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3 Ghoulish tunes to blast on your ceiling speakers

28 October 2022  |  Amit

If you’re a Lithe Audio customer, then you’re well qualified to blast the following music recommendations through your home. If you’re not, then there’s never been a better time to invest in your audio. Unlike other speakers, ours send music down from above. Spooky…


Bobby Pickett - Monster Mash

A unique blend of horror-themed storytelling and surf music. Label this as one of your Halloween party essentials. For that extra fear-factor, check out Bobby’s facial gymnastics throughout this live performance - they’re something else…


Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells

Take a tinkling piano sequence, throw in some percussive jabs, then use it in some creepy-as-hell 70s flick, and you have another solid addition to your Halloween playlist. Yes, it’s the music from The Exorcist, but don’t try playing it any longer than a few minutes, because it gets all kinds of weird.


Andrew Lloyd Webber - “The Phantom of the Opera”

One for the opera aficionados. It’s horror themed, it begins with an organ, and it’s sung by a suited man wearing a mask. The storyline isn’t quite #metoo, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy its soaring symphonies and crashing crescendoes.



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