Thursday, October 20, 2005

Rain Station and their DARK RIDE

In the summer of 1992, Hoagie Malone (Jay Moores) began coaxing musicians for his recording project "Equator". These sessions produced 33 tracks. Originally released as "Khaki Circus" by Equator, Hoagie felt that the recordings between he and mopehead (Mark Harvey) were going particularly well, so when mixing time came, the 33 tracks became two separate releases. Rain Station was born with the release "Criminal Goat" and Hoagie released the rest as "Equator". Soon after the release of "Criminal Goat" they recorded "Fancy Fancy" and "The Living Room Sessions". "Stonedozer" was released on 04/20/2000 and has been called Rain Station's best release to date.. Their newest release, "DARK RIDE" was released Friday, October 13th 2000 and is an all original Halloween release. On the horizon for Rain Station is their much anticipated yet to be titled follow-up CD to DARK RIDE.

DARK RIDE features 13 New Halloween Hits!
Jay Moores has created SPOOKY FLASH ANIMATIONS for some of the songs on the CD-

These songs and more are all streaming at Halloween Radio - click one of the links to hear the song listed:

Things - Twilight Sky - Monster Hunter - Haunted Man -
Tomb of Doom - Black Lagoon -
Trick or Treatin' - This Night - Candy - Broom Hopping -
Day of the Dead - October's Bride - Dark Ride

DARK RIDE is available NOW! - Order This CD -
$15 includes Free US Shipping


Underground DJ from Haunted Attraction Magazine
Now it is time to run away and join the carnival. "Step right up and see the amazing, the unbelievable, the available for your attraction CD, DARK RIDE by Rain Station." A journey through a veritable midway of new music written for old pretzel rides. The use of sound effects is limited only to those that help create the feel of the piece. The styles of music range widely from Heavy Metal beats through old time Rock and Roll to the almost cutesy Trick Or Treatin'. This nostalgically fun selection, took me back to my early days as a young zombie, heading out on Halloween with the lust for candy in my heart. The CD would be great for line entertainment or a party, with a little bit for every taste and some of the beats are infectious.

Larry McKenzie
DARK RIDE by Rain Station is one of the most unique Halloween music CDs I have ever heard. DARK RIDE has 13 music tracks. Each track is a good mixture for Halloween. A bit mysterious and dark, yet very fun. The DARK RIDE CD would be great for an adult Halloween party. If you are a Halloween enthusiast and are looking for more Halloween music for your collection, you should visit and listen to the MP3 samples from the DARK RIDE CD. I am happy to have this CD as part of my Halloween music collection. I sincerely recommend visiting Nobody Records and listen to a track or two.

Underground Entertainment
(This) offering is more of a Halloween party CD, especially suited to be played in queue lines or on the midways of Scream Parks. It contains thirteen tracks of rock/alternative style music with Halloween themes. You'll find titles such as "Monster Hunter", "Haunted Man", "Black Lagoon", "Trick or Treatin'", and "Broom Hopping". This one is fun and is a CD that should be added to the collection of anyone interested in assembling a music anthology of Halloween related material.

Chaotic Order
Curious mix of Porno for Pyros and White Collar Crime with a penchant for Halloween. Best use would be on the soundtrack for the upcoming Scooby Doo movie.

Happy Halloween Magazine
Looking for a Halloween CD with an edge, this is the one to get. Available from Nobody Records, Rain Station's Dark Ride packs a gritty, heavy metal sound that conjures an auditory image of purgatory. While this is not normally the type of music I listen to, for works! The raspy vocals lend a dark, almost visceral feel to the accompanying music. Contains 13, new, original hits...

Be sure and pick up your copy today to support independent music!

Thank you,

Mark Harvey
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