The N’s

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As usual these are what I have complied over the years.

Update 2016

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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Nail in my Coffin by the Kills
Natural Ghost by Ryan Adams
Nature Trail To Hell by Weird Al Yankovic
Never Year Us Apart by INXS
New Beginning Graveyard (A) by Harry Manfredini
New Year’s Day by U2
Night of the Maya by Revueltas
Nibelung Zeppelin Scene two of ‘Hindenburg’, Act 1 of the ‘Three Tales’ by Steve Reich
Night Ambience by Mannheim Steamroller
Night of the Hunter by Fantomas
Night of the Ghouls by Sam Haynes
Night of the Living Dead by Misfits
Night of the Vampire by The Fuzztones
Night on a Bare (Bald) Mountain by Modest Mussorgsky
Night on Bald Mountain by Manheim Steamroller
Night Prowler by AC/DC
Night rider by Ed Burkey
Night Time, My Time by Sky Ferreira
Nightmare Mash by Billy Lee Riley
Nightmare on Elm Street (A) by Mark Ayres
Nightmare on My Street by DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince
Nightmares by A Flock Of Seagulls
Nightrunner by Duran Duran
Nightmares by Frank Maudsley
Nightwish by Passion and the Opera
Ninth Gate Theme (The) by Camille SaintbySaëns
No Costume, No Candy by Swingin’ Neckbreakers
No More Hot Dogs by Hasil Adkins
No One Lives Forever by Oingo Boingo
No Sign of Ghosts (Casper) byJames Horner by
Nobody Likes You When You’re Dead by Zombina And The Skeletones
Norman Bates by Landscape
Nosferatu by The Coral
Nosferatu Overture: Omens of Nosferatu by City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra
Not Like the Movies by Katy Perry
Nowhere to Run by Martha and The Vandellas
Number of the Beast by Iron Maiden

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Some choices:

Nightmare on My Street theme by DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince (Will Smith) starts the song off by telling a little about Freddy Krueger recalling his encounter with him.

SpongeBob’s version of the same song

The Ninth Gate Ending Theme (Havanaise) by Camille Saint-Saëns is a composition for violin and orchestra based on the habanera rhythm, written in 1887 by Camille Saint-Saëns.

Night on a Bare (Bald) Mountain by Modest Mussorgsky was inspired   to write a wrote (which was never published until 1968) and that poem is the setting for the composition (musical picture) originally titled titled St. John’s Night on the Bare Mountain completed on 23 June 1867 (St. John’s Eve). The actual composition was never performed in any form during Mussorgsky’s lifetime. That performance came in the early 1900’s with fame and the name change being secured in Disney’s 1940 film Fantasia

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