|Posted by Anna H. on January 13, 2018 at 4:25 AM||comments (0)|
Because the original version of this previously published Song Saturday blog was deleted due to a glitch, this is a reprint of last Saturday's blog.
How's it going my gumdrops? Are you ready to be creeped out and disturbed? While working on this weekend's blogs, I managed to stumble upon a rare song and music video, which happens to be creepy.
If you have been frequently reading my blogs throughout these last 4 years or so, you already know that I regularly watched music videos during my youth. Never in all my years have I EVER heard or watched Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds' "Where The Wild Roses Grow."
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds are considered to be Experimental, Alternative, Post-Punk, Art, and Gothic Blues Rock.
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds "Red Right Hand" SCREAM Soundtrack (1996)
Spooky-sounding. Don't you think? In 1996, "Red Right Hand" was used as SCREAM's theme song (and has been for over 2 decades in the sequels).
That same year, Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds released their album, Murder Ballads. The band collaborated with Australian Dance-Pop singer, Kylie Minogue on their song, "Where The Wild Roses Grow."
Kylie Minogue "The Loco-Motion" [Cover] Kylie (1987)
Bring back any memories? If not Kylie Minogue's 1987 cover of "The Loco-Motion," you may be familiar with her 2002 hit single, "Can't Get You Out Of My Head."
Kylie Minogue "Cant Get You Out Of My Head" Aphrodite (2002)
Are you still with me gumdrops? Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds and Kylie Minogue's music collaboration is something I would've never imagined. Talk about a HUGE contrast regarding music genres.
"Where The Wild Roses Grow" reached number 3 in Norway, the top 5 in Australia, and the top 20 in Ireland, New Zealand, Germany, and the U.K. In 1996, there was ONLY a limited promotional release in America.
This would explain why I never heard of "Where The Wild Roses Grow" until now. MTV surely would've played the music video years ago had it been promoted enough.
After listening to the traditional, Appalachian murder ballad "Down In The Willow Garden," Nick Cave was inspired to write "Where The Wild Roses Grow."
"Down In The Willow Garden" was a murder ballad written from the point of view of the murderer.
The song is a tale about a man meeting his lover in the willow garden. While in the willow garden, he gives his lover poisoned wine, stabs her, and throws her into the river. Talk about dark and misogynistic.
The murderer in the song sounds as misogynistic as the character, Dr. Wiener in my Short Horror Story, The Horrors Of Womanhood. No one can say that "Where Wild Roses Grow" and "Down In The Willow Garden" lack storytelling.
Now that you know more about these murder ballads, here is Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds featuring Kylie Minogue in "Where The Wild Roses Grow."
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds [Featuring Kylie Minogue] "Where The Wild Roses Grow" Murder Ballads (1996)
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|Posted by Anna H. on December 23, 2017 at 2:40 AM||comments (0)|
Happy YuleChristmaHanukkah my gumdrops! Hopefully, your holidays have been going a lot better than mine. Yule, which was on Thursday was the 3rd holiday in a row that I have been sick.
Since Halloween, I have been barfing from skull crushing sinus headaches. I dread whenever it rains and snows. Every time it does, it triggers sinus headaches.
Normally, I don't vomit from sinus headaches. Let's all cross our fingers, toes, hope, and pray that I am not barfing from sinus headaches on Christmas Day. I want to be able to enjoy Christmas without a skull crushing sinus headache.
Also, this will be the very first time in 14 YEARS, that we will be able to celebrate Christmas in peace without pretentious family members inviting themselves over to collect a free Christmas dinner and gifts.
We all have those family members, that we dread having to spend our holidays with. They can't go at least 5 minutes without being so damn sickening. Meanwhile...
Tomorrow is NOT ONLY Christmas Eve, but also the late Lemmy Kilmister's birthday. If you were subscribed to It's Not All Gumdrops & Unicorns last year, you may recall me publishing 2 Song Saturday blogs in tribute to Motorhead's frontman.
Because so many icons died in 2015, 2016, and in 2017, I kept publishing tribute blogs for Song Saturday. Lemmy Kilmister died literally 4 days after his birthday, which was also 4 days before 2016 started.
By the end of 2016, I had published 2 Song Saturday Tribute blogs about Lemmy. Rather than featuring more songs, let's revisit those last 2 Song Saturday blogs in tribute to Lemmy Kilmister for today's Song Saturday.
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|Posted by Anna H. on December 15, 2017 at 8:25 AM||comments (2)|
How's it going my gumdrops? Originally, I planned to share this Song Saturday blog, tomorrow. Considering how incredibly exhausted I have been these last few weeks with chores, shoveling snow, and Christmas shopping, I am sharing Song Saturday 1 day early.
I still have more last minute Christmas shopping to do for family, which will be done tomorrow. Then, my shopping will be finished. So, how have you been enjoying this December's blogs?
It has been a while, since I last published a festive Song Saturday blog featuring any Goth Rock. If memory serves me right, the last Song Saturday blog I published with a Goth Rock song for Christmas was in 2013.
In case you missed London After Midnight's "The Christmas Song," click on the following link.
London After Midnight's "The Christmas Song" was 1 of my earliest Song Saturday blogs I published, after building my website, It's Not All Gumdrops & Unicorns in 2013. It's amazing how time flies.
This next Goth Rock Song Saturday blog features the Goth Rock band, BATZZ In The Belfry. BATZZ In The Belfry has been around for the last 10 to nearly 15 years.
Nelson founded the band in San Francisco, CA during 2003. He wanted BATZZ to sound more like a Classic Goth Rock band.
After listening to the band perform the Christmas song, "O Holy Night" on their 2007 debut album, Sparks Fly Upward, I noticed that BATZZ sounds somewhat similar to Sisters Of Mercy.
If you have ever listened to the 1980's Goth Rock band, Sisters Of Mercy, imagine lead singer Andrew Eldritch singing "O Holy Night." BATZZ In The Belfry's cover of this song sounds creepy.
Even though BATZZ sounds creepy covering "O Holy Night," they still managed to do the song justice.
Everyone cannot sing "O Holy Night." I have noticed over the years, that not everyone can hit the notes of this Christmas song. Even if they can, someone usually RUINS the song by changing the style of how the song's meant to be sang in an attempt to sound "edgy."
After discovering 2 years ago, that the late great Scott Weiland sang "O Holy Night" on his 2011 Christmas album, The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year, I was HIGHLY disappointed.
It was not that STP's late frontman could not perform the song. It was the style of the cover, that really disappointed me.
Can you imagine Scott Weiland turning "O Holy Night" into a Calypso song? As much as I loved and still love Scott Weiland as the original lead singer of Stone Temple Pilots, I HATED his version of "O Holy Night."
I refused to add Scott Weiland's version of "O Holy Night" to the Song Saturday blog I published 2 years ago.
The blog I published 1 week after Scott's death, featured Christmas songs from his album, The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year. If you would love to hear his other covers of Christmas songs, click on this blog link.
BATZZ In The Belfry's cover of "O Holy Night" managed to sound creepy but still decent.
Critics may claim, that BATZZ In The Belfry was only trying to sound "edgy," in their attempt at covering "O Holy Night." However, I do NOT want to turn off the song.
BATZZ's creepy cover sounds like it should be used for a tragic ending of a Christmas Horror film. Don't believe me? Listen to the cover for yourself and you be the judge.
Batzz In The Belfry "O Holy Night" Sparks Fly Upward (2007)
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|Posted by Anna H. on December 9, 2017 at 10:20 AM||comments (4)|
How's it going my gumdrops? What a hectic AND exhausting week this has been. I was so exhausted yesterday that I kept rewinding the DVR more than several times. While watching TV, I kept falling asleep.
Speaking of TV, some networks literally the day after Thanksgiving, started airing Christmas specials. It sucks that networks refuse to air any Christmas Horror films.
Today everything is "offensive" and The Sensitivity Police are always on cue for the easily "triggered." I believe most TV networks fear a backlash over airing Christmas Horror films.
Even though there are other religious groups celebrating their own traditions and holidays before Christmas, December is meant to be about happiness, family, and celebrating Jesus' birthday.
Throughout the year, Christmas overshadows EVERY holiday. This is all the more reason why I feel there should be more Horror movies and songs about Christmas.
I can only imagine the number of Santaphobics in existence. This is especially after watching Christmas Slashers from the 1980's.
There are quite a few of them, that exist. All those, who did not already know, I published a review about Christmas Slashers on It's Not All Gumdrops & Unicorns several years ago. Simply click on the following blog link.
It has been 3 years, since I last published a blog review about Christmas Horror films. If I have enough time out of my hectic schedule, I will try publishing ANOTHER blog review about Christmas Horror films.
All this talk about Santaphobia, blog reviews, Christmas Slashers, and Christmas Horror Movies in general puts me in the mood for Christmas Horror Music. Like I always say, the music used in a movie helps set the tone for the movie.
It appears that Rachel F. Williams shares similar interests and views as my own. Rachel F. Williams is not only a Romance, Fantasy, and Horror author, but also a music composer.
The song, "It's NOT Christmas" can be found on her album, 17 Tormented Souls. To embrace the horrors of Christmas, here's Rachel F. Williams' "It's NOT Christmas" for today's Song Saturday.
Rachel F. Williams "It's NOT Christmas (Insane Epic Horror Rock Music)" 17 Tormented Souls (2016)
|Posted by Anna H. on December 2, 2017 at 10:20 AM||comments (0)|
How's it going my gumdrops? As you can see, It's Not All Gumdrops & Unicorns has been updated. The background scenery is ready for the winter holidays. Also, the design on my About page is slightly different.
In addition to updating the site's appearance, here is a quick announcement. Starting TONIGHT, Adult Swim's Toonami block not only acquires another 30 minutes, but the Shonen Jump Action Comedy Anime, Black Clover ALSO premieres at 11:30/10:30pm Central.
I would've mentioned this news ~ 2 weeks or so ago, but I did not have enough time in my hectic schedule to publish an individual blog about Black Clover. That's besides me being sick.
Hopefully, Black Clover does NOT suck. Some MAY consider this news to be an early Saint Nicholas present, whereas most Toonami fanboys would find this news to be an early Krampus punishment.
Yes, it is that time of season again. In about 3 more days, Saint Nicholas' evil, cloven hoofed sidekick, Krampus will punish all misbehaving children, while seducing buxom women with his long tongue in between.
On December 5th, Krampus will arrive with his sack, birch switch, and lumps of coal to punish the "naughty." Then, Saint Nicholas will arrive the following day to reward well-behaved children with presents in their stockings.
Earlier this week, I had the hardest time choosing which song to share with you all for Song Saturday. Since Krampus Day is creeping around the corner in 3 more days, I am sharing this festive collaboration by Austin Dickey and Into The Flood.
Into The Flood is a Metalcore band from Tacoma, Washington. Last week, I watched their music video for "Death Posture." The song's not bad. I recommend listening to this band, whenever you have the chance.
According to Austin Dickey on YouTube, Into The Flood composed a Metal version of "The Nutcracker (The Mountain King)." Dickey asked if he could perform the vocals and write lyrics for the song.
Sure enough, this collaboration came to fruition making the song, "Krampus" his very own. For today's Song Saturday, here is Austin Dickey's innovative collaboration with Into The Flood on "Krampus."
Austin Dickey [Featuring Into The Flood] "Krampus" (2016)
|Posted by Anna H. on November 18, 2017 at 7:25 AM||comments (0)|
How's it going my gumdrops? Can you believe that Thanksgiving Day is in ONLY 5 more days?! It was JUST November 1st! Now, it is the 18th. As you already know, Christmas will be here, soon. No, this is not a Christmas-themed blog.
I want to refrain from the holiday and other holidays, until next month. Once it turned Halloween, my local CBS news showed Christmas Trees being chopped.
Like I said in the past, I LOVE Christmas. However, I am not in a rush to celebrate the holiday. Neither is any other average person, who celebrates Christmas. Advertisers already advertise Christmas Sales in both July and in December.
Why should Christmas Day constantly be exploited and advertised before and after Halloween, Veterans Day, and Thanksgiving?
Let everyone enjoy all the other holidays before and after Christmas, for the LOVE of everything. We just celebrated Veterans Day last Saturday! Now, we are preparing for Thanksgiving.
Rather than relaxing, while reflecting on what they are truly thankful for in their lives, most families today will finish binge eating Thanksgiving Dinner to bum-rush each other on the streets for Gray Thursday and Black Friday Sales.
Otherwise, there are those divisive family members always instigating family feuds about politics, religion, in-laws, etc. Those are the types of family members, that generally make celebrating the holidays insufferable for others.
If I had it my way, I would have a PEACEFUL Thanksgiving Dinner with my family, eat desserts, drink sparkling cider, eggnog, turn on Charlie Brown's Thanksgiving Specials, and sleep.
Speaking of the Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Specials, I am sharing the theme song from A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving. Vince Guaraldi composed the theme song in 1973.
Yes, I know this is different from the usual Song Saturday blog. It is difficult trying to find songs with a Thanksgiving theme.
Then again, you already know that Thanksgiving is always shafted for Gray Thursday, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Christmas Day. If I had more time this November, I would've done another Thanksgiving Music Playlist for Song Saturday.
In case you missed the previous Thanksgiving blogs for Song Saturday, click on the following blog links.
Since Thanksgiving is only 5 days away and because I still enjoy watching Charlie Brown Specials as an adult, here is that classic theme song from A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving for this festive Song Saturday.
Vince Guaraldi Trio "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Theme Song" Peanuts Greatest Hits 
|Posted by Anna H. on November 10, 2017 at 6:35 AM||comments (0)|
How's it going my gumdrops? If you were on It's Not All Gumdrops & Unicorns on February 18, 2017, you should remember that I published a Song Saturday blog featuring the '80s Metal band, Dokken.
I would've published this 2nd blog about Dokken last Thursday but like I already said, I was still recovering from barfing up my lungs 4 times on Halloween.
What was so significant about last Thursday?
November 2,1987 was the day that Dokken's 4th album, Back For The Attack released in stores; Last Thursday was the 30th anniversary of their Back For The Attack album. I cannot believe it has been 30 years!
The fact that I was only 4 years old, when Dokken's theme song for the 3rd A Nightmare On Elm Street film ("Dream Warriors") released, and that I was in kindergarten, when Back For The Attack released, makes me feel old.
3 decades?! Wow! Where has the time gone?! Shouldn't I be older than 35? Honestly, it feels that way. My love for music had influence over me wanting to host my own radio show and becoming a disk jockey. By 20 years old, it came to fruition.
Looking back, I really should've aired some of Dokken's songs on my radio show. Then again, I don't think their songs would've attracted many college students, during the early 21st Century. However, my audience was male-dominated,15 years ago.
Years later, it STILL is male-dominated. Therefore, I could've aired Dokken and other bands from the 1980's and '90s. Listeners would've listened to my show, regardless.
After digging up the previous Song Saturday blog about Dokken's Back For The Attack album, I made some minor changes. The music videos for "Dream Warriors," "Burning Like A Flame," and "Heaven Sent" are still in the previous blog.
Meanwhile, Dokken's "Mr. Scary" from Back For The Attack was featured as a bonus song for that particular Song Saturday blog. Last night, I transferred "Mr. Scary" for today's early Song Saturday blog.
It was mentioned earlier this year in my previous Song Saturday blog, that "Mr. Scary" was a guitar solo by George Lynch and Jeff Pilson. On the band's Back For The Attack album, "Mr. Scary" is the 6th song, which happens to be the song after "Heaven Sent."
You may be wondering, "Anna, why didn't you share 'Mr. Scary' in a Song Saturday blog last month?"
There are only so many Saturdays in a month. If I could've, I would've re-shared the song.
Although, re-sharing it today is more fitting, since Dokken's Back For The Attack recently turned 30. "Mr. Scary" has Classic '80s Guitar Solo written all over it.
Without a doubt, Dokken is by far 1 of the most highly UNDERRATED Metal bands from the 1980's.
Even though Dokken's Back For The Attack was heavily promoted 30 years ago for A Nightmare On Elm Street: Dream Warriors, it is sad that they NEVER received the same amount of praise as other '80s Metal bands.
In case you missed the last Song Saturday blog featuring Dokken earlier this year, click on the following link as a throwback.
In the meantime, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Dokken's Back For The Attack, let's revisit "Mr. Scary" for not only an early Song Saturday, but also as a throwback!
Dokken "Mr. Scary" Back For The Attack (1987)
|Posted by Anna H. on October 28, 2017 at 6:10 AM||comments (0)|
How's it going my gumdrops? Do you feel like you learned something from yesterday's blog in regards to trick-or-treating? I really hope so because there is a lot, that most of us didn't already know before I published that blog.
October will be over soon. Can you believe that Halloween is in ONLY 3 more days? This means the current background scenery will be gone until next September; The red floral scenery will return, next month.
At the beginning of this week, it was difficult trying to decide what to share for today. I could not choose between Siouxsie And The Banshees and Danzig's old Horror-Punk band, The Misfits. Both were Goth Rock bands with songs about the holiday, Halloween.
However, Glenn Danzig and The Misfits were more Horror-Punk. Because Siouxsie And The Banshees captures kooky and spookiness so much better, I decided to share more Siouxsie And The Banshees.
Songs from Siouxsie And The Banshees' 4th album, Juju work perfectly for Halloween. Juju was commercially successful in the United Kindgom, during 1981. The album has been viewed as a landmark album of the Post-Punk Rock genre.
According to The Guardian in 2007, Juju ranked on the "1000 Albums To Hear Before You Die" List. The British daily newspaper reported, "Perennial masters of brooding suspense, the Banshees honed their trademark aloof art rock to its hardest and darkest pitch on Juju."
I must say, the songs on Juju can be dark. This can most definitely be said about the song, "Voodoo Dolly." "Voodoo Dolly" should've been a hit single from Juju, if you ask me.
It is surprising that "Voodoo Dolly" was NEVER released on a soundtrack. "Spellbound" and "Halloween" are 2 other songs, that you should add to your Halloween or Horror Music Playlists.
Although, I am highly biased to say that "Voodoo Dolly" should be on your playlist, before any other song from Siouxsie And The Banshees' Juju album.
"Voodoo Dolly" has a haunting, spooky, and ominous tone. This is especially when you listen to Siouxsie Sioux's vocals on that track.
Whenever listening to "Voodoo Dolly," I automatically expect a ghost from the graveyard to suddenly jump out and frighten someone, if not a scornful witch performing a curse on an enemy.
Get ready to be spellbound before Halloween with a Vooodoo Dolly for today's Song Saturday Block. There is a triple dose of songs from Siouxsie And The Banshees' 4th album, Juju.
1) Siouxsie And The Banshees "Spellbound" Juju (1981)
2) Siouxsie And The Banshees "Halloween" Juju (1981)
3) Siouxsie And The Banshees "Voodoo Dolly" Juju (1981)
|Posted by Anna H. on October 21, 2017 at 6:35 AM||comments (0)|
How's it going my gumdrops? Some of you may be wondering why I didn't share this much sooner. Over this summer, I managed to come across this lyrical video by the Gothic Horror band, Others. Others is mostly a Horror-Punk band.
Throughout these last 3 years, I have shared some of Others' songs. In addition, I have been sharing SOME of my previous October blogs around social media for those, who may have missed them within the last 1-3 years.
For Throwback Thursday, I re-shared a Song Saturday blog, which featured Others. However, I can't believe I overlooked the band's lyrical video, "Heart Of Darkness." "Heart Of Darkness" was recorded for the 2015 film, Tales Of Dracula.
Wolfbain Productions' Tales Of Dracula On DVD Trailer: (2015)
The producer of Tales Of Dracula shot the 2015 film in black and white, in order to give it that Classic Horror appearance and is in tribute to Universal Studios' Dracula.
What is Tales Of Dracula (2015) about?
Tales Of Dracula is about the king of vampires (that being Dracula) returning to his native soil and his castle in the Carpathian Mountains, which is in Romania. Dracula returns to regain his strength.
While being in the Carpathian Mountains, The Dark Prince hunts for a new bride to do his bidding. Dracula chooses a farmer's daughter to be his new bride.
Henry Frankenstein's granddaughter (Victoria) on the other hand, strategizes how she can use the infected blood of Dracula's new bride to rejuvenate the Monster by mixing the vampire's blood with the Monster's. After Dracula discovers he has been betrayed, he swears vengeance.
Tales Of Dracula is on DVD for ~$6.00, if memory serves me right.
Meanwhile, you may be wondering about Others' song, "Heart Of Darkness." Their song made me say to myself, "This would be great to share in October."
What is the song, "Heart Of Darkness" about?
As I was told by Lord Marquis DeBlood, earlier this week, "Heart Of Darkness" was inspired by Francis Ford Coppola's version of Dracula. After Dracula's wife dies, he begins to denounce God.
Who sang the lyrics for "Heart Of Darkness"?
Marquis DeBlood wrote the lyrics and composed "Heart Of Darkness" with the help of Jeff DaBella. Lord Marquis' wife, Mistress Jessica sang the lyrics. She most definitely has beauty and talent. I cannot help commending them for creating such an artistic piece.
If you have your own personal Halloween Music Playlist, you should most definitely add Others' song, "Heart Of Darkness" to it. It is definitely a song worth listening to for Halloween. "Heart Of Darkness" has a very calm yet dark mood.
Since today's blog is in tribute to Dracula, here is "Heart Of Darkness" by the band, Others for today's Song Saturday.
Others "Heart Of Darkness" Tales Of Dracula (2015)
|Posted by Anna H. on October 14, 2017 at 7:25 AM||comments (2)|
How's it going my gumdrops?
Hex: Azazeal Seduces Cassie Scene (2004)
Surely you're scratching your heads and wondering, "What show is this?" Have you ever heard of the Supernatural Horror Dramedy, Hex?
[BBC America Promo:] Hex (2012)
There was no luck of me finding the above scene in English. I spent the last 2 days hunting for that specific scene because it has relevance to today's blog.
What foreign language was the above scene dubbed in?
Honestly, I have no idea. Judging by the sounds of it, Hex was dubbed in a Slavic language like Russian or something similar to it.
What was Hex about?
Originally, Cassie Hughes was the protagonist of Hex. During the first 6 episodes, the TV series was about her being a shy school girl struggling to assimilate with her peers, while attending a remote English boarding school called Medenham Hall.
Medenham Hall occupied the former manor house and grounds of the McBain Estate. During the 18th Century, the estate was the sight of a witchcraft scandal. Much like The Salem Witch Trials, the scandal consisted of women from the Medenham Witch family line being tried and executed.
Cassie's telekinetic, pyrokinetic, and clairvoyant abilities were awakened, after she touched an antique vase, which had been used for Voodoo rituals by the Medenham Witches. To Thelma's (Cassie's best friend's) surprise, she learned that Cassie was a descendant of the Medenham Witches.
Meanwhile, a "dangerous looking" creep by the name of Azazeal stalked Cassie around the campus. Azazeal was a fallen angel and the leader of the Biblical, Nephilim.
Previously, the fallen angel seduced not only Cassie's schoolmistress, Jo Watkins, but also Cassie's mother. Her mother being seduced by Azazeal in the past contributed to her mother's mental disorders.
According to Azazeal (fallen angel), he was "in love" with Cassie. It was not until the fallen angel seduced her, that she became pregnant with his spawn, Malachi. Cassie tried aborting Malachi and failed at doing so.
In the process of Cassie discovering, that she was a witch, being a descendant of the Medenham Witches, being seduced, and impregnated by Azazeal, her boyfriend left the campus.
Troy (Cassie's boyfriend, who was played by The Vampire Diaries' Joseph Morgan) was convinced, that Cassie was pregnant with HIS son. Troy left Medenham Hall, at the end of the original series.
There were many twists and turns, throughout this Supernatural Horror Dramedy. If you never had the opportunity to watch Hex, I recommend it. A number of changes were made by the 2nd season, as far as the writing went.
This week, I have something different from the usual to share with you. As I stated earlier, I spent the last 2 days hunting for that scene with Azazeal seducing Cassie because it has relevance to today's blog.
In the background of that scene, Helicopter Girl's song, "Satan's Seventh Bride" can be heard. Who is Helicopter Girl? Helicopter Girl is the stage name of the Scottish singer, Jackie Joyce. She debuted with her album, How To Steal The World in 2000. On that same album, "Satan's Seventh Bride" can be heard.
Speaking of Azazeal seducing Cassie on Hex, while Helicopter Girl's song played in the background, here is "Satan's Seventh Bride" for today's Song Saturday.
Helicopter Girl "Satan's Seventh Bride" How To Steal The World (2000)