Halloween Songs: Rob Zombie, Judas Priest, Motley Crue + More Make Alice Cooper’s Playlist


Alice Cooper – Story by Charles Ken, photo by Anne Erickson

Alice Cooper’s Halloween playlist includes a plethora of scary tunes from an array of classic hard rock and metal acts

Halloween is here, and it doesn’t get much more Halloween than Alice Cooper. The shock rocker is celebrating the scary holiday by putting together a 15-song playlist promising some of the most frightening hard rock and metla songs of all time.

“Alice Cooper’s Halloween Horror” playlist presents five of the Coop’s own tunes, as well as songs from Judas Priest, Rob Zombie, Black Sabbath, Motley Crue, Metallica, Iron Maiden and Motorhead. The playlist is available via various streaming services.

“To help celebrate the Halloween season, I wanted to share some of my favorite songs about the supernatural, the unexplainable and the downright frightening,” Alice said in a statement. “Think of it as your Halloween playlist, whether you’re tricking or treating this year.”

So, what tunes does Cooper consider his scariest? According to the list, Cooper’s Halloween-appropriate tracks include “No More Mr. Nice Guy,” “I Love the Dead,” “Welcome to My Nightmare” and “Feed My Frankenstein.”

In other news, Cooper has launched a spooky Halloween-themed Facebook app filter lets fans put on Cooper’s signature black eye makeup using their mobile phones. The filter, called “My Nightmare,” also has the ability for users to make and share their own Cooper-inspired image, add lighting effects and more.

Alice Cooper’s “Halloween Horror” Playlist:

“No More Mr. Nice Guy” — Alice Cooper
“Desperado” — Alice Cooper
“I Love the Dead” — Alice Cooper
“Welcome to My Nightmare” — Alice Cooper
“Feed My Frankenstein” — Alice Cooper
“Living Dead Girl” — Rob Zombie
“Iron Man” — Black Sabbath
“The Ripper” — Judas Priest
“Shout at the Devil” — Mötley Crüe
“Of Wolf and Man” — Metallica
“The Number of the Beast” — Iron Maiden
“If You Have Ghosts” — Ghost
“Sympathy for the Devil” — Mötorhead
“She-Wolf” — Megadeth
“Spirit in Black” — Slayer

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Charles Ken
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