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THe Halloween Party Playlist

This week, we bring you the perfect Halloween soundtrack by Randall Poster, one of the greatest music supervisors around (think Royal Tenenbaums, Country Strong, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Boardwalk Empire, and more).

You can listen to our entire playlist on Spotify by clicking here, or click on each individual song to listen.

“Death Potion”
by Early Man from the album Death Potion.

Red Temple Prayer (Two Headed Dog)
by Sister Double Happiness from the album Where the Pyramid Meets the Eye: A Tribute to Roky Erickson.

“I Walked with a Zombie”
by REM from the album Where the Pyramid Meets the Eye: A Tribute to Roky Erickson.

“You’re Gonna Miss Me”
by The 13th Floor Elevators from the album The Very Best Of: Going Up.

“Demon Tied to a Chair in my Brain”
by Dax Riggs from the album We Sing of Only Blood or Love.

“Monster”
by Kanye West (featuring Rick Ross, Jay-Z, Bon Iver, and Nicki Minaj) from the album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.

“Frankenstein”
by The Edgar Winter Group from the album They Only Come Out At Night.

“River of Blood”
by The Black Angels from the album Phosphene Dream.

“Nail In My Coffin”
by The Kills from the album Blood Pressures.

“Blood Moon”
by Deer Tick from the album The Black Dirt Sessions.

“Me and the Devil”
by Gil Scott-Heron from the album Me and the Devil.

“Black Ghost Blues”
by Lightnin’ Hopkins from the album Double Blues.

“Death”
by White Lies from the album To Lose My Life.

“I Put a Spell On You”
by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins from the album Cow Fingers and Mosquito Pie.

“Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea”
by George Harrison from the album Brainwashed.

“Is There a Ghost”
by Band of Horses from the album Cease to Begin.

“The Ghost Who Walks”
by Karen Elson from the self-titled album.

“Running Scared”
by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, from the album Kicking Against the Pricks.

“The Devil”
by Anna Calvi from the self-titled album.

“Heebie Jeebies”
by The Boswell Sisters from the album It’s You.

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