13 songs to get you through Friday the 13th [PLAYLIST]

13 songs to get you through Friday the 13th [PLAYLIST]

Friday the 13th is one of those days that brings to mind any number of things, from luck (or lack thereof) and superstition to a certain masked fella. Whatever you think of Friday the 13th, there's no escaping it, so we put together a playlist of our 13 favorite songs for you.

Things have been pretty good here at Gimme Noise today, so we're still waiting for a black cat to make its way into the office. Until then, we'll be playing these choice tunes for this, ahem, very superstitious day.

See also: Your Black Friday 2012 playlist

13. "Lucky" by Britney Spears

We couldn't refuse classic Brit-Brit on this (un)lucky day.

12. "Get Lucky" by Daft Punk

Feeling lucky?

11. "Bad Moon Rising" by Creedence Clearwater Revival

Lucky for you, it's only a half moon tonight.

10. "Strange Magic" by E.L.O.

For this strange, strange day.

9. "Bad Luck" by Social Distortion

Social D doesn't think you're lucky.

8. "Friday the 13th" by Atomic Rooster

Hopefully prog-rock from across the pond will ward off bad luck today.

7. "Luck Be A Lady" by Frank Sinatra

Stick with Old Blues Eyes, and you'll get through today unscathed... probably.

6. "Thirteen" by Big Star

As sweet as this song is, we're all pretty lucky to have to live through being 13 again.

5. "Born Under A Bad Sign" by Albert King

Nothing like the blues to get you in the mood for Friday the 13th.

4. "The 13th" by The Cure

Feeling like things are a little surreal this Friday the 13th? The Cure does, too.

3. "Thirteen" by Johnny Cash

Fun fact: this was written for the man in black by Glenn Danzig.

2. "Superstition" by Stevie Wonder



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deserve another watch.

1. "Friday" by Rebecca Black

Gotta get down on Friiiiiiiday... the 13th. For anyone who doesn't believe in Friday the 13th, this song is for you. Good luck getting it out of your head.

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