Scariest Classic Rock Songs

The Top Ten

1 Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
2 The Ripper - Judas Priest
3 Careful with That Axe, Eugene - Pink Floyd

This one is genuinely creepy. Roger's scream sounds like it comes straight out of a horror film. - Gg2000

4 Live and Let Die - Paul McCartney
5 Season of The Witch - Vanilla Fudge
6 Child in Time - Deep Purple
7 Black Sabbath - Coven
8 Electric Funeral - Black Sabbath
9 Fire - The Crazy World of Arthur Brown
10 Voodoo Child - Jimi Hendrix

How?

The Contenders

11 Timothy - The Buoys

Three men are trapped in a coal-mine cave-in.
The first two kill and eat their companion to survive.
When they are finally rescued, the deny anyone else was down in the mine with them.

12 I Put a Spell on You - Screamin' Jay Hawkins
13 Dazed and Confused - Led Zeppelin

No there is nothing scary about this

14 Mr. Crowley - Ozzy Osbourne
15 Revolution 9 - Beatles
16 Return to Sanity - Andromeda
17 D.O.A. - Bloodrock
18 In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida - Iron Butterfly
19 Sabbath Bloody Sabbath - Black Sabbath
20 Snowblind - Black Sabbath
21 I Want You (She's So Heavy) - Beatles
22 Dead Babies - Alice Cooper
23 Hells Bells - AC/DC
24 Hotel California - Eagles
25 Choke, Thirst, Die - Coven
26 Death Walks Behind You - Atomic Rooster
27 Forever My Queen - Pentagram
28 In My Time of Dying - Led Zeppelin
29 Gypsy - Uriah Heep
30 A Day in The Life - Beatles
31 Living with The Dying - Night Sun
32 Gates of Babylon - Rainbow
33 Nightmare - Icecross
34 The Narrow Way Pt. 2 - Pink Floyd
35 Sugar Sugar - Archies

What kind of troll added this here? This is about as scary as a rainbow-colored house made of candy with a unicorn in the front yard. - Gg2000

36 God of Thunder - Kiss
37 Virgin Killer - Scorpions
38 Psycho Killer - Talking Heads
39 The Ghost Song - Doors
40 Killer on the Loose - Thin Lizzy
41 Massacre - Thin Lizzy

"At a point below zero
There's no place left to go
Six hundred unknown heroes
Were killed like sleeping buffalo" (Iron Maiden did a of this song). - Metal_Treasure

42 The Green Manalishi (With the Two Pronged Crown) - Fleetwood Mac

Peter Green wrote this song after a terrifying dream where he was visited by a green dog that barked at him, representing money in an evil, demonic form. This song is genuinely creepy; you can sense Peter Green's fear when you listen to it. - Gg2000

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