With seven spooky days left till Halloween it’s time for some Halloween songs for a themed spinning playlist. Using holidays or seasons is a jumping point for themed playlists. It’s a great way to break the monotony of pop music, and current tunes, and gives you the opportunity to get creative.
If you’re looking for more Halloween songs, check out the playlists from 2012 and 2013. Who knew there could be so much variety right? That’s because we can need to color outside the lines and push the boundaries a little.
Halloween Songs 2014
As Halloween is my favorite holiday I celebrate all month long. In fact, I already played my previous years playlist last week. With over 25 songs in past playlists I have something fresh for my cycle class on Friday morning! Then, this playlist for Halloween. Caution: A couple of the songs listed have “explicit” lyrics. So maybe search for the clean version for your classes.
Monster – Professor Green. Warm up with easy resistance and easy speed. Fun song, and honestly the first Professor Green song I’ve listened to all the way through. [Find it on Amazon]
Calling all the Monsters – China Anne McClain. This one is just FUN song! Add a little resistance, say 30%, then alternate from saddle to 2nd and 3rd. Repeating and adding resistance every time. Make it fun but starting the challenge. This ride has some HILLS coming. Think of this as the calm before the storm. [Find it on Amazon]
Bad Things – Jace Everett. The True Blood theme tune, and if they are a fan like I am your class will know it. Add resistance for an out of the saddle climb. When the song goes quiet midway, come down in the saddle for a push through, then back up out the saddle to finish it out. Sidenote: the books were WAY better than the TV series. [Find it on Amazon]
Superbeast – Rob Zombie. Come down into the saddle, and turn down the resistance a little, but only a little! Stay down, and add resistance in the chorus to push through the small hills. [Find it on Amazon]
Thriller (B&W remix edit) – RagDollz (Nick Skitz Remix). This remix starts slow similar to the original, but then the beat comes in. After that, you can ease off the resistance and sprint! Then you’ll do sprints intervals for the whole song. Choose your timing to suit the level of your class. [Find it on Amazon]
Monster (A.R. Remix) – D’Mixmasters. Add some resistance again, maybe a total of 50-60% and then bring the class to the tempo. Alternate between saddle and out the saddle doing about 1 minute in each position. On the other hand, do what I do and just use the music rhythm to move ya. [Find it on Amazon]
The Devil in I- Slipknot. Firstly, add resistance, a lot of it. Secondly, get out the saddle and climb that hill. Get the class turning up the dial and pushing through the almost 6 minute climb! [Find it on Amazon]
Devil in Disguise (spin sista Radio Edit) – K-POFF. Fun beat, devilish lyrics and evil in your eyes. From rock metal to techno, yeah why not? Lighten up the resistance to around 40% and pop it up between positions. Feel the tempo. [Find it]
Killer (Crush Remix) – Skism Feat. DC Breaks & Dee Freer. Adding resistance to around 60% then use all positions again. Listen to the song you’ll hear it! Pop up out the saddle at the poppy beat, then techno dubstep is 3rd, slow tempo is saddle. [Find it on Amazon]
Bleed it out (radio edit) – Linkin Park. Saddle, lighten up the resistance, but not too much. Then we do SPRINTS in through each chorus. [Find it on Amazon]
Perfect Nightmare – Shontelle. Time to climb so add resistance. This song eases in slow, use the time to grab a drink and add resistance Above all, keep spinning. My preference is to stay down in the saddle for the climb, see how your class feels. [Find it on Amazon]
Devil In Disguise (Rob Mayth Radio Edit) – Aycan. Yep, same title but different lyrics and different feel to the song. However, this one feels happier. Tempo ride! Resistance down a little for this one. Starts slow, then goes pop-tastic. When the pop begins you have a choice to come to second, then when the verse starts again come back down in the saddle. [Find it on Amazon]
Monster – The automatic automatic. What’s that coming over the hill? Its a monster, climb! Start down to find your resistance, then come up and stay up. It’s slow-medium paced so get the correct resistance before coming up! [Find it on Amazon]
Black Cat (the factory remix) – Claudia. The original Black Cat was in a previous playlist, but now its remix cover time! Come back down into the saddle. Then ease off the resistance spin and sing it out! [Find it on Amazon]
True Blood – Justin Timberlake. And just like that the class is over. Stretch it out and towel off, and you’re ready for some trick or treat time. [Find it on Amazon]
Want more Halloween Playlists?
If you’re looking for more songs for a seasonal scream then check out my other two post: Halloween music, and Halloween Playlist. Remember my tip playlist tip: If you feel a song is lacking in energy, look for a remix, or cover. Or simply search for the title on Amazon music for alternatives. Whatever way you use the music, have fun. But above all, stay safe this Halloween.
- What’s your favorite Halloween candy?
- Do you have a favorite Halloween costume?
- Are you a fan of music covers and remix