Halloween Mix!



Halloween is my favorite holiday so it is only fitting that I make a Halloween mix for the occasion.

"For Halloween" No Kids: No Kids and I are on the same page.
"So Haunted" Cut Copy: Very haunting.
"Banshee Beat" Animal Collective: Animal Collective are pretty crazy to begin with, and this song is extra out there.
"A Day in the Life" The Beatles: The song starts out innocently and melodically enough, but then bursts into an intense, agitated crescendo. After some silence and you think the song is over, you get the creepy repeated lick at the end, symbolizing that the record has reached the end.
"Pet Sematary" The Ramones: Cos who wants to buried in a pet semetary?
"The Boogie Monster" Gnarls Barkley: A spooky song complete with ominous laughter.
"Same Ghost Every Night" Wolf Parade: At least you are used to the ghost by now.
"Thriller" Michael Jackson: Can't go wrong with a classic.
"Hunting for Witches" Bloc Party: Weird blips and bleeps, a groovy uptempo - can't go wrong in my book!
"Chrissie Kiss the Corpse" Of Montreal: The band is known for somewhat morbid titles and accompanying album titles (Satanic Panic in the Attic, Skeletal Lamping).
"I Want to Be Buried in Your Backyard" Nightmare of You: A love song, but very creepy if you think about it.
"Walking With a Ghost" Tegan & Sara: The message here being that you can't escape.
"Monsters" The Boy Least Likely: Sure they're singing about children and how all their friends are having monsters, I mean children, but really the two are synonymous.
"Attack of the Ghost Riders" The Raveonettes: The headless horseman for the 21st century.
"Satan Said Dance" Clap Your Hands Say Yeah: This song's possessed!
"Cemetery Gates" The Smiths: Not surprised that Morissey would be hanging around cemetery gates.
"Butchers Tale (Western Front 1914)" The Zombies:No Halloween mix is complete without the Zombies.
"The Monster Mash": How could I resist?
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