1987. The first album by SGT, and not the most-praised. SGT has been categorized as Ambient, Dream-Pop, Electronica, Progressive Electronic, Techno-Industrial, and so on. You might want to skip this one. Link in comments.
The Magical Drummer Boy Fairy Decoration - and myself - would like to be the first to wish you and yours the happiest of all possible holiday seasons, without any weirdness or creepyness in it whatsoever.
Recording artists Bo Ratliff and Katie Lee are heard here and are briefly cited in Wikipedia. The rest are not. Play those other tracks as well, please, as I am too, too, busy myself. Link in comments.
There was a terrible conflict between the writer and the director of this film. And then a bankruptcy stalled the theatrical release for 3 years making the special effects antiquated. The result is unintentionally funny but hey - free giant robots. Link in comments.
I only recently found out that Stan Freberg portrayed Cecil on the BEANY AND CECIL live-action TV show as well as the cartoons. This rip contains disk 4 of 4. And that is almost that. Link in comments.
This last batch of radio adverts includes Dressed To Kill, Goodbye Emanuelle, Logans Run, Mondo Cane, Phantasm, Rollerball, The New House On The Left, Omen II, The Fog, Rollerball, Twitch Of The Death Nerve, Werewolves On Wheels, and hundreds of others that I have never heard of. Link in comments.
Please please no more dares. Here are 343 more old radio advertisements for drive-in movies. The titles include Amityville Horror, Dracula Vs. Frankenstein, Locker Room Girls, Master Of The Flying Guilotine, Saturn 3, and many more. Link in comments.
So once upon a summer people listened to radio and heard advertisements for movies showing at the local Drive-in. Here is a collection of 345 such spots. The titles include Alien, Big Bad Momma, Carrie, Disco Fever, Exorcist, Futureworld, Jaws, The Omen, Phantasm, Stepford Wives, Vanishing Point, Zardoz, and lots more. Link in comments.