Halloween Music

Are you having a Halloween Party? Discuss ideas here!
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Re: Halloween Music

Postby StationeryGuy » Tue Sep 16, 2008 1:57 pm

I posted this elsewhere today as well and it isn't for everyone but if you like 80s alternative: Everyday is Like Halloween by Ministry is a favorite of mine.

Oingo Boingo mentioned earlier is a favorite as well

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Re: Halloween Music

Postby Pumpkin_Man » Wed Sep 24, 2008 11:18 am

"Dance McCabre," "Phantom of the Opera" and "Tocata & Fuge in D Minor' are three songs that come to mind when I think of Halloween or scary music.

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Re: Halloween Music

Postby Ghost Spider » Fri Oct 10, 2008 8:05 am

http://www.ilovewavs.com/Holidays/Hallo ... nMusic.htm
You can go there and find lots of Halloween party music.I used Tonight is Halloween
in my video invitation to my friends.Really awesome,not very frightful but pretty cool

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Re: Halloween Music

Postby nightdance » Tue Oct 21, 2008 10:02 am

hey, on the brows for some new stuff you should definitely ckeck this blog, they listed only the new and rare party music http://halloweenpartybeats.blogspot.com

My fav on here are
Halloween Jump by B2DANCE, you can do a special jump dance on this one we had lots of fun with this last year, learn it here http://www.fameblvd.com/b2/JUMP.htm

Party Freaks by Party Freaks is on an album titled iTeens dance party a playlist on iTunes.

Is this house haunted by Poddy, this funny cartoon has his own blog here http://onlinesuperstar.blogspot.com

Haunted House by B2DANCE, already a classic (?) you hear it almost everywhere during the haunted season.. (you can listen to the song for free on napster if you are in the US)
but all can be downloaded on iTunes

Have a great party !!

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Re: Halloween Music

Postby Castle » Fri Oct 29, 2010 6:02 pm

Alright, I've got a small list here of music and I need to add some stuff.
I'm looking for 80's music, metal, or disco. Pretty much anything no one will take seriously. Here's what I've got so far.

Killer Klowns From Outer Space - The Dickies
The Night - Disturbed
Avoid the Light - Pantera
Boogie Man - KC and the Sunshine Band
Nymphetamine - Cradle of Filth
Somebody's Watchin'g Me - Rockwell
Can't Touch This - MC Hammer (had to)
The Humpty Dance - Digital Underground (again, had to)
Megadeth - Go to Hell
Sun Doesn't Rise - Mushroomhead
Medicine Man - Pantera
Progenies of The Great Apolcalypse - Dimmu Borgir
Maaaaybe the Ghostbusters theme song.

And no... please no Thriller. I'm sick of that song.
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Re: Halloween Music

Postby Miss Monster » Fri Oct 29, 2010 8:31 pm

Off the top of my head..

Hells Bells - ACDC
House of 1000 Corpses - Rob Zombie
Shout at the Devil - Motley Crue
Bat Country - Avenged Sevenfold
Oogie Boogie Song - Tiger Army

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Re: Halloween Music

Postby writerpatrick » Sat Oct 30, 2010 6:17 am

I've played a bunch of podsafe ones in my podcasts. I should be posting the final episode of Blue Hot Gossip's 13 Days of Halloween today.

Podcast Ping: (http://podcastping.blogspot.com)

Oct. 2007-2008
Rebuilds are rebuilds of 2007 recordings.

http://podcastping.blogspot.com/2008_10_19_archive.html

http://podcastping.blogspot.com/2008/10/podcast-ping-21-spooky-stanzas-rebuild.html

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http://podcastping.blogspot.com/2008/10/podcast-ping-bonus-10-waking-dead.html

Podcast Ping's 13 Days of Halloween (Oct 2009)

http://podcastping.blogspot.com/2009_10_18_archive.html

http://podcastping.blogspot.com/2009_10_25_archive.html


Blue Hot Gossip (http://bluehotgossip.blogspot.com):

Oct. 2009

http://www.archive.org/download/TheBlueHotGossipComedyShow13/bhgcs13.mp3

Blue Hot Gossip's 13 Days of Halloween (2010)

http://bluehotgossip.blogspot.com/2010_10_01_archive.html

Among the songs:

Jonathan Coulton-Skullcrusher Mountain
Paul and Storm-Live
Tom Smith-Zombie Pirates In Love
Paul and Storm-Cruel Cruel Moon
jack erdie-Pumpkin With a Face (a truly creepy song)
Jo Flanders-Ghost Dance
Jemima Bullock-the ghost
The Tsunami Experiment-The Ghost of Dragstrip Hollow (if you like the CG OST mixes you'll probably like this one)
Tom Smith-Coulrophobia
Savant Trigger-The Unknown Halloween Version
Big John Bates-I Got The Creeps
Johnny O and the Jerks-Zombie Love Affair
Tom Smith-Blue Screen of Death
The Coffinshakers-Halloween
All of Ustaxable Gypsies-The Grave
Embertime-Spooky Fractal Magic
The Pumpkin Grave - the Martians
Zombie Werewolf Alien Vampire Monsters
A Rabbit For Halloween
Ghost In Room 11
Giant Monster
Lame Monster Party
Vampires Of The West Coast
With Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm
Live
Sheep Marketing
Edisto Swamp Monster
PC Halloween
Monster Polka
Monster Beach (Phantom) Surf Party * (A mix of someone else's instrumental with my lyrics)
Munster Beat by Martinibomb and the Coconut Monkeyrocket

plus those for the current 13 Days of Halloween (I didn't have a list handy)

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Re: Halloween Music

Postby metallica_87 » Thu Feb 17, 2011 8:13 pm

Here's mine, this was last years updated playlist for the day:


AC/DC:
Hells Bells
Back In Black
Night Prowler
Highway to Hell
Spellbound
If You Want Blood (You've Got It)
Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be

Alice Cooper:
Along came A Spider (Album)
Killer (Album)
Welcome To My Nightmare (Album)

Amon Amarth:
With Oden On Our Side (Album)

Anthrax:
Among The Living
Medusa
Deathrider
Belly of the Beast
Now Its Dark
Finale
What Doesn't Die

Baron Daemon:
The Transylvania Twist

Black Sabbath:
Black Sabbath (Album)
Paranoid (Album)
Master of Reality (Album)
Heaven & Hell (Album)
Mob Rules (Album)
Born Again (Album)
Selling My Soul (Bonus studio song from the Reunion live album w/Ozzy)
Psycho Man (Bonus studio song from the Reunion live album w/Ozzy)
The Devil Cried (Bonus new song on The Best of Black Sabbath: The Dio Years)
Shadow of the Wind (Bonus new song on The Best of Black Sabbath: The Dio Years)

Corrosion of Conformity:
Shake Like You
Dance of the Dead

Danzig:
Danzig I (Album)
Danzig II (Album)
Danzig III (Album)
Danzig IV (Album)

Diamond Head:
Am I Evil?

Dio:
Evil or Divine: Live From New York City (Album)

Dokken:
Dream Warriors
Into The Fire

Exodus:
Bonded By Blood (Album)
Tempo of the Damned (Album)
Let There Be Blood (Album)

Godsmack:
Voodoo
Vampires

Heaven & Hell:
Fear
Bible Black
Eating The Cannibals
Breaking Into Heaven

Helloween:
Halloween
A Tale That Wasn't Right
Dr. Stein
I'm Alive
Twilight of the Gods

Iced Earth:
Horror Show (Album)

Iron Maiden:
Number of The Beast (Album)
Powerslave
The Clairvoyant
Can I Play With Madness
Fear of The Dark
Killers
Murders In The Rue Morgue
Transylvania
Iron Maiden
Ghost of Navigator
Be Quick Or Be Dead
Prowler
Phantom of the Opera
Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter
Twilight Zone
Purgatory
Children of the Damned
Total Eclipse

Judas Priest:
The Green Manalishi
Hellbent For Leather
The Ripper
Tyrant
Beyond The Realms of Death
Hell Patrol
Deal With The Devil
Prophecy
Nostradamus
Cathedral Spires
Death Row
Blood Stained
Hell Is Home
Bloodsuckers
Burn In Hell
A Touch of Evil
Nightcrawler

King Diamond
Blood To Walk
Abigail
The Family Ghost
The Possession
Give Me Your Soul

Kiss:
God of Thunder
Creatures of the Night
War Machine
Unholy
Black Diamond

Machine Head:
The Blackening (Album)

Megadeth:
Hook In Mouth
Devil's Island
Hangar 18
Mary Jane
Tornado of Souls
She Wolf
The Conjuring
Bad Omen
Wake Up Dead
Five Magics
Killing Is My Buisness....... And Business is Good
Crown of Worms
When
This Was My Life
Ashes In Your Mouth

Mercyful Fate:
Melissa (Album)
Don't Break The Oath (Album)
The Mercyful Fate EP (Or The Begining as its now called)

Metallica:
The Four Horsemen
Phantom Lord
Creeping Death
Ride The Lighting
Fade To Black
The Call of Ktulu
The Thing That Should Not Be
Leper Messiah
One
The Shortest Straw
Harvester of Sorrow
The Frayed Ends of Sanity
Enter Sandman
My Friend of Misery
Devil's Dance
All Nightmare Long

The Misfits:
Collection I and II (Albums)



Ozzy Osbourne:
Bark At The Moon
Waiting For Darkness
Mr. Crowley
Hellraiser
Zombie Stomp
Party With The Animals
The Ultimate Sin
Black Rain

OverKill:
Horrorscope (Album)

Pantera:
Medicine Man
Message In Blood
The Sleep
Cowboys From Hell
Shedding Skin
10's
Suicide Note Part I
I'll Cast A Shadow
Avoid The Light
By Demons Be Driven

Rob Zombe:
Whole solo catalog

Saxon:
Princess of the Night
Crusader
Heavy Metal Thunder


Sepultura:
Arise (Album)
Beneath The Remains (Album)
Chaos A.D. (Album)

Slayer:
Cult
Bloodline
Raining Blood
Spirit In Black
Dead Skin Mask
Seasons In The Abyss
Skeletons of Society
Evil Has No Boundries
The Antichrist
Black Magic

Soundgarden:
Black Hole Sun
Fell On Black Days
Fresh Tendrils

Vinnie Vincent Invasion:
Love Kills (Soundtrack to A Nightmare on Elm St 4)

W.A.S.P.:
Animal
L.O.V.E Machine
Tormentor
The Torture Never Stops

Wade Denning & Kay Lande:
Halloween: Games, Songs and Stories
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Re: Halloween Music

Postby Castle » Thu Sep 15, 2011 9:15 pm

Came across this song a while back, but now that I think about it, it's a pretty good Halloween song especially with the music video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyPG0Ohl8g8
Kinda reminds me of Iron Maiden.
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Re: Halloween Music

Postby metallica_87 » Wed Oct 05, 2011 1:39 pm

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Re: Halloween Music

Postby Pumpkin_Man » Tue Mar 27, 2012 11:55 am

There is a lot of traditional scary music out there, but I recently rediscoverd a less traditional but creepy sounding CD that I bought way back in 1985. It's the music sound track to the movie "Escape from New York." That music really gives you a very creepy sense of an abandoned city, now a jail.

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Re: Halloween Music

Postby Pumpkin56 » Tue Mar 27, 2012 1:44 pm

Pumpkin_Man wrote: There is a lot of traditional scary music out there, but I recently rediscoverd a less traditional but creepy sounding CD that I bought way back in 1985. It's the music sound track to the movie "Escape from New York." That music really gives you a very creepy sense of an abandoned city, now a jail.

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I'm gonna look that up. If it's as creepy as you suggest, that would probably work well in certain types of haunts.

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Re: Halloween Music

Postby Pumpkin_Man » Mon Jul 02, 2012 1:14 pm

You might want to check out the movie if you can find it. It should be on Netflix. It's not a typical Halloween story, but does have some creepy sounding music in it. Particularly the opening theme, but it doesnt give you the sense of haunted type forboding, but rather, a futuristic nightmare type of forboding. The basic premise of the Escape from New York story is that the entire island of Manhattan for some reason or another is walled in and transformed into a prison. Some one who committs a serious crime is basicaly dropped in there to fend for him or her self. You see all the familiar land marks one would expect to see in New York City, only it's over run by America's worst criminals. It's a great story, all though very dated. It came out in the early 80s, and the story takes place in the 90s, so it's not really a futuristic story so much any more. The music, as I said before, is very creepy.

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Re: Halloween Music

Postby Pumpkin56 » Tue Jul 03, 2012 5:53 am

When you mentioned that the music kind of gives a sense of abandonment, it kind of reminded me of 28 Days Later at the beginning when Jim leaves the hospital and is wandering around London just completely bewildered by how desolate it is. The music that plays in that scene is by Godspeed You! Black Emperor, I believe. I want to say the song is called East Hastings, but it's been quite a long time since I listened to it, so my memory is a bit fuzzy...


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