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Zombie Music Playlist


Zombie Music Playlist, Halloween


Are you a George A. Romero fan, a Walking Dead fan, or are you like Tina from Bob's Burgers and have a perfectly healthy obsession with zombies? If the answer is yes to any of these then this Living Dead playlist is for you, or alternatively just add the tracks to your Halloween party music.
My Body's A Zombie for You - Dead Man's Bones
I Walked with a Zombie - Roky Erickson
Eye of the Zombie - John Fogerty
Zombie Dance - The Cramps
I Walked With A Zombie – REM
Ghost Town – The Specials
Don't Stop Me Now - Queen (from Shaun of the Dead)
Lies Of The Living Dead - The Chesterfield Kings
I Walked With A Zombie - The Chesterfield Kings 
Zombie - Gene Kardos
Zombie - The Monotones
Rockin' Zombie - The Crewnecks
Zombie Dance - Alice Cooper
Zombie Jamboree - Harry Belafonte
Do the Zombie – The Symbols
Zombi – The Monotones
Cha Cha With the Zombies – The Upperclassmen
Wombie Zombie - Billy Taylor and The Tear Drops
The Living Dead - Jim Burgett
Zombie Zoo - Tom Petty
Zombie Walk - The Magics
Do the Zombie - The Symbols
Zombie - The Cranberries
Zombie - Johnny Fever
Eye of the Zombie - John Fogerty
Zombie Stomp - The Del Aires

Tracks available from Amazon US / UK

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