CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT.

Without question, the breakout hit of last year’s Halloween mixtape was ‘Children of the Night’, borrowed from the soundtrack to Maniac Cop 2.

I know nothing about the artist, but it’s hard to believe a man named ‘Buddy Miles’ could create such a sinister and sexy tune. It also perfectly encapsulates a city-terror vibe that I’ve always been fascinated with. It literally sounds like a song that should only be played in back alleys and seedy strip bars.

Download Buddy Miles – Children of the Night

The “horror in the big city” genre could become a Halloween mixtape someday all on its own. I love film depictions of terror-soaked cities with silhouette figures, desolate parks, dim streetlights, prostitutes, pushcart vendors, steam coming up from sewer grates, wet alleys and a shadowy guy in a trenchcoat.

Have you ever been stalked by a city slasher? Felt eyes watching you in the park? Followed home by a prostitute with a large Adams apple?

Please continue listening to ‘Children of the Night’ on repeat and then report back to TNUC.

3 Comments on “CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT.”

  1. Children of the Night is a banger. An absolute ripper! I listen to that jam all the time. I still need to see The New York Ripper. Can’t wait for the new Halloween Mixtape! Gonna blast it all night long on repeat Halloween Night.

  2. That`s the perfect mix! The raw sinful atmosphere of New York in the 80s full of sex, crimes and sins and some 80s horror!!! Children of the Night fits so perfect to that imagines which I get in my mind if I think about horror and New York City in the 80s! Best blog! Best mixtapes! Keep continue dude! Greets from Germany!

  3. That`s the perfect mix! The raw sinful atmosphere of New York in the 80s full of sex, crimes and sins and some 80s horror!!! Children of the Night fits so perfect to that imagines which I get in my mind if I think about horror and New York City in the 80s! Best blog! Best mixtapes! Keep continue dude! Greets from Germany!

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