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[archive: Halloween Special, 10.26.11]

1) Ric Royer and G Lucas Crane, “Welcome to the Dark Cabinet,” Welcome to the Dark Cabinet (ehse records)
2) Ennio Morricone, “The Bird with the Crystal Plumage,” The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (CERBERUS)
2) Tangerine Dream, “Main Title,” Sorcerer OST (MCA)
3) Goblin, “Suspiria-Orginale,” Suspiria OST (Cinevox Records)
4) Hector Berlioz, “Symphonie Fantastique,” The Shining OST (Warner Bros.)
5) Howard Shore, “Welcome to Videodrome,” Videodrome OST (Varese Sarabande)
6) Mike Oldfield, “Part One,” Tubular Bells (Virgin)
7) David Lynch, “Crazy Clown Time,” (Sunday Best)

8) Sleep Terror Disorder,” Soundtrack to the DSM-IV (Output:NOISE)
9) Lee Rosevere, “Trick or Treat”/Ric Royer and G Lucas Crane, “Man with One Eye and a Hook for a Hand”/Ghostly Sounds, “The Ghosts from Outer Space” (live mix)
10) Mater Suspiria Vision, “Das Haus der Hexe,” Inverted Triangle (Clan Destine/Phantasma Disques)
11) Salem, “Killing Time,” King Knight (IAM Sound)
12) Atlas Sound, “Ghost Story,” Let the Blind Lead Those Who can See But Cannot Feel (Kranky)
13) Moon Duo, “Killing Time,” Killing Time EP (Sacred Bones)
14) The Harmonites, “Ghost Rock,” Resonance
15) Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, “Fright Night (Nevermore),” Before Today (4AD)
16) Radiohead, “Give up the Ghost (Brokenchord RMX),” TKOL Remixes 1234567 (XL Recordings)
17) Wired We Were, “Burial Train”

[preview 10.26.11: Halloween Special]

Tune in for The Upstate Soundscape’s Halloween special tonight at 10pm on 91.3FM WBNY. We’ll sample some classic horror film soundtracks/scores in the experimental vein from the likes of ’70s Italian prog band Goblin, the master film scorer (and also Italian) Ennio Morricone, and German synth-act Tangerine Dream. Plenty of other stuff lined up that I am sure you horror soundtrack fans will appreciate.

We’ll also hear “Crazy Clown Time,” a new track from an American film director who is no stranger to the weird and macabre, David Lynch. The Blue Velvet auteur has an album coming out in November.

Witch House poster children, Salem

And of course, being its Halloween and all, we’ll take a spin through the creepiest sub-genre to come along in some time, Witch House. Prepare for some Salem and a special tribute to ’70s Euro Horror by Mater Suspiria Vision.