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Monsters

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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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Lost in translation

Japanese superhero show on Nippon TV (Any info on this out there?)

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Herr today, gone tomorrow

Herr Mys-Rys   EMI Odeon Records Sweden   (or if you prefer – hair today, gone tomorrow?)

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Love is blind

“Frankenstien Rock”   Brita Borg   Knappupp Records EP

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Star dreck

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The Green Slime (from the 1968 MGM Motion Picture)

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Shrimp campy

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Shrimpenstein was on KHJ channel 9 in LA from 1966 to 1968. This is the opening theme sung by Dr. Von Schtick (Gene Moss in a bad Boris Karloff imitation and the Tijuana Bats.

The hosts were Gene Moss (Dr. Von Schtick) and Jim Thurman (voices). Shrimpenstein was a miniature Frankenstein monster (a ventriloquist dummy who was “created” when jellybeans were thrown into the Monster Machine) Moss and Thurman wrote the Roger Ramjet cartoons and did advertising campaigns, mostly for radio. Moss later did voice-overs for LA’s channel 2 news and Disney/Touchstone pictures previews.   Thurman also wrote and did voices for Sesame Street.

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That’s Frankenfeld, Franken FELD!

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“Horror Skop 63”   Von Peter Franken…feld   (Germany)

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Monster Shindig

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“Monster Shindig”   Super-Snooper and Blabber Mouse with The Gruesomes (of the Flintstones), Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy, The Wolf Man.   Songs:   “The Monster Shindig” and “The Monster Jerk”   Hanna-Barbera Original T.V. Stars.       This brings back fond memories of a childhood spent in front of the TV on Saturday Mornings and coloring books, board games, comics, puzzles, lunch boxes, notebooks and records.

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Mallets A Fore Thought

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Vic Feldman on Interlude Records

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