GODZILLA IS A REGISTERED WRECKS OFFENDER

This week the boys of Red Six take a swim on the beaches of Monster Island. Another installment in the Godzilla series as the gang does double duty by covering both Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster and Invasion of Astro-MonsterThe only way the crew can even attempt such a feat of movie watching magnitude is with the aid of The Gutter Nerds podcast host, Stevo! Not since his childhood has the film major viewed a classic Godzilla flick. Will the killer kaiju stomping a terrified Tokyo be too much for him? Will he rekindle a love for the king of monsters with atomic breath? Listen to find out! That isn’t the only reason though. A season finale of the movie game is decided and a famous director is this week’s clue. Can you guess Hugh it might be?

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Rob Zombie - Dragula

"Dragula" is a song co-written and recorded by American rock musician Rob Zombie. It was released in August 1998 as the lead single from his solo debut Hellbilly Deluxe. Since its release it has become Zombie's most recognizable song as a solo artist. It is also his best-selling song, and had sold over 717,000 copies in the U.S. by 2010.[2] The song is based on the drag racer "DRAG-U-LA" from the sitcom The Munsters. The audio clip "superstition, fear and jealousy" at the beginning of the song is from the film Horror Hotel, and is spoken by Christopher Lee. The song also appears on Rob Zombie's Past, Present & Future, the greatest hits album The Best of Rob Zombie. The original single included a big beat remix of the song by Charlie Clouser, entitled the "Hot Rod Herman" remix (in reference to the Munsters episode), which is contained on American Made Music to Strip By (under the name Si Non Oscillas, Noli Tintinnare Mix), and appears in the films Idle Hands and The Matrix as well as the soundtrack. Additionally, it appeared on the soundtracks for the video games Twisted Metal 4Jet Grind RadioSled Storm (1999)Gran Turismo 2 and in the 2012 game Twisted Metal.
Released1998
GenresGroove metal, Alternative metal
Best of RobZombie: https://goo.gl/wgeauG Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/FALp7r Music video by Rob Zombie performing Dragula. (C) 1998 Geffen Records
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