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  1. #61
    Ah yes, I forgot to mention the Kinks.

    I also forgot to mention "Feliz Navidad" by Josť Feliciano.

    Speaking of "Feliz Navidad", Jared, Butcher of Song also had a song of that name. For those of you with a Macintosh, search for the Dashboard Widget "Jared Butcher of Song". It has three Jared songs, one of which is his Christmas song. For those on Windows, you might be able to find something at http://dev.freeverse.com:16080/faq/i...highlight=toys

  2. #62
    1) I recently discovered that the Trans-Siberian Orchestra is basically underrated art/metal band Savatage with a backing orchestra. Very cool.

    2) A while back (June?), a Sam Goody was closing down and had their Christmas CD's so heavily discounted that I came out with a huge stack for less than $20. I've been opening them and listening. I'm a bit surprised to say that Loretta Lynn's Christmas album kicks quite a bit of butt to be as old as it is. I think the album's actually older than Jack White by about a decade.

    Speaking of which, where is this supposed second Lynn/White collaboration?
    Tommy, close your eyes.

  3. #63
    Hopefully nowhere near a CD player within my earshot.

  4. #64
    Quote Originally Posted by DarkArtist View Post
    Ok here goes some Christmas Tunes on the PC:

    Christmas Don't Be Late (Chipmunks)
    Is this the same one playing in the background while Duke plays Chess with that Russian escort in Rocky IV ?

  5. #65
    I just listened to some clips of the Twisted Sister CD.

    Not bad. Not bad at all.

    But not worth $14.

    Maybe at the after-Christmas sales.
    Tommy, close your eyes.

  6. #66
    Traditional

    Baby It's Cold Outside


    Non-Traditional

    Waitresses - "Christmas Wrapping"
    Paul McCartney - "Simply Having A Wonderful Christmastime"
    Billy Squier - "Christmas is the Time to Say I Love You'
    John Lennon's - "So This Is Christmas (War Is Over)
    The Kinks - "Father Christmas"
    More is more. Less is less, Twice as much is good too,
    Too much is never enough except when it's just about right.
    People who have helped me out: DarthChuckMc, msjedi, bobafett07728, jjreason, dr_evazan22

  7. #67
    Traditional:
    1. Bing Crosby (grew up listening to it, so it still soothes me)
    2. Classical (orchestra or piano, NOT Trans Syberian crap)

    Non-Traditional:

    Weird Al "Christmas at Ground Zero"

  8. #68
    Quote Originally Posted by El Chuxter
    2) A while back (June?), a Sam Goody was closing down and had their Christmas CD's so heavily discounted that I came out with a huge stack for less than $20. I've been opening them and listening. I'm a bit surprised to say that Loretta Lynn's Christmas album kicks quite a bit of butt to be as old as it is. I think the album's actually older than Jack White by about a decade.

    Speaking of which, where is this supposed second Lynn/White collaboration?
    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar
    Hopefully nowhere near a CD player within my earshot.
    you're wrong! Van Lear Rose was awesome!

  9. #69
    Jack White:Caesar :: Our Country:Figrin Bran

    ( did I do that "is to" thing correctly? )

  10. #70

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