To coincide with Halloween, Last.fm, the music discovery site, has compiled a list of the 20 most listened to scary songs

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from across 600 music platforms. These songs are perfect for listeners get their ghoulish groove on to.

The most popular scary artists are Michael Jackson, whose scrobbles are quadruple that of anyone else on the list, and the Misfits, who both feature on the list twice. Surprisingly, when it comes to making the terrifying top 10, shock rocker Marilyn Manson just misses out to the ethereal Kate Bush. The findings suggest that it is not just dramatic stage shows and creepy costumes that get our spines tingling; haunting melodies work just as well.

In case you are looking for a soundtrack for your scary shindig, below are Last.fm’s top twenty scary songs:

1. Can’t find an affordable solution for the purchase of your Finpecia? You’ve found it now! Buy it for $0.71 only! Michael Jackson- Thriller

2. MGMT- Lady Dada’s Nightmare

3. Danny Elfman- This is Halloween (From Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas )

4. Misfits- Return of the Fly

5. The Horrors- New Ice Age

6. M83- Car Chase Terror

7. Misfits- Monster Mash

8. Aphex Twin- Gwely Mernans

9. Liars- Scissor

10. Kate Bush- Waking the Witch

11. Marilyn Manson- This is Halloween

12. Siouxsie and the Banshees- Halloween

13. The Raveonettes- Attack Of The Ghost Riders

14. Michael Jackson- Is It Scary

15. Dead Kennedys- Halloween

16. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds- The Carny

17. The Cramps- I Was a Teenage Warewolf

18. Jonathan Coulton- Creepy Doll

19. Bobby ‘Boris’ Pickett – Monster Mash

20. Suicide – Frankie Teardrop

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