Playlist: The Wall of Sound – Season 5: Episode #98 (1) “High Five Halloween”

The Postman intro: The Postman sings a bit of “In the Midnight Hour”

The Postman over “China Cat Sunflower” by The Grateful Dead from Europe ’72 (1972)

Dialogue: Edie McClurg as “Grace” and Jeffrey Jones as “Ed Rooney” from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) by John Hughes

“Forever Goldrush” by Grub Dog from Amazing Sweethearts (1998)

“Doctor Who” by Dominic Glynn from

Forever Knight (1992-1996) main title sequence by Fred Mollin (music) and Nigel Bennett (narration) as vampire “Lucius LaCroix”

“Temptation” by The Tea Party from Transmission (1997)

“Dragula” by Rob Zombie from Hellbilly Deluxe (1998)

“Dreadmon Boogaloo” by ZZ Top from XXX (1999)

“Bela Lugosi’s Dead” by Bauhaus from

“Do the Bat” by The Groovie Ghoulies from Monster Club (200_)

Friday the 13th: The Series pre-Main Titles premise / set-up by Fred Mollin (music) and Percy Rodriguez (1918-2007) (narration)



“What a Wonderful Thing Humanity Is” by Nigel Bennett as vampire “Lucius LaCroix” aka “The Nightcrawler” from the Forever knight: Original Television Soundtrack (1996)

Note: LaCroix‘s dialogue ends with “…Delicious.”

“Wolf Girl” by The Groovie Ghoulies from 99 Lives (2007)

“Dire Wolf” by The Grateful Dead from Workingman’s Dead (1970)

“Werewolves of London” by Warren Zevon from Excitable Boy (1978)

“Bark at the Moon” by Ozzy Osbourne from Bark at the Moon (1983)

“Humanity” by Nigel Bennett as vampire “Lucien LaCroix” aka radio DJ “The Nightcrawler” from Forever Knight: More Music from the Original Television Soundtrack (1999)

Note: LaCroix‘s dialogue ends with “…Blood.”

“(She’s) My Vampire Girl” by The Groovie Ghoulies from Go! Stories (200_)

“The Biggest Boobs of 1983: Kiss” by Elvira, Mistress of the Dark from VH-1‘s I Love the ’80s in 3-D () episode #4 ()

“Creatures of the Night” by KISS from Creatures of the Night (1982)

The Postman Howl / laughter time-filler

“Dead Man’s Party” by Oingo Boingo from Dead Man’s Party (1985)

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“Salsa Shark” by Jeff Anderson as “Randal Graves” in Clerks (1994)

Jaws 19 (parody movie preview trailer from Universal Pictures for the October 21, 2015 celebration of the 1989 sequel film Back to the Future Part II)

Vincent Price LOL from “Thriller”

“Thriller (Stephen Gilman PHD mix)” by Michael Jackson

Note: Youtuber Stephen Gilman created this remix by combining parts of the album version, remixed short version, instrumental version and parts of the “Thriller” voice-over sessions (which includes the extra spoken part by Vincent Price). Can you dig it? *LOL*

“Horror Show” by Third Eye Blind from How’s It Going to Be / Horror Show single (1997)

Notes: This is a semi-cover of Lou Reed‘s (1942-2013) song “Heroin” , which he wrote in 1964 and appeared on the Velvet Underground album The Velvet Underground & Nico (1967). Third Eye Blind performed the music in a much faster speed with new and unrelated lyrics. Although Third Eye Blind has also covered “Heroin” with the original lyrics, the new lyric version, “Horror Show”, was originally intended for the film soundtrack for the horror film Scream 2 (1998). “Horror Show” was originally a non-album B-Side on  How’s It Going To Be (1997) and Graduate (1998) and was part of the film soundtrack album Varsity Blues: Music From & Inspired by The Motion Picture (1999).

“Nature Trail to Hell” by “Weird Al” Yankovic from “Weird Al” in 3-D (1983)

“Got You Where I Want You ()” by The Flys

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Vincent Price LOL from “Thriller”


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“Witchy Woman” by The Eagles from The Eagles (1972)

“Crimson Witch” by The Moving Sidewalks from Flash (1968)


“Season of the Witch” by Donovan from Sunshine Superman (1966)

“Feed My Frankenstein” by Alice Cooper from Hey Stoopid! (1992)


“Deviltown” by The Groovie Ghoulies (covering Daniel Johnston) from Monster Club (200_)

Notes: The much slower and haunting original version of “Devil Town” by Daniel Johnston is from the album 1990 (1990). “Devil Town” was covered by Bright Eyes and a second time by actor/singer/songwriter/producer Tony Lucca, both performances appeared in “State”, the Season 1 (2006-2007) finale episode of the Television series Friday Night Lights (Season 1, episode #22). The Tony Lucca version was released on the Friday Night Lights Original Television Soundtrack (2007). Incidentally, Daniel Johnston was born in Sacramento, California, but grew up in West Virginia before moving to Austin, Texas. Johnston‘s artwork has been showcased in Sacramento (and elsewhere).

“Friend of the Devil” by The Grateful Dead from American Beauty (1970)

“The Twilight Zone ’85 Main Title” by The Grateful Dead and Merl Saunders from The Twilight Zone – Vol. One ()

“Dark Star” (1966 single version) by The Grateful Dead from the compilation album What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been (1977)


“The Twilight Zone ’85 End Title” by The Grateful Dead and Merl Saunders from The Twilight Zone – Vol. One ()

“Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!” composed by David Mook and Ben Raleigh (1913-1997)

“And We Bid You Goodnight” by The Grateful Dead from Live/Dead (1969)