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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Merry Christmas!



Hey Folks, thought I'd go ahead and share the latest volume of Christmas Redux. I've noticed that last year's Christmas post has been getting a lot of hits lately, so maybe everyone is ready to start listening to Christmas music. If you are new to this blog, and are looking for Christmas tunes, be sure and click the "Xmas" tag at the end of this post and check out the five previous volumes in this series.

I also wanted to give everyone the heads up on what's in store here at Burn and Shine over the next few months. Sometime around Christmas Day, I will post my favorite tracks from 2011. In January, I've got something really special planned. Check out this video:



I must admit, when I put that video together I was thinking that I was going to start my 1977 series in January. Instead, I have decided to finally post my Proto-Punk series first. So look for Sunday Punks to start in January-- it's going to be massive! For now though, enjoy the Christmas tunes.

Happy Listening!


Christmas Redux Six:

01. Aztec Camera, "Walk Out to Winter"
02. Best Coast & Wavves, "Got Something for You"
03. Adam Kempa, "Jingle Bells"
04. The Hepsters, "Rockin' & Rollin' With Santa Clause"
05. Don Kriss, "It's Christmas"
06. The Majority, "All Our Christmases"
07. The Yobs, "Run Rudolph Run"
08. The Only Ones, "Silent Night"
09. The Alan Milman Sect, "Punk Rock Christmas"
10. Three Aces and a Joker, "Sleigh Bell Rock"
11. The Beach Boys, "The Man With All the Toys"
12. Los Straitjackets, "O Come All Ye Faithful"
13. Parenthetical Girls, "Carol of the Season"
14. Matt Black & the Double Bugs, "Punky Xmas"
15. Bouquet of Veal, "It's Christmas"
16. The Krayolas, "Christmas Time"
17. The Ravens, "Blue Christmas"
18. The Recital, "And Your Boy Can Drum"
19. Will Yates, "You Didn't Get Me Anything for Christmas"
20. The Reigning Sound, "That's All I Want"
21. Sufjan Stevens, "I Saw Three Ships"
22. John Cale, "Child's Christmas in Wales"
23. Three Hour Tour, "Peace On You"
24. Crocodiles & Dum Dum Girls, "Merry Christmas, Baby (Please Don't Die)"
25. Iggy Pop, "White Christmas"

Total Time: 1:00:18

Download it here: Christmas Redux Six

2 comments:

lucky said...

Thanks for all the great Xmas comps, they will sound great at our annual "Xmas in July" party. But am I correct in noticing that Martin Newell's awesome "Christmas in Suburbia" seems to be missing....you might want to include that one next year.

Maximum Jack said...

Love Martin Newell! In fact, I just got the Cleaners From Venus Vol. 1 Vinyl Box Set. Next year's comp will definitely feature "Christmas in Suburbia" thanks for the reminder, Lucky!