Amazing Hallowe’en Music Library

Remember the Monster Mash and those weird tracks of wind blowing, cats shrieking, and ghouls moaning? If you’re throwing a party, looking to get into the Halloween mood, or just want to weird out the people in the cube next to you, look no further:

My friend Craig at CreativeTechs has put together a great post featuring all the best Halloween tracks, just in time for the holiday. And get this: the downloads are entirely FREE. MP3s from almost 100 old spooky, corny and kitschy vinyl records from the 60’s, 70’s and early 80’s. (If you are the right age, you might remember a few of these classics from your own childhood LP collections.)

Check out these tracks, get a laugh, and have a great weekend.

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6 Responses to Amazing Hallowe’en Music Library

  1. Jacob October 26, 2007 at 11:20 am #

    Perfect timing for our Halloween party tomorrow night, Chase!

    There’s an open invite for anyone that wants to grab a quick flight to Minneapolis.

    I shot this for the party, and then Rasterbated it so it fills our wall ( – and although I appear to be a tough guy, spiders this size give me the heebie jeebies.

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