Wednesday, October 31, 2007

The Money Shot (Halloween Edition) - Scary Songs, Bad Dreams, Werewolves & Flaming (Lips) Skeltons...

The latest "spooky" headlines...

Halloween Fun : The S-s-scariest Songs ever? (NME)
MS: Oh great undead, Halloween is upon us and in between fighting off the ghosts in the photocopier and flicking spiders off the teabags, we've been pondering the scariest songs ever. We’ve scrapped the cobwebs off our keyboard and come up with this lot…

Dave Grohl: "I Still Dream About Kurt Cobain (NME)
MS: "It always feels totally real, probably because I'm a very vivid dreamer. But, in my dreams, Kurt's usually been hiding - we'll get together and I'll end up asking him, 'God, where have you been?'"

Our Top 13 Halloween hits (Canoe)
MS: 8) Werewolves of London by Warren Zevon

Flaming Lips host first annual 'March Of 1,000 Flaming Skeletons' Halloween parade (Yahoo! News)
MS: "A symbolic procession glorifying the beauty of death and the boundless flame of love and life," the Flaming Lips' Halloween march took place on Saturday, October 27, with approximately 1,000 fans (the exact number that the Fire Marshall actually permitted is still up for debate) dressed in matching skeleton bodysuits and carrying lit torches through the streets of Oklahoma City. Fans paid a $25 fee to join the parade, but were allowed to keep their skeleton costumes, their "beautiful, one-of-a-kind, weird-ass" commemorative T-shirts, and their memories of this unique event forever.

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