The E’s


 Halloween musical selections that I have complied over the years. Updated 2016. 

As you can see not much in the E category, you think there would have been more over the years with Evil…oh well

Anyway again it is a wide variety with lots of styles represented:  some kids, some scary, some funny, some gross, and some just damn weird.


El Distorto De Melodica by Everclear
El monstruo by Los Shains
Elvira’s Theme by Elvira
Emergency Broadcast by Halloween FX Productions
Enchanted Forest by Mannheim Steamroller
Enter the Sandman by Metallica
Every Day is Halloween by Ministry
Enchanted Forest II
Enchanted Forest III
Enchanted Forest IV
End (The) by The Doors
End Is The Beginning Is The End (The) by Smashing Pumpkins
Ending The Vicious Cycle by One Thousand Words
Enter Sandman by Metallica
Escape by Ilan Eshkeri
Every Breath You Take by The Police
Every Day is Halloween by Dangerous Muse
Every Day Is Halloween by Ministry
Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic by The Police
Everybody (Backstreet’s Back) by The Backstreet Boys
Everybody Scream by Rob Zombie
Evil (Is Going On) by Howlin Wolf
Evil and A Heathen by Franz Ferdinand
Evil by Howlin’ Wolf
Evil Toy Piano by Halloween FX Productions
Evil Walks by AC DC
Extrasensory Deception by Davie Allan & The Phantom Surfers
Evil Ways by Santana
Evil Woman by Electric Light Orchestra
Excitable Boy (Remastered)
Execution of Stepan Razin (The) Symphony No. 8, third movement by Shostakovich
Exorcism by Tommy Scott and Scotty Lee
Eye by Smashing Pumpkins
Eye of The Witch by King Diamond
Eye of The Zombie by John Fogerty
Eyes on Fire by Blue Foundation
Eyes Without A Face by Billy Idol


Try these:

Evil Woman by  Electric Light Orchestra is always a great choice.


Everyday is Halloween by Dangerous Muse  is a definite  for those who live every day in a Halloween mind frame.

Shostakovich’s  The Execution of Stepan Razin,(1964) is based on a poem by Yevgeny Yevtuchenko.   Stepan Razin was a Russian Cossack leader who led a disorganized peasant revolt against Tsar Alexi and the ruling class, the Boyars, in 1671.


Enchanted Forest by Mannheim Steamroller is a wonderful piece to listen to on a spooky night.    

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