Top 5 Spooky Songs For Halloween

These are top 5 Halloween songs to boost the spirit.

Kaylee Vo, Contributor

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       Halloween is just around the corner, impatiently waiting for the candy feast to begin! Is there any other way to celebrate the spooky season than listening to some frightfully good songs to boost the Halloween spirit? Halloween music is great for parties, or just laying back waiting for children to pound on the front door. It makes everything more thrilling and entertaining for people of all ages. Here are some of my personal favorite songs during this spooky holiday. 

  1. “This is Halloween” by Danny Elfman

This spooky song takes part of one of the best Halloween movies we all know today, “The Nightmare Before Christmas”. It was written in 1993 and has remainedRelated image one of the most popular Halloween songs to this day. It gives a ghostly vibe that would make any party ten times better.

  1. “Thriller” by Michael Jackson 

The King of Pop we all know today released this song in 1982. He wrote this song to express his feelings about wanting to become a monster. Whether you are at home or on a road trip, this song is perfect anywhere. 

  1. “Ghostbusters” by Ray Parker Jr.

The Ghostbusters theme song is very well-known to kids and adults. This song makes you want to get up and start dancing to the music. Adults and children love this song because it is super catchy and is extremely hard to get out of your head. 

  1. “Monster Mash” by Bobby “Boris” Pickett & the Crypt-Kickers

The song “Monster Mash” is surely going to be on your DJ’s top ten songs. This song was actually top one on Billboard’s Hot 100 list in 1962 and has kept it’s spot for decades as one of the best Halloween track. 

  1. “Purple People Eater” by Sheb Wooley

Don’t let the title fool you because this song will surely make you stand up and start shaking your hips to the beat. “Purple People Eater” was a very famous song 90’s and had sold 3 million copies in 1958. To add on, it became No.1 pop hit due to its popularity.

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