Mommy Can I Go Out Kill Tonight (Fox Studio 1983) VERIFIED
"Mommy, Can I Go Out & Kill Tonight" was first released on the Misfits' debut album Walk Among Us, released in March 1982 by Ruby Records, an imprint of Slash Records. This version of the song was recorded live on December 17, 1981 at the Ritz in New York City, and is the only live track on the album. In July 1983, the song was re-recorded at Fox Studio in Rutherford, New Jersey, and this version was included alongside the track "We Bite" as the B-side of the single "Die, Die My Darling", which was released in May 1984 through Danzig's own label, Plan 9 Records. Although they were not included on the original LP version of Earth A.D./Wolfs Blood, all three songs from the "Die, Die My Darling" single (including the studio version of "Mommy, Can I Go Out & Kill Tonight") were included on the album when it was first released on cassette in 1988 and on CD in 1992.
Mommy Can I Go Out Kill Tonight (Fox Studio 1983)
Jeph Loeb was hired to write it because the studio, after the surprising success of Valley Girl (1983), wanted to make a comedy that would cost almost nothing (the production costs amounted to about $1 million) and take very little time to film. 041b061a72