Here are 10 of the weirdest, funniest, and often inappropriate Christmas records ever recorded!
Sing along with South Park‘s own Mr. Hanky (The Christmas Poo) on festive, holiday classics such as “Merry F**king Christmas,” “The Lonely Jew On Christmas,” “Swiss Colony Beef Log,” and many, many more!
American Idol oddity William Hung belts out and butchers many a Christmas classic on this LP, but the kid gets an “A” for effort with the double entendre album title.
Santa got his Christmas wish– a scantily clad woman in a dingy apartment with a bottle of scotch.
The “Man Of A Thousand Voices” impersonator Rich Little takes on 22 celebrity impersonations in his Mad Men-era version of Dicken’s A Christmas Carol.
You know you’re in for a familial holiday treat when Christmas classics like “Jingle Bells,” “Silent Night,” and “O, Holy Night” have the word “explicit” next to them in the liner notes. Also notable for Snoop Dogg’s “Santa Claus Goes Straight To The Ghetto.”
Ex-Merciful Fate singer King Diamond delivers the bad Christmas news in his usual headbanging style: Santa has no help whatsoever in delivering Christmas goodies worldwide and no one gives a damn. Even the reindeer looks traumatized.
This album features the inappropriately funny pop punk classic “I’ve Got A Boner For Christmas,” further cementing Nerf Herder’s fascination with the “North Pole.”
Pop singer Jessica Simpson lends her breathy style of over-singing to several Christmas classics, most notably and inexplicably John Lennon’s “Happy Christmas (War Is Over).” Making Yoko Ono sound good is no easy feat!
Here are Christmas standards done Afroman style. “Deck My Balls,” “Let Her Blow,” and “O, Chronic Tree” are a few favorites.
The Godfather of Kitsch, American film director John Waters presents his favorite Christmas songs, ranging from the sickeningly saccharin “Happy Birthday Jesus” to a funny and very un-pc take on the man in the red suit entitled “Here Comes Fatty Claus.”
Guest Post Michelle Nati