Take a look at the below list of Top 10 Best Halloween Party Songs of All Time till 2017. Halloween is the most haunting time of the year. While Halloween is a holiday that is known for its chills and thrills; it is not a day known for music. However, there are some pretty good Halloween songs that people can listen to and get through the night. Here is a presentation of the best Halloween party songs of all time.
List of Top 10 Best Halloween Party Songs of All Time till 2017
10. Highway to Hell by AC/DC
Highway to Hell debuted in 1979 and it quickly became an underground hit. The song only charted at the 47th position on the Billboard chart. The song might not charted as high as it probably should have but it certainly has become one of the most memorable songs of the Rock and Roll era. Highway to Hell was created by AC/DC and it has haunting lyrics about people going into the underworld. This song should definitely be included on some Halloween playlist.
9. Somebody’s Watching Me by Rockwell
Somebody’s Watching Me was a huge hit back in 1984 and it now has come to become a popular hit played during the Halloween season. This song is about someone watching a man when he least expects it. Michael Jackson helped Rockwell to perform this song and it has a creepy but enjoyable sound. This song can also get people dancing and having fun and not just sitting around thinking about who is spying on them.
8. Creep by Radiohead
Creep is probably the only real memorable song by the defunct group Radiohead. This song was real popular when it first debuted but now it is one of those songs that has been regulated to being a Halloween jam. Creep is an even toned Halloween song that will get a person jamming but it not so creepy that you will not enjoy listening to it during the spookiest time of the year.
7. Don’t Fear the Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult
This song is a pretty decent rock hit from the 70’s. The scariest thing about this song is the lyrics. This song is about a guy trying to convince his girlfriend to join him in death. He does not want her to be afraid to die and to embrace this unwanted state for people. The Blue Oyster Cult is responsible for presenting this jam to the public and it made it to number 12 on them music charts in 1976. This is one of the Top 10 Best Halloween Party Songs of All Time till 2017.
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6. Werewolves of London by Warren Zevon
Werewolves in London was a movie that did rather well at the box office and was also the name of a song that did well on the music charts. This song was released in 1978 and it became a huge hit. Warren Zevon made this song to entertain the masses. it is now a common Halloween jam that can be played over and over again for a spooky good time.
5. Deal with the Devil by Pop Evil
With a name like Pop Evil you know this group has to create some pretty amazing but evil sound tracks. In 2013 they made a song called Deal with the Devil. Could this song have been an Illuminati inspired jam? Who knows. The song peaked at the 20th position on the music charts and it was a big underground hit. It is now being included on Halloween playlists everywhere.
4. Superstition by Stevie Wonder
Superstition is a classic song by Stevie Wonder that was released way back in 1972. This song dealt with superstitions that constantly plagued people during the late 60’s and 70’s. This classic jam is the perfect musical piece to add to any horror song collection. Once a person listen to the lyrics they will quickly understand why this song has to be an all-time Halloween jam.
3. Ghostbusters by Ray Parker, Jr.
Ghostbusters is a great song that has been in existence since 1984. The song was created by Ray Parker Jr. and it became a big hit when it was released with the film. This song is remembered for all of its catchy spooky lyrics, great hook and rocking beat. “Who you going to call? Ghost Busters”. This song is a great piece that is still remembered today. It has also been used for the new Ghost Busters movie featuring an all-female cast.
2. The Monster Mash by Bobby “Boris” Pickett & the Crypt-Kickers
The Monster Mash hit the airwaves way back in 1962. This song became such a big hit that it made it to the number 1 spot all those years ago. Bobby “Boris” Pickett & the Crypt-Kickers made it to the big time with this jam. This song remained the best Halloween song up until the time Michael Jackson released Thriller. Still, some would say that this song should still be king of the Halloween season.
1. Thriller by Michael Jackson
Thriller by Michael Jackson made it to the number 4 spot in 1984 and this creep fest song became one of Michael Jackson’s greatest hits of all time. Millions of people add this song onto their playlist every year for their Halloween music. Michael Jackson might no longer be with us but his music still lives on and Thriller is considered the greatest Halloween song during the season.
I Put a Spell on You by Screaming Jay Hawkins is an honorable mention Halloween song that should be included on many Trick or Treat lists. All of these songs are considered some of the best songs in the history of music and not just for Halloween. However, these haunting jams will help people to see the spooky side of music and the Trick-or-Treat season.