Do you all the time really feel like someone’s watching you? Is it near midnight, with one thing evil lurking at midnight? Is there one thing unusual in your neighborhood? Who you gonna name?
With Halloween lower than per week away, YouTube on Wednesday launched an inventory of the highest 10 music movies most steadily added to Halloween playlists on the video-sharing web site.
There is a 1980s aptitude to a number of the entries, with Rockwell’s 1984 stalker-y hit “Anyone’s Watching Me” within the No.1 place, Ray Parker Jr.’s 1984 “Ghostbusters” theme at No.5, and Michael Jackson’s 1983 “Thriller” at No.6.
However extra trendy songs assist fill out the record too, with Rihanna, Panic on the Disco and Twenty One Pilots additionally nabbing spots.
The one artist with two songs making the record can be essentially the most fittingly named for a Halloween playlist: Rob Zombie takes the No.2 spot with “Dragula” and the No.four place with “Dwelling Lifeless Lady.”
Here is the entire record:
1. “Anyone’s Watching Me,” by Rockwell2. “Dragula,” by Rob Zombie3. “Disturbia,” by Rihanna4. “Dwelling Lifeless Lady,” by Rob Zombie5. “Ghostbusters,” by Ray Parker Jr.6. “Thriller,” by Michael Jackson7. “Heathens,” by Twenty One Pilots8. “Everyone (Backstreet’s Again),” by Backstreet Boys9. “Zombie,” by the Cranberries10. “It is Virtually Halloween,” by Panic at The Disco