Arkadillo | I Was A Teenage Movie Maker

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I Was A Teenage Movie Maker

by Arkadillo

Rock Instrumental/DVD Soundtrack from I Was A Teenage Movie Maker. All original rock and roll.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Monster Rumble
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4:18 album only
2. Live Fast Die Again
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4:22 album only
3. Rebels With Claws
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4:34 album only
4. Transylvania Twang
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4:05 album only
5. Bad Sun Rising
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6. Fangs, Fur and Fenders
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7. No Moon Tonight
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8. Skull Beatin' Boogie
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9. Alley of No Return
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10. Young and Undead
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11. Shock Hop
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12. Black Leather Bat
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From 1959-62, Don Glut made a series of amateur “teenage monster” movies featuring greasy-haired vampires, werewolves, Frankenstein monsters and other JD horrors. From 1967-68 Don (then aka “Marvel”) played bass guitar in the Penny Arkade, a rock band that, with the addition of new member David “Spider” Price (and others) became the Armadillo. When Frontline Entertainment’s DVD release of these films required recording some original Fifties-style rock ‘n roll, “Spider” and “Marvel” reunited as Arkadillo, strapped on the old axes, started jammin’ again, and this album of “brand new oldies” is the result.


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