Make horrid scars and gashes.

9.07.2006

Milton DeLugg (The Vampires) "At The Monster Ball" (United Artists, UAL-3378, 1964)

This is some great 60's novelty R'n'B/ Surf Instro style music (the guitar tone on "The Four Monsters" sounds like Nokie Edwards!) with vocal snippets throughout each song centered around various classic monster themes (lots of Bela Lugosi & Peter Lorrie impersonations, natch). Every tune was composed by pop heavyweight Milton DeLugg (w/ aid from orchestrator George Brackman), and while they're technically more "advanced" compositions, are totally recommended for fans of the Frankie Stein & His Ghouls series. I'm also pretty sure this fellow has made the rounds on the ol' internet before so hopefully I'm not stepping on any toes here, this rip is from a cd-r so my sourcing info is limited.


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11 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks

9/07/2006 4:14 PM

 
Blogger Dr.Terror said...

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9/07/2006 8:55 PM

 
Blogger Dr.Terror said...

I have a 192 copy of this if you'd like?

Great album btw.

9/07/2006 8:56 PM

 
Blogger Jason said...

Yeah, that'd be swell, sir! I'll just replace this zip w/ that once you slide it over if that's cool.

And hey! What became of yer blog? I was going to link to it within this post 'cause of the "Music for Monsters, Munsters, Mummies and other TV Fiends" file you had, but now it's like the whole thing never existed.

9/07/2006 10:27 PM

 
Blogger Kirk D. said...

Hey Jason, thanks for the comments (which I just noticed) on the "secret fun blog." So.. two questions..

Did your S.S. Adams book arrive yet? (If not I can stir things up at Adams HQ!)

Are you a ventriloquist yet?

Thanks again for your awesome blog.
The "Terror" LP post was another dream come true.
Sorry to have leached so much without leaving so much as one comment!

9/11/2006 1:04 PM

 
Blogger Jason said...

The book arrived and it's FANTASTIC. I had no idea you'd been given access to so much original art & packaging -- really a great job (as a direct result I have a million imaginary future projects in my head for you to do). Everyone should try & snag a copy here. For reals.

I've actually listened to the entire ventriloquism LP three times and yet everyone still sees me moving my mouth, I don't know what my problem it.

9/11/2006 1:09 PM

 
Blogger Dr.Terror said...

Jason, I sent you an email with the link for the 192 copy.

I took the stuff down becasue I figured others could give those recordings better treatment than me.

I'll have stuff up again soon.

9/11/2006 2:47 PM

 
Blogger Kirk D. said...

I'm happy (and relieved) to hear that you like the Adams book! Thanks so much for your encouraging words and for the plug. Ha! I'll bet you have some excellent imaginary book concepts up your sleeve.

Stay on the ventriloquism. It may take two or three hundred listens, but you'll get it. :)

(Sorry for the off topic posts)

9/12/2006 2:10 PM

 
Blogger PHANTOM7Z said...

ENIGMA!!???!!!THE GREAT ENIGMA IS USSR "CARLSSON" TOON BASED BY NOVELTY OF ASTRID LINDGREN CARLSSON IS A CHILDISH HERO WHO IS FLYIN' COZ OF SMALL PROPELLER AT HIS BACK ! & HE CATCHES 2 CRIMINALS UNDER WHITE BEDSHEET AS A GHOST !!& THE SOUNDTRACK IS KINDA BEAT FLAVORED=DANCE MAKABRE =TUNE!! PROBABLY UNKNOWN 60'S 45!!-SO WHO PERFOM SUCH KILLER INSTRO!!!??

3/25/2007 8:54 AM

 
Anonymous az1805@pochta.ru said...

give me plice
Milton DeLugg (The Vampires) "At The Monster Ball" (United Artists, UAL-3378, 1964)"

az1805@pochta.ru

11/16/2008 3:06 PM

 
Anonymous FearfulOne said...

Is there any way to get a link to this wonderful album and many others? I would be soooo greatful!

Thanks.

12/21/2009 7:16 PM

 

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