The R’s

As you can see N and O are limited;  but lots in P list, especially classics.

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.

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 on a Bare (Bald) Mountain by Modest Mussorgsky

Night Prowler by AC/DC

Nightmare Mash by Billy Lee Riley

Nightmare on My Street by DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince

Nightmares by A Flock Of Seagulls

Nightrunner by Duran Duran

Nightwish by Passion and the Opera

Ninth Gate Theme (The) by Camille Saint-Saëns

No Costume, No Candy by Swingin’ Neckbreakers

Norman Bates by Landscape

Not Like The Movies by Katy Perry

Nowhere to Run by Martha and The Vandellas

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October by Evanescence

October by U2

October Twilight by Chris Powell and His Five Blue Flames

Old Age by Hole

Old Devil Moon by Chet Baker

Omen (Ave Satani) by Fantomas

On the Darkside by John Cafferty & the Beaver Brown Band

One by Metallica

Other Side (The) by Aerosmith

Other Side (The) by Pendelum

Oogie Boogie’s Song  by Danny Elfman

Out Comes The Evil by Lords of Acid

Out of Doors, BB 89: No. 3 Musette by Bela Bartok

Out Of Limits by The Marketts

Outer Limits Theme by Dominic Frontiere

Out of Limits by the Marketts

Over at the Frankenstein Place by Susan Sarandon

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Paint It Black by Rolling Stones

Paper Cuts by Nirvana

Paranoid  by Black Sabbath

Passacaglia by Bach

Passacaglia in C Minor by Bach

People Are Strange by the Doors

Perfect Drug (The) by Nine Inch Nails

Pet Sematary by The Ramones

Piano Quintet in g minor, Op. 25 by Brahms

Phantom Manor Theme (The) by Mark Norman

Phantom of the Opera, by Nightwish

Physical by Adam Ant

Piano Sonata No. 19 in G minor, Op. 49 No. 1, I. Andante by Beethoven

Piano Sonata No. 25 in G major, Op. 79, II. Andante by Beethoven

Piano Sonata No. 27 in E minor, Op. 90, I. Mit Lebhaftigkeit by Beethoven

Piano Sonata No. 3 in E major, Op. 109, II. Prestissimo by Beethoven

Piano Sonata No. 31 in Ab major, Op. 110, III. Arioso, Fugue, Arioso, Fugue by Beethoven

Piano Sonata No. 32 in C minor, Op. 111, I. Maestoso: Allegro by Beethoven Piano Sonata No. 32 in C minor, Op. 111, II. Arietta: Adagio by Beethoven

Piano Variation I in C on a march, WoO.63: by Dressier

Piano Variation III in C on a march, WoO.63: by Dressier

Piano Variation III in F on a Swiss air, WoO.64 by Dressier

Piano Variation IV in A on ‘Quanto e’ bello l’amour contadino’, WoO.69: by Paisiello

Piano Variation IV in C on a minuet from ‘Le nozze disturbate’, WoO.69: by Haibel

Piano Variation IV in C onair ‘Une fievre brulante’, WoO.72: by Grety

Piano Variation VI in C on a march, WoO.63: by Dressier

Piano Variation VII in C on a minuet from ‘Le nozze disturbate’, WoO.69: by Haibel

Piano Variation VIII in C on a march, WoO.63: by Dressier

Piano VariationV in Bb air ‘La stessa, la stessissima’, WoO.73: by Salieri

Piano VariationV in F on trio ‘Tundein und Scherzen’, WoO.76: by Sussmayr

Piano VariationVI in F on Quartet ‘Kind willst du ruhig schlafen’, WoO.75: by Winter

Pictures at an Exhibition, “Baba Yaga” by Modest Mussorgsky

Pini presso una catacomba” from “Pines of Rome” by Patrick Doyle

Planet Claire by B-52s

Planet Hell by Nightwish

Please Mr. Gravedigger by David Bowie

Poet and the Pendulum (The) by Nightwish

Prelude in C-Sharp minor by Rachmaninov

Prince Charming by Jade McKenzie

Prince of Darkness by Alice Cooper

Princes by the Spin Doctors

Profondo Rosso by Goblin

Propane Nightmares by Pendulum

Psychic Voodoo Doll by  Deadbolt

Psycho Killer by Talking Heads

Psycho Man by Black Sabbath

Psycho theme by Bernard Herrmann

Psycho Therapy by The Ramones

Punky Punkin by Rosemary Clooney

Puppet Master by Richard Band

Purgatory’s Pond by Mannheim Steamroller

Purple People Eater by Sheb Wooley

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

October by Evanescence

Over at the Frankenstein Place created for the cult musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show and sung by Susan Sarandon.

Prince of Darkness song was written by Alice Cooper for a movie titled “Prince of Darkness”

Oogie Boogie’s Song  by Danny Elfman from The Nightmare Before Christmas

The Poet and the Pendulum  by Nightwish is inspired from Finnish and Irish culture and music

Pet Sematary  was song created to play over the credits for the movie “Pet Sematary” sung by the Ramones.

Old Devil Moon by Chet Baker was composed by Burton Lane, with lyrics by E.Y. Harburg for the 1947 musical Finian’s Rainbow.

The Omen (1976) theme is a song called Ave Satani composed by Jerry Goldsmith. The title means “Hail Satan” in Latin, a Satanic version of a Gregorian chant.

A version of the song has been produced by the band Fantômas, who altered some of the lyrics so that they mean “smallest blood, body spirit” rather than “we drink the blood, we eat the flesh,” and added the word “Rotted”.

A great classical piece is Pictures at an Exhibition, “Baba Yaga” by Modest Mussorgsky is not to be missed

Of course you have to hear at least once Purple People Eater by Sheb Wooley: now is it purple people he eats or a purple people eater?  

Punky Punkin by Rosemary Clooney.  This can be seen at:

One of the spookiest is Norman Bates is just plain eerie. The song basically is a synthesizer with a robot like vocalist repeating over and over “”My name is Norman Bates, I’m just a normal guy, my name is Norman Bates”. Landscape is a British band, best known for the 1981 hits “Einstein A Go-Go” and “Norman Bates.”


The song New Year’s Day by U2 originally was to be a love song from Bono to his wife. But that was changed to reflect the events surrounding the Polish Solidarity movement:

…a few lines …..

“Under a blood red sky
A crowd has gathered in black and white
Arms entwined, the chosen few”

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