Do you need the perfect Halloween playlist?
Whether you are driving to your favorite Halloween haunt, in the kitchen making spooktacular goodies, or entertaining guests with a Halloween party, the perfect Halloween playlist is required for October festivities. The challenge with predetermined playlists is the tracks do not always transition to fit the occasion. For example, you would not want cartoon theme songs to pop up in the middle of and adult Halloween party.
We have created this list of Halloween songs intended for adults that enjoyed the 80’s and 90’s with a few traditional songs that belong on every Halloween playlist. You will also find a few Rock songs to appease your inner Goth.
Let’s Haunt Tonight Volume 1
|1||He’s Back||Alice Cooper|
|3||Somebody’s Watching Me||Rockwell|
|4||Monster Mash||Bobby “Boris” Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers|
|5||Freaks Come Out At Night||Whodini|
|6||Ghostbusters||Ray Parker Jr.|
|7||(Don’t Fear) The Reaper||Blue Oyster Cult|
|8||A Nightmare On My Street||DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince|
|11||The Purple People Eater||Sheb Wooley|
|12||Season of the Witch||Donovan|
|13||Werewolves of London||Warren Zevon|
|15||I Put a Spell On You||Screamin’ Jay Hawkins|
|16||Surfin’ Dead||The Cramps|
|17||Comfort in the Grave||Vision Video|
|18||Time Warp||Little Nell, Patricia Quinn & Richard O’Brien|
|19||Bad Moon Rising||Creedence Clearwater Revival|
|20||The Ballad of Peter Pumpkinhead||Crash Test Dummies|
A good Halloween playlist can make or break your Halloween party. Music sets the tone, creates an ambiance, and can help everyone feel festive and spooky. Whether you prefer classic Halloween tunes or more contemporary tracks, there’s something out there for everyone.
We’ve compiled a list of some of the most iconic and spine-chilling songs to create the ultimate Halloween playlist. From “Thriller” by Michael Jackson to “Monster Mash” by Bobby Pickett, these songs will definitely get you in the Halloween spirit.
Remember, a good Halloween playlist is not just about the songs themselves, but also about the order in which they’re played. A well-curated playlist can take your party to the next level and keep the energy high all night long.
We hope that this playlist has inspired you to create your own Halloween playlist and has given you some great ideas for songs to include. If you have any suggestions for Volume 2, be sure to leave them in the comments below.
So, grab your favorite Halloween costume, turn up the volume, and get ready to dance the night away to some spooky tunes. Happy haunting, and may your Halloween be filled with plenty of tricks and treats!
If you have a subscription to Apple Music, you can find my playlist in the link below.
This playlist isn’t just for Halloween. It is perfect for any spooky occasion or creepy party.