This Week, Retronauts Micro Brings You a Petrifying Playlist

This Week, Retronauts Micro Brings You a Petrifying Playlist

Give your Halloween season some musical accompaniment with our collection of iconic horror tracks.

With Retronauts, annual Christmas specials have been a regular thing since I started hosting the show back in 2011, but we've never done a proper Halloween-themed episode. Of course, that had to change.

So, if you've been enjoying the handful of musical episodes I put together—and our staggeringly thorough research tells me you have—you'll definitely enjoy this one. It's essentially that, but with a little Halloween twist which just might be the most ambitious and/or stupid thing I've ever done for the show in terms of editing. But going on any further would ruin the surprises packed within this 11-minute podcast, so please, download and enjoy!

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