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Music Monday: Channel Zero, Season 2 - No End House

Happy Monday everyone and welcome back to Music Monday! Let's share some songs we've been enjoying lately!  If you would like to play and I really hope you do, please see the rules and link up below.


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Happy Monday and welcome to Music Monday everyone! For the entire month of October, I'll be featuring music to get us in the Halloween spirit. This week I'm spotlighting a couple of my favorite songs used in one of my favorite horror tv shows, Channel Zero.  I feel like I don't talk about just how much I loved all four seasons of this anthology show (each season is a new story).  If you haven't tried the series, I highly recommend it.  It's a real underrated gem.  My two personal favorite season was season 2, No-End House, (season 4, The Dream Door, is a close runner up) and both of the songs below are used to great effect and both fit the tone of the story of the season really well.  Give a listen to Billy Murray's The Ghost That Never Walked (1904) and Glass Animals's Gooey (2014):





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  1. I haven't listened to much of Glass Animals music, but Gooey is my favorite song by them. I've watched a few episodes of Channel Zero, but I never finished season one. I have heard about season two though, and it seems interesting.

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    1. Season 1 was good, but season 2 is better. :)

      Gooey and Black Mambo are my two favorites from them. Thanks for linking up!

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  2. I love spooky music this time of the year haha. That Glass Animals song is cool!

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  3. i find so much music through tv and movies
    sherry @ fundinmental

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