The soundtrack to the third film in George A. Romero’s “Night of the Living Dead” series; 1985’s Day of The Dead. The original film, that would be twice remade, but never outdone. The soundtrack would be released on cassette & LP in the same year; by Saturn Records. Composed & performed by John Harrison, with the vocals coming from Sputzy Sparacino who was lead singer of the Pittsburgh R&B/Dance/Cover band.
Wow who doesn’t love horror movies so having horror vinyl in your record collection is a must. I remember watching Chiller Theater with Bill Cardille (Chilly Billy as he was known by his fans) as a kid. It was a special treat to be able to stay up late on Saturday night and watch a show with the adults. It was a late night horror – science fiction program out on WIIC channel 11 in Pittsburgh. While it was very frightening at times I stayed and watched nonetheless.