21 Halloween Music For Your 2021 Halloween Party

 Halloween Music

Ho-ho! The horror! The horrific time of the year finally knocking on the door. It’s time to gather Halloween music for heavy monster mash at your Halloween party. This year, on October 31st, Sunday night is going to be your best ever fun-day night. So park your broom, take your seat and read this full article. We carefully handpicked 21 Halloween music that is super catchy and ultimate fun as hell but also have a dark and spooky flavor which could be ideal for your Halloween playlist.

You can get this playlist on our Youtube channel.

A fantastic costume, a great collection of horror movies, and the best selection of Halloween music are essential for having a successful Halloween Bash. This 21 Halloween music list is a great collection of the spookiest and creepiest flavors. No matter how old you are, this audio track will give you the taste of spine-chilling thrill, which will get you moving on the dance floor. So, without further ado, scroll down to find 21 Spooktacular Halloween songs.

  1. Thriller by Michael Jackson

 

The King of Pop Michael Jackson’s Thriller is all-time famous. It’s one of the most iconic music video ever and still hits the top of the Halloween playlist.

  1. “Monster Mash” - Bobby (Boris) Pickett

 

This novelty song was released just before 1962 Halloween and quickly reached No.1 on the billboard. The monster's mash crushed the heart of the audience like a graveyard smash. It's an essential Halloween classic for all times.

  1. ‘this is Halloween’ By Danny Elfman

Danny Elfman wrote the lyrics and music for "This Is Halloween.It’s a song from the 1993 film, "Nightmare Before Christmas". It introduces the town’s Halloween-centered lifestyle, and this film was performed by the residents of the fictional "Halloween Town".

  1. ‘Ghostbusters’ -Ray Parker Jr.

 

This spooky song is written and music performed by American musician Ray Park Jr. He also known as a record producer and actor.

  1. Somebody's Watching Me by Rockwell (1984)

 

This is Rockwell's debut single, featuring King of Pop Michael Jackson as a guest vocalist and also his brother Jermaine Jackson played the chorus. This eerie song's music video is reminiscent of a mini-horror film, complete with ghostly apparitions and zombies. 

  1. Disney Halloween Mashup (feat. Voctave)

 

This Disney Halloween mashup is featured by Voctave and it’s a great theme song for Halloween.

  1. Anthem from (US) By Michael Abels

This spooky song was composed by Michael Abels for the Psychological thriller “Us”. He said that he intended the opening music to sound like an evil march and he nailed it totally.

  1. “Bury a Friend" — Billie Eilish

 

Are you looking for something modern in your playlist? Billie Eilish's latest hit is the ideal dark pop music that is both catchy and bone-chilling. 

  1. “Monster" — by Kanye West

 

This hip-hop tracked was collaborated by a lot of musicians. This horror-filled song is perfect for Halloween. 

  1. “Dracula’s Wedding” (ft kelis) by OutKast

 

Get terrified with this horror song and make your castle haunted. 

  1. “Dead Man's Party” - Oingo Boingo

 

American new wave band Oingo Boingo’s fifth album ‘Dead man’s party’ was released in 1985. This album song was written by Danny Elfman.

  1. "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" by Blue Öyster Cult (1976)

 

The American rock band Blue Oyster cult released their album ‘Agents of fortune’ in 1976 which included the song ‘The reaper’. This song was written and sung by lead guitarist Donald Roeser. 

  1. "Highway to Hell" by AC/DC (1979)

 

The Australian Rock band AC/DC released their album “Highway to Hell” in 1979. This album is widely considered as their most classic. if you're planning an '80s-themed party, it’s impossible not to dance to this spooky song. 

  1. “Werewolves Of London”- Warren Zevon

 

American singer and songwriter Warren Zevon performed this rock song in his third solo album ‘Excitable Boy’ in 1978. This horror song was top in ‘40 Us hit’ and also reached the number 21 in ‘Billboard hot 100’ on that may.

  1. A Nightmare On My Street -DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince

 

This hip-hop mix horror theme song was intentionally made for a party-friendly ghost story. This 80’s Hip-hop and Halloween still go so well together.

  1. "Psycho Killer" by Talking Heads (1977)

 

‘The Talking Heads band’ composed this scary song from the perspective of a murderer, and there's no doubting that the chorus is incredibly terrifying.

  1. “Sympathy For The Devil” - The Rolling Stones

 

This horror song is performed by the English rock band ‘The rolling stone’.It is widely regarded as one of the greatest songs of the popular music period and has been on many best-of lists.

  1. Dark Horse — Katy Perry ft. Juicy J

 

“Dark horse” was sung by American singer Katy Perry and it was released in 2013. In interviews, she said wanted to have a ‘witchy, spell-y kind of black magic-y vibe in the song. So she wrote it from the viewpoint of a witch. She totally nailed it and this music video is an absolute masterpiece.

  1. “Season of the witch” - Donovan

 

Scottish singer-songwriter Donovan released this scary track 'Season of the witch' in 1966 on his third solo album.

  1. “Get your freak on” by Missy Elliot

 

This song is sung by American artist Missy Elliot and released in 2001. ‘Get your freak on’ was ranked number 7 on the ‘US Billboard 100’ chart at that time.

  1. “I Put a Spell On You" by Bette Midler

 

I put a spell on you and now you're mine. You can't stop the things I do. Sound scary, doesn’t it? Haha 

I’m pretty sure that you have saved well enough for your Halloween party from this great collection. Seems like you’re a music-loving person and planning for having a whole house Halloween party. So you might be interested in something which can help you to play whole-house music simultaneously, easily and wirelessly. I have a good recommendation for you on that.  

The Arylic music system can completely meet your demands and can make your Halloween party easy and enjoyable. Arylic’s devices come with both stereo and mono mode, with a great easy setup and control functionality. You can simply play your whole house music over BlueTooth, Wifi, and Airplay. Playing music from smartphone is fun through 4Stream App, It supports a huge list of streaming services like Spotify, Amazon Music, Tidal, Deezer, Qobuz, Napster, TuneIn, Internet Radio, and iHeart Radio. The most exciting thing is, these arylic’s devices are inexpensive and also come with great sound quality that audiophiles like.

Let me give you a quick view of the advantages.

  1. Support WIFI & Bluetooth streaming
  2. Support Airplay, Spotify Connect, DLNA, UPNA protocols
  3. Support Spotify, Amazon Music, Tidal, Deezer, Qobuz, Napster, TuneIn, Internet Radio, and iHeart Radio.
  4. Support local files, USB Storage, and NAS streaming
  5. Multiroom/multizone streaming

What’s more, we also have EQ adjustment on our 4stream app which can spice up your Halloween party more immersive. Check our ACPWorkbench tuning tool that can tune your favorite EQ on our system, which may give you a more horrify feeling in the party with the deep bass!

The experience of Arylic devices can be rich and multilayered as you like. Interested? Dig well and discover more from Arylic’s preamplifier, Amplifier, and DIY Board page.

And you can get this playlist on our Youtube channel.

Welcome to share us with your Halloween playlist or Halloween Party songs, we will keep update and share to others together!

Goblin wishes you a Happy Howl-a-day and a spooktacular Halloween! Hahaha😊

 

 


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