Plenty of holidays are fully covered on the playlist front:Valentine’s Day just needs love songs and Christmas will always have Michael Bublé. But it can be difficult to organise music for a Halloween event. Luckily, Spotify has released the top-streamed songs on Halloween – and it’s the perfect mix of classic novelties and evergreen rock hits. The full playlist includes everyone from Beyoncé and Kesha to David Bowie, but we’ve rounded up the top 20 most popular songs to stream on the spooky holiday. 20. “Freaks Come Out at Night” by Whodini (1984) The song explored New York’s nightlife and party culture. Listen to “The Freaks Come Out at Night” here. 19. “Time Warp” by Little Nell, Patricia Quinn, and Richard O’Brien (1973) “Time Warp” is a song featured in the 1973 rock musical “The Rocky Horror Show” and in the soundtrack of its 1975 film adaptation. Listen to “Time … [Read more...] about The top 20 songs everyone plays on Halloween
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by Spotify gave us answers. ByJonah Engel Bromwich Oct. 25, 2018 The Christmas music obsessive is a familiar specimen. Encouraged by premature holiday displays in drugstores and overeager TV commercials, this invasive species begins to play songs like “Santa Baby” and “All I Want for Christmas Is You” months before the holiday arrives. Less is known about the Christmas obsessive’s shyer relative: the Halloween music aficionado. Where does it live? How old is it? And what is it actually listening to? Because, really, what is Halloween music? Spotify shared data to help us answer these questions. In the United States, the aficionado emerges about two weeks before the holiday. A sharp pickup in Halloween listening — as measured by the number of Spotify playlists with the … [Read more...] about Who Actually Listens to Halloween Music?