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Monsters

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Jack straw

The Wellingtons  “Scarecrow of Romney Marsh”  b/w “Trick Or Treat”  A Disneyland Record  (1964)  “The Scarecrow Of Romney Marsh” is a three-part television show that originally aired on Walt Disney’s “Wonderful World Of Color” in February of 1964.  “Trick Or Treat” is a Disney animated short and was first released in October of 1952 with a running time of approximately 8 minutes.

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Leapin’ lizards!

UltraMan King Records (Japan) (1978)

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YOU make the caption!

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Disco sucks

“Dracula Disco” / “Red Blood”   A Maximus Records 45  (1977)

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This monster just wants to twist!



Here’s a rare one:  “The Monster Twist” b/w “Love Theme”  by Tryrone A’Saurus and his Cro-Magnons  Warner Bros.  (1962)

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The graveyard shift

“Rock and Roll Your Bones”  Bell Records  (Australia)  Ray Whitaker at the Hammond Organ  (1957)  L.A. based Quartet with Bea Jay, vocalist

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Live at Budokan


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French fryer

Antoine (Vogue Records, France)

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Buggin’

“Kamen Rider…one of the best shows in the 60s and 70s in Japan”

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The freaks come out at night

O Som de L.C.V.   “Psicodelico” CBS Records (Brazil) (1968)     And…

The Lovin’ Spoonful   “Everything Playing”   Kama Sutra Records   (1968) Well played Father Guido Sardinecan!

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