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Disc 1

1. Jack The Ripper - Link Wray & His Ray Men
2. Moonlight Party - The Beau-Marks
3. Satan’s Theme - The Rondels
4. Race With The Devil - Gene Vincent
5. Werewolf - The Frantics
6. Scream - Ralph Nielsen & The Chancellors
7. You Can Get Him - Frankenstein The Castle Kings
8. Swamp Gal - Tommy Bell
9. Centipede - Lew Williams
10. The Purple People Eater - Sheb Wooley
11. Clap Trap - The Vampires
12. Bloodshot - The String Kings
13. Wombie Zombie - Billy Taylor And The Tear Drops
14. Strollin’ After Dark - The Shades
15. Midnight Monsters Hop - Jack & Jim
16. Petrified - Ronnie Self
17. Rockin’ Bones - Ronnie Dawson
18. Madness - The Rhythm Rockers
19. Black Cat - Tommy Collins
20. The Black Widow - Link Wray & His Ray Men

Disc 2

1. Rockin’ In The Graveyeard - Jackie Morningstar
2. I Put A Spell On You Screamin’ - Jay Hawkins
3. Switchblade - Ron Thompson
4. She’s My Witch - Kip Tyler
5. Night Of The Vampire - The Moontrekkers
6. Take Me From This Garden Of Evil - Jimmy Wages
7. Were Wolf - Carl Bonafede
8. Rumble - Link Wray & His Ray Men
9. Dance Me To Death - The Hi-Liters
10. Little Demon - Ralph Nielsen & The Chancellors
11. Nightmare - Scottie Stuart
12. Hot Rock - Johnny Carroll & His Hot Rocks
13. Pretty Bad Blues - Ronnie Self
14. Homicide - Myron Lee And The Caddies
15. Stampede - The Scarlets
16. Sinners - Freddie & The Hitch Hikers
17. (Ghost) Riders In The Sky - The Ramrods
18. Snake Eyed Mama - Don Cole
19. The Cat - Rod Willis
20. ‘Til The Following Night Screamin’ - Lord Sutch

Rockabilly From Hell

Artist VARIOUS ARTISTS

Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD745

Bar-Code 5060143497452

Availability: In stock

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Most of us love to be scared and back in the 1950s, horror and the rock and roll beat was an irresistible combination. Bands took their names from the fiendish creatures up on the big screen and their inspiration from what was going on in the films themselves. Vampires, lycanthropes, zombies, demons had the kids literally jumping out of their seats in fear and were of course perfect subject matter for songs. Here is a selection of primal, raw, often humorous numbers from the first time around, now all consigned to rockabilly hell that deserve to be re-heard and rediscovered. They won’t just have your toes a-tapping, they’ll also make your knees go weak and send a tingle right down your backbone!

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