Halloween Musicals

A number of Halloween-themed musicals have been produced to varying amounts of success.  Some of these have only made it as off-Broadway productions while others have had successful enough runs to be adapted for films while still others were conceived of strictly as films.  Then there are those that take the opposite route: musicals based on movies.  There's also a tv show episode in here, several animated movies, even a musical that started as an album years before it had a stage production.  Some text adapted from Wikipedia



The Addams Family (2011) - An adaptation of the comics/tv show/movies featuring Nathan Lane as Gomez and Bebe Neuwirth as Morticia.  The critics weren't kind to it, but you can't expect much originality from material that has been recycled through so many other formats.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Addams_Family_musical

Format(s): Stage production

Act I
01 - The Addams Family Theme
02 - Overture
03 - When You're an Addams - The Addams Family and Ancestors
04 - Pulled - Wednesday
05 - Where Did We Go Wrong - Morticia and Gomez
06 - One Normal Night - Company
07 - Morticia - Gomez and Male Ancestors
08 - What If? - Pugsley
09 - Full Disclosure - Company
10 - Waiting - Alice
11 - Full Disclosure (Part 2) - Company

Act II
01 - Entr'acte
02 - Just Around the Corner - Morticia and Ancestors
03 - The Moon and Me - Uncle Fester and Female Ancestors
04 - Happy/Sad - Gomez
05 - Crazier Than You - Lucas and Wednesday
06 - Let's Not Talk About Anything Else But Love - Mal, Gomez, Fester
07 - Let's Not Talk About Anything Else But Love {Reprise]- Grandma, Gomez, Fester
08 - In the Arms - Mal and Alice
09 - Live Before We Die - Gomez and Morticia
10 - Tango de Amor - Gomez, Morticia and Ancestors
11 - Move Toward the Darkness - Company


The Apple (1980) - This sci-fi/Orwellian retelling of Faust (and set in the distant future of 1994!) is possibly the most crap-tastic movie on this list.  It's so jaw-droppingly confused and awful that I absolutely loved it.  True story: I actually joined Netflix just to see this after watching a clip years before online.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Apple_%281980_film%29

Format(s): Movie, very rare soundtrack album (bootlegs exist that also include dvd rips of the movie versions of the songs)

Songs:
01 - B.I.M. - Allan Love & Grace Kennedy
02 - (Love the) Universal Melody - George Gilmour & Mary Hylan
03 - Made for Me - Allan Love & Mary Hylan
04 - Showbizness - Vladek Sheybal & Ray Shell
05 - The Apple - Allan Love
06 - Master - Vladek Sheybal, Allan Love, Grace Kennedy & Ray Shell
07 - Speed - Mary Hylan
08 - Where Has Love Gone? - George Gilmour
09 - Cry for Me - George Gilmour & Mary Hylan
10 - Coming - Grace Kennedy
11 - I Found Me - Grace Kennedy
12 - Child of Love - Joss Ackland, Mary Hylan & George Gilmour
13 - Creation - Joss Ackland

BONUS TRACKS (DVD Rips):
14 - BIM
15 - Love, the Universal Melody
16 - Made for Me
17 - Showbizness
18 - The Apple
19 - Master (Additional Verses)
20 - Speed
21 - Where Has Love Gone?
22 - National Fitness Hour
23 - BIM (reprise)
24 - Cry for Me
25 - Coming (Additional Verse)
26 - I Found Me - Grace Kennedy & Mary Hylan
27 - Child of Love
28 - Finale (Love, the Universal Melody)
29 - The Apple (reprise)


Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Once More, With Feeling (2001) - An episode of the cult tv series.  They did this one as a musical with creator Joss Whedon actually writing all the songs, something he continued with for Dr. Horrible.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Once_More,_with_Feeling_%28Buffy_the_Vampire_Slayer%29

Format(s): Tv episode, Album

Songs:
01 - Overture/Going Through The Motions - Buffy
02 - I've Got A Theory/Bunnies/If We're Together - Giles/Willow/Xander/Anya/Tara/Buffy
03 - The Mustard - Soundtrack
04 - Under Your Spell - Tara
05 - I'll Never Tell - Anya/Xander
06 - The Parking Ticket - Soundtrack
07 - Rest In Peace - Spike
08 - Dawn's Lament - Dawn
09 - Dawn's Ballet - Soundtrack
10 - What You Feel - Sweet/Dawn
11 - Standing - Giles
12 - Under Your Spell/Standing (Reprise) - Tara/Giles
13 - Walk Through The Fire - Buffy/Spike/Sweet/Giles/Xander/Anya/Tara/Willow
14 - Something To Sing About - Buffy/Spike
15 - What You Feel (Reprise) - Sweet
16 - Where Do We Go From Here? - Dawn/Buffy/Spike/Giles/Tara/Xander/Anya
17 - Coda - Buffy/Spike
18 - End Credits (Broom Dance/Grr Arrgh) - Soundtrack
19 - Main Title - Soundtrack
20 - Suite From 'Restless': Willow's Nightmare/First Rage/Chain Of Ancients - Soundtrack
21 - Suite From 'Hush': Silent Night/First Kiss/Enter The Gentlemen/Schism - Soundtrack
22 - Sacrifice (From 'The Gift') - Soundtrack
23 - Something To Sing About (Demo) - Kai Cole & Joss Whedon


Corpse Bride (2005) - Tim Burton's follow-up to The Nightmare Before Christmas.  Not the most original movie (and another one in a series of unoriginal films from him), but people seem to like it well enough.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corpse_Bride

Format(s): Movie, Soundtrack album

Songs:
01 - Main Title
02 - According to Plan*
03 - Victor's Piano Solo
04 - Into the Forest
05 - Remains of the Day*
06 - Casting a Spell
07 - Moon Dance
08 - Victor's Deception
09 - Tears to Shed*
10 - Victoria's Escape
11 - The Piano Duet
12 - New Arrival
13 - Victoria's Wedding
14 - The Wedding Song*
15 - The Party Arrives
16 - Victor's Wedding
17 - Barkis's Bummer
18 - The Finale
19 - End Credits Part 1
20 - End Credits Part 2
* Songs contain lyrics, sung by voice actors.

Bonus Tracks from Bonejangles and his Bone Boys
01 - Ball & Socket Lounge Music #1
02 - Remains of the Day (Combo Lounge Version)
03 - Ball & Socket Lounge Music #2
04 - Ball & Socket Lounge Music #1 (Combo Version)


Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1990) - This show has had a long run and several revivals, but it ultimately lost money and never really garnered much critical acclaim.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jekyll_%26_Hyde_%28musical%29

Format(s): Stage production

Act I
01 - Lost in the Darkness - Dr. Henry Jekyll
02 - Facade - Ensemble
03 - Jekyll's Plea - Henry Jekyll, Mr. Simon Stride, Sir Danvers Carew and The Board of Governors
04 - Pursue the Truth - Henry Jekyll and Mr. John Utterson
05 - Facade (Reprise 1) - Ensemble
06 - Emma's Reasons - Mr. Simon Stride and Emma Carew
07 - Take Me as I Am - Henry Jekyll and Emma Carew
08 - Letting Go - Sir Danvers Carew and Emma Carew
09 - Facade (Reprise 2) - Ensemble
10 - No One Knows Who I Am - Lucy Harris
11 - Good 'N' Evil - Lucy Harris and Ensemble
12 - Here's to the Night / Jekyll Meets Lucy  - Lucy Harris & Henry Jekyll
13 - Now There is No Choice  - Henry Jekyll
14 - This Is the Moment - Henry Jekyll
15 - First Transformation - Henry Jekyll and Edward Hyde
16 - Alive - Edward Hyde
17 - His Work, And Nothing More - Henry Jekyll, John Utterson, Sir Danvers Carew and Emma Carew
18 - Sympathy, Tenderness - Lucy Harris
19 - Someone Like You - Lucy Harris
20 - Alive (Reprise) - Edward Hyde and Ensemble

Act II
01 - Murder, Murder - A Newsboy and Ensemble
02 - Once Upon a Dream - Emma Carew
03 - Obsession - Dr. Henry Jekyll
04 - In His Eyes - Lucy Harris and Emma Carew
05 - Dangerous Game - Edward Hyde and Lucy Harris
06 - Facade (Reprise 3) - Spider and Ensemble
07 - The Way Back - Henry Jekyll
08 - A New Life - Lucy Harris
09 - Sympathy, Tenderness (Reprise) - Edward Hyde
10 - Lost in the Darkness/The Way Back & Confrontation - Henry Jekyll & Edward Hyde
11 - Facade (Reprise 4) - Ensemble
12 - The Wedding - Boy Soprano
13 - Finale - Emma Carew


Dreams in the Witch House: A Lovecraftian Rock Opera (2014) - Platform Studios, Polar Studios and the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society put out this concept album based on the story “The Dreams in the Witch House” (1933) by H.P. Lovecraft
More info here: http://www.cthulhulives.org/store/storeDetailPages/witchhouse.html

Format(s): Concept album
 
Act I
01 - The Confession / Arkham Overture
02 - Dreams in the Witch House
03 - High Fire / Breaking me Down
04 - Bridge to the Stars
05 - The Nightmare
06 - No Turning Back
07 - Signum Crucis
08 - Nothing I Can Do
Act II
01 - Legends and Lore
02 - The Sleepwalker
03 - Blessed are the Faithful
04 - Crawling Chaos
05 - Azathoth
06 - The Sacrifice / No Turning Back (reprise)
07- Between Reality and Dreaming
08 - Madness is my Destiny


Evil Dead: The Musical (2003) - The musical adaptation of Sam Raimi's films.  It has had quite a few productions.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evil_Dead:_The_Musical

Format(s): Stage production

2003 Version

Act I
01 - Cabin in the Woods - Ash, Linda, Scott, Shelly, and Cheryl
02 - Housewares Employee - Ash and Linda
03 - It Won't Let Us Leave - Cheryl
04 - Look Who's Evil Now - Cheryl and Shelly
05 - What the Fuck Was That? - Ash and Scott
06 - Join Us - Cheryl and Moose
07 - Good Old Reliable Jake - Jake
08 - I'm Not a Killer - Ash

Act II
01 - I'm Not a Killer (Reprise) - Ash
02 - Bit-Part Demon - Ed
03 - All the Men in My Life Keep Getting Killed by Candarian Demons - Annie
04 - Do the Necronomicon - Demons
05 - It's Time - Company
06 - Hail to the King - Company

2006-present
Act I
01 - Cabin in the Woods - Ash, Linda, Scott, Shelly, and Cheryl
02 - Housewares Employee - Ash and Linda
03 - It Won't Let Us Leave - Cheryl
04 - Look Who's Evil Now - Cheryl and Shelly
05 - What the Fuck Was That? - Ash and Scott
06 - Join Us - Cheryl, Moose, and House Spirits
07 - Good Old Reliable Jake - Jake, Annie, and Ed
08 - Housewares Employee (Reprise) - Ash and Linda
09 - I'm Not a Killer - Ash

Act II
01 - I'm Not a Killer (Reprise) - Ash
02 - Bit-Part Demon - Ed
03 - All the Men in My Life Keep Getting Killed by Candarian Demons - Annie, Ash, and Jake
04 - Ode to an Accidental Stabbing - Jake, and Annie,
05 - Do the Necronomicon - Demons
06 - It's Time - Ash and Company
07 - We Will Never Die - Demons
08 - Blew That Bitch Away - Company


Giant Killer Shark: The Musical (2006) - A campy retelling of Jaws in all but name.  In fact, the production goes out of its way to avoid getting sued while winking at the audience in every way possible, including the poster parodying the iconic film poster.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giant_Killer_Shark:_The_Musical

Format(s): Stage production

Songs:
01 - Totally Sexy Nudie Swim Party!
02 - Livin' On A Copyright-Protected Island
03 - Lookin' For (Beach) Closure
04 - Fourth Of July
05 - Big Sexy American Beach Party!
06 - Shark Attack!
07 - 100% Autopsy Dance Party!
08 - Interlude
09 - What Are We Gonna Do?
10 - Ska Fishing
11 - Bondin' An' Boozin'
12 - Shark Attack Reprise!
13 - Balls, I'm Dead
14 - The Only Good Shark Is A Dead Shark
Added later: Super Awesome Magic Show Party! (Montage)


The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1997) - Written by Dennis DeYoung from Styx.  This was an album before it was finally staged as a musical years later.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hunchback_of_Notre_Dame_%28Dennis_DeYoung_album%29

Format(s): Stage production, Album

 Songs:
01 - Who Will Love This Child?
02 - King of Fools
03 - Hey Quasimodo
04 - By the Grace of God
05 - When I Dance for You
06 - Ave Maria
07 - Alms for the Beggarman
08 - Paradise
09 - Bless Me Father
10 - With Every Heartbeat
11 - Beneath the Moon
12 - While There's Still Time
13 - This I Pray
14 - Esmerelda
15 - The Confrontation
16 - Sanctuary
17 - With Every Heartbeat (Reprise)


King Kong (2013) - The musical adaptation of the 1933 film.  The production got mixed reviews.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_Kong_%282013_musical%29#Awards_and_nominations

Format(s): Stage production, Soundtrack album

Act I
01 - Hunting Season - Carl Denham
02 - Sweethearts on Parade - Busker Quartet
03 - Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? - Company
04 - What's It Gonna Take? - Ann Darrow
05 - I Wanna Be Loved By You - The Company
06 - Colossus - Carl Denham
07 - Special FX - Ann Darrow and Company
08 - Perfect - Jack Driscoll
09 - Foxtrot - Instrumental
10 - Ritual - High Priestess and Company
11 - The Ascent - Instrumental
12 - In the Face of Forever - Jack Driscoll
13 - Full Moon Lullaby - Ann Darrow
14 - The Chase - Instrumental

Act II
01 - What's It Gonna Take? (reprise) - Ann Darrow
02 - The Greatest Show On Earth - Carl Denham, Cassandra and Company
03 - Dance With Me - Jack Driscoll
04 - A Simple Prayer - Ann Darrow
05 - Kill 4 The Thrill" - Carl Denham and Company
06 - Get Happy - Company
07 - Rise - Cassandra and Company
08 - Full Moon Lullaby (reprise) - Ann Darrow
09 - Amen, Opus 35 - Instrumental


Little Shop of Horrors (1982/86) - The musical adaptation of Roger Corman's film.  The best singer in the show is a giant carnivorous plant.  Go figure.
Stage Musical Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Shop_of_Horrors_%28musical%29
Film Musical Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Shop_of_Horrors_%28film%29

Format(s): Stage production, Movie, Soundtrack album

Stage version:
Act I
01 - Prologue (Little Shop of Horrors) - Chiffon, Crystal and Ronette
02 - Skid Row (Downtown) - Company
03 - Da-Doo - Chiffon, Crystal and Ronette
04 - Grow for Me - Seymour
05 - Ya Never Know - Mushnik, Chiffon, Crystal, Ronette and Seymour
06 - Somewhere That's Green - Audrey
07 - Closed for Renovations - Seymour, Audrey and Mushnik
08 - Dentist! - Orin, Chiffon, Crystal and Ronette
09 - Mushnik and Son - Mushnik and Seymour
10 - Sudden Changes - Seymour
11 - Feed Me (Git It) - Audrey II and Seymour
12 - Now (It's Just the Gas) - Orin and Seymour
13 - Coda - Chiffon, Crystal, Ronette and Audrey II

Act II
01 - Call Back in the Morning - Seymour and Audrey
02 - Suddenly, Seymour - Seymour, Audrey, Chiffon, Crystal and Ronette
03 - Suppertime - Audrey II
04 - The Meek Shall Inherit - Company
05 - Sominex/Suppertime (reprise) - Audrey and Audrey II
06 - Somewhere That's Green (reprise) - Audrey
07 - Finale Ultimo (Don't Feed the Plants) - Company

Film version:
01 - Prologue: Little Shop of Horrors - Chiffon, Ronette, Crystal
02 - Skid Row (Downtown) - Seymour, Audrey, Mushnik, Chiffon, Ronette, Crystal, Company
03 - Da-Doo - Seymour, Chiffon, Ronette, Crystal
04 - Grow for Me - Seymour, Chiffon, Ronette, Crystal (off-screen)
05 - Somewhere That's Green - Audrey
06 - Some Fun Now - Chiffon, Ronette, Crystal
07 - Dentist! - Orin, Chiffon, Ronette, Crystal
08 - Feed Me (Git It) - Audrey II, Seymour
09 - Suddenly, Seymour - Seymour, Audrey, Chiffon, Ronette, Crystal
10 - Suppertime - Audrey II, Chiffon, Ronette, Crystal
11 - The Meek Shall Inherit - Chiffon, Ronette, Crystal, Company
12 - Suppertime (Reprise) - Audrey II, Audrey
13 - Final ending
14 - Suddenly, Seymour (Reprise) - Audrey, Seymour
15 - Mean Green Mother from Outer Space - Audrey II, the Pods
16 - Little Shop of Horrors medley (end credits) - Company
17 - Planned ending[citation needed]
18 - Somewhere That's Green (Reprise) - Audrey, Seymour
19 - Mean Green Mother from Outer Space - Audrey II, the Pods
20 - Finale: Don't Feed the Plants - Chiffon, Ronette, Crystal, Company


The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) - Tim Burton's classic Christmas movie that's more about Halloween than anything else.  It starts off with the most definitive Halloween song in the last twenty years.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nightmare_Before_Christmas

Format(s): Movie, Soundtrack album (including an expanded version with covers of some songs)

Songs:
01 - Overture
02 - Opening
03 - This Is Halloween
04 - Jacks Lament
05 - In the Forest
06 - What's This?
07 - Town Meeting Song
08 - Jack and Sally Montage
09 - Jack's Obsession
10 - Kidnap the Sandy Claws
11 - Making Christmas
12 - Nabbed
13 - Oogie Boogie's Song
14 - Sally's Song
15 - Christmas Eve Montage
16 - Poor Jack
17 - To the Rescue
18 - Finale - Reprise
19 - Closing
20 - End Title


Nudist Colony Of The Dead (1991) - Horror musical comedy of the dead.  Gets extra credit for putting Forrest J. Ackerman in a supporting role.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nudist_Colony_of_the_Dead

Format(s): Movie

 Songs:
01 - Nudist Colony of the Dead
02 - God's Gonna Show Us the Way
03 - Nudist Colony of the Dead (Instrumental)
04 - Ranger Bygbutt's Rap
05 - Inky Dinky Doo-Dah Morning
06 - We're All Gonna Die
07 - Satan
08 - Kill, Kill, Kill All the Zealots
09 - Ranger Bygbutt's Rap (reprise)
10 - Finale/Nudist Colony of the Dead (reprise)
BONUS TRACKS:
11 - Why Can't Everybody Be Like Me?
12 - The Geek Song
13 - Love Song
14 - The Nudist Song
15 - Nudist Colony of the Dead (Opening Credits Version)
16 - Nudist Colony of the Dead (Alternate Instrumental)


Phantom of the Opera (1976) - Ken Hill's version.  It has had nine tours and was actually an inspiration for the Lloyd Webber version that is more widely-known today.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phantom_of_the_Opera_%281976_musical%29

Format(s): Stage production, Soundtrack album

 Act I
01 - Welcome Sir I'm So Delighted - Debienne, Remy, Faust, Mephistopheles, Richard, Raoul, Jammes
02 - Accursed All Base Pursuit Of Earthly Pleasure - Faust
03 - How Dare She - Raoul
04 - Late Last Night I'm In The Cellars - The Groom
05 - All Of My Dreams Faded Suddenly - Christine
06 - While Floating High Above (Music: Bizet, The Pearl Fishers) - The Phantom
07 - She Says She's Got The Nodules - Faust, Carlotta, Richard, Remy, Jammes, Debienne, Christine
08 - What Do I See - Christine (as Carlotta)
09 - To Pain My Heart Selfishly Dooms Me (Music: Offenbach, Les contes d'Hoffmann) - The Phantom, Raoul, Christine

Act II
01 - The Entr'Acte
02 - Ah! Do I Hear My Lover's Voice? - Faust, Christine
03 - No Sign! I See No Sign! - Debienne, Richard, Raoul, Remy, Dominique, Faust, Jammes, Madam Giry
04 - Somewhere Above The Sun Shines Bright - Christine
05 - Born With A Monstrous Countenance - The Persian
06 - In The Shadows, Dim And Dreary - Raoul, The Persian
07 - 'What An Awful Way To Perish - Faust, The Persian, Madam Giry, Richard, Jammes, Raoul
08 - The Final Drama:
 -     Ne'er Forsake Me, Here Remain - The Phantom
 -     Ne'er Forsake Me, Here Remain (Reprise) - The Phantom, Christine
 -     He Will Not Go Without A Friend - Company


Phantom of the Opera (1986; 2004) - Andrew Lloyd Webber's version.  Welcome out from under the rock if you've never heard of this one.
Musical: Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phantom_of_the_Opera_%281986_musical%29
Film musical: Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Phantom_of_the_Opera_(2004_film)

Format(s): Stage production, Movie, Soundtrack albums

Act I
01 - Prologue
02 - Overture
03 - Hannibal - Carlotta, Piangi, Chorus and Ballet Girls
04 - Think of Me (Part 1) - Carlotta, Ballet Girls, André and Buquet
05 - Think of Me (Part 2) - Christine and Raoul
06 - Angel of Music - Meg and Christine
07 - Little Lotte/The Mirror (Angel of Music) - Christine, Raoul and Phantom
08 - The Phantom of the Opera - Phantom and Christine
09 - The Music of the Night - Phantom
10 - I Remember/Stranger than You Dreamt It - Christine and Phantom
11 - Magical Lasso - Buquet, Meg, Madame Giry, and Ballet Girls
12 - Notes/Prima Donna - Firmin, André, Raoul, Carlotta, Madame Giry, Meg, Piangi, and Phantom
13 - Poor Fool, He Makes Me Laugh (Il Muto) - Carlotta, Piangi and Company
14 - Why Have You Brought Me Here?/Raoul, I've Been There - Raoul and Christine
15 - All I Ask of You - Raoul and Christine
16 - All I Ask of You (Reprise/I Gave You My Music)/Chandelier Crash - Phantom, Raoul, and Christine

Act II
01 - Entr’acte
02 - Masquerade/Why So Silent - Firmin, André, Raoul, Carlotta, Madame Giry, Meg, Piangi and Chorus/Phantom
03 - Notes II - Firmin, André, Carlotta, Piangi, Raoul, Christine, Madame Giry, and Phantom
04 - Twisted Every Way - Christine and Raoul
05 - A Rehearsal for Don Juan Triumphant - Carlotta, Piangi, Christine and Chorus
06 - Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again - Christine
07 - Wandering Child/Bravo, Monsieur! - Phantom, Christine, and Raoul
08 - Seal My Fate - Phantom
09 - Don Juan Triumphant - Piangi, Carlotta, Christine and Cast
10 - The Point of No Return - Phantom and Christine
11 - All I Ask of You (Reprise) - Phantom
12 - Down Once More/Track Down This Murderer - Phantom, Christine, Raoul, and Company
13 - Final Lair - Phantom, Christine, and Raoul


Phantom of the Paradise (1974) - An original movie musical directed by Brian DePalma.  It's a cross between Faust and Phantom of the Opera with elements of Rocky Horror thrown in, having come out a year after the original production and a year before the movie version.  There are also a number of nods to classic horror films, some very subtle.  Ironically, DePalma has practically disowned the film while its cult following has continued to grow.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phantom_of_the_Paradise

Format(s): Movie, Soundtrack album

Songs:
01 - Goodbye, Eddie, Goodbye - The Juicy Fruits
02 - Faust - Winslow
03 - Never Thought I'd Get to Meet the Devil - Winslow
04 - Faust (1st Reprise) - Winslow, Phoenix
05 - Upholstery - The Beach Bums
06 - Special to Me - Phoenix
07 - Faust (2nd Reprise) - The Phantom
08 - The Phantom's Theme (Beauty and the Beast) - The Phantom
09 - Somebody Super Like You (Beef construction song) - The Undeads
10 - Life at Last - Beef
11 - Old Souls - Phoenix
12 - The Hell of It - Swan


Re-Animator: The Musical (2011) - A well-received adaptation of the Stuart Gordon film adaptation of the Lovecraft story.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Re-Animator:_The_Musical
I need a songlist for this one.  If you have one, please email it to me.

Repo! The Genetic Opera (2008) - A musical film featuring some noteables (especially for fans of Giles from Buffy).  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Repo!_The_Genetic_Opera

From Wikipedia: Repo! The Genetic Opera holds the record for the most songs ever composed into one film, with a total of 64 - This is the official list of all the songs in the film. Some were cut from the final edit of the film.

Joan Jett appears as a guitarist and Melora Creager of Rasputina plays cello on the soundtrack. A 7-track demo CD, dubbed the "Pre-Surgery Sampler", was released on July 24, 2008 - A 22-track soundtrack was released on September 30 - Songs do not appear in the same sequence on the CD as they do in the film. On February 20, 2009, an extended edition of the soundtrack was released online. The "Deluxe Edition" contains 38 tracks and the song "Zydrate Anatomy" was re-cut and used in its film version for this edition.

Format(s): Movie, Soundtrack album

In the film, the following songs are performed: (* = instrumental)
01 - Depraved Heart Murder at Sanitarium Square*
02 - Genetic Repo Man - GraveRobber
03 - Crucifixus*
04 - The Prognosis*
05 - Things You See in a Graveyard (Part 1) - Rotti
06 - 21st Century Cure - GraveRobber and Shilo
07 - Shilo Wakes - Nathan and Shilo
08 - Infected - Shilo
09 - Nathan's Story*
10 - Legal Assassin - Nathan and Marni
11 - Lungs and Livers - GeneCo Chorus
12 - Mark It Up - Genterns, Amber, Luigi and Pavi
13 - Tao of Mag (Part 1) - Mag
14 - Rotti's Story*
15 - Things You See in a Graveyard (Part 2) - Rotti
16 - Limo Ride - Rotti and Shilo
17 - Thankless Job - Nathan
18 - A Ventriloquist's Mess*
19 - Tao of Mag (Part 2) - Mag
20 - No Organs? No Problemo! - GeneCo Chorus
21 - Largo's Little Helpers - Child Chorus
22 - Genterns - Genterns and Pavi
23 - Luigi, Pavi, Amber Harass Mag - Luigi, Mag, Amber, Pavi and Rotti
24 - Seeing You Stirs Memories (Part 1) - Rotti
25 - Blind Mag's Story*
26 - Seeing You Stirs Memories (Part 2) - Rotti and Mag
27 - My, What Big Scissors You Have - Shilo
28 - Housecall - Rotti (spoken)
29 - Inopportune Telephone Call - Nathan and Shilo
30 - Before the Escape*
31 - GraveRobber and Shilo Escape - GraveRobber and Shilo
32 - Zydrate Support Network - Rotti
33 - Worthy Heirs?*
34 - Zydrate Anatomy - GraveRobber, Shilo, Amber and Zydrate addicts
35 - Disposal Crew - Disposal crew
36 - A Dump Truck Home*
37 - Who Ordered Pizza? - Luigi, Pavi, Nathan, Rotti and Amber
38 - Night Surgeon - Nathan, Rotti, Henchgirls, Luigi, Pavi and Genterns
39 - The Visitor*
40 - Chase the Morning - Mag, Shilo and Marni
41 - Everyone's a Composer - Mag, Nathan and Shilo
42 - Come Back! - Nathan and Shilo
43 - What Chance Has a 17 Year Old Girl - Nathan and Shilo
44 - Seventeen - Shilo
45 - Pre-Happiness*
46 - Happiness is Not a Warm Scalpel - Amber and Rotti
47 - Gold - Rotti
48 - Nathan Discovers Rotti's Plan - Nathan and Shilo
49 - Tonight We Are Betrayed - Nathan
50 - At the Opera Tonight - Shilo, Mag, Nathan, Amber, GraveRobber, Rotti, Luigi and Pavi
51 - Bloodbath! - GraveRobber
52 - Not Your Parents' Opera*
53 - We Started This Op'ra Shit! - Luigi, Pavi, Rotti and GeneCo Chorus
54 - Interrogation Room Challenge - Rotti
55 - Blame Not My Cheeks - Amber and GeneCo Chorus
56 - Chromaggia - Mag
57 - Mag's Fall*
58 - Pièce De Résistance - Rotti
59 - Let the Monster Rise - Nathan and Shilo
60 - A Ten Second Opera*
61 - Sawman's Lament - Rotti, Luigi, Pavi, Shilo and Nathan
62 - The Man Who Made You Sick - Rotti, Shilo and Nathan
63 - Cut the Ties - Rotti, Luigi, Shilo and Pavi
64 - Shilo Turns Against Rotti - Shilo, Rotti and Nathan
65 - The King is Dead - Rotti (spoken)
66 - I Didn't Know I'd Love You So Much - Shilo and Nathan
67 - Genetic Emancipation - Shilo
68 - Epitaph - GraveRobber and Zydrate addicts
69 - VUK-R - Katie Fitzgerald (end credits)
70 - Repo Man - Pavi (end credits)
71 - Needle Through a Bug - GraveRobber and Shilo (deleted scene)
72 - Bravi! - Mag, Luigi, Pavi, Rotti, Amber and Genterns (deleted scene)
73 - Aching Hour - Mag (end credits)

Cut songs
Bits and pieces of some of these songs were used in the film. Most of the songs' scenes were entirely cut (*).
01 - Crucifixus - Mag, Ghostly Whispers (used as the screen closes in to GeneCo; instrumental version used in film)
02 - Bravi!* - Mag, Pavi, Luigi, Rotti, Amber (end credits, a commercial that would have been used before "Mark It Up"; heard briefly between "Infected" and Nathan's Story)
03 - Tao of Mag - Mag (a commercial starring Mag that promotes the Genetic Opera; heard briefly between "Mark It Up" and Rotti's Story)
04 - Can't Get It Up if the Girl's Breathing?* - Amber, GraveRobber (Amber telling GraveRobber that there are other ways to pay for Zydrate; would have succeeded "Housecall") (also a deleted scene on the Blu-ray release)
05 - Come Up and Try My New Parts* - Amber (Amber seduces GraveRobber to get out of paying for Zydrate; succeeds "Can't Get It Up") (also a deleted scene on the Blu-ray release)
06 - GraveRobber and Shilo Escape - GraveRobber, Shilo, Amber (GraveRobber and Shilo escape from the Italian festival; alternate version used in film, Amber not included) (also a deleted scene on the Blu-ray release)
07 - Buon Giorno* - Rotti, Pavi, Luigi, Genterns (Genetic Opera greeting; would have come after "We Started This Op'ra Shit!") (also a deleted scene on the Blu-ray release)
08 - Rotti's Chapel Sermon* - Rotti (the scene was reedited to make up "Interrogation Room Challenge"; succeeds "Buon Giorno")
09 - Needle Through a Bug* - GraveRobber, Shilo (deleted scene where Shilo must pass another of Rotti's tests; succeeded "Rotti's Chapel Sermon") and plays entirely during credits (also a deleted scene on the Blu-ray release)
10 - Aching Hour* - Blind Mag (Mag sings about her imminent death during the Renaissance festival; plays entirely during credits)


Return to the Forbidden Planet (1989) - A musical adaptation of the film of the same name, using popular songs with modified lyrics.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Return_to_the_Forbidden_Planet

Act I
01 - Wipe Out
02 - It's a Man's Man's Man's World
03 - Great Balls of Fire
04 - Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
05 - Good Vibrations
06 - I'm Gonna Change the World
07 - A Teenager in Love
08 - The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss)
09 - Young Girl
10 - She's Not There
11 - Shakin' All Over" (at times performed as All Shook Up)
12 - Gloria

Act II
01 - Who's Sorry Now?
02 - Tell Him (as Tell Her)
03 - Oh, Pretty Woman
04 - Robot Man" (Connie Francis version)
05 - Shake, Rattle and Roll
06 - Go Now
07 - Only the Lonely
08 - The Young Ones
09 - We Gotta Get Out of This Place (as We Gotta Get Out into Space)
10 - Wipe Out
11 - Mr. Spaceman
12 - Monster Mash
13 - Great Balls of Fire
14 - Johnny B. Goode
15 - Yeah Yeah

Other Songs
01 - It's So Easy
02 - Join Together and When Will I Be Loved (performed at the beginning of the Basingstoke run only)
03 - Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree


Rocky Horror (Picture) Show (1975) - A classic to be sure.  Frankly (pun intended), if you haven't seen this magical re-telling of the Frankenstein story on the big screen, you don't know what you're missing.
The musical's Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Rocky_Horror_Show
The film's Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rocky_Horror_Picture_Show

Format(s): Stage production(s), Movie, Soundtrack albums for multiple casts plus the movie version

Songs:
01 - Science Fiction Double Feature - Riff Raff
02 - Dammit, Janet - Brad - Janet
03 - Over at the Frankenstein Place - Janet with Riff Raff/Brad
04 - The Time Warp - Riff Raff with Magenta/Columbia/Criminologist
05 - Sweet Transvestite - Frank-N-Furter with Riff Raff/Columbia
06 - The Sword Of Damocles - Rocky
07 - I Can Make You a Man - Frank-N-Furter
08 - Hot Patootie - Eddie
09 - I Can Make You a Man (Reprise) - Frank-N-Furter-N-Furter with Janet
10 - Toucha Toucha Touch Me - Janet with Magenta/Columbia/Rocky/Dr.Scott/Riff Raff
11 - Once In A While - Brad
12 - Eddie's Teddy - Dr.Scott - Columbia/Eddie with Frank-N-Furter/Janet/Criminologist
13 - Planet, Schmanet, Janet - Frank-N-Furter - Dr.Scott/Brad with Janet/Criminologist
14 - Floor Show… Rose Tint My World  - Columbia/Rocky/Brad/Janet
15 - Don’t Dream It… Be It - Frank-N-Furter with Dr.Scott
16 - Wild and Untamed Thing - Frank-N-Furter with Riff Raff
17 - I'm Going Home - Frank-N-Furter
18 - Super Heroes - Brad/Janet/Criminologist
19 - Science Fiction (Reprise) - Riff Raff


A Shoggoth on the Roof (1979) - A parody musical of Fiddler on the Roof based on the works of H. P. Lovecraft.  Published by the H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society, it is credited to a member of the society who is referred to only as "He Who (for legal reasons) Must Not Be Named."  The music has only been performed a handful of times due to the original score having been lifted from Fiddler.  However, new music has been written.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Shoggoth_on_the_Roof

Format(s): Renegade stage production(s)

Songs:
01 - Tentacles ("Prologue: Tradition")
02 - Arkham Dunwich ("Sunrise, Sunset")
03 - Byakhee Byakhee ("Matchmaker")
04 - Shoggoth Prayer ("Sabbath Prayer")
05 - If I Were a Deep One ("If I Were a Rich Man")
06 - To Life ("To Life")
07 - The Nightmare ("Tevye's Dream")
08 - Victim of Victims ("Miracle of Miracles")
09 - Very Far From The Home I Love ("Far From the Home I Love")
10 - Do You Fear Me? ("Do You Love Me?")
11 - Miskatonic ("Anatevka")


Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (1979, 2007) - Originally a Stephen Sondheim musical, then adapted by Tim Burton with Johnny Depp.
Musical's Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweeney_Todd:_The_Demon_Barber_of_Fleet_Street
Film's Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweeney_Todd:_The_Demon_Barber_of_Fleet_Street_%282007_film%29

Note that this is the score for the stage version.  The musical content of the film adaptation is greatly reduced:

Format(s): Stage production, Movie, Soundtrack album

Prologue
01 - Organ Prelude
02 - The Ballad of Sweeney Todd: Attend the Tale of Sweeney Todd... - Ensemble

Act I
01 - No Place Like London - Todd, Anthony & Beggar Woman
02 - The Barber and His Wife - Todd
03 - The Worst Pies in London - Mrs. Lovett
04 - Poor Thing - Mrs. Lovett & Todd
05 - My Friends - Todd & Mrs. Lovett
06 - The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (Reprise): Lift Your Razor High, Sweeney!... - Ensemble
07 - Green Finch and Linnet Bird - Johanna
08 - Ah, Miss - Anthony, Johanna & Beggar Woman
09 - Johanna - Anthony
10 - Pirelli's Miracle Elixir - Tobias Ragg, Todd, Mrs. Lovett & Ensemble
11 - The Contest - Pirelli
12 - The Contest: Tooth-Pulling Sequence - Pirelli & Tobias †
13 - The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (Reprise 2): Sweeney Pondered and Sweeney Planned... - Ensemble
14 - Wait - Mrs. Lovett, Beggar Woman & Todd
15 - Pirelli's Death - Pirelli
16 - The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (Reprise 3): His Hands Were Quick, His Fingers Strong... - Three tenors
17 - Johanna (Judge's Song): Mea Culpa - Judge Turpin † ‡
18 - Kiss Me - Johanna & Anthony
19 - Ladies in Their Sensitivities - Beadle Bamford
20 - Kiss Me (Reprise/Quartet) - Beadle Bamford, Johanna, Anthony & Judge Turpin
21 - Pretty Women - Todd & Judge Turpin
22 - Epiphany - Todd
23 - A Little Priest - Todd & Mrs. Lovett

Act II
01 - God, That's Good! - Tobias, Mrs. Lovett, Todd & Ensemble
02 - Johanna (Reprise/Quartet) - Anthony, Todd, Johanna & Beggar Woman
03 - By the Sea - Mrs. Lovett & Todd
04 - Wigmaker Sequence/The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (Reprise 4): Sweeney'd Waited Too Long Before... - Todd & Anthony/ensemble
05 - The Letter (Quintet) - Ensemble
06 - Not While I'm Around - Tobias & Mrs. Lovett
07 - Parlor Songs
08 - Sweet Polly Plunkett - Beadle Bamford & Mrs. Lovett
09 - Tower of Bray - Beadle Bamford, Mrs. Lovett & Tobias
10 - Sweet Polly Plunkett (Reprise) - Mrs. Lovett
11 - Final Sequence
12 - The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (Reprise 5): The Engine Roared, The Motor Hissed... - Ensemble
13 - Fogg's Asylum/Fogg's Passacaglia - Ensemble
14 - City on Fire/Searching - Ensemble, Johanna, Anthony, Todd, Mrs. Lovett & Beggar Woman
15 - Ah, Miss (Reprise) - Anthony & Johanna
16 - Beggar Woman's Lullaby - Beggar Woman §
17 - The Judge's Return - Todd & Judge Turpin
18 - The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (Reprise 6): Lift Your Razor High, Sweeney!... - Ensemble
19 - Final Scene - Todd, Mrs. Lovett & Tobias

Epilogue
1 - The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (Reprise 7): Attend the Tale of Sweeney Todd... - Ensemble


Where the Wild Things Are (1980, 1984) - An operatic adaptation of Maurice Sendak's classic children's book by composer Oliver Knussen.  Sendak was very involved with the production, apparently.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Where_the_Wild_Things_Are_(opera)

Format(s): Stage production, Soundtrack album

Songs:
01 - I - Overture
02 - II - Scene 1, Max
03 - III - Pantomime
04 - IV - Recitative and Humming Song   
05 - V - Coda - Reprise
06 - VI - Scene 2, Mama
07 - VII - Trio
08 - VIII - Scherzo - Reprise
09 - IX - Scene 3, Max's Room
10 - X - Transformation
11 - XI - Arietta 2 - Rag
12 - XII - Coda
13 - XIII - First Interlude
14 - XIV - Scene 4, The Wild Things
15 - XV - Ensemble 1 - Shouts
16 - XVI - Pantomime
17 - XVII - Scene 5, Coronation
18 - XVIII - Ensemble 2 - Chant, Procession On A Double Ground
19 - XIX - Corona
20 - XX - Scene 6, The Wild Rumpus
21 - XXI - Ensemble 3, Yawns
22 - XXII - Scene 7, Max Alone
23 - XXIII - Scene 8, Parting
24 - XXIV - Barbershop Quintet And Recessional
25 - XXV - Second Interlude
26 - XVI - Scene 9, Max' Room


The Wizard of Oz (1939) - Not strictly a "Halloween" musical, but 1) the antagonist is the definitive witch all others are designed after and 2) everyone cites the flying monkeys as the scariest thing they saw on tv as children.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wizard_of_Oz_%281939_film%29

Format(s): Movie, Soundtrack album

Songs:
01 - Over the Rainbow - Dorothy
02 - Come Out - Glinda and the Munchkins
03 - It Really Was No Miracle - Dorothy and the Munchkins
04 - We Thank You Very Sweetly - Munchkins
05 - Ding Dong the Witch Is Dead - Glinda and the Munchkins
06 - As Mayor of the Munchkin City - Mayor, Judge, Man #1, and Man #2
07 - As Coroner, I Must Aver - Coroner and Mayor
08 - Ding Dong the Witch Is Dead (Reprise) - The Munchkins
09 - The Lullaby League - Lullaby Girls
10 - The Lollipop Guild - Lollipop Kids
11 - We Welcome You to Munchkinland - The Munchkins
12 - Follow the Yellow Brick Road/You're Off to See the Wizard - Dorothy and the Munchkins
13 - If I Only Had a Brain - Scarecrow and Dorothy
14 - We're Off to See the Wizard - Dorothy and Scarecrow
15 - If I Only Had a Heart - Tin Man and Juliet
16 - We're Off to See the Wizard (Reprise 1) - Dorothy, Scarecrow, and Tin Man
17 - If I Only Had the Nerve - Cowardly Lion, Tin Man, Scarecrow, and Dorothy
18 - We're Off to See the Wizard (Reprise 2) - Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man, and Cowardly Lion
19 - Optimistic Voices - MGM Studio Chorus
20 - The Merry Old Land of Oz - Cabby, Dorothy, Ray Bolger as Scarecrow, Tin Man and Cowardly Lion
21 - If I Were King of the Forest - Cowardly Lion, Dorothy, Scarecrow, and Tin Man


Young Frankenstein (2007) -  The musical adaptation of Mel Brooks' film paying comedic homage to the classic Frankenstein movies of the '30s.  It wasn't as successful as Brooks' earlier reworking of "The Producers," but it sold tickets.  Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Young_Frankenstein_%28musical%29

Format(s): Stage production, Soundtrack album

Act I
01 - Overture - Orchestra
02 - The Happiest Town In Town - Kemp and Villagers
03 - The Brain - Frederick and Students
04 - Please Don't Touch Me - Elizabeth and Voyagers
05 - Together Again - Frederick and Igor
06 - Roll in The Hay - Inga, Frederick, and Igor
07 - Join the Family Business - Victor, Frederick, and Ancestors
08 - He Vas My Boyfriend - Frau Blücher
09 - The Law - Kemp and Villagers
10 - Life, Life - Frederick, Igor, Inga, and Blücher
11 - Welcome to Transylvania - Transylvania Quartet
12 - Transylvania Mania - Igor, Frederick, Inga, Kemp and Villagers

Act II
01 - He's Loose - Kemp and Villagers
02 - Listen to Your Heart - Inga
03 - Surprise - Elizabeth, Igor, Blücher, and Entourage
04 - Please Send Me Someone - The Hermit
05 - Man About Town - Frederick
06 - Puttin' on the Ritz (Music and Lyrics By Irving Berlin)– Frederick, The Monster, Inga, Igor, and Ensemble
07 - Deep Love - Elizabeth
08 - Frederick's Soliloquy - Frederick
09 - Deep Love (Reprise) - The Monster
10 - Finale Ultimo - The Company


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