Posted by sean on December 2, 2005 at 11:21 pm in Music with No Comments


Came across a novelty Christmas record today, Is This The Way To Santa’s Grotto. This is unsurprisingly a parody of Tony Christie’s Amarillo song which was a big hit earlier in the year.

The song performed by Santa himself is extremely cheesy, festive and sure to annoy everyone after a couple of plays. I am sure it is already being piped out repeatedly by department stores across the country throughout their long festive opening hours. It is only a matter of time before the staff at BHS hang themselves in the lift shaft with tinsel.

I have downloaded the track from Napster and am only keeping it on my PC to be mean and annoy anyone who comes round by playing it on loop to them.

Here’s a quick sample of the tune, it is available to buy over the net as a WMA, alternatively you can purchase the single. There is also an album out called “Santa Sings” although if you spend good money on this you need therapy.

Anyone who hears this track and needs bringing back to normality should visit their local record store along with a prescription for “The Pogues – Fairytale of New York”.

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