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Really Good

This albumm is really well put together. There are alot of songs in this albumm that make it truly spooky. The Exorcist Theme and Nosferatu really add to make this collection sparkle with scary tunes. A great choice for a Halloween party. The theme from Children Of The Corn could have made this collection better but still a wonderful mix.

Horror Has a Long History

Nice Variety of Horror tracks. Very Halloweenie. As a collector of good Halloween music, I would also recommend on iTunes, 'NOOSHI' for kids, 'BANDGARD' for adults, 'THE TRICK OR TREATERS' for some good Halloween sound effects, and of course 'THRILLER' by MJ. Only then would your Halloween music collection would be complete. The 'Godzilla' Suite is my favorite on this album.


There are just enough covers here that are so well done, you could almost fool someone into believing they are the originals. Plus I have to hand it to whomever was in charge of selecting the tracks for including John Morris's classic "Transylvanian Lullaby" from YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN. And I'm sure that even the members of Goblin wouldn't be too unhappy with the Prague Symphony's just-as-creepy version of the main theme from SUSPIRIA. The "Omen Suite" is great, but it's been included on other Silva Screen compilations before. And why buy it just for that, when extended versions of all three of the OMEN soundtracks are now available? As someone said before - this would make for fantastic background music for your next Halloween party. Me, I'd just buy certain cuts, and look elsewhere for a place that sells the entire album at a more reasonable price.


Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Crouch End Festival Chorus first came together in the mid-'80s, founded by David Temple and John Gregson (the pair had both sung as tenors in the London Philharmonic Choir). By the next decade, the choir had become one of England's leading large choirs, as they built a wide ranging repertoire that incorporated selections from standard classics to less familiar 20th century works (resulting in a total of four Performing Right Society Enterprise Awards the CEFC's innovative programming of contemporary...
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