Sixteen Singers/Musicians appear in the movie. John Paul
, the former saxophonist of the local cover rock band Changes and space-themed rock band FLUID appears as the bald plaid-shirted zombie in the airport chart house (who also appears on the film's posters, video, DVD, and soundtrack album covers, and some of Day of the Dead
(1985)'s releases), John Harrison
(former bassist of the rock band Homebrew and who also was known for playing bass for the late legendary Blues/Rock Singer-Guitarist Roy Buchanan
) appears as a janitor zombie in a jumpsuit who later gets a screwdriver stabbed in his left ear, Blues/Rock/Jazz Singer-Musician Donald Rubinstein
(who composed the music for George A. Romero
(1977) and Knightriders
(1981) soundtracks) appears as a bloody faced zombie (wearing a denim shirt and green shirt under it) who attacks Roger in the mall parking lot scene, Folk Singer-Musician/Songwriter Vincent Vok
appears as a TV Station Employee (wearing a white collared shirt and black necktie) at WGON-TV Studio, Mike Christopher
, the former keyboardist of the space-themed rock band UFO, Changes and FLUID appears a Hare Krishna zombie, Michael James
, the former and late bassist of both Changes and FLUID appears as a bald red-sweatered zombie in our four heroes' Monroeville Mall battle scene during the scene where Roger's arm and leg are wounded (but his bald zombie character can be seen twice only for a brief moment in a crowd), Tommy Lafitte
appears as Miguel the Afro zombie in the projects apartment who comes out of a room and ends up biting his surviving wife Miguellita's neck and arm, the late Clayton Hill
appears as a white sweater vested zombie who goes up and down the mall escalator, Sharon Ceccatti
appears as a Nurse zombie, Jeannie Jefferies
appears as a Blonde Glamour Model zombie who attacks Roger in his truck and later gets half of her face blown off, Maxine Lapiduss
appears as a Redheaded zombie clawing at the JC Penny Door, Nancy Friedman
appears as a Bandana Girl zombie with one arm, Joseph Pilato
appears as the Head Cop (wearing black knit cap) at the police boat dock, Randy Kovitz
appears as the cop who asks our four heroes for cigarettes at the police dock and then as a bearded biker wearing a blue beret and sunglasses, Mark 'Whitey' Cooper
(who was known for being the lead singer of the local R&B band Whitey & The Blind Venetians) appears as a long blonde haired, bearded white collared shirted zombie who gets shot in the bikers' battle scene, and Greg Besnak
, former lead singer of the goth rock band Without Tears appears as a long brown haired and Fu Manchu mustachioed zombie hit by Sledge the biker in the side of his head with a sledgehammer, and he turns, full-face, into the camera. Later, when Sledge gets eaten, he has another close-up, descending upon him. But it appeared on the Director's Cut only. It was edited out in the US release. See more
[after avoiding a bunch of the zombies
Well, we're in, but how the hell are we gonna get back?
Who the hell cares! Let's go shopping!
Wait a minute, man. Let's just get the stuff we need. I'll get a television and a radio.
Ooohh, ooohh, lighter fluid! And chocolate. Chocolate!
[he runs down a clothing aisle
Hey, how about a mink coat?