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Haunted Hits

written by: Gilligan
 
I hope you enjoy this quiz on creepy classics. From the obvious to the obscure, we'll cover them all in this monster mix of terrifying tracks perfect for Halloween. Enter if you dare.

Question 1:

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This artist began his 1978 hit featured in the audio clip with the opening line: "I saw a werewolf with a Chinese menu in his hand walking through the streets of Soho in the rain. He was looking for the place called Lee Ho Fook's, going to get a big dish of beef chow mein."
Andrew Gold
Todd Rundgren
Randy Newman
Warren Zevon


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Heavy metal has its share of horrific album covers, but none are perhaps more haunting and laced with mystery than a 1970 album (pictured in the image provided) by this band.
King Crimson
Pentangle
Led Zeppelin
Black Sabbath


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"I Put a Spell on You" was a successful song by this theatrical singer in 1957. It has been covered dozens of times, but few can recreate this performer's manic and diabolical grunts and screams.
Cripple Clarence Lofton
Screamin' Jay Hawkins
Big Joe Turner
Howlin' Wolf


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Question 4:

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Considered by many to be the successor to Edgar Allan Poe, this author of early 20th century supernatural tales has been an inspiration to many a musician. The heavy metal band, Metallica, has recorded songs inspired by his works, and the prog rock band, Caravan, recorded the song "C'thlu Thlu" (1973) which was also inspired by his horror fiction (audio clip).
H. P. Lovecraft
Algernon Blackwood
Jorge Luis Borges
Peter Straub


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In 1990, this alternative band released a top forty single called "Joey", but it was their album's other track, "Bloodletting (The Vampire Song)", that remains a gothic rock anthem.
The Damned
My Bloody Valentine
Sisters of Mercy
Concrete Blonde


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Question 6:

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In 1979, this band released a highly influential gothic rock single with the following lyrics:
"The bats have left the bell tower. The victims have been bled.
Red velvet lines the black box. Bela Lugosi's dead...
Alone in a darkened room, The Count"
Joy Division
The Stranglers
Midnight Oil
Bauhaus


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Question 7:


Name the 1962 song recorded by Bobby "Boris" Pickett which contains the line: "What ever happened to my Transylvania Twist?" spoken in a Bela Lugosi accent.


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What heavy metal band has a horrifying mascot named "Eddie" who is featured on nearly every one of their album covers and live shows?
Judas Priest
Lizzie Borden
Iron Maiden
Metallica


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Question 9:

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The Ramones recorded the title song to which Stephen King film?
The Dead Zone
Creepshow
Salem's Lot
Pet Semetary


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Question 10:

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The song featured in the sound clip is "Bark at the Moon", a 1983 recording by this artist who often incorporated elements of the horror genre in his music and stage presence.
Alice Cooper
Ronnie James Dio
Ozzy Osbourne
Ted Nugent


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Question 11:

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The woman featured in the image provided was the lead vocalist for a very influential band known for their dark imagery. With songs like "Halloween" and "Killing Jar" this group set the standard for other bands like The Cure, who followed closely on their heels and echoed their goth sensibility.
The New York Dolls
Sonic Youth
Siouxsie & the Banshees
Garbage


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Question 12:

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This haunting song by Echo & the Bunnymen was used in the opening sequence in the cult classic, Donnie Darko.
The Killing Moon
Moon Over Bourbon Street
Every Day Is Halloween
Season Of The Witch


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Question 13:

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The 1973 song "Tubular Bells" by Mike Oldfield was used for which of the following movies?
Rosemary's Baby
The Shining
The Exorcist
Halloween


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Question 14:

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With its vivid references to death, It would be hard to find a song more dark and haunting than the tune featured in the audio clip. Which group recorded this hit back in 1976?
Steely Dan
Santana
Blue Öyster Cult
Foghat


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Question 15:

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"Dead Man's Party" was a modest hit for this new wave band, known for their Halloween concerts and horror genre image which tended to be more off-beat than scary.
Talking Heads
Bow Wow Wow
Oingo Boingo
Wall of Voodoo


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Question 16:

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In 1975, Alice Cooper released this classic concept album.
Toys in the Attic
Houses of the Holy
Appetite for Destruction
Welcome to My Nightmare


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