Here is the list of 15 BEST HALLOWEEN MUSIC you will love to listen to. We’ve compiled a whole playlist’s worth hearing. Check out our list of best Halloween music.
We’ve compiled a whole playlist’s worth of creepy, eerie songs for the season that will get you and your friends rising from the dead and bobbing your heads. Mix up some dark red punch and get on your favourite fake-blood-friendly ‘fit. We’ve cooked up a cauldron full of certified hits: from the immortal classics to buried gems of today.
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1. “Dark Horse” — Katy Perry ft. Juicy J
Released on September 17, 2013, a song by Katy Perry featuring rapper Juicy J. Genres of trap, hip hop, pop-rap and electropop. In short “Dark Horse” was a commercial success number one in Canada and the United States. After that debuted at number seventeen on the Billboard Hot 100 and at number four on the Hot Digital Songs.
2. “Monster” — Lady Gaga (Halloween music)
American singer Lady Gaga’s debut studio album the “Monster”. Released on November 18, 2009. The song represents her “Fear of Sex Monster”. In addition, the remix was intended to accompany “Monster” as a single, but as the track did not receive the commercial release, the remix was shelved for two and a half years.
3. “She Wolf” — Shakira (Halloween music)
By Colombian singer and songwriter Shakira. Released on 9 October 2009, the eighth studio album. “She Wolf” was met with a favourable reception from music critics. Above all Top 10 in charts of countries like Canada, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom. Certified double-platinum in Spain and platinum in Italy, Mexico, and the United States.
4. “Season of the Witch” — Donovan
Song by Scottish singer-songwriter Donovan released in September 1966, is turning up all over. Above all singers become more popular as he age.
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5. “Anthem” — Michael Ables
Michael Ables is a famous composer and producer best known for his scores for the Oscar-winning film. Above all He wanted “Anthem” to sound like an evil march.
6. “Haunted” — Beyonce (Halloween music)
Famous Halloween music by American artist Beyoncé and Boots who was relatively unknown before the release, contains a minimalistic sound with keyboards, bass and percussion. “Haunted” was well received by music critics.
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7. “Creep” — Radiohead
Halloween music by alternative rock band Radiohead, released on 21 September 1992. Further lyrics express an obsessive, self-destructive sexual attraction. After that “Creep” became an underground hit in California.
8. “Hells Bells” — AC/DC (Halloween music)
The first track of Back in Black in addition seventh studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC. Released on 31 October 1980. “Hells Bells” was used as the entrance music for former Major League Baseball.
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9. “I Put a Spell On You” — Bette Midler
“I Put a Spell on You” is a 1956 song by the late Jalacy “Screamin’ Jay” Hawkins. Certainly, It was performed twice in the 1993 Disney fantasy comedy film Hocus Pocus intending a refined love song.
10. “Thriller” — Michael Jackson
Halloween music by an American singer Michael Jackson was released as a single by Epic Records in November 1983 in the UK. Above all “Thriller” a disco-funk song won a Grammy Award. Written by English songwriter Rod Temperton.
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11. Alice Cooper — “Feed My Frankenstein”
A 1991 song by Alice Cooper on his 19th solo studio album Hey Stoopid, later released as a single in 1992. The highest chart position was number 27 in the UK. After that song was featured in the 1992 film Wayne’s World.
12. Bobby Pickett — “Monster Mash”
It is a 1962 hit novelty song by Bobby Pickett. Released as a single on Gary S. Paxton’s Garpax Records label in August 1962. Moreover ‘Monster Mash’ is the most monstrously catchy of all the Halloween anthems.
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13. ‘Ghost Town’ by The Specials
Released on 12 June 1981, a song by the British two-tone band the Specials. The song spent three weeks at number 1.
14. Stevie Wonder — “Superstition” (Halloween music)
Released on October 24, 1972. However Lead single from his fifteenth studio album, Talking Book. Lyrics describe popular superstitions and their negative effects. Further Reached number one in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.
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15. Rockwell — “Somebody’s Watching Me”
Released by the Motown label in 1984. As a result, became a major commercial success internationally. Song recorded by American singer Rockwell.