Make horrid scars and gashes.


The Munsters "The Munsters" (Decca DL 4588, 1964)

The Newest Teen-Age Singing Group! Yeah! That's right!

In honor of Mr. Al Lewis, here's an LP cash-in attempt that uses the Munsters name on a collection of teen beat/ pop music from 1964. While that could be a recipe for total crap, there are actually some okay instros here, and a few vocal numbers that almost even make it into creepsville. Sure there's no involvement from anyone on the show (in contrast to the cast album "At Home With The Munsters", shared files of which I think can still be easily found), but dammit the man needed to be paid SOME sort of tribute, right? I sincerely hope this fits the bill.

By the way, "netiquette" compels me to make note of the fact that this is the first thing I've posted that hasn't been a rip of my own (the transfer is from a much cleaner copy of the LP than mine so I went with it). Kindly do try to understand, and I promise to make mention of such things should they arise again.

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Blogger Riley said...

This is "up town", man. Thanks for sharing this one. I've been trying to get it for years.

2/07/2006 5:20 PM

Blogger Jason said...

Very cool; glad to hear it.

And hey; I've read & enjoyed your blog many time. You're the guy I'm jealous of for scoring the Moon Monster! Lucky bastard. Man do I honestly envy that find.

2/07/2006 9:57 PM

Blogger BenT said...

Yes, Thanks for sharing this! Just a couple weeks ago it got bid out of my price range on ebay.

You've shared a lot of stuff that will come in handy when I assemble the annual Halloween mixes.

2/07/2006 10:00 PM

Blogger Jason said...

I'll admit that I've only scratched the surface of my Halloween stuff, but hopefully I'll able to mix in enough other oddball junk to keep it interesting to folks who don't have the same pathetic damage as me.

2/07/2006 10:04 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Grampa died, :(

2/09/2006 3:10 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please keep the Hallowe'en audio coming. Fanatstic stuff.

I'd really love to get Tales of the Frightened vol 2.

Your list of other stuff is INSANE.

Hey my names is Jason too...


2/13/2006 12:43 AM

Blogger Stephen said...

Thanks for making all of these great albums available! I look forward to some of the stuff on your incredible Halloween list. What ever happened to Tiki Tim, anyway? He just up and disappeared!

2/13/2006 10:21 AM

Blogger Tiki-Tim said...

Tiki-Tim is still around...I had to go underground for awhile.Hopefully I'll be back in a couple months.Jason..Your
blog is GREAT...I'm a regular..

4/06/2006 8:06 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...


Is there any way you can re-upload this LP?

I downloaded it last October and burnt it to CD-R and somehow misplaced it. I came back to search for it again only to find the file has been deleted.

It'd be really great if you could put this one back up again - I'd really appreciate it!


6/04/2007 10:53 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Awesome blog you have here! I only just found this. I wanted to download the Munsters album but the link doesn't work. Any chance to correct it? :)

9/10/2007 12:54 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...


5/03/2008 11:34 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

i agree please!!!! re-post

5/20/2008 5:40 PM

Anonymous Judy said...

Do you have an idea of what this LP might be worth? I have a copy and I'm trying to find out. Thanks!

6/21/2009 3:06 PM

Blogger Dave said...

There's one on ebay right now for $389.95.

8/20/2010 11:28 PM

Blogger John MM (Mooner) said...

If you still need this go here:

11/01/2010 11:40 AM

Anonymous Rob said...

Please don't send me to Herman's place

I've been there before

Strange things start happening inside

In side his front door.

2/21/2011 10:34 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am surprised to see this on-line. I am the lead singer on this album along with my friends Bill Wild and Jim Infield.

Roger Yorke

10/27/2011 7:58 AM


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