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Zacherle's Monster Gallery
The 1963 release from the Cool Ghoul!
Complete with its horrifyingly rare cover art inked by Mad Magazine's Jack Davis
Limited edition of 1,000 in green and orange "pumpkin" vinyl
Throughout the ‘50s and ‘60s, John Zacherle Was the "Cool Ghoul" of East Coast television, presenting late-night horror movies to delighted teenagers in New York and Philadelphia
Zacherle parlayed his TV success into a recording, acting, and radio career
His rarest and most sought-after album is 1963's Zacherle's Monster Gallery, which sells for up to $150 online if you can find it
Released on Elektra's budget imprint Crestview, the record was a copy of the 1960 release Spook Along with Zacherley, except that it featured cover art by legendary Mad Magazine artist Jack Davis.
Real Gone Music's release of Zacherle's Monster Gallery comes in green and orange "pumpkin" vinyl and features the original cover art.
Limited to 1,000 copies.
Released in time for Halloween almost exactly a year after Zacherle's death.
A timely tribute to two unconventional funny men (Davis died in 2016 as well).
|Coolest Little Monster|
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|Ghoul View Commercial|
|Sure Sign of Spring|
|Frank and Drac Are Back|
|Come with Me to Transylvania|
|Spider Man Lullaby|
|Baying at the Moon|
|Zacherle For President|