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Getting Into the Spirit: Day 14 - Halloween Music Pt. 3

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Getting Into the Spirit: Day 14 - Halloween Music Pt. 3

Jordan Duncan

Jordan here once again with your dose of Getting Into the Spirit! Today we are revisiting music! The first music post was jazz, the second was rock n roll/novelty songs, and the third, today's post, will be a cross over between two genres that are no strangers to each other: Garage rock and punk rock. During the decades of the 1960s - 1980s, there were many bands who wrote songs on spooky topics. The majority of these bands weren't necessarily trying to be Halloween or spooky centric (Screamin' Lord Such, The Sonics), but certain songs they wrote/recorded made that crossover. Later in the 70s and 80s, we see some bands take on the full horror persona (The Misfits, The Cramps, The Fuzztones - some of whom covered songs from 60s garage bands). Either way, these songs definitely get this Jordan Ghastly into the Halloween spirit! I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

- Jordan