Posted by sean on December 16, 2007 at 10:25 pm in South Park with 2 Comments

A little festive tradition of mine since 1999 has been to listen to a very special CD full of Christmas music. You won’t find any Fairytales of New York, or songs about Little Drummer Boys, on my compilation, though.

My favourite Christmas CD is somewhat different – the South Park compilation Mr. Hankey’s Christmas Classics.

Favourite tracks of mine include Merry F**king Christmas, where South Park Elementary’s Mr. Garrison teaches the kids a lesson on religions from across the world.

Another great track is the sick and twisted Dead, Dead, Dead where we are all reminded of our own mortality, in a disturbing festive style.

Fans of the TV series will no doubt be familiar with the classic Lonely Jew at Christmas, as well as the hilarious Christmas Time in Hell.

Eric Cartman is on form with two solo efforts – Oh Holy Night and Swiss Colony Beef Log.

As the saying goes, this CD is available in all good music stockists (and some bad ones). But if you want to avoid the crowds, you could always buy if off the net. If you can’t wait and want it now, there are other ways [hint].

2 Responses to Howdy-Ho!

  1. Anonymous

    December 17, 2007 - 10:46 am

    Didn't you make a Hankey poo years back as well? 😉

  2. Josh Morgan

    December 17, 2007 - 3:57 pm

    nice xmas template

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