Yes, it's the newest teen-age singing group! Inspired by The Munsters!
That's right, the surprisingly funny, peppy, and genre-savvy tunes on this 1964 record were "inspired" by some marketing type to cash in on the TV show! Cross-marketing at its finest -- that's the American way!
This Discogs page gives somebody's uploaded images of the LP. Here is a mention of this Pre-Fab Four (long before The Rutles) that I found in archives for Billboard magazine:
The CD art I've put together contains another period photo of the group "performing" in their outfits, including Ben Cooper full-head masks.
Here is the wild-n-crazy performance set:
1) Munster Creep
2) Frankenstein Had a Hot Rod Car
3) $1.98 King-Size Voodoo Kit
4) Vampire Vamp
5) Herman’s Place
6) (Here Comes the) Munster Koach
7) TV Monster Show
8) Eerie Beach
9) Make It Go Away
10) You Created a Monster
11) Ride the Midnight Special
12) Down in the Basement
I think you'll agree that a half hour spent with this set is as much fun as you ever had watching the show! I especially like "TV Monster Show."
Somebody tell me if this older link works.
See you Thursday!