Monster Mash - Single - Bobby

Monster Mash - Single

Bobby "Boris" Pickett

  • Genre: Halloween
  • Release Date: 1962-10-09
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1
  • ℗ 1993 Bobby Pickett and Stuart Hersh

Monster Mash - Single ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
1
Monster Mash Bobby "Boris" Pickett 3:11

Reviews

  • K

    3
    By Glindamm
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    2
    By tvuyyyy
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  • WOW THIS IS A MONSTROUS RECORD, TRULY THE #1 ANTHEM OF HALLOWEEN!!!

    5
    By HALLOWEENHOSTESS
    Finding this original version of Bobby “Boris” Pickett’s HUGE #1 record, truly made my day!!! It’s so clear and crisp, remastered and MONSTER-FIED with the ORIGINAL ARTIST: Bobby “Boris” Pickett himself doing his BEST VOCAL EVER!!!! DON’T MISS RELIVING WHAT Dr. DEMENTO called “The biggest novelty record of all time!!! Just awesome!!!!
  • !!!

    5
    By Maritza.Molina
    Love this song
  • Ehh...

    2
    By BextheGreat
    This is one weird song. Not horrible, though.
  • Do ThE mOnStEr MaSh! ItS STiLL A GrAvEyArD sMaSh!!

    5
    By i Rock1218
    I am Currently 12 year old and i personally LOVE this song!! I love holloween time because it is always on the Radio!!
  • The Monster Mash

    4
    By ModPodGal
    What would Hallowe'en be without "The Monster Mash"? It's a song that comes around once a year and it's always fun to hear. It's also one of the few dedicated Hallowe'en songs. With Bobby Pickett's passing in April 2007, he can be sure he has left a legacy which will always bring a smile to the face.
  • Classic Song

    4
    By anonymous______
    This is an older song but it's pretty creative and well worth the $1 it has apropriate lyrics for young kids and a catchy beat, a true song for all ages!
  • Monster Mash

    4
    By Steeler32
    An infectious rendition of a great pop song circa early 1960's that usually shows up on the local radio stations only around Halloween. A definite must to hear at any time of the year. Steeler32
  • Novelty "Mash" is what it is

    2
    By Auxerre
    Bobby "Boris" Pickett's "Monster Mash" has become a Halloween staple, and the 1962 novelty recording has its place in the rock 'n' roll pantheon for what it is: an amusing song of its time that all remember fondly, either from its original incarnation or its mid-'70s re-release. It has not dated particularly well, and the performance is rather timid, certainly not a standout from its era. Nonetheless, it produces warm memories and is worthwhile as a novelty song. I downloaded it for a "History of Rock 'N' Roll" CD collection I'm compiling but can't see myself listening to it often in other forums.