up and that should be enough to make people's feet move.
  • Blogger Damiel posted at 3:53 PM  
    I luuurve the Monster Mash with the 'waouuuuuu' stuff

    ahem ...

    How about :

    Ghost town - The Specials ?

    Sympathy for the devil - The stones !?!

    Goblin girl - Franck Zappa !!!!
    Sorry, it might be a bit misplaced that one ;@)
  • Blogger Lyndon posted at 8:48 PM  
    Hey, Rain just read your post! I'll re-post your question on my site and see what my readers come up with.

    When do you need the music by?
  • Blogger Rain posted at 10:33 PM  
    Samantha~ I am looking forward to seeing your costume, you sexy thang! Black Magic Woman is on the list.

    Pirate~ You know I always have room for you on my dance card.

    Walker~ Wow, those bands bring up wonderful memories for me :) Thank you, they will be added to the list!

    Damiel~ Thank you :) I can't believe I forgot those songs!

    Lyndon~ You are such a sweetie! I need the complete list for the DJ by the 25th of October, and the party will be held on Halloween. ((hugs))
  • Blogger Hale McKay posted at 7:23 AM  
    That's a pretty extensive list as it is.

    How about "Werewolves of London."

    There was an oldie - not sure of the title, "Haunted House," maybe - where the singer moves into a house haunted by a nasty ghost.

    The ghost in a bass voice says, "You better be gone when the morning comes." He drinks hot grease out of a pan.

    Then there's "Lori" ? - The guy let the girl use his sweater and walks her home. Forgetting the sweater he goes back and rings the doorbell - only to learn Lori had died a year ago. He goes to graveyard and finds his sweater lying on the grave.

    Oh well, my mind returned to normal - blank.

    Good luck with the party.
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