'Tis the Season For Los Straitjackets
Download links and information about 'Tis the Season For Los Straitjackets by Los Straitjackets. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Traditional Pop Music, Alternative genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 31:56 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Indie Rock, Traditional Pop Music, Alternative|
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|1.||Here Comes Santa Claus||2:11|
|2.||A Marshmallow World||2:06|
|4.||Jingle Bell Rock||2:41|
|5.||Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer||2:18|
|6.||God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen||2:23|
|7.||Frosty the Snowman||1:57|
|8.||Christmas in Las Vegas||2:36|
|9.||Let It Snow||2:12|
|12.||The Little Drummer Boy||2:40|
|13.||The Christmas Song||3:16|
If you're looking for someone to help you share the joy and magic of the holiday season, who better than the world's leading masked instrumental surf band? Los Straitjackets don't offer up a whole lot of surprises on 'Tis the Season for los Straitjackets!, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing; Eddie Angel and Danny Amis serve up lots of tasty guitar work, and Pete Curry and Jimmy Lester are one solid rhythm section, just as they've always been, and on these 13 tunes (11 covers and two originals) the lucha libre-obsessed guitar wranglers show off the smarts, humor, and sterling chops that have become their trademark. The "La Bamba"-accented "Feliz Navidad," a version of "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" which channels the spirit of the Chantays, and the Ventures tribute of "Sleigh Ride" are highlights, and while this album will go over best with those who thrive on retro cool, this should send your next Christmas party into a state of dance fever with anyone who appreciates the era of enjoyable AM radio. How's the surf at the North Pole these days, anyway?