How about some Halloween Music?

The unforgettable Werewolf Bar Mitzvah by Tracy Jordan “Boys becoming men; Men becoming wolves!”

If you want to rock out there’s Halloween by Helloween

That would be “Bela Lugosi’s Dead”

“Something Following Me”, “Repent, Walpurgis” - Procol Harum
“Following Me” - Steeleye Span
“White Devil” - Black Pearl
“Night Of The Vampire” - 13th Floor Elevator
“Halloween Spooks” - Lambert, Hendricks & Ross

Come up to the porch, children - I assure you it’s perfectly safe ( ravens flap noisily out of twisted oak tree branches)

Dirty Creature - Split Enz
Synchronicity II - The Police
The Curse of Millhaven - Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds
(Don’t Fear) The Reaper - Blue Öyster Cult

There’s **Season of the Witch **by Donovan, also covered by Vanilla Fudge and Courtney Loves’ group Hole.
And **I Am Stretched on your Grave **by Sinead O’Conner and also Dead Can Dance.

Michael Hurley’s Werewolf is pretty strange–here, by the Holy Modal Rounders.

Most of Dr John’s Gris Gris album will raise goosebumps. Hey, this cut from Sun, Moon & Herbs has that feeling, too.

Add some selections by Roky Erickson.

There is a bad moon on the rise.

This. Also “All You Zombies” by The Hooters

Slaps forehead Duh, of course.

Thanks for the great suggestion, here’s a giant sized Snickers bar.

The main theme from “The Day the Earth Stood Still” (the real one) by Bernard Herrmann
“Mr. Lugosi/Hypno Theme” from “Ed Wood” by Howard Shore
Themes from “The Munsters” and “The Addams Family”

All of which reminds me of this Mr. Show clip.

Great suggestions, especially Night on Bald Mountain. You get an apple.

I was in the grocery store last night and heard MC Hammer’s “Addams Groove” on the store music station. I recognized it instantly, for some reason.

Blue Oyster Cult’s “Joan Crawford” and “I Love the Night”.

Eh… Ok, I’ll allow it because Addams Family brought us Christina Ricci (and I know she was in movies before that, but that’s not the point).

You get some candy corn and 6 pennies.

*Goblin Girl *by Frank Zappa
*Zombie Jamborree *by Rockapella
*The Cockroach that Ate Cincinnati *by Rose and the Arrangement
*Cemetery Girls *by Barnes&Barnes

Yes, these are from my Dr. Demento Halloween collection…

“Goodnight Moon” by Shivaree

There is some serious hoodoo going around on Gris Gris—I Walk On Guilded Splinters is a dark, eerie, foreboding song, and apparently there were some pretty unsavory things going on in the studio as it was being recorded…

Tom Waits “What’s he building in there”.

Orff’s “O Fortuna”.