Tuesday, August 10, 2010


A few of you requested the playlist from last night's The Sound of Fear horror soundtrack night at Portland's East End. Here you go...
  • Day of the Dead 'The Dead Suite' (John Harrison)
  • The Thing 'Shape/Contamination/Bestiality' (Ennio Morricone)
  • The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 'Warning' (Tobe Hooper)
  • Black Sabbath 'The Telephone' (Les Baxter)
  • The Amityville Horror 'The Axe' (Lalo Schifrin)
  • Cannibal Holocaust 'Adulteress' Punishment' (Riz Ortolani)
  • Breakfast at Manchester Morgue 'John Dalton Street' (Giuliano Sorgini)
  • A Lizard in a Woman's Skin 'La Lucertola' (Ennio Morricone)
  • Critters 'Critter Skitter' (David Newman & John Vigran)
  • Friday the 13th Part VI 'He's Back (The Man Behind the Mask' (Alice Cooper)
  • Grizzly 'Grizzly Attack!' (Robert O. Ragland)
  • Piranha 'Dr. Hook' (Pino Donnagio)
  • Mad Max 'Flight from the Evil Toecutter' (Brian May)
  • Logan's Run 'Burn Out' (Jerry Goldsmith)
  • Maniac 'Main Title' (Jay Chattaway)
  • Bad Taste 'Coldfinger Summons the Boys' (Michelle Scullion)
  • Halloween III 'Montage' (John Carpenter)
  • The Fog 'Tommy Tells of Ghost Ships' (John Carpenter)
  • Prince of Darkness 'Main Title' (John Carpenter)
  • The Lost Man 'Main Title' (Quincy Jones)
  • The Warriors 'Main Theme' (Barry De Vorzon)
  • The Budos Band 'Budos Rising' (The Budos Band)
  • The Devil in Miss Jones 'Walk With the Devil' (Alden Shuman)
  • From Beyond 'The Resonator/Main Title' (Charles Band)
  • Alfred Hitchcock 'Music To Be Murdered By' (Jeff Alexander)
  • Martin 'Train Attack/Phased' (Donald Rubinstein)
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street 'Main Title' (Charles Bernstein)
  • The Road Warrior 'Montage/Main Title' (Brian May)
  • Piranha 'Radio Spot'
  • Halloween 'Main Title' (Italian Disco Version!)
  • The Terminator 'Tunnel Chase' (various)
  • Robocop 'Van Chase' (Basil Poledouris)
  • Recruits 'Recruit's Theme' (Thor)
  • Omen II 'Main Title' (Jerry Goldsmith)
  • Near Dark 'Caleb's Blues' (Tangerine Dream)
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street V 'Bring Your Daughter to the Slaughter' (Bruce Dickinson)
  • 2000 Maniacs 'Main Title' (Herschell Gordon Lewis)
  • She-Devils on Wheels 'Get Off The Road' (Herschell Gordon Lewis)
  • Zombie 'Main Title/Escape From the Flesh Eaters' (Lucio Fulci)
  • Less Than Zero 'In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida' (Slayer)
  • The River's Edge 'Lethal Tendencies' (Hallow's Eve)
  • The Return of the Living Dead 'Burn the Flame' (Roky Erickson)
  • Maniac Cop 'Radio Spot'
  • Exorcist II 'Magic and Ecstacy' (Ennio Morricone)
  • The Howling 'To Make You Believe' (Pino Donaggio)
  • Rosemary's Baby 'Lullaby, Part I/The Coven' (Christopher Komeda)
  • Stone 'Death Trip' (Billy Green)
  • Godzilla 'Main Title' (Akira Ifukube)
  • Cannibal Ferox 'Radio Spot/Cannibal Ferox' (Budy Maglione)
  • The Return of the Living Dead 'Take a Walk' (Tall Boys)
  • The Gates of Hell 'Irrealta Di Suoni/Apoteosi Del Mistero' (Fabio Frizzi)
  • Susperia 'Susperia' (Goblin)
  • Maniac 'Window Shopping' (Jay Chattaway)
  • The Fog (Italian Disco Version!)
  • Ghoulies II 'Scream Until You Like It' (WASP)
  • Dawn of the Dead 'The Hunt' (Goblin)
  • Stone 'Radio Spot'
  • Recruits 'Iron Hammer' (Thor)
  • Patrick 'Main Theme' (Goblin)
  • The Texas Chainsaw Massacre II 'Goo Goo Muck' (The Cramps)
  • Carrie 'Sue's Dream' (Pino Dinaggio)
  • The Warriors 'In the City' (Joe Walsh)
  • The Hunger 'Bela Lugosi's Dead' (Bauhaus)


Ryan S. said...

Thanks for an awesome night! The new issue is great btw.

Wish I had a mix tape of all those songs... (although you forgot Robert O. Ragland's epic "Grizzly Attack!". I didn't know we were writing stuff down... That and "Critter Skitter" were the cuts that really got people out on the dance floor!

Dennis Dread said...

Thanks for catching that glaring omission! It has been corrected. GRIZZLY ATTACK!

Lucio H. said...

What a GREAT playlist! I wish I was there. You should fly out to DJ our Halloween party this year! I'll see if there's any money in the Charnel House Press/Hungry End Productions' budget for a first class ticket ...

Lucio H. said...

Is there a digital version of this list? I know I saw vinyl from the photos at the party ...

Invisible Oranges said...

Now *that's* a music collection. Respect!

Anonymous said...

downloaded the tape version...are the radio spots on there???

Dennis Dread said...

Anonymous: You're probably referring to the 3 part series of mixed tapes I created for Mississippi Records. Those tapes were an offshoot of the records I spin at local bars. The idea was to make a wealth of relatively obscure soundtrack music available (inexpensively) for people who may not have had much previous exposure. The tapes are different from this set list but they do have some common tracks. No radio spots on the tapes. Hmm, maybe if I do a part 4 I'll throw in some radio spots...