Saturday, December 7, 2013

Un-Herd Christmas 2013

This year, folks, let's all remember to keep the Chris in Christmas. And there's no better start to a drug 'n' alcohol-fueled holiday season than to download this collection of new Xmas classics and revel in the honorably pessimistic spirits on display. I'm trying out a new file service here, so with any luck it'll make the download an easier experience for all - let me know how it works - and in the meantime, have a great holiday (even you, christian conservatives) and I'll see you in 2014!

1. Mojo Nixon Christmas Christmas
2. The Ravers (It's Gonna Be A) Punk Rock Christmas
3. The Sonics Don't Believe In Christmas
4. Graham Parker Christmas Is For Mugs
5. Nick Lowe Silent Night
6. Attic Lights Why Should Christmas Be So Hard?
7. The Breakdowns Christmas Time Alone
8. Dwight Twilley Christmas Night
9. The Dollyrots Messed Up Xmas
10. Bad Religion White Christmas
11. Fenix TX Feliz Navidad
12. The Connection Christmas Time Again
13. The Rosebuds I Hear (Click Click Click)
14. The Mr. T. Experience Merry Fucking Christmas
15. Eux Autres Teenage Christmas
16. Two More Weeks Father Christmas
17. New Bomb Turks Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
18. The Lazy Cowgirls Sock It To Me Santa
19. The Bellrays Christmas Train
20. The Psycho Daisies Santa Is Comin' Down Again
21. The Mighty Mighty Bosstones Christmas Time
22. Warm Soda Without You By My Side
23. The Long Winters Christmas With You is the Best
24. Gruff Rhys Slashed Wrists This Christmas


Dana Thomas said...

I was able to download this time, but the link still threw up a lot of auto-open pages that my firewall blocked.

Roy Pearl said...

The pop-ups appear to be a necessary evil. Ditto the misleading "download" links that open .exe windows.

Good news that you could nab the file though!

Anonymous said...

It seems to work about as well as zippyshare. The same annoyances, but overall a pretty dependable service.

Thanks for another great set - looking forward to your year-end best of. This is one of the most valuable music blogs around!