halloween songs not overplayed

Halloween is upon us. It’s time for costume parties and lots o’ candy. Yes, as for music, it is the same hits every year – “Monster Mash”, DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince’s “A Nightmare On My Street”, and a boatload of horror movie theme songs. If you are tired of the same songs as we are, be sure to check out our 30 Halloween Songs not played each year on October 31.

If you want popular songs to play at your Halloween party, there are plenty of Halloween-themed compilations available. Our goal is to offer you songs with a Halloween theme that you could play at your wedding too. Most of the songs below you could play, but a few others not so much. It depends on your music style and the mood you want to create.

halloween songs not overplayed

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Halloween Songs Not Overplayed

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If We Were Vampires – Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
2017, Country

Ghost Town – Adam Lambert
2015, Pop

Superheroes – The Script
2014, Pop

Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites – Skrillex
2013, Pop

Scream & Shout – Will.I.Am feat. Britney Spears
2013, Pop

Haunted – Beyoncé
2013, Hip Hop

Scream – Usher
2012, R&B

Haunted – Taylor Swift
2010, Country Pop

I Want Candy – Bow Wow Wow
2006, Dance

My Boo – Usher & Alicia Keys
2004, R&B

Haunted – Evanescence
2003, Rock

Full Moon – Brandy
2002, R&B

Dragula – Rob Zombie
1998, Metal

Tombstone – Suzanne Vega
1996, Pop

Tonight, Tonight – The Smashing Pumpkins
1995, Indie

Scream – Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson
1995, Pop

Zombie – The Cranberries
1994, Indie

Mind Playing Tricks On Me – Geto Boys
1991, Hip Hop

Skeletons Of Society – Slayer
1990, Metal

Cemetery Gates – Pantera
1990, Metal

Zombie Zoo – Tom Petty
1989, Rock

Haunted – The Pogues
1986, Rock

Cemetery Polka – Tom Waits
1985, Indie

Dead Man’s Party – Oingo Boingo
1985, New Wave

Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) – David Bowie
1980, Rock

(Ghost) Riders In The Sky – Johnny Cash
1979, Country

Evil Woman – Electric Light Orchestra
1975, Rock

Witchy Woman – Eagles
1972, Rock

Riders On The Storm – The Doors
1971, Rock

Witchcraft – Frank Sinatra
1957, Pop

Do you have a Halloween song not on every playlist and not mentioned above? Be sure to comment on it below so we can add it to the list.

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