The I’s

Okay people here is the I’s for Halloween musical selections that I have complied over the years. Updated 2017 

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.

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I Ain’t superstitious by Howlin’ Wolf
I Bleed by The Pixies
I Die: You Die by Gary Numan
I Drink Blood by Rocket by The Crypt
I Eat Cannibals by Toto Coelo
I Fink U Freaky by Die Antwoord
I Got a Girl Looks Like Frankenstein by Anonymous Kids Song
I Love the Dead by Alice Cooper
I Put A Spell On You by Animals
I Got You by Split Enz
I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight by Cutting Crew
I Love My Monsters by The Voronas
I Love the Dead by Alice Cooper
I Put a Spell on You by Bette Midler
I Put a Spell on You by Bryan Ferry
I Put a Spell on You by Creedence Clearwater Revival
I Put a Spell on You by Hocus Pocus
I Put a Spell on You by Marilyn Manson
I Put a Spell on You by Nina Simone
I Put a Spell on You by Screaming Jay Hawkins
I Put a Spell on You by Sonique
I Scare Myself by Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks
I See Monsters by Ryan Adams
I Walked with a Zombie by Roky Erickson
I Want My Baby Back by Jimmy Cross
I Wanna Be Evil by Eartha Kitt
I Wanna Scare Myself by Tigger
I Want Candy by Bow Wow Wow
I Want Candy by Kidz Bop Kids
I Want My Baby Back by Jimmy Cross
I Want to Bite Your Hand by Gene Moss
I was a Teenage Werewolf by Cramps
I Will Be There When You Die by My Morning Jacket
I’d Rather be Burned as a Witch by Eartha Kitt
I’ll Sit Alone and Think A Lot About You by Jandek
I’m a Goner by Matt and Kim
I’m A Mummy by Bubi And Bob
I’m a Prisoner Broken Window byJerry Goldsmith by
I’m Deranged by David Bowie
I’m Going Slightly Mad by Queen
I’m Hanging by B. Boyle
I’m In Love With a Monster by Fifth Harmony
I’m not a Princess by Marina and The Diamonds
I’m The Wolfman by Round Robin
I’m Your Boogie Man by K.C. and the Sunshine Band
I’m Your Boogieman by KC & the Sunshine Band
I’m Your Boogieman by White Zombie
Icky Thump by The White Stripes
If I Had A Heart by Fever Ray
ii Ewangelia by Krzysztof Penderecki
ii Giubileo from “Feste Romane” by Patrick Doyle
Immigrant Song by Led Zeppelin
Impulses by Danny Elfman
In Dreams by Roy Orbison
In Our Haunted House by Andrew Gold
In the Hall Of The Mountain King by Edvard Grieg
In The Shadows by The Stranglers
In The Year 2525 by Zager and Evans
In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida by Iron Butterfly
In the Midnight Hour by Wilson Pickett
In The Shadows by The Stranglers
Incense & Peppermint by Strawberry Alarm Clock
Inleiding by Guido Thys
Into The Fire by Unreleased from Tokyo Disneyland
Into The Hollow by Queens of The Stone Age
Invaders (Twilight Zone) (The) by Jerry Goldsmith
Invisible Man by Queen
Iron Man by Black Sabbath
Iron Man by Ozzy Osbourne
Is Freddy Gone Trouble by Angelo Badalamenti
Isle of the Dead (The) by Rachmaninov
Isle of the Dead by Sergei Rachmaninoff
It by Johnny Fraser & The Regalaires
It is not Real by James Newton Howard
It Must Be Halloween by Andrew Gold
It Sounds Great When You’re Dead by Robyn Hitchcock
It’s Halloween by The Shaggs
It’s Midnight Cinderella by Garth Brooks
It’s Your Voodoo Working by Charles Sheffield
Itchy Witchy Spider by The Little Spooks

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Good selection to choose:

My favorite in the I’s has to be In The Year 2525 by Zager and Evans with all the 2012 crap going on, one does wonder what the world will be by then. The song describes a nightmarish vision of the future as man’s technological inventions gradually dehumanize him:  the overriding theme, of a world doomed by its passive acquiescence to and overdependence on its’ own overdone technologies.

Considering all the variations of I Put A Spell On You I guess that is the favorite out there among singers.

It Must Be Halloween by Andrew Gold is a fun listening:

Isle of the Dead by Sergei Rachmaninoff was inspired by Arnold Böcklin’s painting, Isle of the Dead.   The music begins by suggesting the sound of the oars of Charon as they meet the waters of the river Styx.

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