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Top Halloween music songs on Spotify and free download

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Halloween music on Spotify

Halloween for 2018 is coming, would you like to select some songs to in line with Halloween. In the following we will collect some epic Halloween songs on Spotify.

1. Thriller by Michael Jackson, 1982

Where else could we possibly begin? Thriller is the holy grail of Halloween music, the alpha and omega, the first and (but, in this case, not actually) the last. The music video is one of the most epic of all time, with Jackson transforming into a wolf-thing, fleeing from — and then dancing with — a cadre of zombies before shooting the camera one final, yellow-eyed glance. The titular album currently sits atop the list of best-selling albums ever, by a wide margin. The great Vincent Price's final laugh is perhaps the most sinister you'll ever hear.

2. This is Halloween by The Citizens of Halloween, 1993

If Thriller is the ultimate Halloween song, The Nightmare Before Christmas has to be the ultimate Halloween movie. Tim Burton's stop-motion masterpiece, helmed by Coraline director Henry Selick, is equal parts charming and creepy, with a colorful cast of characters populating Halloween Town where Pumpkin King Jack Skellington leads the annual festivities. This is Halloween, written and composed by Danny Elfman, is a big part of our introduction to these monstrous denizens, whose entire way of life is based upon the holiday. It's not really a party tune, but we had to add it in.

3. Stranger Things by Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein, 2016

Stranger Things seems to be everyone's favorite show these days, and for good reason. Now in its second season, the series offers a unique blend of nostalgia with camp horror and coming-of-age elements, telling the story of a small town in Indiana where some decidedly supernatural events begin to occur. The theme music is extremely reminiscent of the synth-wave style popularized in the 1980s, the era in which the show is set.

4. Ghostbusters by Ray Parker, Jr., 1984

Another movie theme, this time eternally tied to Ghostbusters. The Ray Parker song was apparently inspired by a late-night commercial jingle and, in concert with the film itself, became an 80s' touchstone that instantly triggers nostalgia in all who hear it. Who you gonna call?!?

5. Psycho Killer by The Talking Heads, 1977

The release of Psycho Killer in 1977 eerily coincided with the capture of the Son of Sam killer in New York City. Some macabre lyrics — both in English and in French — contrast with an uptempo, new-wave bass line that immediately made the song a hit. According to the band, the original recording featured cello, which we think might have been much creepier and more, uh, Halloween-y. In any case, we probably don't need to explain why Psycho Killer belongs on this list.

6. The Number of the Beast by Iron Maiden, 1982

Iron Maiden asked Vincent Price (see the entry for Thriller) to perform the hair-raising spoken-word intro to The Number of the Beast, but had to instead go with English actor Barry Clayton when Price's asking fee was too steep. Rest assured, though, it's still quite unsettling, leading into the catchy guitar riff upon which the song is built. The chorus goes as follows: "666, the number of the beast/Hell and fire was spawned to be released." If that's not justification enough for its place here, we don't know what is.

7. Dracula's Wedding by Outkast featuring Kelis, 2003

While Hollywood might be inundated with vampire movies, there actually aren't that many good vampire songs out there. Andre 3000's Dracula's Wedding, which lives on The Love Below — the latter half of Outkast's acclaimed 2003 double album — is about a vampire who’s fallen in love with a human and doesn't know how to handle it. With lyrics like, "I've never ran from no one, but I'm terrified of you / See my heartbeat is a slow one, but I'm terrified of you," and an incredibly funky mixture of bass horns and guitar, it's impossible not to love.

8. Monster Mash by Bobby "Boris" Pickett, 1962

Monster Mash automatically teleports us all back to Halloween celebrations in elementary school when this song would play on repeat as you tried to swindle your classmates out of whichever candy was your favorite (Kit Kats are the correct answer, by the way). Bobby Pickett wrote Monster Mash at age 24 as a send-up of dance-craze tunes like the Twist, but it became a hit on its own merits in the weeks leading up to Halloween in 1962. Leaving this off a Halloween-themed playlist is a huge party foul.

9. I Put A Spell On You by Creedence Clearwater Revival, 1968

Jay Hawkins' version, the original one, is actually more spooky (in fact, Hawkins leveraged the song by appearing on Cleveland's Rock and Roll Review in a long cape and rising out of a coffin), but we're partial to the CCR version. John Fogerty's vocals lend the track a bluesy vibe, and the lyrics — while simple and repetitive — are almost dreamlike, likening love to witchcraft. Plus, it doesn't sound like every other CCR song.

10. Howlin' For You by The Black Keys, 2011

Since its release in 2010, Howlin' For You has been featured in countless commercials, video games (though not necessarily scary ones), and TV series, thanks in part to its instantly recognizable drum-and-guitar loop. Eerie vocals — spoken, not sung — provide a unique backdrop for a simplistic song that could be mistaken for a love ballad if not viewed through the proper lens. Through that proper lens, though, it's very clearly a song about werewolves hunting their prey.

All the Halloween songs you can find them from Spotify library, and can also free download even you are Spotify Free users.

To free download Spotify songs, as an all-in-one Spotify audio downloader, Spotify music converter and Spotify DRM removal, Macsome Spotify Audio Converter Platinum supports you an ideal solution.

Step 1. Load Spotify Music to the program

First, free download and install the latest version of Spotify Audio Converter Platinum.

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And then run Spotify Audio Converter Platinum and click "+" icon to manually drag & drop Halloween music file or playlist from Spotify into the program, then press "OK" button to add them.

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Step 2. Set the Output Format

Click setting button to set the output format and other related output settings. Here you can select format as MP3, AAC, FLAC or WAV and choose output quality up to 320kbps.

Set the output format

Step 3. Start Conversion

Click the "Convert" button to begin the Spotify to MP3 conversion.

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After conversion, you have also saved all the Halloween music songs on your PC, and you can transfer to other audio player devices to play and enjoy them.

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