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Artist Song Album Label Comments
Wire Strange Pink Flag Harvest 1977; Debut
Scout Niblett Hot to Death Kidnapped By Neptune Too Pure 2005; 3rd album
The Gothic Archies It's Useless to Struggle The New Despair 1997
Katamari Misterioso We Love Katamari
Screamin' Jay Hawkins I Put a Spell On You I Put a Spell On You / Little Demon 7" Okeh Records 1956
Larry Williams Heebie Jeebies Great Googa Mooga Norton
Ralph Nielsen Scream Back From the Grave
The Sonics Psycho Here Are The Sonics!!! Etiquette 1964
Sparkle Moore Killer Killer / Tiger Fraternity 1957; Born Barbara Morgan in 1939 in Omaha, Nebraska, she was an American rockabilly singer, who recorded only a few songs during her career, but was 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; Debut
Roky Erickson STAND for the Fire Demon The Evil One 415 Records 1981; "The spirit says "BOO" and the paper bursts into flame!"
Cody Chesnutt Boils Plague Songs 4AD 2006; commissioned by the British arts organisation Artangel for its project The Margate Exodus, which centers on a one-day event that took place in Margate on 30 September 2006, about the ten Plagues of Egypt described in the Book of Exodus. Featuring Laurie Anderson, King Creosote, Robert Wyatt, Stephin Merritt,
The Cramps Human Fly Gravest Hits EP Illegal/I.R.S. 1979 (produced by Alex Chilton)
Buckethead Night of the Slunk Monsters & Robots Higher Octave 1999
The Magics The Zombie Walk The Zombie Walk / Henry Lee 7" Bell Records 1964
The Gothic Archies The City of the Damned The New Despair 1997
Shonen Knife Boogie Monster Heavy Songs Confidential Recordings 2002; Japanese pop punk band formed in Osaka in 1981
Stephin Merritt The Meaning of Lice Plague Songs 4AD 2006
Bill Doggett Monster Party These Ghoulish Things
Bobby Please & The Pleasers The Monster The Monster / The Switch ? Jamie Records 1959; No, NO...FRANKENSTEIN
Sparks Eaten By the Monster of Love Angst in My Pants Atlantic 1982; 11th studio album
Nina Simone A Monster Nina Simone Gimme Some Philips 1965
John Zacherle The Coolest Little Monster Zacherle's Monster Gallery Crestview Records 1963; "ZACHERLE FOR PRESIDENT"!!!
Bo Diddley Bo Meets the Monster Bo Meets The Monster / Willie And Lillie Checker 1956
Roky Erickson Don't Shake Me Lucifer The Evil One
Virgil Holmes Ghost Train Ghost Train / Walkin' Alone Atlantic 1961
Donovan Season of the Witch Sunshine Superman Epic 1966; 3rd studio album; Although originally written and recorded by Donovan, a version by The Pandamonium was released in the United Kingdom as a single in November 1966.
Roky Erickson I Walked with a Zombie The Evil One 415 Records 1981
The Gothic Archies In the Reptile Room The Tragic Treasury Nonesuch
Goblin Zombi Zombi Soundtrack Cinevox 1978; Recorded for the Italian horror director Dario Argento's film "Zombi"
Ruins Graviyaunosch Symphonica Tzadik 1998; Japanese Magma-influenced Zeuhl prog by leader/drummer/composer Tatsuya Yoshida, who sings in an invented language
Magma Nono ATTAHK! Tomato 1978
Zombi Digitalis Surface to Air Relapse Records 2006; Name inspired by Dario Argento horror film for which Italian minimalist horror-prog band Goblin wrote the soundtrack
D.A.F. Der Mussolini Alles Ist Gut Virgin 1981; 3rd album; German electro-punk; Stands for "Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft," which means " German American friendship"
The Residents Phantom The Commercial Album Ralph 1980
The Gothic Archies Freakshow The Tragic Treasury Nonesuch
Screamin' Jay Hawkins Little Demon I Put a Spell On You / Little Demon 7" Okeh 1956
Exuma Exuma, The Obeah Man Exuma Barclay 1970; Macfarlane Gregory Anthony Mackey, who recorded as Exuma, was a Bahamian musician, known for his almost unclassifiable music: a strong mixture of carnival, junkanoo, calypso and ballad. His lyrics dealt heavily with Obeah, a term in the West Indies that refers to to sorcery and religious practices developed among enslaved Africans of Igbo origin
Arthur Brown Fire The Crazy World of Arthur Brown Track 1968
Screamin' Jay Hawkins There's Something Wrong With You At Home With Screamin' Jay Okeh 1958
John Carpenter Assault On Precinct 13 Assault On Precinct 13
The Tiger Lillies Pretty Soon From the Brothel to the Cemetery 1998; tongue in cheek death-obsessed caberet