Kalliel (kalliel) wrote,

I've never heard Werewolves of London so many times in one day.

Tonight, Detroit radio was playing Halloween-themed songs. I wasn't sure what that was supposed to mean, exactly, but apparently it basically just meant playing Warren Zevon's "Werewolves of London" multiple times. "Abracadabra" by Steve Miller Band. "Twilight Zone" by Gold Earring. And Norman Greenbaum's "Spirit in the Sky," which I think is kind of a stretch. Like, the other ones were clearly just tile keywords, and I assume "Spirit in the Sky" came up because it mentions spirits--but Halloween-themed? Really? I thought. I mean, unless you relate it to spooky things because it played at the beginning of 5x02.

BUT THEN. THEY PLAYED "CARRY ON WAYWARD SON." And I mean, forget SPN goggles; I have SPN Lasik. But I can't imagine any reason that would feature on a radio station's Halloween playlist, but for us. I'm gonna pretend it was because of us.

Tags: fandom: spn, it happens in detroit, mistaking reality for spn again, spnfiltration, strange tales from the midwestern front, unapologetic hit-and-run

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