Music is a constant source of inspiration for all of us at OTTO Brand Lab.
Watch this space to hear what’s playing in our creative space throughout the year.
Kill us now if we have to sit through another season of Monster Mash and Ghostbusters…
Following are a range of Halloween related and inspired songs that are spinning @ 31W21st. We are not saying that this is the ultimate playlist, but it will keep you from ending the night gruesomely early.
Johann Sebastian Bach / Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565
Vince Guaraldi Trio / Great Pumpkin Waltz
John Carpenter / Halloween: Theme (From ‘Halloween’ Original Soundtrack)
RTE Concert Orchestra / House of Frankenstein (orch. J. Morgan): Dracula Restored
Psycho Charger / Scream, Blacula, Scream
Hylo-Fi / Blacula’s Night Out
Mike Oldfield / Theme from Tubular Bells
Kay Starr / The Headless Horseman
Cal Tjader / Soul Sauce
This could have been our soundtrack while running through on Devil’s Night, egging and papering the homes of each surrounding neighborhood…
The Classics IV / Spooky
We know, but it is awesome…
Daniel Johnston / Casper the Friendly Ghost
Pino Donaggio / Terminal Motel
Todd Rundgren / Tiny Demons
Claudio Simonetti, Massimo Morante, Fabio Pignatelli / Jane Mirror Theme (Originale)
Bright Eyes / Devil Town
Cat Power / Werewolf
Cannonball Adderley / Autumn Leaves
Warren Zevon / Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner
We love “Werewolves” but just couldn’t do it.
RTE Concert Orchestra / Ghost of Frankenstein (orch. J. Morgan): Erik’s Dilemma
Tegan and Sara / Walking with a Ghost
Goblin / Wind
Alice Cooper / Feed my Frankenstein
Goblin / Black Forest
Tommy James and the Shondells / Crystal Blue Persuasion
This represents the moment when the sun comes up over the zombie ashes, the burning rubble of the castle, or the remains of the blood-sucking soul brother who died for his old lady. THERE WILL BE ANOTHER DAY!
Michael Jackson / Thriller
How could we forget the greatest?
Anne Rice / annerice.com
And if your ears are as open as your sleepy red eyes past midnight, what is better than drenched-in-blood vampire gothic fiction novels by the one and only Anne Rice?