6 Search Results for Tag: Christmas

More Than Less Than Zero

The definitive Generation X mix tape to disappear in Los Angeles ca. 1983. Fuck Christmas with every directly-name-dropped and/or vaguely-hinted-at song in Bret Easton Ellis’s debut novel “Less Than Zero” — plus a couple of surprises.
More Than Less Than Zero

Jane Does Christmas

Naughty and nice holiday playlist with a spaceman and a mention of mars, Jane Does Christmas is full of familiar and unusual holiday songs.
Santa Claus Conquers the Martians movie post printed with Jane Does Christmas playlist title

Stop the Cavalry – Jona Lewie

A Christmas hit in 1980, peaking at No.3 in the UK chart and winner of a prestigious Ivor Novello Award, Stop the Cavalry was an anti-war song for a world living in the shadow of the bomb, harking back to the slaughter of British soldiers on foreign battlefields, pawns in a game played by generals far from the front lines…

Walking in the Air – Fiona Joy (Hawkins)

While stores and restaurants have been busy hanging decorations the moment the Halloween costumes were stashed away, there’s always been a certain restraint when it comes to radio and how they handle Christmas.  Well – I say restraint in that they generally don’t start “Christmas Music” until December 1st – thank God – but after that, restraint goes right out the window as it’s a constant onslaught of Bieber to Band Aid, Bing to Bublé – and that’s just one letter of the alphabet!..

All Together Now – The Farm

Yes, it really happened. On Christmas Eve, 1914, as the first winter of the Great War consumed France and Belgium in conflict, the men on opposing sides in the trenches along the front lines ceased the madness and played football in no man’s land to celebrate peace on Earth and goodwill to all men. This enduringly symbolic moment of humanity is celebrated in the words of All Together Now, a UK Top Five hit by Liverpudlian four-piece The Farm in December 1990…

Happy Xmas (War is Over) by John & Yoko and The Plastic Ono Band

The culmination of two years of peace activism by John Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono, Happy Xmas (War is Over) is a perennial Christmas singalong that started life with the very specific aim of reminding the world, at a time of peace and good will to all men, that war is a choice.