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Halloween mixtapes?

Halloween mixtapes?

Forget trying to shoehorn songs with vaguely relevant titles to the season into a classifiable Halloween playlist for cool peer points. Matt Ear Farm takes it back to the old school with this mix of songs from horror soundtracks. What could be more creepy, scary or eerie than songs which soundtracked Halloween, Friday the 13th, Psycho, The Omen, Candyman, Poltergeist and more? Respect to Matt.

I heartily recommend Darragh’s Frightening the living shite outta meself post also. And Bobby’s one on his rejuvenated blog too. He has a gig on tonight! Happy All Hallows Eve folks.

1. “Main Title and First Victim” by John Williams (from Jaws)
2. “Halloween” by John Carpenter (from Halloween)
3. “Moments of Terror” by Harry Manfredini (from Friday the 13th)
4. “The Knife” by Royal Scottish National Orchestra (from Psycho)
5. “Musica Ricercata: II. Mesto, rigido e cerimoniale” by Pierre-Laurent Aimard (from Eyes Wide Shut)
6. “It Was Always You, Helen” by Philip Glass (from Candyman)
7. “Ave Satani” by Jerry Goldsmith (from The Omen)
8. “Don Abandons Alice” by John Murphy (from 28 Weeks Later)
9. “Tubular Bells” by Mike Oldfield (from The Exorcist)
10. “Carol Anne’s Theme (End Title)” by The MGM Studio Orchestra (from Poltergeist)
11. “Suspiria” by Goblin (from Suspiria)
12. “Main Title” by Charles Bernstein (from A Nightmare on Elm Street)
13. “Main Title Theme” by John Carpenter (from The Fog)
14. “Lullaby” by Krzysztof Komeda (from Rosemary’s Baby)
15. “Sidney’s Lament” by Marco Beltrami (from Scream)
16. “Main Title” by Steve Jablonsky (from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning)
17. “Beheaded” by Jerry Goldsmith (from The Omen)
18. “Nocturne for Lloyd” by Brian Tyler (from Bug)