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Artist Song Album Label Comments
John Zacherle Coolest Little Monster These Goulish Things 1960; PHILADELPHIA Horror TV show host of the 50s & 60s. Shock Theater on WCAU-TV (1957-58) & Zacherley at Large (1959-60) on WABC-TV (1958-60); From Germantown neighborhood of Philly
Bo Diddley Bo Meets The Monster These Goulish Things 1958
Bobby Please & The Pleasers The Monster The Monster 1959
Sparks Eaten By The Monster Of Love Angst In My Pants 1982
Screamin' Jay Hawkins I Put a Spell on You At Home With Screamin' Jay Okeh 1958
Larry Wiliiams Heeby Jeebies Great Googa Mooga Norton
Whale Mummy He's a Whale Mummy! Phantom Speaker
Tarzan Tarzan! Phantom Speaker
Lavern Baker Voodoo ,Voodoo Great Googa Mooga Norton
Jesse Hill Ooh Poo Pah Doo Pt.1 Ooh Poo Pah Doo
The Rivingtons Mama Oom Mow Mow (The Bird) Doin' the Bird 1962
Screamin' Jay Hawkins Little Demon Cow Fingers & Mosquito Pie
Tom And Jerrio Great Googa Mooga Great Googa Mooga Norton P-H-I-L-L-Y It's PHILLY TIME!
The Falcons Du-Bi-A-Do The Falcons
Bill Doggett Monster Party Monster Party PHILLY ARTIST. American jazz and rhythm and blues pianist and organist. He is best known for his compositions "Honky Tonk" and "Hippy Dippy", and variously working with the Ink Spots, Johnny Otis, Wynonie Harris, Ella Fitzgerald, and Louis Jordan.
The Ran-Dells The Martian Hop The Martian Hop / Forgive Me Darling (I Have Lied) 7" Bell Sound Studios 1963; NEW JERSEY- from Villas, New Jersey. In 1963 their song "Martian Hop" peaked at #27 on the US Billboard black singles chart
The Ventures Wack Wack Guitar Freakout! Dolton 1967
The Magics Zombie Walk Zombie Walk / Henry Lee Bell Records 1964
Bobby "Boris" Pickett And The Crypt-Kickers Monster Mash The Original Monster Mash Garpax Records 1962
The Spider The Spider Coming Closer The Fly
The Cramps Human Fly The Gravest Hits Illegal/I.R.S. 1979
The Sonics Psycho Here Are The Sonics!!! Etiquette 1965; Debut
Sparkle Moore Killer Killer / Tiger Fraternity 1957; Born Barbara Morgan in 1939 in Omaha, Nebraska) is a rockabilly singer, who recorded only a few songs during her career, but was highly influential as a pioneer of female rockabilly. Her name was earned because of her similarity to Sparkle, a supporting character in the Dick Tracy comic strip. Sparkle dressed in men's clothing, often including leather, and sported an Elvis-influenced pompadour.
The Cramps Zombie Dance Songs The Lord Taught Us I.R.S. 1980
Screamin' Jay Hawkins Alligator Wine At Home with Screamin' Jay Hawkins Okeh 1958
Exuma Exuma Obeah Man Exuma Mercury 1970; Bahamian musician, known for his almost unclassifiable music: a strong mixture of carnival, junkanoo, calypso and ballad
Gene Moore I Don?t Know What?s Real Anymore Carnival of Souls 1962 American independent horror film starring Candace Hilligoss directed by Herk Harvey and made for a paltry budget of $33,000; Herk Harvey plays the wordless "The Man" ghoulish character who appears throughout the film and looks a bit like Michael Myers
Buckethead Night of the Slunk Monsters & Robots CyberOctave 1999
Tuxedomoon Pinheads on the Move Pinheads on the Move 1987
The Residents Phantom The Commercial Album Ralph Records 1980
Tom Waits Carnival The Black Rider
Billie Holiday Ghost of Yesterday Lady Day's 25 Greatest 1933-1944 MCA
The Gothic Archies Walking My Gargoyle The Tragic Treasury: Songs From A Series Of Unfortunate Events Nonesuch 2006
The Octopus Project Ghost Moves Hello, Avalanche Peek-A-Boo Records 2007
Tigerlillies Pretty Soon The Brothel To The Cemetery