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New music for your monster mash

Throwing a Halloween party this weekend? Consider putting these tunes on your playlist. While they may not be ghoul cool classics, these modern-day hits will still give ya the thrill you’re looking for. 

“Monster” – Lady Gaga
We had to put the queen of pop on this list with this song about a boy who eats her heart…and brain!

“Disturbia” – Rihanna
This song just sounds spooky!

“Take It Off” – Ke$ha
It’s a freaky sounding song that will get everyone dancing.

“Magic” – B.o.B
 Hey, it’s not Halloween without a little magic.

“Beautiful Monster” – Ne-Yo
She’s a beautiful monster but Ne-Yo doesn’t seem to mind.
 

“Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” – Backstreet Boys
Alright, so this tune might not be too creepy but check out the music video with the boys all dressed up for Halloween.

“Thriller” – Michael Jackson
Yes, Michael made our list last year, but a Halloween party just wouldn't be a Halloween party be without this particular thrill.

“Time Warp” – The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Glee is doing their own version of this spooky (yet super catchy) song tonight. Grab your gang and do the same.

What’s your favorite shiver-inducing song? Blog about it, babes.

BY KATHLEEN WILCOX ON 10/26/2010 7:00:00 AM

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