If you don’t think patience is a virtue, get this: The Misfits had been a band for five years before they released Walk Among Us, one of the greatest and most influential punk albums of all time. After scrapping two record’s worth of material prior, Glenn Danzig and Co. captured horror-punk supremacy that sounded unlike anything else of its time — rockabilly meets Elvis meets punk meets B-movie spookiness. In fact, it still sounds unrivaled to this day, especially on a fine home stereo.
Featuring “Mommy Can I Go Out & Kill Tonight,” “Braineaters”, “Skulls,” and 10 more.
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