Did You Know? The Soundtrack includes a compilation of artists: The Ramones, Lionel Richie, and Scott Humphrey as well as work by the film director -- Rob Zombie. The featured Zombie-written song (also fittingly named 'House of 1000 Corpses') is played in the opening credits of the movie. Originally featured on Zombie's second solo album 'The Sinister Urge,' this song is paired with a bonus track on the soundtrack called 'Unholy Three.'
Did You Know? Released in 1995, The two-disc CD features covers from well-known horror movie themes and a bonus disc titled 'Music of The Vampires' (written by Matt Fink). A highlight on the disc is the cover from 'The Exorcist' called 'Tubular Bells.' Click on the video below for the original themed version.
Did You Know? A precursor to 'Realm of Shadows' (also on this list), 'Born of the Night' showcases rich, gothic orchestrations and horrific sound-effects with collaborations by Gavin Goszka and Joseph Vargo (who also directed and produced this album). The album tells of a musical journey through a haunted castle; The introduction of the song 'Haunted Nursery' begins with the audio of a faint crying baby, followed by a synthesized, disturbing, lullaby rhyme.
Did You Know? Most of the songs are composed by ex-Nine Inch Nails band member Charlie Clouser, as well as Page Hamilton, Danny Lohner, and Chas Smith. The featured song, 'Zepp Overture,' was composed by Clouser and appears at the very end of the film.
Did You Know? Primarily known for their modern Christmas recordings, Mannheim Steamroller have also done several Halloween albums. For their first Halloween album -- simply titled 'Halloween' -- features 'Toccata in de Mole,' which is a rendition of Bach's 'Toccata & Fugue in D minor.'
Did You Know? 'Realm of Shadows' was Midnight Syndicate's third studio album. This album -- along with their precursor 'Born of the Night' -- were both featured soundtracks for Universal Studios' 'Halloween Horror Nights.' Be sure to listen to their track, 'Soliloquy' below.
Did You Know? Keith Parkinson, a fantasy artist and illustrator known for his game artwork designed the packaging for this album, released in 2002.
Did You Know? Composed by Danny Elfman, the soundtrack peaked at No. 98 on the Billboard 200 and was up for Best Original Score for the 1993 Golden Globe nominations. The film's featured song, 'This Is Halloween' was also covered by Marilyn Manson for the re-release of 'The Nightmare Before Christmas' Soundtrack in 2006.