From The Department of Redundancy Department, more songs about more Christmas.
Sometimes Albert & The Sleigh Riders massacre a Christmas subject with razor wit, sometimes they honor a Christmas tradition with crafted wit. “Another Christmas Song” is thankful for the multiple opportunities, and take it at it’s words. Thanks!
Luke Nelson also pokes fun at you for singing “Another Christmas Song.” But i think it’s all in good merriment. Overly popped folk.
Coming in hard, Professionals jazz rock “Another Snowy White Christmas” like a late night TV band. Perhaps too earnest for how cool the music would like you believe it is.
More… more… more— Xmas songs about more Christmasses.
Give “Another Christmas” a chance! The Front Porch Country Band bebops their country pop to silly heights (whistling solo!) to win you over.
Gotta replay “Another Christmas 78rpm” from Martin Rivas for lots of reasons: it’s not the Victrola feel you were expecting, it’s appropriately sentimental, it’s almost uncategorizable. Call it prog rock.
Holly Auna gets emo-boy with a fine folk-pop country love song, “Another Silent Night.” Here, the ‘nother is one more notch on the missing you stick. Sad-ish.
Melodic death goth delivers unto us “Another silent Night.” Coincidence? No! This is more gloom, this time with extra scary. 26z whispers us to a frenzy.
Anthony and the Brothers in Christ haunt us with disconnected vocals in the almost R+B “Another Christmas.” Too slow to cheer, to whispery to exalt.
From ‘Another Fucking Christmas Play’ comes the grim revelation that this Xmas thing is nothing new. “Another Bastard is Born” is simply turning the page in the trailer park setting. Irresistible pretend gospel.
Oh no! begin The Yobs for their rock-punk “Another Christmas.” For an angry rant, it’s rather tuneful. I CAN take it.
Rotten Apple Trees get [BLUE ALERT] raunchy in “Another Christmas Song.” Folky rock bitches about the contractural obligation of ponying up another tune, so it’s an F-word fiesta. But short.
British ‘humour’ from Sam Trotman begs not to hear “Another Crappy Christmas Song.” Yet his music hall ukulele fun is infectious. I’d go one more.
Just as mean, “Another God Damn Christmas Song” takes the season to task for the overspending, over-consuming, overly wintry times. Irreverent Reverends actually entertain with restraint and catchy pop jingling. Watch the over tambourining!