An uneasy feeling sinks in right from the beginning: the ghost of Halloween past. This is possibly more upsetting than features with costumes, lights, and other scary things. Let Gil Scott-Heron’s words set the tone, and Evan Schwartz’s beastly hair and – dare I say – timeless riding pummel you for a few minutes. Heck, I blew the speakers in my car listening to this song… you might too.
Two years on and it’s still that good.