Wetpaint Entertainment’s Favorite Holiday Music
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Yes, it’s only November, but our local grocery store is already piping in the Christmas music. Too soon, you say? Nay, reply record labels from here to Bethlehem: They’ve already started releasing their Christmas albums!
Whether you’re in the market for She & Him’s Christmas album or Justin Bieber’s Under the Mistletoe, the next handful of weeks are going to be full of cheer and carols. When we’re trimming our trees and spinning our dreidels (we’re devotees of Chrismukkah around here), we like to kick out the old-school jams. You know, like from the ‘90s. Wetpaint Entertainment put together an eclectic guide to holiday music to help you create the perfect merry mix — though you might not want to listen to it with your parents.
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“Christmas in Hollis” Run D.M.C.
“Last Christmas” Wham!
“Christmas Time Is Here” A Charlie Brown Christmas
“We Wish You a Merry Christmas” Weezer
“Silent Night” Boyz II Men
“Feast of Lights” They Might Be Giants
“All I Want for Christmas Is You” Mariah Carey
“Joseph, Better You Than Me” The Killers featuring Elton John and Neil Tennant
“God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” Trans Siberian Orchestra
“Blue Christmas” Elvis Presley
“Happy Christmas (War Is Over)” John Lennon
“The Little Drummer Boy” Sufjan Stevens
“Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” Death Cab for Cutie
“Fairytale of New York” The Pogues (NSFW)
“Chanukah Song” Adam Sandler
“Christmas in Harlem” Kanye West
“Jingle Bell Rock” Hall and Oates
“The Christmas Song” The Ravonettes
“Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel” South Park (NSFW)
“Little Saint Nick” The Beach Boys