“Evil Dead” playlist: Ramones, Nine Inch Nails, Nick Cave and moreBy Alan Cox | April 5th, 2013 | No Comments »
By Erik Myers
In a modern movie market saturated with remakes, itâ€™s rare when something memorable slithers out from underneath the floorboards.
So whether excited, dismissive or just looking for a laugh, youâ€™ll still have fun listening to Reverbâ€™s Evil Dead playlist on Spotify.
Sit back and imagine gearing up for a fun weekend in the woods with your good-looking but badly behaved friends (â€śYoung Bloodâ€ť). Something about the locale doesnâ€™t feel right (â€śWeird Sinâ€ť), especially the old leathery tome in the cabin basement filled with Sumerian scribbling (â€śCryptogramsâ€ť). But only after reading a single incantation, someone starts acting out of character, saying awful things while utilizing sharp objects to punctuate their point (â€śSomeone I Used To Knowâ€ť). You force him or her into the basement, but then everyone else starts acting out, one by one (â€śEverything Went Darkâ€ť). Even your hand turns on you (â€śRed Right Handâ€ť), forcing a trip to the tool shed (â€śChain Sawâ€ť). After a whole evening of bodily dismemberment, youâ€™re the only one left standing (â€śLastâ€ť), unless the unseen spectre rushing toward you has other plans (â€śI Think Iâ€™m Evil Nowâ€ť).
“Young Blood” â€” The Naked And Famous
“Deep In The Woods” â€” Tennis
“Some Weird Sin” â€” Iggy Pop
“Dead Souls” â€” Joy Division
“Cryptograms” â€” Deerhunter
“De Vermis Mysteriis” â€” High On Fire
“Somebody That I Used To Know” â€” Elliot Smith
“Trapped In A Basement” â€” Black Lips
“Henrietta” â€” Yeasayer
“Lunacy” â€” Swans
“Everything Went Dark” â€” Pinkish Black
“Die Slow” â€” HEALTH
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