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Monster Mash

WARNING: This is NOT the original. Although Bobby (or the ghost of "Boris") does an fine re-recording, it is not as it was in the day. I guess they do this re-recording thing to generate new income or the original master tapes were lost...whatever, I dislike the redo's. It does sound like they did find and used the original backing tapes (instruments, labratory boiling over effects and chorus). Actually, if you were not real keen on inflections in the original you probably will swear it was the original...it is NOT.

WOW!

It's just like the original song! I love it! This song actually sounds better than the original! I would download but i can't, so i will next week!

o.k.

Not too shabby.

Biography

Born: February 11, 1940 in Georgetown, TX

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s

Pickett is, of course, the man doing the Boris Karloff impression on the Halloween hit "Monster Mash." He moved to L.A. in 1961 following his discharge from the army, hoping to become an actor. He joined a singing group called The Cordials, and after perfecting his Karloff voice, co-wrote "Monster Mash" with Cordials member Leonard Capizzi to take advantage of the Mashed Potato dance craze. The Crypt-Kickers were comprised of Leon Russell, Johnny McCrae,...
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Monster Mash - Single, Bobby "Boris" Pickett
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  • Genres: Pop, Music, Comedy
  • Released: 1993

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