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October 29, 2010

Alan Jackson, Johnny Cash, Charlie Daniels: “Spooky Country” (Napster Playlist)

 If you're ready for some eerie music to carve a pumpkin by, but you're not into metal, reggae, or some of the other flavors of Halloween ear candy available, we've got a down-home suggestion for you: Napster's "Spooky Country" playlist. It's full of ghost songs and assorted frightful musical tales, and really sets the mood without being overly terrifying or overbearing. You'll hear good old country sounds with a spooky twist from artists including Alan Jackson, Johnny Cash, Marty Robbins, and Jim Stafford—everything from Ferlin Husky's "Phantom 309" to Ralph Stanley's "Oh, Death." And no country Halloween playlist would be complete without Charlie Daniels' "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," so of course you'll hear that, too. Great for powering up your haunted hoedown or just watching little ghosts and goblins collect their treats.

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