Oct 22, 2014 in Sports/Entertainment. 0 Comment
When considering songs for your spooky playlist, it is good to remember the classics. Choosing hits that your guests already recognize as great Halloween music will help them get in the spirit and keep with the theme.
Can you really think of Halloween without the theme song from this classic movie? Written and performed by Ray Parker, Jr, it was released in 1984. It made it to the top of the charts and stayed there for 3 weeks. It’s a fun song to include at parties for all ages.
The Monster Mash
Since 1962 this song has been included in the playlist of the rock radio stations as a Halloween must. You’ll have guests singing along in delight to an old favorite. It made it to number one when it was released, and climbed back up the charts over 10 years later in 1973. Boris Pickett was really onto something special when he created this frightfully funny spoof of the Mashed Potato. This song keeps the event light hearted and makes everyone want to dance.