The Best Halloween Songs For Your Costume Party!
For those of you that don't know, I'm a theatre-type. I love all things that have to do with theatre. Costumes are an important part of theatricality, therefore, Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays for a long time now. I love the scary costumes, the strange costumes, the best looking costumes, but I also love the MUSIC!
So, with regards to my love of music, I've decided to post The Best Halloween Party Songs of All Time! If you don't agree with my party song choices, don't worry! You are welcome to voice your own opinions and tell us all what your choices would be.
Be sure to vote and comment on each choice!
Have fun & be safe!
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Best Halloween Party Songs - Number 5
Are you ready to be eaten by the one-eyed, one-horned flying purple people eater? No? Good. I was about to get worried for you! This party song is a must for ALL halloween parties! Originally written by Sheb Wooley and reaching the top of the charts in 1958, this chart-topping hit still has a great reputation for halloween party fun! View Sheb Wooley on youtube, performing the Purple People Eater, by clicking here. (Or you could just view it on this page!) :) Don't forget to vote below!
The Purple People Eater
Best Halloween Party Songs - Number 4
The Addams Family Theme
"Buh duh duh dum (snap, snap.) Buh duh duh dum (snap, snap.)" This song doesn't need an intro, but boy is the song's intro fun! "Buh duh duh dum (snap, snap.)" (Repeat two more times.) "They're creepy and they're spooky" etc. etc. etc. Your Halloween party simply cannot be without this song this year! View a youtube video of the entire theme song below, or by clicking here. It has a neat little crest commercial behind it to remind you of how old it is, I guess! (Don't forget to brush after all those Halloween treats!! And don't forget to vote below!)
The Addams Family Theme Song
Best Halloween Party Songs - Number 3
The Ghostbusters Theme
I ain't afraid of no ghosts! Okay, okay, well maybe I am! :)
And I may just have to call those ghost-busting busters! If you think your Halloween party is complete, it isn't... unless you have this song on your playlist!
View the video of the Ghost Busters Theme song on this page or click here.
Don't forget to vote! :)
Ghostbusters (Theme Song)
Best Halloween Party Songs - Number 2
The Monster Mash
It's without doubt one of the best Halloween Party Songs, without any doubt! No Halloween Party is complete without having this song played at least twice! Here are a few of the Monster Mash videos for you to become inspired by... View them on this page, or on youtube!
Monster Mash Video (Looks like it's an old record playing it!)
I can see you dancing around now in your monster costume... :)
Best Halloween Party Songs - Number 1
I Put a Spell on You
This song has been recorded time and time again by many artists, including Nina Simone, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Bette Midler, katie Melua and Natuacha Atlas. Let us know which version of I Put a Spell on You is your favorite! Comment below!
I Put a Spell on You
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A Great Halloween Site
Halloween.com - This site offers some great information about Halloween! It's "The One Source For All Things Halloween!"
Here's a sample of what they offer...
- Halloween History - Ever wanted to know the history of Halloween? The Day of the Dead? How about some Halloween myths and legends of monsters? Find out more here.
- Halloween Safety, Halloween Suppliers, Haunted Houses, Jokes, Forums...
- and more!
Other GREAT Halloween Sites
- "Boo! Is Halloween too scary?" from the BBC NEWS | Magazine archives!
"The sinister side of Halloween is being exploited, say church leaders, when it could celebrate the triumph of good over evil. Can Halloween go cuddly?"
- Do some research on Halloween - via WikiPedia, the FREE encyclopedia
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