If you're planning a Halloween party you need these 13 songs for a spooky soundtrack.

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  • 1

    "Bad Moon Rising"- Creedence Clearwater Revival

    Let's set the mood for the occasion. This song also gets bonus points for inclusion on the soundtrack to An American Werewolf in London.

  • 2

    "Thriller"- Michael jackson

    Obviously.

  • 3

    "Black Magic Woman"- Santana

    Not only is black magic in the title, this song even sounds a little spooky.

  • 4

    "I Put A Spell On You"- Screamin' Jay Hawkins

    Many have covered this song but none can match the original. No doubt Screamin' Jay Hawkins was an original.

  • 5

    "Frankenstein"- Edgar Winter Group

    This instrumental was christened "Frankenstein" because engineers stitched, spliced and patched together many different pieces of tape to make the final product.

  • 6

    "Witchy Woman"- The Eagles

    "She's a restless spirit on an endless flight."

  • 7

    "Spooky"- Classics IV

    The Classics IV later morphed into Atlanta Rhythm Section and hit the charts again with a revamped version of this song.

  • 8

    "Superstition"- Stevie Wonder

    Very. Don't miss the Sesame Street video- these kids know where it's at.

  • 9

    "Season of the Witch"- Donovan

    I'm not exactly sure what this song is all about but it is psychedelic and spooky at the same time.

  • 10

    "Ghostbusters"- Ray Parker Jr.

    Because, who you gonna call?

  • 11

    "Bark at the Moon"- Ozzy Osbourne

    Super-cheesy 80s special effects make Ozzy a werewolf.

  • 12

    "Evil Woman"- Electric Light Orchestra

    What was written as "filler" for an album became ELO's first worldwide hit and a classic.

  • 13

    "Sympathy for the Devil"- The Rolling Stones

    "Please allow me to introduce myself..."