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15 Songs You Absolutely Need For Your Halloween Playlist

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Halloween is so close we can practically taste it, and it's definitely party season for anyone with a ghoulish streak. We already gave you one list of essential songs for your party, but just in case that wasn't enough for you, here's 15 more!

Rob Zombie - "Dragula"

This and "Living Dead Girl" (which was on the first list) are a guaranteed good time at any Halloween shindig.

Frank Sinatra - "Witchcraft"

Maybe your Halloween shindig is a little too classy for Rob Zombie? Don't worry, Ol' Blue Eyes has you covered.

Blue Oyster Cult - "Godzilla"

Halloween's a great time for monsters, so celebrate it with an ominous, intensely cool song about one of the biggest monsters of all time!

Rockwell - "Somebody's Watching Me"

A smooth jam about paranoia and being terrified? Sign me up!

Iron Maiden - "Fear Of The Dark"

Let's get real here, for the more easily-scared among us, Halloween is probably an unfortunately intense time of the year. Don't worry though, 'cause the boys in Iron Maiden have a song for you!

Steview Wonder - "Superstition"

A genuine classic that's always catchy, what better song for the most superstitious day of the year?

These next few songs are absolute essentials if you want your Halloween party to not suck...

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