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Radio Disney’s Monstober Music Mashup On-Air Special

Radio Disney stars Candice Huckeba, Maddie Whitby, Morgan Tompkins, Jake Whetter show off their Halloween pumpkins.Attention, monsters, ghouls, movie stars, and assorted royalty (plus whatever your costume is), whether you are hosting a Halloween party, passing out candy, or traveling from one spooky location to the next, there is one thing every trick-or-treater needs on Halloween night: a soundtrack.

LEFT: Radio Disney stars Candice Huckeba, Maddy Whitby, Morgan Tompkins, Jake Whetter show off their Halloween pumpkins.

I would also have accepted a costume, adult supervision, safety light, reflector tape, and candy.

Tomorrow night, October 31 (that’s Halloween!), Radio Disney will feature an on-air special “Radio Disney’s Monstober Music Mashup,” which is an all-Halloween music playlist from 3:00-10:00 p.m. — that’s right, it runs well past bedtime (mine) and into the witching hour (ish). The Halloween special includes spooky classics, listener favorites, and top hits from today’s biggest artists including Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” which pleases me to no end. In fact, I’m going to share it because I just can’t help myself.

Note, this video might be scary for some viewers, but it’s a classic!

Also on the playlist:
Katy Perry “Ghost”
Vic Mizzy “The Addams Family”
Chuckii Booker “Crypt Jam”
Becky G “Problem (featuring will.i.am)”
Bella Thorne & Roshon Fegan “Let’s Get Tricky”
China Anne McClain “I Got My Scream On”
China Anne McClain “Calling All the Monsters”
Kenton Duty, Adam Irigoyen & Davis Cleveland “Monster Mash”

Basically, thanks to Radio Disney your Halloween soundtrack needs are taken care of. Now get out there and get your spooky groove on!

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Whit HoneaRead more from Whit Honea at his site Honea Express. You can follow Whit on the Twitter, Instagram, Google+, and Pinterest (his opinions are his own and do not reflect those of Babble or most rational people).

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