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John Carpenter (4) - Seasons / Haunt My Home (Vinyl)

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  1. Aug 15,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Seasons / Haunt My Home on Discogs. Label: Mexican Summer - MEX • Format: Vinyl 7 John Carpenter - Seasons / Haunt My Home (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(7).
  2. Nope, it's not that John Carpenter, but it is the maker of gothic-tinted, psychedelic chamber rock'n roll on Mexican Summer. 'Seasons'/'Haunt My Home' was released on the New York label in and reveals a fine blend of spooky americana and hoarse garage on 'Seasons', or a maudlin, slightly Anglophilic taste to the Echo & The Bunnymen-meets-Roy Orbison atmosphere of 'Haunt My Home'.
  3. Seasons b/w Haunt My Home by JOHN CARPENTER, released 15 August 1. Seasons 2. Haunt My Home "Seasons b/w Haunt My Home" out now as a 7" and download through Mexican Summer.
  4. John Carpenter is a singer and guitarist who initially dropped onto the music scene in with his genre-bending debut album, Fairy Tales Forgotten, along with a 7-inch single “Seasons.”He would not release music for several years, until he resurfaced again in with a new EP, When Night Comes Knocking, a psych and surf-rock opus that further cemented the endless possibilities of his.
  5. Explore releases from John Carpenter at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from John Carpenter at the Discogs Marketplace. John Carpenter (4) Variations: Viewing All John Carpenter (4) Seasons / Haunt My Home.
  6. Aug 27,  · Seasons B/W Haunt My Home Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music, UMG, WMG (on behalf of Mexican Summer); BMG Rights Management, ASCAP, UMPG Publishing, and 1 Music Rights Societies.
  7. Review: Perhaps the most coveted of Death Waltz's excellent series of reissues thanks to its Dinos Chapman designed cover art and splattered vinyl, the swift sell out of their reissue of John Carpenter's score to The Fog has ensured a repress for the title, this time on gold slitorexxdigonpi.contersrensukacfonccompbelseotibudsu.coer colour the vinyl is seems irrelevant when you're talking about one of Carpenter's most iconic scores.