Album: Legacy Of Brutality (1985)
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  • Glenn Danzig, who was lead singer of Misfits at the time, wrote this song about the dark side of Halloween, which is an American holiday where kids put on costumes and go door-to-door collecting candy. Taking place every October 31st, Halloween is also celebrated by many adults who dress up for the holiday.
  • AFI recorded this in 1999. >>
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    Billy - Otway, OH, for above 2
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Comments: 7

  • Johnn from Tijuana, MexicoAFI suck's,misfits rule the underworld!!!
  • Tyler from Soldier City - Stc, Flwhy would you have to put a fact that afi covered this, that band blows and doesn't need to be menioned in regards to the misfits, regardless if they butcher their song or not.
  • Billy from Perris, CaAnother cool song by a guy who collects Satanic artifacts
  • Jeremy from Ventura, Cawow. never would have guessed what Halloween meant...

    I like Halloween II (the reprise)

    its cool..
  • Alex from Mansfield, Ohthanks for the halloween definition billy
  • Jeff from Austin, TxEXTREMELY fascinating song facts!!
  • J.e. from Anchorage, AkBig surprise (lol) that Glenn (Danzig) would write a song like this. Still kinda cool in a creepy way though.
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