666 Pages Of Cafe Society Threads...celebrate with the devil's own playlist!

Occasioned by looking down at the bottom of the screen and realizing that the number of pages of threads in Cafe Society had reached that classic watermark, the diabolical trinity, six hundred sixty six.

The intention is to recognize the event with a “playlist” even Old Scratch might take an interest in. Any works from any art form are welcome; I’m simply sticking to music since it’s what I know best.

My submissions:

Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells (natch) in its entirety, so as to get the full range of eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeevil!
John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band “On The Dark Side”
Van Halen “Runnin’ With The Devil”
The Charlie Daniels Band “The Devil Went Down To Georgia”
Robert Johnson “Preaching Blues (Up Jumped The Devil)”
The devil is in the details, like the man said. Have at!

Says 667 over here. Looks like by posting this thread, you pushed it over the edge.

Um. And to try to stay on topic: “Christian Woman” by Type O Negative.

Hmm. I don’t know if that means I struck a blow for the dark side just in the nick of time, or that good will always win…

Skip James “Devil Got My Woman”
Marty Robbins “Devil Woman”
Cliff Richard “Devil Woman”
Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels “Devil With A Blue Dress/Good Golly, Miss Molly”

Oh, please:

Sympathy for the Devil has to be the first song on this list.

Oh, please:

666 By Aphrodite’s Child (featuring Vangelis) has to be the first conceptual rock opera on this list.

And Black Sabbath of course. Lots and lots of Black Sabbath

Devils Food by Alice Cooper
Up jumped the Devil by Nick Cave
Devils Haircut by Beck

[Elvis]YOOOOOOOOUR the Devil in Disguise, oh yes you are[E]

Kylie Minogue, “Better the Devil You Know”.

Now that’s fucking evil, my friends.

Van Halen - Running With The Devil
INXS - Devil Inside
Charlie Daniels Band - The Devil Went Down To Georgia
Iron Maiden - The Number Of The Beast
Os Mutantes - Ave, Lucifer!
Bob Mould (Loudbomb) - Angel v. Devil
The Beatles - Devil In Her Heart
The Beatles - Helter Skelter (for the Manson connection)
U2 - Trip Through Your Wires (“Angel/Angel or devil”)
Robert Johnson - Hellhounds On My Trail

Can we throw in the entire 'Bat out of Hell" Meatloaf album? Or just the track?

Same question for the “Bat out of Hell II: Back Into Hell” album, for the “Back into Hell” track?

You know, he really likes elevator music.

“I Put a Spell on You” by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins.

Add Metallica’s Devil’s Dance. Love that song.

Danzig’s whole album, I, Luciferi.

But beyond that here are some good ones too…
Danzig- Black Mass
Danzig- Devil’s Plaything
Danzig- Son of the Morning Star
Danzig- Am I Demon (need to know)
Danzig- Posession
Tenacious D- Explosivo

I expect that if I were to land in the netherworld, Meat Loaf will be playing a lot on Hell’s Muzak…so, yeah, sure, go for the whole albums. :slight_smile:

Well, except maybe “Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad.” I kinda liked that one.

Oh, and speaking of Muzak, who better than The Devil’s own Grandmother would know that he likes elevator music? If that’s true, I nominate that version of “The Girl From Ipanema” from the elevator in both The Blues Brothers and Mallrats.

Flogging Molly - Devil’s Dance Floor
Camper Van Beethoven - Devil Song
King Crimson - The Devil’s Triangle
Frank Zappa - Jazz From Hell
Iggy Pop - Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell
Hoodoo Gurus - Hayride To Hell
ACDC - Highway To Hell
ACDC - Hells Bells
Howlin’ Wolf - Evil
Fleetwood Mac - My Little Demon
Afghan Whigs - My Curse
Nick Cave - Idiot Prayer
Black Sabbath - After Forever

Someone in Shirley Ujest’s thread What is your favorite Christmas CD? (mouthbreather in post #40, to be specific) suggested the song “Xmas With The Devil” by Spinal Tap, and it’s too good not to include here as well. 'Tis the season, after all…

Well, he did *invent * elevator music, the little scamp.

NO, no, no–it’s gotta start with the Crazy World of Arthur Brown:

I am the god of hell-fire! And I bring you…


Gomez, “Devil Will Ride”

Badly Drawn Boy, “Another Devil Dies” (shhh!)

Fatboy Slim and Macy Gray, “Demons”

The Devil Is My Friend - The Jazz Butcher