10 halloween songs

10 Songs to Listen to This Halloween

Whether you are getting ready to go out and collect some treats or throwing a Halloween party, we can’t forget about setting the vibe for a good Halloween fun time. Apart from getting the costume, decorations, and the movie, you need a ghoul dancing playlist to groove in. Don’t worry if you’re blanking on which songs to play, we’ve create a playlist of 10 to get moving and grooving to ranging from favorite hits to movie soundtracks.

Let’s get the party started!

1) “Thriller” – Michael Jackson  

A party favorite but most likely to listen to during Halloween. A classic to get our thrill and bust out our best Michael Jackson move.

2) “Dead Man’s Party” – Oingo Boingo

Want some 80’s tune mixed in your playlist? “Dead Man’s Party” is the song for; it’s both fun to listen to, move to and have at your shindig.

3) “Monster Bash” – Bobby Pickett

Talk about having a catchy song on your playlist, you can’t miss out on having favorite.  

4) “Zombie” – The Cranberries

What a perfect song and name to have during this time of year and tune into.

5) “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper” – Blue Oyster Cult

Get a taste of a horror culture classic song from the mid-1970’s. Not to mention you can hear in classic horror films like Scream.

6) “I Put a Spell On You” – Bette Midler

We’ve all seen and heard of Hocus Pocus where the Sanderson sisters come back for one night only and Bette Midler’s rendition of “I Put a Spell On You” that has us listening. The perfect way to set the mood before having a bit fun of your own.  

7) “Ghostbusters Theme” – Ray Parker Jr.

We’ve seen both the original and reboot of Ghostbusters and, now, it’s time to join the fun of singing to their theme.  

8) “This is Halloween” – Danny Elfman

Nightmare Before Christmas, the movie you can have and enjoy on two holiday seasons. We can’t forget singing to Jack Skellington’s entrance.

9) “The Addams Family Theme” – Vic Mizzy

The eccentric family we all love and dress up as some point has it’s catchy theme we all snap to.

10) “Jump in the Line” – Beetlejuice Soundtrack

End your night with high spirit song.

What are some your favorite Halloween music themed songs you listen to get your party started or get you for the mood? Tell us in the comments below.

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