What movies have the Misfits been in?
THE MISFITS GUIDE TO FILM
- The Misfits (1960)
- Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959)
- Horror Hotel (1961) The Misfits “Horror Hotel”
- Night of the Living Dead (1968) The Misfits “Night of the Living Dead”
- Die! Die!
- “Your future’s in an oblong box”
- Return of the Fly (1959) The Misfits “Return of the Fly”
- Halloween (1978)
How many misfit songs are there?
Among the 17 tracks are the never before released “Mars Attacks Demos”, which pre-date 1997’s “American Psycho” album. The demos were remixed and re-mastered, appearing in their entirety for the first time anywhere on this compilation.
Who were the misfits influenced by?
B is for… More than any other band you care to mention, Misfits are hugely influenced by early rock ‘n’ roll and kitsch 1950s horror/sci-fi B-Movies. It’s obvious in the look and in the sound of the band, but even if you dig deeper it’s still there.
What was Misfits first album?
Walk Among Us
Walk Among Us is the debut album by the American punk rock band Misfits, released in March 1982 by Ruby Records and its parent label Slash Records. It was the first full-length album to be released by the band, although it was the third to be recorded, after Static Age and 12 Hits from Hell.
What was the Misfits first song?
The Misfits were formed in 1977 by singer and songwriter Glenn Danzig. The band experienced many lineup changes during their first six years, with Danzig and bassist Jerry Only being the only constant fixtures. They released their first single, “Cough/Cool”, in 1977 on Danzig’s own label Blank Records.
Who made the Misfits logo?
Originally designed for the 1946 Republic serial “The Crimson Ghost” by Russell Kimball and Fred Ritter, this deeply iconic image was borrowed by Glenn Danzig and Jerry Only from a poster for the film in 1979.