Frankie Stein & His Ghouls - Introducing Frankie Stein And His Ghouls [Clear Vinyl] | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Weerdo the Wolf
2. Goon River
3. A Hearse Is Not a Home
4. 3 Little Weirds
5. Lullaby of Ghost Land
6. Knives and Lovers
7. Little Ghoul Blue
8. Ghoul Days
9. Little Brown Bug
10. Neck Twist

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After years of visiting graveyards, combing through haunted houses, and pursuing (heh heh) dead ends, Real Gone Music finally tracked down the rights to the legendary Frankie Stein and His Ghouls series! Why did we risk life, limb, and livelihood to find these records? Well, first of all, long-time Real Goners know we LOVE these campy '60s takes on horror rock-witness our previous macabre moves into the Zacherle, Munsters and Groovie Goolies franchises. But there's something extra special about these Frankie Stein and His Ghouls records. You wouldn't think that Halloween records released by a subsidiary (Power Records) of a children's specialty label (Peter Pan Records) would be so... er... visceral, but these records are definitely the most out there of their kind. And there might be a reason for that... you see, it has been revealed that the Power label enlisted the aid of some very, very interesting musicians for some of it's projects. For instance, the imprint's 1966 album Batman and Robin by The Sensational Guitars of Dan and Dale was actually produced by Tom Wilson of Bob Dylan, Velvet Underground, and Mothers of Invention fame-and the band was made up free jazz legend Sun Ra and members of The Blues Project! Which has led to all sorts of speculation about who Frankie Stein and His Ghouls actually were; among the names bandied about are guitarist Duane Eddy, jazz saxophonist Max Greger, and, yes, Sun Ra and the Blues Project again. At any rate, prepare yourself for frenetic rock-and-twist workouts punctuated by deranged howls and shattering sound effects. And with a back story like Introducing Frankie Stein and His Ghouls has, it is of course insanely collectible and goes for big bucks online. Our vinyl reissue comes in coke clear with yellow streaks vinyl inside the classic original cover art, limited to 300 copies and exclusive!