The Munsters: two Zombo-related songs from Rob Zombie’s film are now online

In exactly two months September 27th, writer/director Rob Zombie’s feature update of the classic sitcom Munster’s will receive a Collector’s Edition release on Digital, Blu-ray and DVD. (The film will also be headed to the Netflix streaming service at an unspecified date.) Today, two singles from the film’s musical soundtrack have been released—and they both have something to do with TV host character Zombo! The songs are called “It’s Zombo” and “The House of Zombo” and you can check them out at THIS LINK.

Put this on Munster’s has the following synopsis:

From writer/director Rob Zombie comes the strangest love story ever told. Lily is just your typical 150-year-old vampire in love looking for the man of her nightmares. . . that is until she sees Herman, a seven-foot-tall green experiment with a heart of gold. It’s love at first sight as these two ghouls drop fangs over their feet in this wacky Transylvanian romance. Unfortunately, things don’t go smoothly at the cemetery, as Lily’s father, the Count, has other plans for his beloved daughter’s future, and they don’t involve her bumbling beau, Herman. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll howl at the moon as The Munsters make their way to Mockingbird Lane!

Zombies Munster’s stars Jeff Daniel Phillips as Herman, Sheri Moon Zombie as Lily, Daniel Roebuck as The Count, Richard Brake as mad scientist Dr. Henry Augustus Wolfgang, Catherine Schell as a gypsy woman named Zoya Krupp, Jorge Garcia as Herman’s friend Floop, Tomas Boykin as Lily’s werewolf brother Lester, Cassandra “Elvira” Peterson as real estate agent Barbara Carr, Dee Wallace as the voice of Good Morning Transylvania, and Sylvester McCoy as Igor, the loyal servant of the Munsters. Jeremy Wheeling, Roderick Hill and Mark Griffith also feature, there is Mr. Gateman, Mr. Goodbury, and Mr. Graves, the owners of Gateman, Goodbury and Graves Funeral Home. Sitcom cast member Pat Priest is there and her sitcom co-star Butch Patrick stars The tin can man.

Munster’s ran for two seasons, from September 1964 to May 1966, and consisted of 70 episodes. (You can buy the entire series at THIS LINK.) Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Zombie said his film Munster’s is”100 percent in the spirit of the show. I wouldn’t want it to be any different. I totally wanted to keep the vibe that it had in the 60s.” His commitment to preserving the spirit of the show is evident in the film PG rating to “macabre and suggestive material, frightening images and language”.

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