One of CCR's greatest hits, this song is as creepy as it is famous. Although the lyrics are bleak, the music is typical CCR and makes for a great Halloween number.
One of the Ozzman's biggest songs is also the perfect Halloween song. It's about this werewolf who dies and his ghost returns, seeking revenge.
Country, the Devil, and the fiddle - three things that make for a classic. You can't miss out on this one.
You can't get more Halloween-y than Rob Zombie driving a replica coffin-car based on Grandpa Munster's 'Koach'.
This track is meant for fun. Watch the crowd smile and laugh when this song plays.
Meant for the headbangers in the house. You can choose either Ozzy's version or even the Motörhead one, they're both great.
This is the Halloween song, meant to be played in the thick of the party. Everyone knows this one and it's easy to groove to it.
This is your failsafe song. If nothing clicks, play this one. Even if someone hasn't heard it yet (quite impossible, but you never know), it's funky enough to loosen people up.
Another useful track to help your guests break the ice and get comfortable. A great nostalgia piece to remember your childhood.
The original track composed by Danny Elfman is good, but I like Manson's version more.
The amount of times you'll be playing this song is just ridiculous. Ridiculous enough to succeed, that is! If you can't make your guests dance when this song starts playing, then I don't know what will. It will be requested by someone again, and again. And again. It just doesn't get old!
Black magic references apart, this is one of Jimi's best works ever. You can have it playing in the background while people arrive to your party and get with the conversations.
This Halloween classic is bound to get people in the mood to socialize.
- Dance of Terror - Manuel De Falla
- Danse Macabre - Camille Saint-Saëns
- Firebird Suite - Stravinsky
- Isle of the Dead Op. 29 - Rachmaninoff
- Le Streghe Op. 8 - Paganini
Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead - The Wizard of Oz
Deep in the Dark Forest - Various Artists
Princess Katie & Racer Steve Halloween Song
Monsters in the Bathroom - Bill Harley
Spongebob Squarepants Theme
Hedwig's Theme - Harry Potter
That's How a Pumpkin Grows - Brian Vogan
Five Little Pumpkins