"Dr. Orloff's Monster", and I thought he was going to do a guest spot, but we've seemed to have lost contact, so Howard, wherever you are, this one's for you Buddy!
Matango writes "Dr. Orloff's Monster was Franco's followup to "Gritos En La Noche/The Awful Dr. Orloff." The two songs presented here mark the beginning of his fascination with over-long nightclub scenes that don't advance the plot." (But we sure love the music!!!)
"Pepita Que Horror"--------"The harsh buzzing noise in "Pepita que horror" is the sound of the electronic transmitter in the diamond necklace that Orloff's monster Andros uses to find the girl he's supposed to abduct."
"Haciendo Realidad"------"Haciendo Realidad" is captured from the French dub, because the dialog is less distracting that way!"