Seriously? Terrible article, bad selection of tedious links. Yawn I don't think I could suggest any better, because really such things don't exist. Ghost busters and thriller, that is your list, the rest just don't. I don't really blame the person who wrote collated this list, but I blame their editor who said "go find me..." and then saw fit to put it on the website.
The 20 best Halloween songs of all time
All other lists are wrong
Fri Oct 28 2011
It's that time of year again, and before you don your costume and hit the town for a night you'll never forget, be sure to throw on this playlist of the best Halloween songs of all time.
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"Bustin' at 'Em" by Waka Flocka Flame
This isn't a Halloween song per se, but the message of the song is very clearly that Waka Flocka will turn you into a ghost. Plus, during the second half of the video, he dresses up at Anton Chigurh from No Country for Old Men.
"Big Bad Wolf" by Tech N9ne
Ever hoped someone would rap a song from the perspective of the the Big Bad Wolf? How about a song that did so while sampling Soft Cell? Tecca Nina's got you covered.
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This is the wackest compilation of tracks ever put together. Do you seriously have Monster Mash and Waka Flocka's Bustin at Em on the same list and not to mention two songs apart. WTF are you smoking dude! Bro this list should get a negative 5star rating.
Its ok, its modern more than appropriate. Lets go back to the classics as well. Check this top 20 list out on the TellMeMoreMan blog http://tellmemoreman.com/?p=999
Heads Will Roll by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Disturbia by Rihanna should have been on this list. Those songs are really great for Halloween.
Very good selection. I especially like "Monster Mash" because it's good for the kids. I have had a hard time finding great Halloween songs for kids, but here are two that my children absolutely love. "Halloween Night" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hu_Tpf_yGuo "Spooky Spooky https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPRaY5QWKIk
You could probably include so much from Ozzy Osbourne and Black Sabbath, but specifically the sound of "Mr. Crowley" and thematically "Bark at the Moon" and "Hellraiser." Alice Cooper's "Poison" and ""Feed My Frankenstein" fits those categories as well. The sound of "Moving In Stereo" by the Cars. "Zombies Everywhere" by Karate High School. "Lil' Red Riding Hood" by Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs...
A very good Halloween Michael Jackson Thriller Remix: http://snd.sc/WfwQdi cheers
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Where is Blue Oyster Cult's "Don't Fear The Reaper"? Also if you want to to add some 50's and 60's schmaltz to this list, you should've added "Wooly Bully" or at least "Lil' Red Ridin' Hood" both by Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs or Flying Purple Eater by Sheb Wooley? And nothing by Alice Cooper? And why oh why is "Mr. Overrated" number one your list? I do agree about Screamin' Jay and Bauhaus but they should be higher! Also where is CCR's bad Moon Rising?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkSdLRurfbc&feature=plcp Watch this..... this is creepier than most of the above
Many of the songs on this list are not good. Techno junk, rap music full of swear words. A few are classics but many should not be on this list.
Well done Team TONY .... Bang on trend and bang on tune ! Sadly DJ Nate and Tech N9ne wrong blood type for Spotify .... Any suggestions to replace ..... And thank you Sopphie Harris for bringing this to the attention of her London Massive !
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