Halloween songs

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  1. Force Flow

    Force Flow Barefoot on the Moon! Staff Member

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    I've been looking for Halloween songs to play at a Halloween Parade I'm helping out with. I'm pretty much out of ideas. Here's the major tunes I have:

    Monster Mash
    Purple People Eater
    Ghostbusters (Main Theme)
    Beetlejuce (Main Theme)
    Thriller

    I know it seems to be a little early to be thinking of this, but I need to get it done so that's it's ready a week or so before Halloween night. I greatly appreciate any suggestions.
     
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    Oingo Boingo "Dead Man's Party?"
     
  3. Iman74

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    Oh I heard one once and I thought it was hilarious, I'm not into R&B but I had to admit this was a good halloween song.

    I don't remember the name of the guy but it was that black guy that was on the show "Fresh Prince of Bellaire, Men in Black", you know who I am talking about? Anyway, the song is called "A Nightmare On My Street" it has clips from Freddy Krueger and stuff.
    You can always buy those compulation cd's as well.
     
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    Force Flow Barefoot on the Moon! Staff Member

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    I haven't had any luck with those compulation CD's. The ones I seem to find unsually just have corny songs on them. You know, little kid stuff. Just fluffy songs. Nothing with a good beat or good scare.
     
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    LOL Will Smith

    Everytime i hear a song from Britney Spears it scares the bajezus out of me and I have to run and hide!!!! Scary Stuff there... :p
     
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    Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells (Theme from The Exorcist)
     
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    AC/DC "Hells Bells"
    Iron Maiden "Number of the Beast"
    Black Sabbath

    Hmmm, maybe not really Haloween, more devil worship:rolleyes:
     
  8. Force Flow

    Force Flow Barefoot on the Moon! Staff Member

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    O Beachian, you're probably right. I've heard a few of "Black Sabbith's" songs, and quite frankly, they scare me.

    Thanks for the suggestions, guys! Do you have any more? I could certainly use them. ;)
     
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    Jaws theme song. God I hate sharks!!!!!
     
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    Whodini's "Haunted House of Rock"
     
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    did somebody say britney spears? what a babe....(loses himself in thought)...
     
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    i think the theme from halloween is scarry, and the theme from the exorcist.

    for like parties, though, i agree with force_flow2002. but add transelvania 6500.
     
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    Blob - The Five Blobs
    Ghostbusters - Ray Parker Jr.
    Twilight Zone - Neil Norman
    Addams Family (Main Theme)
    I Put a Spell on You - Screamin' Jay Hawkins
    Attack of the Killer Tomatoes - Lewis Lee
    Martian Hop - The Ran-Dells
    Little Red Riding Hood - Sam The Sham And The Pharaoh's
    Haunted House - Jumpin' Gene Simmons
    Witchy Woman - Eagles
    Werewolves in London
    I'm your Boogie Man
    Witch Doctor - David Seville And The Chipmunks


    Hope I got the artists right. And I hope this helps.
     

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