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Monster Movie Fan - Necromantix*
Walk Like a Zombie - HorrorPops*
This Is Halloween - Panic At The Disco
Lake of Fire - Meat Puppets
The Boogie Monster - Gnarls Barkley
Frankenstein - New York Dolls
Black Widow - Dolores O'Riordan
Beautiful Nightmare - Beyonce
Bone House - The Dead Weather
Burn The Witch - Queens of the Stoneage
Calling All Skeletons - Alkaline Trio
Creeps for Cushing - Captain Clegg and The Night Creatures*
Damned If She Do - The Kills
Dead Souls - NIN
Dig Up Her Bones - The Misfits*
Pumpkinhead - The Misfits*
Devil's Dancefloor - Flogging Molly
Dracula - Gorillaz
Evil Night Together - Jill Tracy
Female of the Species - Space
Spooky Girlfriend - Elvis Costello
Who's That Creepin' - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
Sticks and Stones - The Pierces
Halloween Girl - Blue Ash
Skeleton Rock - Frenzy
Spirit Got Lost - Mental as Anything
The Kill (Bury Me) - 30 Seconds To Mars
Love Me Dead - Ludo
Would You Be So Hot - The Damned*


*groups with this indicate that they have multiple songs in their library that would be good for a Halloween party, but give them a listen for level of appropriateness considering ages of party-goers.
 

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Here are some suggestions:

Comin' Back For More--CW McCall
This Is Halloween- from The Nightmare Before Christmas
Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes-by Lewis Lee
Spooky Scary Skeletons-by Andrew Gold
Intro/All Hail The Horror Host-by The Creeping Cruds
The Hearse Song-by Harley Poe
Dead Man's Party-by Oingo Boingo
Cannibal Buffet-by Voltaire
Devil Woman-by Cliff Richard
Island Of Zombie Women-by The Horatii
Welcome To My Nightmare-by Alice Cooper
The Werewolves of London-by Warren Zevon
Scary Movies-by The Fools

You could introduce them to the classic Monster Mash by Bobby "Boris" Pickett.

And if you want to go with some more whimsical choices:

Attack Of The Radioactive Hamsters From A Planet Near Mars-by Weird Al Yankovich

The Cockroach That Ate Cincinnatti-by Rose and the Arrangement


Spiders Are Fun-by Davey Dickens


You should also check out a group called "Witches In Bikinis". They have a few good kid-friendly songs..Dear Doctor Frankenstein, Cemetery Boogie ,and Hold Me, My Little Ghostie come to mind.
 

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Literally anything by Kristen Lawrence, such as:
https://youtu.be/j_Twcm2VySg

Also, literally anything by Jill Tracy, like:
https://youtu.be/y3uJEiDETKE

Any number of songs by Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands, specifically October and You Are My Sunshine.
https://youtu.be/9YBuDKiwBog

Beats Antique's Beezlebub (they also have a very fun remix of the old Disney short Skeleton Dance):
https://youtu.be/ZHVEqsyitwE

This Way To the Egress has a lot of fun songs. A lot of them are about murder or madness.
https://youtu.be/5TIRkZXXwb0

Lose Your Soul by Dead Man's Bones:
https://youtu.be/rnEkboR86h0

Bottom of the River by Delta Rae:
https://youtu.be/bimam2j2gEg

Halloween by Siouxsie and the Banshees:
https://youtu.be/uBGvApbc47A

Little Ghost by The White Stripes:
https://youtu.be/SJYH77qSf98

If you want to go old-school, Artie Shaw's Nightmare is timeless:
https://youtu.be/-W59FzOwYIs

Tom Waits' music might be a little grown-up for a kids' party, but he has a lot of great stuff. Alice is a good album to check out. I also love the hell out of this song: https://youtu.be/45JdWBfLsA8
 

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The Atomic Fireballs - Man with the Hex

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The Radium Cats - Pink Hearse

The Radium Cats - Let it Rot

Charles Sheffield - Voodoo Working

Black Jake and The Carnies - Bone Man

Johnny Otis - Castin' My Spell

The Suburbs - Rattle My Bones
 

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The Lillingtons - Zombies

Chris Isaak - Voodoo

Robert Cray - Trick or Treat

The Aquabats - The Cat With Two Heads (or alternately, Attacked by Snakes)

The Brian Setzer Orchestra - Hoodoo Voodoo Doll

They Might Be Giants - Turn Around

Shivaree - Goodnight Moon
 

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"Vampire Soiree" - Electra Spectre and the Gravediggers ;) It's on iTunes. The backing track is originally from the vintage Ronald Stein Film Score, the vocals are new.
 

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When my nephews and I were kids, my older sister used to sing a Tom Lehrer song for us about a girl who kills off her family. We loved it! "Rickety-Tickety-Tin" is macabre and funny at the same time.
 
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