Terror-Bite Tango (Aka Gettin' Down for the Count)

Jamie K. Sims

Unearthed from the crypt of 1983, Dr. Franken-Jamie has stitched together a monster of a tango for your Halloween horror and delight - with no words at all! - terribly appropriate for creatures of all ages, from birth to the grave - and beyond . . .

Unearthed from the crypt of 1983, Dr. Franken-Jamie has resurrected and stitched together a monster of a piece for your Halloween pleasure. A tango of horror and delight - with no words at all! Terribly appropriate for creatures of all ages - from birth to the grave, and beyond . . . This haunted and hallowed offering was inspired by Count (Peter) Zaremba's tireless efforts to scare and scar the souls of the soulless. Don't dare to miss it, for it will follow you "every step you take . . ." Caution!!!!!: Do Not Listen Alone! (pets, small babies, and insects count)

Music and Unnatural Sounds: "Dr." Jamie K. Sims Words: None! (If you hear any words, please let us know.) Tweaking, Mixing, Mastering of Ancient Noises: Chris Stamey Photo: Errol Somay

With this we, at Mooscular Phonic Tunes, send you a Happy Hallowed-Ween!

- Mooscular Phonic Tunes Records

Jamie K. Sims was founder of the 1980's New Wave / Punk/ Party group The Cosmopolitans, known for "Wild Moose Party" and "(How to Keep Your) Husband Happy" (1980 Shake Records - U.S.A., 1981 Albion Records U.K., and 2006 Bacchus Archives/Dionysus Records). She also composes classical music. Her works (on Mooscular Phonic Tunes Records) were featured on the 2012 documentary of Japanese peace activist, "Mari Hasegawa: Gentle Woman of a Dangerous Kind."

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