Are you ready to channel your inner witch or ghost? If you are hosting a party, you will probably need some Halloween essentials like spooky lights, a bomb costume, pumpkins and even some cool looking bats. But to ensure the vibes are there this Halloween, tap in with some of the spookiest records of our time.
I have curated 10 of the best songs to listen to on the scariest night of the year. Check them out below.
- Natasha Elise – House of Horror
Natasha Elise served hellish lyrics in her “House of Horror” single, and honestly, what’s more frightening than that? As she explains, “What could possibly be scarier than a toxic relationship? I’ve always been into horror films, so I took a real-life situation of a bad relationship and wove it into the sounds and feelings of a horror story that people could relate to.” If you wish to have the best Halloween party ever play this hair-raising spooky track.
2. Wallows – Drunk On Halloween
“Drunk on Halloween” is for those who would rather meet a happy ghost. Wallows might have not created an inherently spooky tune, but since it became the anthem of Halloween drunkies’ theme song, it definitely qualifies on the eerie playlist.
3. Lords Of The Underground – Chief Rocka
“Boom shaka laka yo here comes the Chief Rocka!” Lords Of The Underground rocks the party since 1993, and there aren’t any pretenders who can try to compete for the throne.
You need a Halloween reference? Let’s just say that I live for the funk, I die for the funk.
4. HUNNY – Halloween
Well, it’s Halloween, isn’t it? And what’s creepier than overthinking alone at home after a break-up, when everyone is enjoying a Halloween party? Play the rockish-popish HUNNY’s single and get ready to scream that “How do we know how late, it’s too late to still be awake” lines!
5. Siouxie and the Banshees – Halloween
The scariest night of the year would not be completely wicked without Siouxie and the Banashees’ hit! Prepare yourself for these scary lines and go crazy singing “A sweet reminder in the ice-blue nursery of a childish murder of hidden luster”. She also exclaims “trick or Treat, Trick or Treat , the bitter and the sweet!”.
6. Bow Wow Wow – I Want Candy
Trick or treats? Well, Bow Wow Wow wants some candies, so the only tricky thing out here is a spooky beat delivered in the song. This low-key 90’s vibe track is the perfect addition to any fearsome Halloween playlist.
7. Tegan and Sara – Walking with a Ghost
Tegan and Sara served a track for those who prefer their Halloween party to be a little more intimate and chilling than spooky and scary. But anyway, you can celebrate all the dark, atmospheric, moody music creativity with your guests, and maybe even with a ghost.
8. Kim Pertas – There Will Be Blood
Petras is a witch who warns you that there will be blood, and you will not make it through the night, so watch out! Kim explains, “ain’t no prayer that could save you now, ain’t nobody can hear you shout, when I’m pulling you underground (there will be), take a sip from the devil’s cup”.
9. “Weird Al” Yankovic – Nature Trail to Hell
Horror movies would not be the same without spine-chilling sensation from ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic. The woolf-like screaming, ghosts sounds, and hideous stories are making out of “Nature Trail to Hell” a Halloween party deal-stealer.
10. Bobby “Boris” Pickett – Skully Gully
Bobby Pickett will probably make people laugh instead of frightening them but still “Skuppy Gully” is a Halloween-must song. Chill a bit on monster mode, and enjoy this amusing 60’s single from The Original Monster Mash album.
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