#RocktoberMusicFest ♪ “How Soon Is Now” – The Craft Soundtrack

We’re in the homestretch now, Halloween is officially one week away today, so let’s make it count –  like with the theme song from Charmed! This is one of the most covered songs in rock history, having various reincarnations spanning different genres. One of my favorite renditions was done by the former Russian band, Tatu. I love when female artists can remake songs generally sung by male artists and have it turn out great, and I personally think the instrumental portion of their version is the best.

In honor of my Halloween Playlist countdown, this cover of “How Soon Is Now” comes from The Craft soundtrack, which was performed by the band Love Spit Love.

Fun Fact: Fairuza Balk, who played the very disturbed bad witch, Nancy, in The Craft had first played Mildred, the underdog good witch, in the 1986 movie The Worst Witch starring Tim Curry. She also played Dorothy in Return to Oz in 1985. Being the super nerd that I am, I watched both of those movies on repeat as a kid, so recognized her instantly when I saw The Craft. Anyone else?

Enjoy!

I do not own any rights to this song, lyrics or video. All rights remain with the artists and their respective agents. No copyright infringement intended.

♫♪ Rocktober Musicfest is hosted by Mary B. at Jingle, Jangle, Jungle. Check out her website if you’d like to join the event. There’s no restriction against joining after October 1st or limit/requirement to how many times you have to post for the month. It’s really easy and fun! ♪♫

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Published by A.C. Melody

Indie Author of Erotic, BDSM,PNR, SciFi/Futuristic, and Dark Romance. I'm from the Pacific Northwest, drink far too much coffee, always root for the underdog, anti-heroes and shameless whores, I love hard ass Alphas and the strong women they'll move heaven and earth to claim. You can always find me in my writing cave, but it's not always wise to try and talk to me there, so make sure to sign up for my newsletter, instead!

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