The weather is cooler and the leaves are falling. That can only mean one thing… Halloween is near! While the creepy decorations certainly help make a party, it’s really The Best Halloween Playlist around that keeps guests entertained. We’ve got you covered with the best Halloween songs that will make your guests dance under the full moon all night long!
The Best Halloween Playlist
So the only way we could do this right was to provide you with more than a handful of songs. How about 31 songs to mark the 31st day of October? Yes, we think that sounds (literally) about right!
- “Thriller” By Michael Jackson
- “The Purple People Eater” by Sheb Wooley
- “This is Halloween” by Marilyn Manson
- “Ghostbusters” By Ray Parker, Jr.
- Nightmare On Elm Street Theme Song
- “Strange Apparition” By Beck
- “Zombie” By The Cranberries
- The Halloween Theme (movie)
- “Dragula” By Rob Zombie
- “Love Potion #9” By The Searchers
- “The Monster Mash” By Bobby Boris Pickett
- “Witchcraft” By Frank Sinatra
- “Dead Man’s Party” By Oingo Boingo
- “Superstition” By Stevie Wonder
- “Witch Doctor” By David Seville
- The Munsters Theme
- “I’m in Love With A Monster” by Fifth Harmony
- “I Put A Spell On You” By Nina Simone
- Bettlejuice Theme Song
- “Ghost Town” By The Specials
- “The Phantom Of The Opera” By Andrew Lloyd Webber
- “The Graveyard Shift” By The Ghouls
- “Somebody’s Watching Me” By Rockwell
- “Highway To Hell” By AC/DC
- The Addams Family Theme Song
- “Monster” By Paramore
- “Bad Things” By Jace Everett (True Blood Theme Song)
- “Abracadabra” By Steve Miller Band
- “Black Birds” By Linkin Park
- “Werewolf” By Frantics
- “Psycho Killer” By Talking Heads
How to Play The Songs To Your Guests
Now that you have the best Halloween playlist around, how exactly are you going to get this wonderfully creepy music out there? We’ve got you covered on that too with the BOSEbuild Speaker Cube.
In case, you didn’t see our first post about this amazing little speaker, you can check that out here.
Now, we had already built our BOSEbuild Speaker Cube from our last post but this time around we wanted it to be more creepy and fit the theme of Halloween so we changed it up a bit. This was the original design of our speaker:
First, we had our oldest son pick which colors he wanted the speaker to dance and display. You can choose up to 3 colors that will display during different tones in sounds. He chose green, orange and purple. Perfect Halloween colors, right?
Then of course, we had to change the outside. When you first get your BOSEbuild Speaker Cube you Build-it-yourself and even customize the outside with speaker covers. This time around we used some of the covers that looked more like spider webs to give it an extra Halloweeny look.
Want to actually see and hear this baby in action? Well, you are in luck because I recorded a short snippet of it playing and dancing in color. Isn’t it so cool?
How do you encourage your kids to explore the world around them this time of year? Comment below and let us know!