Posted in holiday music | music on December 20, 2013

by Bill Pearis

Burger Holiday Mix

Love holiday music but sick of hearing "Christmas Wrapping," "All I Want for Christmas (is You)" and "Feliz Navidad"? Were you just thinking, "I wish there were more low-fi sleezoid punk and pop Christmas songs that occasionally feature references to weed?" Well the folks at Burger Records are here to help. They recently upped a mammoth, 75-track holiday mix. It features The Muffs, The Explorers Club, The Three O'Clock, Shannon & the Clams, Cleaners from Venus, Devon Williams, Pop Zeus, Idiot Glee, White Fang and (obviously) lots, lots more. The compilation kicks off with "Every Year So Different," a funky number from Cornershop featuring TRWBADOR that is pretty good and there are some other real gems in here too.

Stream the whole thing below...

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Comments (7)

you lost me at: Love holiday music but sick of hearing "Christmas Wrapping

Posted by Anonymous | December 20, 2013 11:49 AM

@11:49,

"Christmas Wrapping" is my favorite xmas song...i don't actually tire of it, though it is in some commercial this year which is mucking that up a bit.

-bill

Posted by bill p | December 20, 2013 11:56 AM

One of the best list of Christmas songs and something that you wont get tired of listening. Thank you for the attached playlist, this site rocks!

Posted by Kris Krohn | December 20, 2013 1:04 PM

get bent

Posted by blayne | December 20, 2013 7:15 PM

what a bunch of lame fucking bullshit. burger might actually be the lamest thing of all time

Posted by Anonymous | December 20, 2013 7:42 PM

Every corner shop in opening for the Holidays! This will be a great mix up, I'm assuring you. Thanks a lot for sharing this! We will all be there.

Posted by Feed the Children Reviews | January 4, 2014 5:27 PM

Oh wow, the wait was so worth it. I remember the first episode coming out and it was only like what, 4-5 minutes long? This is a huge improvement coming up to half an hour, so well done guys. Also the story line and dialogues are hilarious so a great job to who writes the lines. The acting done by Malik in the scene with his brother was flawless too. Camera work and lighting was great, being all taken from different angles and all. Cast looks like it seems to be growing which is great as well. I'm am overall very impressed so well done to everyone :) 

Posted by Kasi | October 30, 2014 7:11 AM

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