Evil Toons (1992)

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Evil Toons is a live-action/animated B-movie. The film is a light spoof of traditional haunted-house films. A group of teenage girls must spend the night in an old house in order to receive a large amount of money. On the night of their arrival, a strange man arrives at the house, delivering an old book. Once he is gone, the girls examine the book, where they find a sketch of a wolf-like monster.

As time passes, the drawing emerges from the book and becomes a Toon. Whilst its intention is to purge the house of its occupiers, it also displays licentious behaviour, seemingly trying to sexually abuse the girls whilst performing its task. At one point, after attacking one of the girls, it possesses her; this plot device ostensibly being for purpose of replacing an expensive special effect (the mix of live action and animation) with cheaper make-up effects.

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The Cramps - Like A Bad Girl Should

i love your ass for bad or worse i love your nasty way you curse when you sit down, it's wild how you sit grind your heel in the ground.....the groovy way you spit. ooh you look good ooh you smell good ooh you taste good like a bad girl should when i need love, i love how you feel when i need dough, i love how you steal i love your sick way you think the way your perfume makes you stink i love your boots...your fancy clothes your boufant hair...your pantyhose i blow a gasket for your pink jellybean your picnic basket splits my spleen

J.J. Cale - Naturally

Naturally is the debut album by J. J. Cale. First released in 1971, it includes his song "After Midnight" which was first recorded by Eric Clapton in 1970.

Cale, who was languishing in obscurity at the time, had no knowledge of Clapton's recording of "After Midnight" until it became a radio hit in 1970. Cale's friend and producer, Audie Ashworth, encouraged Cale to record a full album in order to capitalize on the success of his song. Naturally was recorded independently, "on spec", the musicians being paid demo fees. Some songs, such as "Call Me the Breeze", were recorded with primitive drum machine accompaniment and sound almost like demos.

The album showcased Cale's distinctive, understated style, and it successfully established his solo recording career which continues to the present day. The album was originally released on Leon Russell's "Shelter" label, spawning the 1972 hits "Crazy Mama" (Billboard Hot 100 #22- his only Top 40 hit ) and "After Midnight" (#42) as well as turntable hits "Bringing it Back," "Call Me the Breeze" (later recorded by Lynyrd Skynyrd) and "Clyde" (later recorded by Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show, and a 1980 country hit for Waylon Jennings).

1. Call Me The Breeze
2. Call The Doctor
3. Don't Go To Strangers
4. Woman I Have
5. Magnolia
6. Clyde
7. Crazy Mama
8. Nowhere To Run
9. After Midnight
10. River Runs Deep
11. Bringing It Back
12. Crying Eyes

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Re: Punk's Not Dead (2007)

Punk's Not Dead takes you into the sweaty underground clubs, backyard parties, recording studios, and yes, shopping malls and stadium shows where punk rock music and culture continue to thrive. Thirty years after bands like the Ramones and the Sex Pistols infamously shocked the system with their hard, fast, status-quo-killing rock, the longest-running punk band in history is drawing bigger crowds than ever, pop-punk bands have found success on MTV, and kids too young to drive are forming bands that carry the torch for punk's raw, immediate sound. Meanwhile, punk has become a marketing concept to sell everything from cars to vodka, and dyed hair and piercings mark a rite of passage for thousands of kids. Can the true, nonconformist punk spirit still exist in today's corporatized culture? Featuring interviews, performances, and behind-the-scenes journeys with the bands, labels, fans, and press who keep punk alive, Punk's Not Dead dares to juxtapose pop-punk's music and lifestyle against the roots in the 70s and 80s, resulting in unexpected revelations. A DIY search for the soul of a subculture and a celebration of all things loud, fast, and spiked, Punk's Not Dead shows punk is stronger and more relevant today than it's ever been.

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October Country (1968)

October Country was a short lived band fronted by West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band leader/virtuoso Michael Lloyd. Lloyd wrote, produced, sang lead and background vocals and played all kinds of instruments on the record.
The record itself was engineered by Roy Halee, a legendary west coast engineer who worked on the Milleniums’ “Begin” album as well as some historic Simon and Garfunkel cuts.

01. October Country
02. Painted Sky
03. Little Boy Smiling
04. She's Been Away
05. Good to Be Around
06. I Wish I Was a Fire
07. Cowboys and Indians
08. I Just Don't Know
09. End of the Line
10. My Girlfriend Is a Witch
11. Caryle's Theme
12. Baby What I Mean
13. October Country [Mono 45]
14. I Just Don't Know [Mono 45]
15. I Wish I Was a Fire [Mono 45]
16. Cowboys and Indians [Mono 45]
17. My Girlfriend's a Witch [Mono 45]


Bringing Out the Dead (1999) OST

01. TB Sheets - Van Morrison
02. Janie Jones - The Clash
03. You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory - Johnny Thunders
04. What's The Frequency, Kenneth? - R.E.M
05. I'm So Bored With The U.S.A. - The Clash
06. Red Red Wine - Ub40
07. Nowhere To Run - Martha Reeves And The Vandellas
08. Too Many Fish In The Sea - The Marvelettes
09. Rang Tang Ding Dong (I Am A Japanese Sandman) - The Cellos
10. Rivers Of Babylon - The Melodians
11. Combination Of The Two - Big Brother & The Holding Company
12. Bell Boy - The Who


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The Rocky Horror Punk Rock Show

The Rocky Horror Punk Rock Show is an album featuring the soundtrack of the 1975 cult film The Rocky Horror Picture Show as performed by modern punk rock bands. The album was released in 2003 on Springman Records.

01. Science Fiction / Double Feature - Me First And The Gimme Gimmes
02. Dammit Janet - Love Equals Death
03. Over At The Frankenstein Place - Alkaline Trio
04. The Time Warp - The Groovie Ghoulies
05. Sweet Transvestite - Apocalypse Hoboken
06. Sword Of Damocles - The Independents
07. I Can Make You A Man - Pansy Division
08. Hot Patootie /Bless My Soul - The Phenomenauts
09. I Can Make You A Man (Reprise) - Secretions
10. Touch-A, Touch-A, Touch Me - The Chubbies
11. Once In A While - Big D And The Kids Table
12. Eddie's Teddy (Alternate Mix) - Swingin' Utters
13. Planet, Schmanet, Janet - Tsunami Bomb
14. Rose Tint My World / Floor Show - Luckie Strike
15. Fanfair / Dont Dream It - Stunt Monkey
16. Wild And Untamed Thing Gametime
17. I'm Going Home - The Migraines
18. Super Heroes - Ruth's Hat
19. Science Fiction Double Feature (Reprise) - The Ataris

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Mysteries Of The Gods (1976)

"Botschaft der Götter" or, as it is written in the international version, "The Mysteries of the Gods" is a full length documentary portraying the ancient astronaut theories of Swiss-born researcher Erich von Däniken. The film is hosted and narrated by no less than William Shatner himself.

Everything from the Peruvian Crystal Skull to the megalith structures in the jungles of Southeast Asia is accepted as evidence for the AAS theory. Cave drawings, old legends, Biblical stories and even some psychic visions of late Jeane Dixon are understood as stone cold facts. Eric von Däniken's reputation was still quite unspoiled at the time so all the arguments (even the most far-fetched) are shown with a great confidence.

William Shatner is–as usual–overacting his part. With all the strange "scientific" people, long shots, enthusiastic Shatner and eerie 70's synthesizer music this amazing documentary was from the day one destined to become a cult classic.


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Captain Beefheart - Lick My Decals Off, Baby (1970)

Coming off of the liberating heels of 1970's "Trout Mask Replica", Don Van Vliet first changed the name of his band from "His Magic Band" to "The Magic Band" and proceeded to record another tight, vigorous, arrhythmic sonic landscape. Though this album doesn't have quite the free form feeling of its precedessor (which included tape recorder chants, false starts, off microphone chatter, and lots of interesting other random tidbits), it stretches the boundaries of rock music in much the same manner. "Lick My Decals Off, Baby" includes 15 autonomous and amazingly crafted songs. Almost as if someone took the "Trout Mask" sessions, applied a razor to the inbetweens and said "THERE! Those are the songs! Now stop it with all that other nonsense!" In this way "Lick My Decals Off, Baby" sounds like an "organized" and only slightly less spontaneous "Trout Mask". This more structured arrangement may have emerged from Van Vliet's alleged desire to actually start making money from The Magic Band. Apparently the previous drummer left after "Trout Mask" and was lured back by a promise of potential cash. In some ways Van Vliet succeeded. The album climbed to number 20 on the UK charts.

01 - Lick My Decals Off, Baby
02 - Doctor Dark
03 - I Love You, You Big Dummy
04 - Peon
05 - Bellerin' Plain
06 - Woe-Is-Uh-Me-Bop
07 - Japan In A Dishpan
08 - I Wanna Find A Woman That'll Hold My Big Toe Till I Have To Go
09 - Petrified Forest
10 - One Red Rose That I Mean
11 - Buggy Boogie Woogie
12 - Smithsonian Institute Blues (Or The Big Dig)
13 - Space-Age Couple
14 - Clouds Are Full Of Wine (Not Whiskey Or Rye)
15 - Flash Gordon's Ape


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Batman: Dead End (2003)

Life isn't fair. The Joker escapes from Arkham Asylum. Bruce Wayne puts on his Batman suit, mask, and cape, and goes in pursuit. He's soon found the Joker and begins a fight to subdue the red-eyed, sneering villain. Then, suddenly, things take a surprising turn: the Joker becomes the least of Batman's worries. New enemies appear: it's as if he's found himself in another set of comic books. Can he hold his own?

Shane & Sia aka Barbi Twins

Reportedly the children of a feminist lesbian mother, Shane and Sia began modelling at the age of seven when they posed for a layout in the Sears mail-order catalog. Their adult career has spanned fashion, softcore, and pin-up modeling. After the success of their 1993 calendar released by Topps, Shane and Sia published a premium-rate telephone number called the Barbi Hotline. In addition to the calendar, Topps also published two comic books and a promotional trading card depicting Shane and Sia. Though the pair's appearance has led to suggestions of plastic surgery enhancement—the British newspaper the Evening Standard described them as "bizarre distortions of the classical female form with their identical tiny waists, long athletic legs and 38D chests"— the Barbis have maintained that they have never undergone any surgical refinements.

Shane and Sia posed together in two top-selling issues of Playboy, and also in several internationally-distributed calendars. Not long after their Playboy days, they made a foray into voice acting, with several cameo appearances as brunette scientists in the American animated series Eek! The Cat. They also modeled for the fashioned designers Thierry Mugler and John Galliano.

As adults, the twins developed bulimia, which they have since overcome. Their book, Dying To Be Healthy: A Breakthrough Diet, Nutrition and Self Help Guide (1999), tells the story of their struggles with eating disorders. A portion of the book's profits benefit organizations that strive to combat eating disorders. In the 2000s, Shane and Sia lectured and spoke on television, radio, and online about eating disorders and their careers. In early 2001, they appeared on the CBS television program 48 Hours in a piece about eating disorders, entitled "Slim Chance". After the program aired, CBS hosted a moderated online chat session in which the twins responded to questions from the public.

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