Monday, September 7, 2009


Ok. I don't know how any of you feel about the late 1990's Misftis line up. There was no Glen Danzig on vocals, but there was still Jerry Only on bass, Doyle on guitar, and Dr. Chud on drums. The music was still very hard-hitting. There was one snag, which was Michael Graves' vocals. They took a little getting used to, but were still pretty solid. He doesn't have the range of Danzig, but the Misfits cranked out some seriously good material with Michael Graves on vocals. "Saturday Night" is a song that truly shows The Misfits at their peak. Michael Graves' vocals are in tight form here, giving even Danzig a run for his money. "Saturday Night" is a perfect, gore filled throwback to the 1950's drive-in, and one of the best Misfits songs ever recorded. It appears on their 1999 album "Famous Monsters". My copy of this album has inexplicably become missing in action. Wish I still had it.

Anyway, here's "Saturday Night". Enjoy.

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