elcome to the Digital Meltd0wn Music Blog. The aim of this blog is to introduce the readers to music that is out of print, commercially unavailable, released under a creative commons license, or with approval by the featured artist. The majority of the music posted here would be considered underground. Don't let that fool you into thinking that the music featured here might be any less enjoyable than that of the mainstream artists you hear on the radio, as this couldn't be further from the truth.
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Halloween is drawing ever closer, and with only six days left it is becoming increasingly obvious that I am not going to have time to post all of the material that I would have liked to. Regardless of that fact it has still been a good run. Last September we made the most posts this blog had seen in almost two years, and we have exceeded that total once again this month. The request thread has been a welcome addition, and I would like to thank Strange Ranger from the Motherfucker=Redeemer blog once again for doing such a great job of helping to fill the majority of the requests that have been made.
I'm pleased to be able to present another audiobook for all you Lovecraft fans out there. This is actually a re-up of one of the numerous audiobooks I posted for the H.P. Lovecraft audiobooks mega-post This one features Jeffrey Combs, best known for playing the role of Dr. Herbert West in Stuart Gordon's 1985 film "Re-Animator", reading H.P. Lovecraft's 1922 short story "Herbert West-Reanimator." I can't think of too many people that would be more fitting to read this story than the man who has become synonymous with the character of Dr. Herbert West. Lovecraft originally serialized the story in Home Brew Vol. 1, No. 1–6, an amateur magazine published by his friend George Julian Houtain. The tracks are split up and given the same names as those originally used by Lovecraft. This audiobook recording was released by Beyond Books in 1999 and has been out of print for some time now.
Year of Release: Label: Beyond Books Genres: Audiobook, Horror, Science Fiction Bitrate: 128kbps
Tracklist: 1. From The Dark 2. The Plague-Demon 3. Six Shots By Moonlight 4. The Scream Of The Dead 5. The Horror From Shadows 6. The Tomb Legions