Christmas carols are nice, but they’re a little out of touch with the realities of modern life, don’t you think? I mean, red-nosed reindeer, frosty snowmen, jingling bells, and little drummer boys? Whatever. I think it’s time for an update. Ready to sing about real holiday topics like awkward political discussions, chaste sleeping arrangements, and horrifically bad gifts? Read on for three modernized Christmas carols! Keep reading »
Mariah Carey and Justin Bieber‘s “All I Want For Christmas” duet debuted last night during the Christmas tree lighting at Rockefeller Center. The best I can say about it is “feel good Christmas music” with a questionably appropriate music video.
Now, Mariah Carey is Mariah Carey. High notes and shaking her spray-tanned booty is what she’s about. It is the way of the world. I think her short-short-short Santa outfit in her “All I Want For Christmas” music video with Justin Bieber pushes the line of good taste. But hey, this is a grown woman obsessed with rainbows, stuffed animals and butterflies that we’re talking about.
No, my discomfort with the “All I Want For Christmas” music video is the flirtation between Mariah and Justin Bieber. Keep reading »
Nirvana wasn’t grunge-style disaffected when RuPaul was around. Heck, she even got them to sing “We Wish You A Merry Christmas” together! Aw, weren’t the ’90s precious?
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From The Wetspots, the Canadian swingers/comedic singing duo who have brought you hit singles like “Do You Take It (In The Ass)” and “(Sometimes I Just Want To F**k) Somebody Else,” now comes a new holiday classic: “Just Fist Me This Christmas.” It really is a recession-friendly present, especially since most of us are already takin’ it up the butt from The Man. So, this year, why not make it XXXmas? Keep reading »
has been working hard on launching her singing career, providing guest vocals on other groups’ songs (Cobra Starship’s “Good Girls Go Bad
“) and performing
at the opening of American Eagle’s flagship store in New York City last week. Now, she’s trying to get a holiday song stuck in our heads à la Mariah Carey.
I definitely prefer this seasonal tune to her upcoming album’s first single, “Somebody to Love
“; however, we all have “All I Want for Christmas Is You” in our heads 15 years after it first came out, so I’d say Mariah still holds the top spot. Keep reading »