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The Traveling Vampire Show

Spookshow 2

Released on January 5, 2007


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Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, step right up to the greatest show on Earth! "The Traveling Vampire Show," Calabrese's follow-up to its 2004 debut, "13 Halloweens," is a dark, intense and evil record that will haunt your mind and steal your soul! The three brothers have promised total mind control and global domination with this record, starting with your city first! Fans of The Misfits, AFI, The Ramones and My Chemical Romance will be enthralled by the hypnotic and strange sounds of Calabrese!

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Death Eternal  8%
2 Voices Of The Dead Voted #2  20%
3 Vampires Don't Exist Voted #1  24%
4 Inside This Coffin  6%
5 Night In The Lonesome October Voted #3  9%
6 Come Alive  4%
7 Children Of The Night  3%
8 Saturday Night Of The Living Dead  7%
9 The Young Princes Of Darkness  6%
10 Darknes, Tell Us  1%
11 Your Ghost  9%
12 The House Of Mysterious Secrets  5%
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Zac from Calgary, AB Canada 
Feb 11 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This was my first Calabrese cd and I can't get enough it. There are enough whoah-ooohs, catchy riffs, and clever lyrics to keep this in rotation for a long time.

Great artwork in the album and a must have for any horror punk or psychobilly fan. 5 stars!

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Corey from Selmer, TN 
Oct 18 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is great, better than 13 Halloweens, a little darker and better songwriting for the most part, though they try to throw "hanging around smoking cigarettes" into three different songs, which is a little annoying. Still has the rad horror flick soundbites, and the great spooky basslines. Guitar sound is a lot like AFI when they were still good(The Art of Drowning era), those good spooky riffs. No duds on here, if you like horror punk, I'm sure you'll like it, it deserves more credit than Rue Morgue gave it in their review(they seem to be increasingly off-mark on music).

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Richard from Fredericksburg, VA 
Jul 25 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is an incredible album, for all you misfits fans this is a must get! all the songs are catchy, awesome, and you can even dance to 'em....if you so choose.

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Curt from Knoxville, TN 
Jun 30 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

When I first heard the Calabrese brothers' first outing, I was quick to add it to my list of top Horrorpunk albums of all time. Gone were the cliche, ridiculous lyrics of many undead rockers; catchy, quirky, and full of kickass charisma, Calabrese immediately earned a spot at the top of the horror heap. Needless to say, I was extremely excited about The Traveling Vampire Show, but I admit a small part of me was skeptical about whether the band would be able to repeat the kind of quality that 13 Halloweens boasts. Upon receiving it, all it took was one lap in my stereo to completely blow me away. Not only was the new album good, it was BETTER than their first!

The outing begins with a trademark Calabrese horror film sample, and slams into DEATH ETERNAL, a catchy, 'whoah'-filled track (as most of theirs are) that is almost impossible not to bop along to. From there, VOICES OF THE DEAD and VAMPIRES DON'T EXIST, two of the popular featured songs and both excellent, take over for more macabre mayhem and don't let up until the final seconds of HOUSE OF MYSTERIOUS SECRETS, a powerful spook serenade with an absolutely head-slamming powerpunk riff near the end. It's almost unfair to have to choose a favorite; I've never, ever bought an album before where every single song was my favorite, although VOICES OF THE DEAD, NIGHT IN THE LONESOME OCTOBER, and YOUR GHOST are perhaps a fraction ahead IMO. The Traveling Vampire Show (along with Blitzkid's Five Cellars Below) is classic, unequaled horrorock havoc, and I can't give it enough praise. A must-buy.

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Jean-gabriel from Chillicothe, OH 
May 22 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Calabrese are an Arizona based horror punk outfit. They do what they do well and with some style. However, this new album shows absolutely no growth in the band and most of these songs could easily have been on their first album. Dare i even mention how these ghouls follow every single bad horror rock trend out there...well except maybe skeleton gloves. If you don't care about a band evolving then check these guys out because they pull some damned good melody's over solid punk.

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Scott from Roswell, GA 
Apr 11 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

5 stars! this cd is sooo fucking good. if you like horror punk of any kind get it. if you like a band with catchy chorus's get it. these guys are all brothers and are all very talented. this is better than 13 halloweens, their first cd (which is still awesome)

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Brian from Waterville, ME 
Apr 11 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Calabrese are a very promising band in the horror-punk genre. The songs are catchy and the vocals are not unlike AFI/Misfits. Honestly though, Calabrese could be so much better if they developed more of their own sound and avoided the path that so many horror punk bands follow......trying to be like the Misfits. The singer even looks like Glenn Danzig from the Lucifuge era of Danzig. I still think Calabrese is among the best horror punk bands and I look forward to the singer using more of his vocal talents on the next album. I also look forward to Calabrese taking on the task of more originality because they certainly have the talent amongst them to deliver quite possibly the best modern horror punk album in recent history. If you are already a fan of most horror punk bands then this will be slightly better than the rest so definitely give it a try.

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