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Artist Song Album Label Comments
The Gothic Archies The World Is A Very Scary Place The Tragic Treasury: Songs From A Series Of Unfortunate Events
The Residents Phantom The Commercial Album Ralph Records 1980
Magma Zombies Udu Wudu Seventh Records 1976
Zombi Surface To Air Surface To Air Relapse Records 2006; 2nd full length; A.E. Paterra & Steve Moore; inspired by the synth-prog band Goblin
Art Bears The Winter Wheel Winter Songs Recommended Records 1979; 2nd album
The Residents Denial: Betty's Body Demons Dance Alone Ralph 2002
Gene Moore / Candace Hilligoss I Don?t Know What?s Real Anymore Carnival of Souls 1962 B-horror film directed by Herk Harvey; sound clip of star Candace Hilligoss; Written by Herk Harvey. Demented church organ score by Gene Moore
Buckethead Night of the Slunk Monsters & Robots Higher Octave 1999; 5th studio album. Mostly co-written by Les Claypool
Tuxedomoon Pinheads On The Move Pinheads On The Move
John Zacherle Coolest Little Monster These Goulish Things
Bo Diddley Bo Meets The Monster Willie and Lillie / Bo Meets The Monster 7" Checker 1958; AKA: Ellas Otha Bates
Bobby Please and The Pleasers The Monster These Goulish Things
Screamin' Jay Hawkins I Put a Spell on You At Home with Screamin' Jay Hawkins Okeh Records 1958
Larry Williams Heeby Jeebies Love Charms / Heeby Jeebies 7" Specialty Records 1956; New Orleans
Ghoul a Go Go Whale Mummy! Phantom Speaker
Lavern Baker Voodoo ,Voodoo Hey, Memphis / Voodoo Voodoo 7" Atlantic 1961
Jesse Hill Ooh Poo Pah Doo Pt.1 Great Googa Mooga Norton New Orleans
The Rivingtons Mama Oom Mow Mow (The Bird) Doin' The Bird 1962; The group members were: lead vocalist Carl White (died January 7, 1980), tenor Al Frazier (died November 13, 2005), baritone Sonny Harris, and bass singer Turner "Rocky" Wilson Jr.
Screamin' Jay Hawkins Little Demon At Home with Screamin' Jay Hawkins Okeh Records 1958
Tom and Jerrio Great Googa Mooga Great Googa Mooga It's PHILLY TIME!!!
The Falcons Du-Bi-A-Do Flip Doo-Wop Ace Records
Bill Doggett Monster Party Monster Party 7" King Records 1959; PHILLY!
The Ran-Dells The Martian Hop The Martian Hop 7" 1963; NEW JERSEY; the Ran-Dells have been recognized for innovative and pioneering use of a sine wave generator (a first for the pop music genre)According to a post by Mark Frauenfelder on the blog Boing Boing, the song is the product of impromptu beach jam sessions of Ran-Dell band members Robert Lawrence, Steven Rappaport, and John Spirt. The song, which tells of Martians throwing a dance party for "all the human race,"[1] is the product of the three band members joking around in John Spirt's living room at his residence in Wildwood, New Jersey.[2]
The Ventures Wack Wack Guitar Freakout
The Magics Zombie Walk Zombie Walk / Henry Lee 7" Bell 1964
The Spider The Spider Coming Closer The Spider Coming Closer
The Cramps Human Fly Gravest Hits Illegal/I.R.S. 1978
The Sonics Psycho Rockabilly Psychosis & The Garage Disease
Sparkle Moore Killer Good Girls Gone Bad
Cramps Zombie Dance Songs The Lord Taught Us I.R.S. Records 1980
Screamin' Jay Hawkins Alligator Wine Cow Fingers & Mosquito Pie
Exuma Exuma Obeah Man Exuma Mercury 1970
Sparks Eaten By The Monster Of Love Angst In My Pants 1982
The Gothic Archies Walking My Gargoyle The Tragic Treasury: Songs From A Series Of Unfortunate Events
Roky Erickson & The Aliens Stand For The Fire Demon The Evil One "The Spirit says "BOO" and the paper BURSTS INTO FLAME!"
Cody Chesnutt Boils Plague Songs