What's the Scariest Electronic Halloween Track? Vote!

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Skrillex performs during the 2012 Voodoo Experience at City Park on Oct. 28, 2012 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Electronic music has always lent itself well to Halloween. Bass drops bludgeon, house melodies hypnotize, half the people at any given rave are wearing costumes no matter the time of year and stuff you see in the crowd is sometimes legitimately scary.

As the spookiest of holidays lurches toward us, we're pulling out all the most ominous tracks from the dance music catalog. We want to know what electronic track most gives you the creeps. Let us know by voting below.