Ten Songs That Will Scare The Bejeezus Out of You


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Halloween is upon us, so please allow me to take the liberty to suggest the most horrifying, skin-curdling soundtrack for your party.

Below are ten ghoulish songs that will scare the pants right off you. (Note: I’ve left off Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” because a) It is too obvious and b) I really despise it.)

What songs do you think should be included?


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5 Musicians From the 90s We Wish Were Still Here

Including a musical icon such as Kurt Cobain in this article would be far too obvious. Cobain’s legend, however, casts a long shadow over the other five musicians who have been featured.

This, by no means, is a list. It’s just 5 things. I would like to see countless musicians from the 90s rise from the dead, pick up their instruments and start jamming again, and if that miraculous event should ever take place here are five guys we’d like to lead the way.



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Indie Spotlight: tvfordogs

The British alt-rock trio tvfordogs have released a trio of albums on Wampus Multimedia — Heavy Denver (2002), Roller (2005) and Starling (2008). Today, The Dogs have released their fourth record, By Chance.

tvfordogs is led by guitarist-singer-songwriter Neil Luckett, who Jason Warburg at The Daily Vault calls “a gifted songsmith.” On By Chance, “Luckett leads listeners on a memorable journey full of jangle and whimsy, exasperation and defiance.”

We had the opportunity to chat with Neil about the latest record, his favorite guitar riffs, Elvis Costello’s “Oliver’s Army” and channeling Bruce Springsteen.



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Lost Gems: “Get Together” by The Youngbloods

“Get Together” by The Youngbloods is considered by many to be a defining song of an era. So it’s hard to believe it took several releases for its full impact to be realized.

The 1960s were a time of change, and the worldwide turmoil was well documented in the music. From Barry Maguire’s “Eve Of Destruction” to Bob Dylan’s “Blowin’ In The Wind” to Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come,” every struggle the world faced became a topic for the poets who watched from the sidelines. The Vietnam War, the Cold War, Feminism and Civil Rights were all part of the musical discussion played daily on radio stations across the country.





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