Cass Browne and Jamie Hewlett - The Horror

{shows_name}

June 10, 2011

Time: 12:30am

Cass Browne (Gorillaz scriptwriter / drummer) and Jamie Hewlett (Gorillaz artist / co-creator) endeavour to play a sprawling selection of tunes, scores, soundtracks and other ephemera from the world of Horror, taking in cuts from The Shining, Cape Fear, The Exorcist, The Omen, Dawn of The Dead, Rent-a-Ghost, Eraserhead and more.

We also get a flimsy insight too, as to which of these images and themes have made their way into the colourful Gorillaz visual world. Rich pickings indeed.

Cass lines up the tracks while Jamie twiddles with his ingenious ‘saxophone tie’ toy in a puerile attempt to cause disruption. The show has been heavily edited in order to make some kind of sense, and in some places it actually does come close. Either way it makes for a truly ‘horrible’ listening experience. A night of horror ‘par excellence’, perhaps…?

Maybe so. Have a listen and see…

Voice recording (and background heckling) by Morgan Nicholls
Show edited by Seb Monk.

Tracklisting:

Intro from “The Thing” Trailer

1 Singin’ In The Rain – Gene Kelly (from “A Clockwork Orange”)

2 The Shining Theme “Main Title” - Wendy Carlos and Rachel Elkind (from “The Shining”)

3 Rosemary's Baby Main Theme - Krysztof Komeda (from “Rosemary’s Baby”)

4 Cape Fear – Bernard Herrmann (from “Cape Fear”)

5 Armchair Thriller TV Theme

6 Bad Moon Rising - Credence Clearwater Revival (as used in “American Werewolf in London”)

7 Thriller – Michael Jackson

8 Tubular Bells – Mike Oldfield (from “The Exorcist”)

9 People Who Died – The Jim Carroll Band (from “Dawn of The Dead” 2004)

10 The Gonk – Herbert Chappell (from “Dawn of The Dead” -Unreleased Incidental Music)

11 Dark Earth – Jack Trombey (from “Dawn of The Dead” -Unreleased Incidental Music)

12 “Day of The Dead” - Music by John Harrison (from “Day of The Dead”)

13 Ghost Town by The Specials (as used in “Shaun of The Dead”)

14 The Fog - John Carpenter (from “The Fog”)

Omen Medley

15 Ave Satani – Jerry Goldsmith (from “The Omen”)

16 Into The Night - Jerry Goldsmith (from “The Omen”)

17 The Killer Storm - Jerry Goldsmith (from “The Omen”)

18 I Walk On Guilded Splinters – Dr. John

19. What’s He Building In There - Tom Waits

20 Rent A Ghost - TV Theme

21 Night of The Vampire – The Moontrekkers

American Werewolf trailer music (Blue Moon – The Marcels )

22 Puttin’ On The Ritz - Written by Irving Berlin
Sung and Danced by Gene Wilder and Peter Boyle (from “Young Frankenstein”)

23 In Heaven (Lady In The Radiator Song) – (from “Eraserhead”)

24 Willow’s Song – Nature and Organisation (cover of song from “The Wickerman”)

25 The Man Comes Around – Johnny Cash (from “Dawn of The Dead 2004”)

26 Freedbird - Lynyrd Skynyrd (as used in “The Devil’s Rejects”)

27 Duelling Banjos – Eric Weisberg (as used in “Deliverance”)

28 Hammer House of Horror – TV Theme

29 Gustav Holst: The Planet Suite: Mars, Bringer of War (Theme from The Quatermass Experiement)

30 Tales of The Unexpected – TV Theme

<- Back to Schedule

Archive

Please select a day below

About Domino Radio

In the spirit of such stand-alone broadcasting giants as Radio Caroline, John Peel Show, Rinse FM, The World Service and Woman's Hour - and dispensing with such orthodoxies as playlists and compliance - Domino Radio commences transmission on June 6th 2011, for a week of non-stop music, conversation and good times.

Presented by Domino's international roster of artists, along with friends and neighbours from the worldwide independent music community, Domino Radio will host a dynamic schedule loaded with individuality, free expression and all manner of sounds from around the world.

Contact

What songs do you want hear? What is the radio of your imagination? We're listening to you here at 87.7fm. Get in touch!