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    Default Top Ten Halloween Tunes

    I need new music for my halloween party and thought it might be interesting to know other folks top 10 favorite halloween tunes[}]

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    I say that the Beetlejuice theme has to be up there in the top 3.
    My top 3, (cant think of 10! lol):
    1. Bettlejuice
    2. Crypt Keeper Theme
    3. Halloween theme, (of course - a classic).

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    And I just pray the sprinklers wont turn on.

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    How about these:

    1- "This Is Hallowe'en" from Nightmare Before X-mas.
    2- Grim Grinning Ghosts. The theme from Disney's Haunted Mansion.
    3- Opening Track from "The Phantom of The Opera". A real Classic.

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    I'm making my party music as we speak, and can give you my top ten Halloween party songs!!

    1.Monster Mash (Obviously)
    2. Purple People Eater
    3. The Blob
    4. Feed my Frankenstein
    5. Bark at the Moon
    6. Dragula
    7. Ray Stevens - Haunted House
    8. Cranberries - Zombie
    9. Witchy Woman
    10. Don't Fear the Reaper


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    1. Living Dead Girl - Rob Zombie
    2. Feed My Frankenstein - ALice Cooper
    3. Dead Man's Party - Oingo Boingo
    4. Pet Semetary - Ramones
    5. Devil in My Car - B52's
    6 . Welcome to my Nightmare - Alice Cooper
    7. House of 1000 corpses - Rob Zombie
    8. Werewolf of London - Warren Zevon (?)
    9. Creature from the Black Lagoon - Can't remember the artist - from the "New Wave Halloween" cd.
    10. Devil Man - Rob Zombie
    11. Cold Alice - Alice Cooper
    12. Eaten by the Monster of Love - Sparks

    I know you just said 10. But I couldn't help myself.

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    Thanks for the graet ideas folks. I'd forgotten all about Sparks, used to love thier tunes[}] I never heard any Rob Zombie but I am definately going to try some his music[}]

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    Sorry for the spelling mistakes, I've been lobotomized by small children[:I]

    Those who feel they are touched by madness, sit down next to me.
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    My top ten - in no particular order because I had a hard enough time just limiting it to 10

    Zombie Zoo - Tom Petty
    Don't Fear the Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult
    Dracula Cha Cha Cha - Bruno Martino
    Halloween Dance - Reverend Horton Heat
    Zombie Jamboree - Rockapella
    Little Red Riding Hood - Sam the Sham
    My Son, The Vampire - Allan Sherman
    Spooky - Classics IV
    The Munsters Theme - Rob Zombie
    Marie Laveau - Bobby Bare

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    Didn't know about the Ray Stevens song, will have to check that out!

    Don't have a top 10 (SO stealing ideas from HERE!), but

    - Don't Fear the Reaper
    - Dead Man's Party
    - Hall of the Mountain King
    - Munster's Theme

    Can anyone recommend a couple of good collections to buy?

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    Melissa, definitely get that Ray Stevens song. It's really catchy and one of my favorites!

    "Howdy folks! Ya like blood, violence, freaks of nature?" -- Capt. Spaulding, House of 1000 Corpses

 

 
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