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The Monsters Go Disco

Count Chocula, Frankenberry & Boo Berry 'go disco' in the lamest possible manner.

Here's one of those cardboard records they gave away in (and sometimes on) cereal boxes back in the 70s. This one features the sugar-frosted monster trio in one of the most predictable, derivative and utterly unnecessary stories I've ever heard. I can't decide what I like worst about this record. Is it the recycled voice impressions? The unfunny jokes? The incredibly bad "Monster Mania" disco tune?

The only thing I enjoyed about this record is the voice of Donna Disco at the end. She's only got one line, but she says it with the intonation of a drugged-up party girl who's spent too many nights at Studio 54. It's part of this complete breakfast, kids!

The Monsters Go Disco
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Monsters Go Disco (Real Audio) Who will win the disco contest? The suspense is... making me hungry.

See Also: Sugar Bears

Your Comments:

Joseph Gallant (notquite@hotmail.com) says:
Sounds nothing more like a lame attempt at a children's audio infomercial!

Although I will admit that there was a lot of late 1970's disco music that I do like, this may be the worst musical schlock in the Vinyl Museum. Listen at your own risk. (08-30-2002)

Canadian Vinylist says:
You have to admit the 'Disco Tex' D.J. is almost as entertaining as Donna. (08-28-2002)

Dan (drnoose@yahoo.com) says:
HA! Count Chocula was the best. Especially when the milk turned brown. Yum! The record is another story. To quote Harry Nilsson.."How Long Can Disco On?" (08-28-2002)






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