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Chaz and AJ Weblog - 10/30/13
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Mayor Mark - Danbury Mayor Boughton was on the phone to talk about the bizarre people dressed as chickens that showed up at Town Hall, and also how to get candy from his house on Halloween.
Anna Raimondi - Anna is a clairvoyant medium who speaks to those who have passed on, and was in studio for freak week to help the Tribe communicate with loved ones on the other side.
Dr. Patty Ann - In studio this morning to help the Tribe deal with the annoying things their spouses do.  

AJ's TOP 10 LIST: 

Halloween is tomorrow... here's a list of the most popular Halloween songs. 

Top 10: Halloween Songs 
1) Thriller - Michael Jackson – “Thriller,” which hit No. 4 on the Hot 100 in 1984, is the most-downloaded Halloween-themed hit of all-time.
2) Monster Mash - Bobby “Boris” Pickett & The Crypt Kickers - Since 1962, Bobby “Boris” Pickett & the Crypt-Kickers' “Monster Mash” has been on Halloween party playlists ever since.
3) Ghostbusters - Ray Parker Jr. - When October rolls around, the clear answer to the lyrical question, “Who ya gonna call?,” is Ray Parker Jr.'s “Ghostbusters,” which topped the Hot 100 in 1984.
4) Werewolves of London - Warren Zevon - 1978 - A perfect Halloween entry from the (late, great) Warren Zevon.
5) The Time Warp (Rocky Horror Picture Show Soundtrack) 1975 - This signature song from The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a perfect party song.  It not only makes you want to dance, the song provides the instructions.
6) Somebody's Watching Me - Rockwell - This 80s classic is the brainchild of Kennedy William Gordy, better known under his stage name Rockwell. If you listen to the background vocals you’ll notice it’s Rockwell’s childhood friend, Michael Jackson.
7) The Blue Oyster Cult – Don’t Fear the Reaper - This Blue Oyster Cult favorite wasn’t intended for Halloween, but has become a favorite due to the content.
8) Welcome To My Nightmare - Alice Cooper - No other song encapsulates Cooper's spooky stage persona better than “Welcome to My Nightmare,” the title track to his 1975 album.
9) Boris The Spider - The Who - Bassist John Entwhistle does his best Boris Karloff impression on the chorus of this creepy Who favorite. Entwhistle came up with the song after a night of drinking and making up goofy names for animals and insects with Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman.
10) I Put A Spell On You - Screamin' Jay Hawkins – “I Put A Spell on You” is filled with Hawkins' laughs, yells, and unsettling baritone vocal. Ironically, the singer intended the record the song as a straight ballad.


Q: This is sold quite often, but even more is sold on Sundays than any other day of the week. What is it?

A: Ice cream

(Hint: It’s very quiet) 

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