Highlights

Every Halloween party needs sound. And, if you have a Prime subscription, this music is free.

  • "Soundtrack for the imagination"
  • 22 tracks
  • Just over 1 hour of audio
Details

Thing is, you will need to play something for your guests (or even just trick-or-treaters). There's no reason you should pay extra for music when you have a Prime subscription. You just need to stream it. (Of course, you can buy the rights to it if you want.) But, there's more to this album than spooky tracks. People rave about this recording duo and you might just be the next one on that list.

What Reviewers Say:

  • For starters, who is Midnight Syndicate? If you've never heard of them, they are a duo (Ed Douglas and Gavin Goszka) whose specialty is making scary, atmospheric Halloween/gothic horror music that they call "soundtracks for the imagination" or "soundtracks to imaginary films", where the listener can picture a haunted world of their own creation by using their imagination. In other words, these guys create soundtracks to horror movies that don't exist. Their music is played everywhere throughout the Halloween season - costume shops, role playing game shops, amusement parks, haunted attractions, Hugh Hefner's Playboy Mansion Halloween parties, you name it. Their music has even been played on TV - Monday Night Football, Barbara Walters specials, haunted documentaries, etc. It also has been played at King Diamond concerts, as well as The Misfits.
  • These gothic ambient selections set the perfect mood for your deepest frightmares to materialize. If you are not familiar with Midnight Syndicate, "Halloween Music Collection" is the ideal CD to begin with. Listen if you dare!!
  • Gotta say I love this CD! Picked it up to add a creepy atmosphere while trick or treaters came by. But I'll be listening to this more than just at Halloween. The Midnight Syndicate truly knows how to create original scary music!

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