1. "Monster Mash" — Bobby (Boris) Pickett
The spookiest time of the year is finally here — which means it's time to monster mash at your greatest-ever Halloween party! You might have already started brewing a few festive cocktails , lined up some creative Halloween games , and of course set out the best Halloween party snacks , but to really set the vibe, you'll obviously need a goblin-approved playlist, too. Luckily for you, we've selected 45 of the best Halloween songs, ranging from your favorite movie soundtracks to the spookiest radio hits, so you can get the party started with the creepiest, most bone-chilling tunes. Whether they're about ghosts, witches, or wolves, these crowd pleasers all stay on the eerie theme. A mix of dance-able favorites from the likes of Rihanna, Katy Perry, and Lady Gaga plus oldies-but-goodies from Van Halen, Stevie Wonder, and David Bowie will keep everyone at your spooky bash busting out moves all night long. Cue up these songs on YouTube or stream them from Amazon Music using your Prime account — we've got both options below for the easiest DJ job ever. Just take note: Some of these tracks include explicit lyrics, so maybe save 'em for your adults party and choose a more kid-friendly playlist for celebrating with little ones. Yes, you've heard it all before. No, it has not gotten any less catchy — or less of an absolute essential Halloween classic! The famous tune from The Wizard of Oz is an obvious classic, but Ella Fitzgerald's cover version puts on a jazzy twist that's perfect for any party.
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