ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS MORE CHRISTMAS.
“Maybe just a soda pop more.”
It’s been 20 years since Mariah Carey released her Christmas classic. But have you been singing the right lyrics all this time?
Ho ho no you didn’t say it’s too early for Christmas music!
How soon is too soon to hear those sleigh bells ringaling?
Plus a video tribute to the TV characters who died in 2013, 5 documentaries you should check out on Netflix, and the 15 best Christmas songs of 2013.
What is even happening here.
Deck the halls with anti-depressants.
Ranked from “must-have” to “MUST. HAVE.”
Because Celine Dion, Kenny G., and Hanson weren’t the only ones releasing Christmas songs in the 1990s.
Red and green swiiiiiiirl.
Christmas came early, and it’s on the form of these angelic voices.
Jews may not celebrate Christmas, but they can still get into the spirit.These songwriters practically wrote the soundtrack for the holiday season.
These fake Bon Iver, Interpol, the xx, Mumford & Sons, and Beach House songs are uncanny.
It wasn’t all about Mariah! NSYNC, Beck, Master P, and a weirdly mystical Garth Brooks also celebrated the Yuletide.
For instance, did you know Tony the Tiger sings “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch”?
You will not hear any of these delightful tunes at a mall this holiday season.
C’mon guys, it’s only once a year…
In a parody version of “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town” sung by Sean Chapin.
As it turns out, it sounds pretty good mashed up with Wham’s “Last Christmas.”
A band called Father Tiger made a delightful synth pop Christmas carol, complete with a video full of merry hipsters.
“I Think You Might Like It” is a very optimistic title for this duet from their new holiday album, This Christmas. You can’t un-see this video.
Nothing like getting trolled in public by a very cute toddler.
Christmas is near and yes there will be lots of food picks but this list will make you even hungrier. Here are 10 Christmas songs that mentions food and/or drinks in their lyrics.
It’s on a new compilation of Christmas tunes called Holidays Rule that also features Paul McCartney and The Shins. Seriously, Fun. should do holiday music all the time.
Most Christmas songs fall into two categories. They’re either entirely too cheerful and thus depressing, or depressing and thus depressing. But at least five song thumb their noses at this tradition.
Sometimes you just need to get away from all the frackin’ cheer. If the thought of hearing “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” or “Jingle Bells” or that godawful John Lennon song one more time fills you with the urge to kill, then relax: you’re not alone.
Just in time for Christmas, one of the most famous parts of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker” is beautifully played on a glass harp.
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