Do the 'Monster Christmas Mash' and Get Down with Your Jolly Self



We're all pretty familiar with Bobby "Boris" Pickett's infamous album, Monster Mash. It makes sense the monsters would have much to celebrate during Halloween, but what do they do during Christmas? Apparently, if this 70s album release by Peter Pan Records is any indication, they still like to boogie down.

Full of such holly jolly jingles as "The Reason for Treason" and "The Creep Castle Chorus, Marching Band & Dissecting Society," Monster Christmas Mash is more of a fun collection of short skits and spoken word lyrics than it is actual music but it's nonetheless enjoyable listening to Igor and his Master debate the need for being good on Christmas eve or Dracula singing Jingle "Blahs" [Bells].

Click here to download the entire album.

Need another reason to be thankful? The song above IS NOT included on the album, haha. Also, I'd like to thank fellow strange kid, Ed Dexter, for this generous little terror tiding of good joy. Thanks Dex and Merry Christmas to all!

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6 comments:

  1. T.L. Bugg said...:

    This is awesome. I used to have this record when I was a kid and I've looked for it for years. This is going to be a great addition to my holiday listening this year.

  1. ladracul said...:

    What the heck is that above clip from? I'm thinking it might be something from Moonbeam Entertainment...

  1. Strange Kid said...:

    @Bugg: Those are the kind of memories we love celebrating around the clubhouse. We owe Dex a big thanks for being generous with his collection.

    @LaDracul: Haha, I'm thinking about writing a piece just on that. It's a clip from 'The Monster's Christmas,' a crazy as hell TV special released in New Zealand back in 1981.

  1. Dex1138 said...:

    Glad I could spread some Creepmas cheer to the masses.

  1. Geof said...:

    As far as that video goes, that witch really wanted that dog zombie humanoid thingy to "give it to her". She stinks of desperation, haha

  1. Strange Kid said...:

    @Geof: Hahaha, also copious amounts of fear and/or loathing.

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