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13 Most Spooktacular Songs for Halloween

What’s a holiday without music? Whether you’re trick-or-treating, carving pumpkins or creeping around cemeteries, these 13 bits of ear candy are essential to your Halloween playlist. Bite into this batch of some traditional Halloween tunes along with some fresh treats.

1. Thriller- Michael Jackson
Hands down, the most thrilling track of all time.

2. Lose Your Soul- Dead Man’s Bones
Ryan Gosling has a band and you probably didn’t know about it. All the spooky vibes.

3. Ghostbusters- Ray Parker Jr.
The scariest song that ever came on at the roller skating rink.

4. Monster Mash- Bobby “Boris” Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers
This song is a classic. Not including it would be wrong.

5. Superstition- Stevie Wonder
Remember that movie “Haunted Mansion” starring Eddie Murphy?

6. Freaks Come Out At Night- Whodini
The title says it all, and this is especially true on the evening of Halloween.

7. I Want Candy- Aaron Carter
Halloween is all about the candy, and this song couldn’t be more perfect.

8. Somebody’s Watching Me- Rockwell
Because we all feel like all eyes are on us sometimes, specifically when dressed in costume.

9. Kids- Sleigh Bells
It’s creepy, catchy and sweet like candy. What a treat.

10. Hypnotize- The Notorious B.I.G.
Halloween is all about ghosts, ghouls and goblins, right? Here’s to hoping that the spirit of Biggie is still haunting the grounds we grace.

11. Disturbia- Rihanna
So disturbing that it’s totally fitting for Halloween festivities. It’ll make you jump out of your skeleton and dance until your last dying breath.

12. Zombie- The Pretty Reckless
For the dark, depressed and disturbed soul.

13. Monster- Kanye West
Nicki Minaj, need I say more? Scary stuff.

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