I'm a big fan of The Cramps, and I often wonder where Lush Interior culled his B-Movie horror film soundtrack source material from. This compilation covers some of that material. Long before today's Zombie Wannabe's ran amuck in the streets of urban centers the world over, there were Rockabilly cool daddies singing of Zombie High School dances. The whole genre is as weird and fun as Halloween, or possibly brings to mind some highly evocative tattoo art on a biker. The material is re-mastered from two and four track recording machines from close to sixty years ago, so the simplified rhythm sections stand out as the guitarists play their solos with varying degrees of technical ability. Some are smooth studio cats, while others resemble George Harrison on the first two Beatles studio albums ( a bit stiff fingered.) Besides the rocking simplified beat, the lyrics are an odd mix of inspired to silly. My favorite is "Rocking Zombie." The singers don't necessarily croon because they sound more like a 1950's radio DJ with syrupy, goony, almost spoken deliveries. While I find myself rocking out to this, I have to laugh a lot too, which is embarrassing while commuting on a train each day!