Next time you host a vampire party, need a smooth song list for your vampy friends, vampire movie marathon, or just for a Halloween party... you'll need a good vampire mix tape (play list). We've got a song list with just enough bite. After searching the pop and rock music archives, here are the best vampire songs. Sink your teeth into the top 20 vampire songs of all time.
1 - Nosferatu by Blue Öyster Cult from the Spectres album of 1977, which also featured the appropriate song "I Love the Night". Nosferatu is the ultimate vampire song.
2 - Vampires (1995) by Adam Ant, formerly of Adam & the Ants (where are the Ants now?)
3 - Blood & Roses (1986) by the Smithereens
4 - Love Bites by Def Leppard
5 - Death on Two Legs by Queen from "A Night at the Opera"
You suck my blood like a leech, You break the law and you breach
6 - Bat Out of Hell by Meat Loaf
7 - Bloodletting (The Vampire Song) by Concrete Blonde
8 - Prince of Darkness by Alice Cooper. Soundtrack to the John Carpenter film.
9 - Vampire Waltz by Burning Brides
10 - Sugar Don't Bite by Sam Harris, the long-forgotten 80s singer, one hit wonder.
11 - Vampires Will Never Hurt You by My Chemical Romance
12 - Suck by Nine Inch Nails
13 - Blood by the Cure, the grim band that belongs on this list most of all!
14 - Fly by Night from Rush on their second LP.
15 - Vampire Love by Ash, a vampire ballad.
16 - Bat Country by Avenged Sevenfold, a gruesome vampire song
17 - Vampires, an instrumental by Godsmack
18 - Once Bitten, Twice Shy by Ian Hunter (Mott the Hoople) in 1975 and by Great White in 1989
19 - Tattoo Vampire by Blue Öyster Cult
20 - Blood on the Rooftops by Genesis
Bonus Track 1: Night Moves by Bog Segar. Most vamps have some cool moves at night.
Bonus Track 2: Night in my Veins (1994) by the Pretenders
There you have it, vamp tunes for your next Twilight party or real vampire movie festival, plenty of pop & rock songs to serenade you through the night.
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No humans were harmed in the making of this Vampire Song list for Halloween or Twilight parties; it was written entirely in ink.