Christmas A Go-Go: Various Artists: Music

Christmas A Go-Go: Various Artists: Music

Keith Richards, Joe Pesci, The Ramones... what a line-up! ** You can get this Overnighted for $3.99 or Two-Day Shipped (free) with Amazon Prime** 1. Run Rudolph Run Keith Richards 2. Sock It To Me Santa Bob Seger And The Last Heard 3. Merry Christmas (I Don't Want To Fight Tonight) Ramones 4. All Alone On Christmas Darlene Love 5. Back Door Santa Clarence Carter 6. It's Christmas Time Ebenezer The Len Price 3 7. I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday Roy Wood'S Wizzard 8. Silent Night Fab Four 9. White Christmas Tina Sugandh 10. Come All Ye Faithful Surfer Girls The Chevelles 11. Santa Drives A Hot Rod Brian Setzer 12. Santa Claus Is Surfin' To Town Soupy Sales 13. Santa's Coming Home Cocktail Slippers 14. If It Doesn't Snow On Christmas Joe Pesci 15. 3 Ghosts (A Modern X-mas Carol) Boss Martians 16. I'll Be Your Santa, Baby Rufus Thomas 17. Hey, Santa Claus The Chesterfield Kings 18. Jingle Bells The Electric Prunes 19. Father Christmas The Kinks 20. Merry Christmas (To All Of The World) Jean Beauvoir

  • No one hits quite as hard as up and coming alternative band The Rift. The current band memebers consisting of Aris Anagnos, John Anagnos,Tyler Holsclaw, Tesh Hatharasinghe and Matt Melamed, have been together since early 2010 and ... No one hits quite as hard as up and coming alternative band The Rift. The current band memebers consisting of Aris Anagnos, John Anagnos,Tyler Holsclaw, Tesh Hatharasinghe and Matt Melamed, have been together since early 2010 and have been moving forward at a rapid pace. Armed with a crisp new sound and a solid EP, The Rift packs a punch with great lyrics and melodies that will no doubt have you singing along. The band is great live and has played with more established bands like The Misfits, Exodus, Midnight Theory and others. Thanks to Crooked Creek Studios, The Rift is ready to hit the next level and will be releasing their new CD in 2011. Check them out on Reverbnation http://www.reverbnation.com/theriftca

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  • L.A. based indie rockers, The Elizabeth Kill are returning to the stage after putting the finishing touches on their newest CD release. Known for electrifying live performances, the female fronted quartet delivers their signature ... L.A. based indie rockers, The Elizabeth Kill are returning to the stage after putting the finishing touches on their newest CD release. Known for electrifying live performances, the female fronted quartet delivers their signature style of music and keeps fans wanting more. With Influences like The Cure, Alanis Morrisette, No Doubt, and The Smiths you can expect lots of attitude and nothing short of a good time with The Elizabeth Kill. “Our fans like live music, they work hard and like to play hard and we want to rock hard with them,” says Sarah Roiko, the bands front-woman. Other members of the band include Corey Manske, Jeremiah Roiko, and Son Vo. The Elizabeth Kill supports organizations like “To Write Love On Her Arms” which raises awareness and support for people struggling with addiction, depression, self injury, and thoughts of suicide. Check out their website http://www.theelizabethkill.com/ !

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  • Small town with a big sound, rock band Refuse The Fall has new music that you need to know about! Winners of the “Promote Me Like A Rockstar” Competition (sponsored by Whotune.com), Refuse The Fall is exactly what the alternative... Small town with a big sound, rock band Refuse The Fall has new music that you need to know about! Winners of the “Promote Me Like A Rockstar” Competition (sponsored by Whotune.com), Refuse The Fall is exactly what the alternative rock scene needs. They beat out hundreds of bands that entered the contest and performed in the final five on the Whotune jam cam for the panel of judges, and jumped to #1 on the Whotune charts. The band was ranked #1 “Top Ten Unsigned Bands” by Alternative Addiction.com and it won’t be long until they are a household name. Band members Toby Taylor, Dusty Rea, Gavin Douglas, and Cody Mathis have great artistic vision and passion. Their single, Let It Rain, has a dramatic intensity that will have the chorus stuck in your head for days. Check them out on whotune here! or http://bit.ly/RefuseTheFall !

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  • L.A. based indie rockers, The Elizabeth Kill are returning to the stage after putting the finishing touches on their newest CD release. Known for electrifying live performances, the female fronted quartet delivers their signature ... L.A. based indie rockers, The Elizabeth Kill are returning to the stage after putting the finishing touches on their newest CD release. Known for electrifying live performances, the female fronted quartet delivers their signature style of music and keeps fans wanting more. With Influences like The Cure, Alanis Morrisette, No Doubt, and The Smiths you can expect lots of attitude and nothing short of a good time with The Elizabeth Kill. “Our fans like live music, they work hard and like to play hard and we want to rock hard with them,” says Sarah Roiko, the bands front-woman. Other members of the band include Corey Manske, Jeremiah Roiko, and Son Vo. The Elizabeth Kill supports organizations like “To Write Love On Her Arms” which raises awareness and support for people struggling with addiction, depression, self injury, and thoughts of suicide. Check out their website here! or http://www.theelizabethkill.com/

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  • No one hits quite as hard as up and coming alternative band The Rift. The current band memebers consisting of Aris Anagnos, John Anagnos,Tyler Holsclaw, Tesh Hatharasinghe and Matt Melamed, have been together since early 2010 and ... No one hits quite as hard as up and coming alternative band The Rift. The current band memebers consisting of Aris Anagnos, John Anagnos,Tyler Holsclaw, Tesh Hatharasinghe and Matt Melamed, have been together since early 2010 and have been moving forward at a rapid pace. Armed with a crisp new sound and a solid EP, The Rift packs a punch with great lyrics and melodies that will no doubt have you singing along. The band is great live and has played with more established bands like The Misfits, Exodus, Midnight Theory and others. Thanks to Crooked Creek Studios, The Rift is ready to hit the next level and will be releasing their new CD in 2011. Check them out on Reverbnation! or http://www.reverbnation.com/theriftca

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  • More streamlined and melodic than their previous efforts, without compromising their powerful, aggressive, intelligent and musically complex sound. The title track from this album is my favorite.

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  • Fiona Apple is one of my favorite artists of all time. You might remember the outspoken speech she made during the MTV awards [years back] well she is even more outspoken through her lyrics, holding nothing back. her chillingly be... Fiona Apple is one of my favorite artists of all time. You might remember the outspoken speech she made during the MTV awards [years back] well she is even more outspoken through her lyrics, holding nothing back. her chillingly beautiful skills with the ivory keys perfectly accompany her unique and deep voice.

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  • American Idiot was a rarity of the 21st century: a bona fide four-quadrant hit, earning critical and commercial respect, roping in new fans young and old alike. It was so big it turned Green Day into something it had never been be... American Idiot was a rarity of the 21st century: a bona fide four-quadrant hit, earning critical and commercial respect, roping in new fans young and old alike. It was so big it turned Green Day into something it had never been before -- respected, serious rockers, something they were never considered during their first flight of success with Dookie. Back then, they were clearly (and proudly) slacker rebels with a natural gift for a pop hook, but American Idiot was a big album with big ideas, a political rock opera in an era devoid of both protest rock and wild ambition, so its success was a surprise. It also ratcheted up high expectations for its successor, and Green Day consciously plays toward those expectations on 2009's 21st Century Breakdown, another political rock opera that isn't an explicit sequel but could easily be mistaken for one, especially as its narrative follows a young couple through the wilderness of modern urban America. Heady stuff, but like the best rock operas, the concept doesn't get in the way of the music, which is a bit of an accomplishment because 21st Century Breakdown leaves behind the punchy '60s Who fascination for Queen and '70s Who, giving this more than its share of pomp and circumstance. Then again, puffed-up protest is kind of the point of 21st Century Breakdown: it's meant to be taken seriously, so it's not entirely surprising that Green Day fall into many of the same pompous tarpits as their heroes, ratcheting up the stately pianos, vocal harmonies, repeated musical motifs, doubled and tripled guitars, and synthesized effects that substitute for strings, then adding some orchestras for good measure. It would all sound cluttered, even turgid, if it weren't for Green Day's unerring knack for writing muscular pop and natural inclination to run clean and lean, letting only one song run over five minutes and never letting the arrangements overshadow the song. Although Green Day's other natural gift, that for impish irreverent humor, is missed -- they left it all behind on their 2008 garage rock side project Foxboro Hot Tubs -- the band manages to have 21st Century Breakdown work on a grand scale without losing either their punk or pop roots, which makes the album not only a sequel to American Idiot, but its equal. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • With their third album Clarity being one of the most overlooked masterpieces of 1999, Static Prevails is Jimmy Eat World paying their dues in 1996. It could be the slight over-production (a curse that has always haunted the band),... With their third album Clarity being one of the most overlooked masterpieces of 1999, Static Prevails is Jimmy Eat World paying their dues in 1996. It could be the slight over-production (a curse that has always haunted the band), being on a major label for the first time, or them trying to get a feel for pulling fancy studio tricks (i.e., numerous backing vocals, cellos, and Moog additions). Maybe it's all three, but what Static Prevails essentially lacks is the songwriting maturity that Jimmy Eat World could have perfected; but it's almost as if the studio heads at Capitol wouldn't let them so that there would be more room for radio-friendly pop songs. In the end, nobody won. However, tracks such as "Anderson Mesa," "Call It in the Air," and "Seventeen" don't cross that line of boring alternative rock but remain in that aggressive pop status. Nothing close to classic, but definitely a sign of better things to come. ~ Mike DaRonco, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • MGMT! These two guys are young and soulful if I may say so with a bit of experimental and psyc rock to it, it's a perfect mix for those summer drives.

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  • I saw them live.... can my live ever be the same.. the answer is no. My life is altered to no end after seeing that. Should you get this CD yes RIGHT NOW!

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  • The combination of Shiver and Yellow make this the best Coldplay album.

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  • Brings me back to The OC days.

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  • The Secret Handshake is the electronic pop rock music project of Luis Dubuc. Drums that sound straight off Beverly Hills Cop soundtrack? Check. Guitar solo that harkens back to Uncle Jesse from Full House? Check. Tambourines? Chec... The Secret Handshake is the electronic pop rock music project of Luis Dubuc. Drums that sound straight off Beverly Hills Cop soundtrack? Check. Guitar solo that harkens back to Uncle Jesse from Full House? Check. Tambourines? Check. Fade outs on nearly every song? Check. That nagging feelings that it’s 1995 and you need to hurry home in time for The Wonder Years? Check. My personal fav from this album is Pictures.

  • Get all your pre-teen angst out with this 90's rock classic. "I would swallow my pride, I would choke on the rinds, but the lack thereof would leave me empty inside..." Yeah, you know it.

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  • My ex-husband was a parrothead, thus the kids are used to lots of tropic-infused melodies at Christmas. This is where they get their fix.

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  • Amazon.com: "Cyndi Lauper has reinvented herself once again, penning a handful of original Christmas carols and cornball ditties with writing partner Jan Pulsford and recording them at home while her infant son Declyn slept. (The... Amazon.com: "Cyndi Lauper has reinvented herself once again, penning a handful of original Christmas carols and cornball ditties with writing partner Jan Pulsford and recording them at home while her infant son Declyn slept. (The almost-year-old Decyln can be heard jabbering and gurgling on "New Year's Baby [First Lullaby]".) The antic Lauper who first revealed that "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" in 1983 is still in evidence, spiking the season with her endearing comic voice and calypso time signatures on such standouts as "Christmas Conga" and the bawdy "Minnie and Santa." But the standards "Three Ships" and "Silent Night" really shine, revealing a depth and emotion that was in evidence on Lauper's tender "Time After Time." --Jaan Uhelszki"

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  • The Ramones seem to appear on more Christmas albums than any other band... what is UP with that? Still. Good tunes.

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  • includes Wall of Voodoo, David Bowie, Throwing Muses, The Pretenders, The Pogues, Squeeze and more.... From Amazon.com: "This seasonal adjunct to Rhino's 15-volume proto-alternative series of '80s favorites is characterized as... includes Wall of Voodoo, David Bowie, Throwing Muses, The Pretenders, The Pogues, Squeeze and more.... From Amazon.com: "This seasonal adjunct to Rhino's 15-volume proto-alternative series of '80s favorites is characterized as much by sweetness as wigginess: check out XTC's "Thanks for Christmas" and Squeeze's "Christmas Day," the latter of which name-checks everything from tree lights to British comedy team Morecambe and Wise. Closest to true new-wave sound and spirit is They Might Be Giants' Farfisa-driven "Santa's Beard," but this eclectic mix's stretches generally succeed. Still, a couple of complaints: why a dreary "Little Drummer Boy" by Miracle Legion instead of the turbocharged one from Joan Jett's I Love Rock n' Roll? But it's churlish to complain about a record so well-meaning that it stacks up a blindingly good "Rudolph" by Los Lobos, a vintage single by Matthew Sweet's early Buzz of Delight, and "Fairytale of New York" by the Pogues and Kirsty MacColl--what a tearjerker. --Rickey Wright "

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  • 1. Run Rudolph Run - Marks, Johnny 2. Blue Christmas - Hayes, Bill 3. The Little Drummer Boy - Davis, Katherine 4. Christmas Lights - Lewis, Donna 5. The First Noel - Sandys, William 6. Make It Home - Hatfield, Juliana 7. Me... 1. Run Rudolph Run - Marks, Johnny 2. Blue Christmas - Hayes, Bill 3. The Little Drummer Boy - Davis, Katherine 4. Christmas Lights - Lewis, Donna 5. The First Noel - Sandys, William 6. Make It Home - Hatfield, Juliana 7. Merry Christmas from the Family - Keen, Robert Earl J 8. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer - Marks, Johnny 9. Christmas - Humphreys, Greg 10. White Christmas - Berlin, Irving 11. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - Blane, Ralph 12. 25th December - Watt, Ben

  • from amazon.com: "...a well rounded mix of reggae,funk,rock&roll,hip hop,dance,salsa,r&b,and surf rock..."

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  • 1. Santa Baby (Gimme Gimme Gimme) - Willa Ford 2. I Don't Wanna Spend One More Christmas Without You - NSync 3. Angels We Have Heard On High - Christina Aguilera 4. Sleigh Ride - TLC 5. Little Saint Nick - Sugar Ray 6. I Won'... 1. Santa Baby (Gimme Gimme Gimme) - Willa Ford 2. I Don't Wanna Spend One More Christmas Without You - NSync 3. Angels We Have Heard On High - Christina Aguilera 4. Sleigh Ride - TLC 5. Little Saint Nick - Sugar Ray 6. I Won't Be Home For Christmas - Blink 182 7. My Christmas List - Simple Plan 8. The Christmas Song - Weezer 9. Rock The Party (Holiday Remix) - P.O.D. 10. Better Do It Right - Smashmouth 11. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus - Bif Naked 12. Snowball - Jimmy Fallon 13. Red Letter Day - LFO 14. Christmas Wish - Anglea Via 15. Snow Angel - Little T & One Track Mile 16. Christmas Canon - Trans Siberian Orchestra

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  • One of my must-haves when it's time to start the house rockin' with carols... 1. Rockabilly Christmas - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Morris, Scotty 2. Merry Christmas Baby - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Brown, Charles 3. Mr. Heatmiser - Bi... One of my must-haves when it's time to start the house rockin' with carols... 1. Rockabilly Christmas - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Morris, Scotty 2. Merry Christmas Baby - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Brown, Charles 3. Mr. Heatmiser - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Bass, Jules 4. Blue Christmas - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Hayes, Bill 5. Last Night (I Went Out With Santa Claus) - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Morris, Scotty 6. Christmastime in Tinsel Town - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Morris, Scotty 7. A Party for Santa Claus - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Nelson, Robert [1] 8. Jingle Bells (Cha Cha) - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Public Domain 9. Is Zat You Santa Claus? - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Fox, Jack 10. We Three Kings - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Public Domain

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  • from amazon.com: "Review: "Big holiday classics and a few new tunes get this welcomed electronic treatment. Jolly good time, indeed." --BPM Magazine Product Description A collection of both classics and new holiday songs rew... from amazon.com: "Review: "Big holiday classics and a few new tunes get this welcomed electronic treatment. Jolly good time, indeed." --BPM Magazine Product Description A collection of both classics and new holiday songs reworked by some of the best in the New Style Lounge scene. Infused with elements of nu jazz, deephouse, discohouse and drum & bass, these songs take on a new life to provide a sexy, soulful excursion that will definitely take the chill out of the winter season. Pop this CD in the player, pour a holiday cocktail and get your groove on! ...Courtesy of the fine DJ's at the Mistletoe Lounge." ** You can get this Overnighted for $3.99 or Two-Day Shipped (free) with Amazon Prime**

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  • Traditional carols+dance beats= Christmas Remixed

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  • A pretty incredible take on traditional tunes. Check out the samples for a taste of something you probably haven't heard before..... from Amazon: In the age of the digital cut and paste and sonic download, these assorted mixer... A pretty incredible take on traditional tunes. Check out the samples for a taste of something you probably haven't heard before..... from Amazon: In the age of the digital cut and paste and sonic download, these assorted mixers prove that good taste in source material will get you a cooler result no matter how many rhythm tracks, horn blasts, repeated phrases and other techno smoke and mirrors you can throw at a song. Producers Jeff Daniel, Doug Bernheim, and David Hargis expertly picked some prime time pieces from the likes of jazz singer Joe Williams, the mighty organ master Jimmy McGriff, bebop king Charlie Parker and pop jazz crooners, Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald and Rosemary Clooney, to name a just few. There are even some symphony and philharmonic orchestras whose big recordings are overlaid with alluring new flourishes that sound like they might have always been there in "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" and "Good King Wenceslas." You will probably never hear anything like Clooney's "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas," being channeled through a distant galaxy with a wreath of rhythmic and melodic aural affects, or Mahalia Jackson's saintly gospel voice turned into an etheric presence on "Silent Night." But it's guaranteed that you will be repeating again and again every alchemical track when the CD is over. Hot. --Martin Keller ** You can get this Overnighted for $3.99 or Two-Day Shipped (free) with Amazon Prime**

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  • Simply one of the BEST holiday soundtracks around.... ** You can get this Overnighted for $3.99 or Two-Day Shipped (free) with Amazon Prime** 1. Pennies From Heaven (Album Version) Louis Prima 2. Sleigh Ride (Album Version)... Simply one of the BEST holiday soundtracks around.... ** You can get this Overnighted for $3.99 or Two-Day Shipped (free) with Amazon Prime** 1. Pennies From Heaven (Album Version) Louis Prima 2. Sleigh Ride (Album Version) Ella Fitzgerald 3. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! (Album Version) Lena Horne 4. Sleigh Ride/Santa Claus Party (LP Version) Ferrante and Teicher / Les Baxter 5. Baby, It's Cold Outside (LP Version) Leon Redbone/Zooey Deschanel 6. Jingle Bells (Album Version) Jim Reeves 7. The Nutcracker Suite (Album Version) Brian Setzer 8. Christmas Island (Album Version) Elf Soundtrack 9. Santa Baby Eartha Kitt / Henri René and His Orchestra 10. Winter Wonderland (Album Version) Leon Redbone 11. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (Album Version) Eddy Arnold 12. Nothing From Nothing (Album Version) Billy Preston

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