Music to Make Horror Movies By: Concrete Blonde

Published April 19, 2015 by biggayhorrorfan

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If you travel across the galaxies, I’m sure you will find multiple differences among the various populations.

But, one thing will always be true: As evidenced by (director) Jack Sholder’s modern science fiction-thriller classic The Hidden, even aliens with voraciously murderous appetites dig Concrete Blonde! So, in some ways, they really are just like everyone else!the hidden william

Indeed, one of the film’s most memorable sequences occurs when (actor) William Boyett’s Jonathan Miller, possessed by a destructive space creature, creates a scenes of sonic mayhem in a Los Angeles diner, with Concrete Blonde’s Still in Hollywood blaring from his stolen, ever present jukebox.

But, after listening to that, can you blame anyone for being totally entranced with singer Johnette Napolitano’s eternally gravelly yet always passionate voice?!?

Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!

One comment on “Music to Make Horror Movies By: Concrete Blonde

  • Well, now you’ve gone and done it. You’ve saluted what for more than 20 years has been my absolute favorite God Amongst All Bands, Concrete Blonde. I listen to these cats daily. Johnette Napolitano, James Mankey and company were/are responsible for not only some of the most rockin’ but also the most beautiful music these ears have ever heard. Thank you.

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