Subscriber Account active since. But it can be difficult to organize music for a Halloween event. Luckily, Spotify has released the top-streamed songs on Halloween — and it's the perfect mix of classic novelties and evergreen rock hits. Listen to "Time Warp" here. Listen to "Zombie" here. Listen to "Dead Man's Party" here. Listen to "Bark at the Moon" here.
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The top Halloween song downloads on iTunes today. On the chart you will find essential Halloween music to download including pop, rock, dance, and kids Halloween songs. To download the best selling and most popular Halloween music you must have Apple's iTunes player installed on your system. Chart countdown of the top most popular Halloween songs on iTunes is updated daily. Dying and Crying The Hit Crew. Werewolves Ultimate Horror Sounds. Haunted House Ultimate Horror Sounds. Ghostbusters The Knights of Midnight. Thunder and Lightning The Hit Crew.
19. "Time Warp" by Little Nell, Patricia Quinn, and Richard O'Brien (1973)
Love songs—and the inevitable breakup songs—aren't hard to find, but the ever-elusive, seasonally-on-the-nose Halloween songs deserve some recognition too. From the incredibly explicit Rob Zombie track fitting to his iconic blood-heavy slasher flicks to the wholesome, PG Beck song about scarecrows, there's quite a large market of Halloween-ready jams. Whether you're cool with some gore or you edge closer toward a family-friendly cat costume when the 31st hits, here are our favorite picks for your Halloween party playlist. Though Simone's rendition is a cover of Jay Hawkins's original, her haunting voice makes this iteration downright bewitching, spellbinding us centuries later. For partiers who "ain't afraid of no ghosts," blast this iconic '80s theme song. You can't do Halloween without Rocky Horror, especially if it includes its own dance. Whether you do know all the moves or not, this one's an essential Halloween track. On this howling pop anthem, Shakira puts her own seductive spin on moonlit folklore. Before its bass line was interpolated by Selena Gomez , this was a perfectly eerie '70s rock classic.
Every holiday has its own festive music. And while Halloween may not have the vast number of holiday songs like Christmas does, it still has quite a few. Some of these songs are simply not played outside the season. But as the leaves start to turn, these songs are played over and over again.