Nothing screams Halloween like Michael Jackson’s Thriller, released in November 1982, and while Quincy Jones’ epic bass hook is off the hook, Vincent Price’s closing rap, written by Rod Temperton, is what many fans remember most fondly of this disco funk classic.
For DJs looking to add some extra spice to their mix this Halloween, the isolated vocal is just the ticket – drop it on top of an evil techno cut, hardcore, drum n bass… it works a treat.
“And though you fight to stay alive,
Your body starts to shiver…
For no mere mortal can resist,
The evil of the THRILLER…!!!”
[Kudos to Andrea Azn for the upload]