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    New for halloween 2014. A Special black cd with high quality artwork. Includes pin badge and mini artwork print. Welcome to the horror show is an album full of creepy electro and ambience for halloween.

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Dark atmospheric horror music for Halloween haunts and creating atmosphere! As featured on FEARnet

FEARNET review:

a full-length album of eighteen entertaining and atmospheric Halloween tracks – all of which draw upon the unique and memorable synth horror movie scores of the '70s and '80s (and some reach back even further). Rather than simply rehashing the signature electronic tones of John Carpenter, Goblin and other beloved composers, Haynes goes back to the elements that made those classic tracks tick, using lo-fi analog textures, pulses and patterns as the foundation for new and original compositions. Where artists like Zombi, Umberto, Anima Morte, Giallos Flame and Bottin riff on the progressive rock elements of those works, Haynes places his emphasis on the more cinematic, atmospheric elements (calling to mind another FEARnet fave, Midnight Syndicate), then builds a beat-based repertoire on that foundation. The results will feel right at home in the foggy, cobwebbed corridors of a Halloween attraction, but also command your attention as groovy stand-alone works... some of which will get you out of the shadows and up on your feet. An ideal sample of this balance between old-school synth cinema and modern EDM is the darkly textured “Ghost House,” - See more at: www.fearnet.com/news/review/sam-haynes-welcome-horror-show-%E2%80%93-album-review#sthash.ZKa7ECyu.dpuf

UKHorrorscene review:

From truly atmospheric soundscapes to fear inducing thumping beats Welcome To The Horror Show is a must for any horror film fan and soundtrack enthusiast . But don’t read about me waffling on about it , get over to his website and check it out for yourself.

A unexpected masterpiece and I can’t wait for more of Sam’s work, check it out and buy it now!! - (Review from UKHorrorscene.com)

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released October 23, 2016

Cover art designed by chad savage at www.sinistervisions.com

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Sam Haynes - Horror Soundtracks and Halloween Music London, UK

Sam Haynes is a Rondo Horror award nominated Horror music composer with a lifelong passion for horror. Inspired by classic 70s and 80s horror music. His work is a regular feature on many horror themed podcasts. Sam Haynes is currently scoring new music for dark attractions and Horror movies. ... more

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