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It's almost Halloween! How about posting all your favorite Halloween songs? "And now with your permission...I'm going to do my stuff..."


Maybe we should start with a classic.
https://youtu.be/vNuVifA7DSU



And finding that, I saw there's now a modern sequel that I think is pretty well done.




"In this town...we call home...everyone hail to the Pumpkin Song!"
A Tim Burton masterpiece.





These people really got it right! Especially the woman on the left. I've never heard of Broken Peach, but they are awesome.




We better not leave out Oogie-Boogie...or he might come get us.




Isn't there another movie that's really big around Halloween? Hmmm...




Of course to get there, it's just a jump to the left...




And isn't it soooo embarrassing when your meatloaf comes out of the freezer and starts singing and playing the sax?




Here's one you may have heard.




Who's into rockabilly?




Disco?




White Zombie did it better if you ask me. But then, with "zombie" in your band name, whaddya expect?




By now the only question is, "Who you gonna call?"




What do you like?
 
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I was one of the weirdos in the front row for years! Dressed incredibly inappropriately.... :D
I haven't seen any RHPC clips in years, thank you!!
 
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Pearl Sutton wrote:I was one of the weirdos in the front row for years! Dressed incredibly inappropriately.... :D
I haven't seen any RHPC clips in years, thank you!!



"F--- the front row, they're cheaper!"  Hahahahahaha. Why am I not surprised you where there? We had the best venue at my little local college town in a small, old theater on campus rarely used for anything else. Then they moved it to a large open room with metal chairs and a projector screen like some seminar or conference. People just sat there and watched the movie and seemed offended when people yelled stuff at the movie. Sigh.
 
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SAY IT!!!
 
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Rob, I haven't heard the Wierd Al one in years! I had that on cassette! Love it. I just saw the other day he did "Africa" with Weezer. But he did the actual song, seriously (except for his dancing). It was wierd.
 
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Halloween in Tijuana!! Don't know how in the hell I got there, without a disguise...




We saw a live production of Rocky Horror on stage once, we showed up dressed, the cast stopped the show to tell us not to yell stuff, but then they invited us up on stage to dance at the end :D
 
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Jordan Holland wrote:Rob, I haven't heard the Wierd Al one in years! I had that on cassette! Love it. I just saw the other day he did "Africa" with Weezer. But he did the actual song, seriously (except for his dancing). It was wierd.



I saw that!  It was surreal and the "dancing..." well what can you say?  It's Al.  

I made him laugh one time backstage at a show, which is one of my crowning achievements.  Not a hehe but a full on laugh, breaking character.  Here's a pic right after it happened.

 
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Rob Lineberger wrote:SAY IT!!!

Hahahah!

"We don't care where you........as long as you clean it up!" Hahaha!

We need a thread on Rocky Horror responses, but almost all of them are too bad to post!
 
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Rob Lineberger wrote:

Jordan Holland wrote:Rob, I haven't heard the Wierd Al one in years! I had that on cassette! Love it. I just saw the other day he did "Africa" with Weezer. But he did the actual song, seriously (except for his dancing). It was wierd.



I saw that!  It was surreal and the "dancing..." well what can you say?  It's Al.  

I made him laugh one time backstage at a show, which is one of my crowning achievements.  Not a hehe but a full on laugh, breaking character.  Here's a pic right after it happened.



That's awesome! He's really cool. It's cool that he got famous doing his thing, and being such a nice guy.
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