Tuesday, December 19, 2006

 
playlist for december 19, 2006

Little Cindy "Happy Birthday Jesus" A John Waters Christmas
Shonen Knife "Space Christmas" The Birds and the B-Sides
Shonen Knife "Christmas Message '91" Space Christmas 7"
Sonic Youth "Santa Doesn't Cop Out on Dope" Just Say Noel
Busytoby "Hyun's Snowy Night" Kindercore Christmas Two
Colin Clary "Meow Meow" Cwistmas Twee
Phranc "Hanukkah Snowman" Kill Rock Stars Winter Holiday Album
Ghetto Squirrels "O Christmas Tree (How Have We Forsaken Thee)" Sergio Van Lukenstein's Unjustified Thanksgiving Show
The Fantasy Four "How I Spent My Christmas Vacation" A Very Bert Dax Christmas Volume One
Julia Sets "Jesus Christ/Beacon" A Very Bert Dax Christmas Volume One
ShiSho "Get Behind Me Santa" live at some show in Indiana
ShiSho "Get Behind Me Santa" (a cover of the Sufjan song!) Internet single from their website
Atom and His Package "What WE Do On Christmas" Making Love
The Bright Ideas "All I Want For Christmas Is a Mellow Hippie Girlfriend" All Is Calm, All Is Bright
Wesley Willis "Merry Christmas" [?]
The Frogs "Merry Xmas" Here Comes Santa's Pussy 7"
Boyish Charms "Theme For a Defiled Temple" I Made It Out of Clay
Harry and the Potters "Meet Me Under the Mistletoe" A Magical Christmas of Magic
Cousin Wizardface "In My Room of Requirement (It's Always Christmas)" A Magical Christmas of Magic
Black Cabbage "Xmas With Sergio" Black Cabbage
ShiSho "Merry Christmas, Now Leave!" Internet single from their website
The Diskettes "Noel" Cwistmas Twee
The Jingle Cats "Silent Night" Meowy Christmas
Joseph Spence "Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town" Dr. Demento Holidays In Dementia
The Joseph and Mary Chain "The Twelve Days of Christmas" It's Not Like Christmas
Helen Love "Merry Christmas (I Don't Want to Fight Tonight)" Hark! The Filthy Angels Sing
El Boxeo "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" SSM Holiday Compilation 2002

Once again, I'll have the MP3s posted sometime late tonight.

Comments:
Reacting to Shonen Knife, I see that indeed CBGBs did close and is moving to Las Vegas, Nevada. I'm shocked that New York City let itself down by losing this globally-known landmark.
 
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