I want to cover something in Halloween spirit. My favorite genre is 80s hair metal. The only one I can think of is Dream Warriors by Dokken from A Nightmare on Elmstreet 3. Anything else I should consider? I'm pretty much open to all genres.
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Creatures of the Night by Kiss
songs from Rocky Horror Picture Show or A Nightmare before Christmas
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any song

they even have a song called Halloween
also, Monster Mash
Anything by Alice Cooper.
Dr Stein - Helloween
A metal version of The Monster Mash by Bobby Pickett...funnily enough the Misfits covered it

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Learn teh Halloween Theme Song (the movie one)

I think Buckethead has a lesson for it on YouTube.
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Metallica's cover of The Small Hours has a real eerie intro and dark feel to it.
It's on the Garage Days Revisited double disc.
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Learn teh Halloween Theme Song (the movie one)

I think Buckethead has a lesson for it on YouTube.

+1 and it's really fun to play and looks impressive but it's not hard to play.
oh and Stephen Lynch's Halloween is fun too might not be your style but it good if your at a Halloween party and someone has a acoustic laying around.
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Buckethead's version of 'Nightmare Before Christmas'.
Lot's of Buckethead's horror/metal songs are actually pretty terrifying, like Spokes for the Wheels of Torment, Beaten with Sledges, and The Woods of Suicide. :p
Any Misfits, Samhain, and Danzig song.
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