The M’s

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Here are the M’s. Update 2017
As usual these are what I have complied over the years.

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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Mack The Knife by Ella Fitzgerald
Mad as Rabits by Panic! At The Disco
Mad Madam Mim by The Sword In The Stone
Mad Scientist (The) by The Zanies
Mad World by Gary Jules
Magic by ELO
Magic Carpet Ride by Steppenwolf
Magic Dance by David Bowie
Magic Man by Heart
Magic Mirror by Aphrodite’s Child
Magical Ring by Clannad,
Main Title by Charlie Clouser
Man Comes Around by Johnny Cash
Man Who Sold the World (The) by David Bowie
Man With The Hex by Haunted Mansion
Maneater by Hall & Oates
March of the Children by Gareth Williams
March of the Children by John Carpenter
March of the Trolls by Edvard Grieg
March to the Scaffold From Symphonie Fantastique Iv by Berlioz
Marche Funèbré by Frederic Chopin
Märchenbilder by Schumann
Mars Attacks! by Danny Elfman
Marie Laveau by Bobby Bare
Marry The Night by Lady Gaga
Mars, Bringer of War by Holst
Martian Hop by The Ranby Dells
Martian Boogie (The) by Brownsville Station
Martian Girl by Aquabats
Martian Hop by RanbyDells
Mary Jane’s Last Dance by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Masque of the Red Death (The) by Caplet
Me & My Mummy by Bobby “Boris” Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers
Me and the Devil Blues by Robert Johnson
Mean and Evil Blues by Dinah Washington
Meditation of Thais by Massenet
Meanwhile Back At The House by David Newman
Meet the Creeper by Rob Zombie
Mefistofele by Boito
Megan Darling’s Moods by Sarah Taylor
Men in Black by Will Smith
Menofearthereaper by Pop Will Eat Itself
Mephisto Waltz No. 1 by Franz Liszt
Mercy Seat (The) by Johnny Cash
Midnight by Hank Levine and The Blazers
Midnight Carnival by Guilty Gear X
Midnight Hour (The) by Wilson Pickett
Milch Des Mondes Fiel Aufs Kraut’ from Der Freischutz by Weber
Milk It by Nirvana
Miraculous Mandarin (The) by Bartok
Midnight City by M83
Midnight Creeper, Pt. 1(The) by Johnny Otis
Mind Playing Tricks On Me by Geto Boys
Miss Frankenstein by George Jackson
Misterioso by Thelonious Monk Quartet
Mistress of the Dark by Ghoultown
Moglis Road by Marina and The Diamonds,
Moments in Love by Art of Noise
Monster (The) by Bobby Please
Monster (The) by Eminem Feat
Monster Boogie by Laurie Berkner
Monster by Kanye West
Monster by Lady Gaga
Monster by Skillet
Monster by Steppenwolf
Monster Concert by Bobby “Boris” Pickett & the Crypt-Kickers
Monster Gets Mark (The) by Henry Mancini
Monster Goose Rhymes by Gene Moss
Monster Hop by Bert Convy
Monster Mack by Sir Mix-A-Lot
Monster Mash by Bobby ‘Boris’ Pickett and the Crypt Kickers
Monster Mash by Goofy
Monster Mash by Kidz Bop Kids
Monster Mash by Mannheim Steamroller
Monster Mash by the Misfits
Monster Mash by the Tombstones
Monster Motion by Bobby “Boris” Pickett & the Crypt-Kickers
Monster Rap by Bobby “Boris” Pickett & the Crypt-Kickers
Monster Squad by Bruce Broughton
Monsters Lead Such Interesting Lives by Mel Tormé
Monster’s Lullaby by Sesame Street
Monster Rap by Elvira
Monster Stroll (The) by Jocko
Monster’s Holiday by Bobby “Boris” Pickett & the Crypt Kickers
Monster’s Holiday by Buck Owens
Monsters are Alive by Kidzone
Monsters by Ari Hest
Moon Child by King Crimson
Moon Over Keraby Shehr by Emperor
Moondance by Nightwish
Moonshadow by Cat Stevens
More Human than Human by White Zombie
Morgus the Magnificent by Morgus and The Ghouls Grimly Fiendish
Moribund the Burgermeister by Peter Gabriel
Mostly Ghostly by The Creatures
Mother by Danzig
Mother Knows Best by Tangled
Moundshroud by Cinema Strange
Mowgli’s Road by by Marina and The Diamonds
Mr. Crowley by Ozzy Osbourne
Mr. Glass by James Newton Howard
Mr. Spaceman by Byrds
Mummy (The) by Bob McFadden & Dor
Mummy attack by Jerry Goldsmith
Mummy’s Bracelet (The) by Lee Ross
Munster’s Theme (The) Song by Los Straightjackets
Munster’s Theme (The) Song by Ventures
Munsters (The) by David Caine
Munsters Theme by Jack Marshall
Murder (The) by Bernard Herrmann
Murder at Peyton Hall by Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra
Murder on the Dancefloor by Sophie Ellis Bextor
Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celeste by Béla Bartók
Musica Ricercata II by Ligeti
My Body’s a Zombie For You by Dead Man’s Bones
My Baby Likes Scary by Pete & The Bloodsuckers
My Body’s A Zombie For You Dead Man’s Bones
My Daddy is a Vampire by The Meteors
My Immortal by Evanescence
My Little Demon by Fleetwood Mac
My Mind Playing Tricks on Me by Geto Boys
My Son, the Vampire by Alan Sherman
My Wife and My Dead Wife by Robyn Hitchcock

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Try these:

 Okay right off the top March of the Trolls by Edvard Grieg is the perfect music for troll hunting on your favorite board.

No Halloween party is complete without Monster Mash by Bobby ‘Boris’ Pickett and the Crypt Kickers

Monsters Lead Such Interesting Lives by Mel Tormé…

My Baby Loves the Spooky Movies by Roy Clark just so out of place for this singer

Mack The Knife by Ella Fitzgerald.  “Mack the Knife” or “Mack the Knife” or “The Ballad of Mack the Knife”, originally “Die Moritat von Mackie Messer”, is a song composed by Kurt Weill with lyrics by Bertolt Brecht for their 1928 music drama Die Dreigroschenoper (The Threepenny Opera).  A moritat (from mori meaning “deadly” and that meaning “deed”) is a medieval version of the murder ballad performed by strolling minstrels. In The Threepenny Opera, the moritat singer with his street organ introduces and closes the drama with the tale of the deadly Mackie Messer, or Mack the Knife, a character based on the dashing highwayman Macheath in John Gay’s The Beggar’s Opera The Brecht-Weill version of the character was far more cruel and sinister, and has been transformed into a modern anti-hero. The play opens with the moritat singer comparing Macheath (unfavorably) with a shark, and then telling tales of his robberies, murders, rapes, and arson.

Magic Dance by David Bowie is a question answer type song from the movie “The Labyrinth”

(full song)
Mars Attacks! was an 1996 movie directed by Tim Burton based off the cult trading card series of the same name. The movie black comedy, surreal humor, and political satire, as well is a parody of scifi B movies. Musical score is by Danny Elfman

Mars, Bringer of War is seen as prescient of mechanical warfare, though that is denied by the composer Holst.


Martian Hop is the product of impromptu jam sessions of Ran-dell band members Robert Lawrence, Steven Rappaport, and John Spirt

Monster by Steppenwolf. Even though the lyrics was written for the Vietnam War,  the lyrics strike with global issues.

The Munster’s  was a television sitcom depicting the home life of a family of benign monsters   Here are two versions of the theme

Marche Funèbré by Frederic Chopin is done in a slow “simple duple” metre, imitating the solemn pace of a funeral procession.


Märchenbilder or Fairy Tale Pictures, for Viola and Piano, Op. 113, was written by Robert Schumann in March 1851.

Mefistofele is the only completed opera (prologue, four acts and an epilogue) by the Italian composer-librettist Arrigo Boito.

Prologue

The Witches Sabbath

Moondance is an instrumental by Nightwish a Finnish symphonic metal band from Kitee, Finland


My Body’s a Zombie For You is by a band called Dead Man’s Bones created Ryan Gosling and Zach Shields who had mutual obsession with ghosts and decided to write love stories about ghosts and monsters.

My Daddy is a Vampire by the Meteors, an English psychobilly band formed in 1980. Originally from London, England, they are often credited with giving the psychobilly subgenre: combines punk rock with rockabilly… it is different

My Wife And My Dead Wife by Robyn Hitchcock is often referred to as a surrealistic Hitchcock song..

(this one has a video attached that is cute)

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