Return of the Ghostbusters

Hank Braxton gave me the heads up on this over a month ago and I only now had a chance to watch it and post. How sad is that?
I loved Freddy Vs. The Ghostbusters, but this time Braxton and co. appear to have set the bar high. At 80 minutes, it’s a feature length undertaking! Return of The Ghostbusters – coming soon!

I feel so funky

There are a lot of covers of the Ghostbusters theme – I haven’t made a point of cataloging them all. Others have done a far better job (anyone have a link for that GB music site with all the versions listed – please send.) But in this case I own the 12″, so I’d be remiss not to bring it up. And as a bonus, some kind soul has already ripped it and made it available online.

Ghostbuster 2006 – Super Villains

The Supervillians – Ghostbusters

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Get it while you can – not a cover, not a mash-up. This is a straight up club style remix. Enjoy.

Ray Parker Jr. on writing “Ghostbusters”

A short but very informative interview with Ray Parker Jr., wherein he talks about the making of the song in a hurry.

And then I thought, there’s no way you’re going to sing ‘Ghostbusters’ in a song and make it sound good, so instead of singing it, I’d have a crowd answer me.”

The article even lists the various equipment he used to make the song and reveals who shouted out “Ghostbusters!” in the recording.

credit | Guise

Buttons make me feel good

As threatened months ago, I continue to look for ways to mark the 10 year mark for PC – the last batch of stickers came and went, so I thought I’d try something new (see above.)

“And how can I get some?”, you might well ask. Easy!

Send me a self-addressed, stamped envelope.

Send me a self-addressed envelope, and a dollar to cover postage.

Send me a self-addressed envelope, and two bucks. Or surprise me.

Email me for my mailing address, if you’re interested.

Limited supply, first come, first served and all that.