The Gift of Rock
Download links and information about The Gift of Rock by Smash Mouth. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 26:09 minutes.
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|2.||Don't Believe In Christmas||1:46|
|3.||Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)||3:14|
|4.||Zat You, Santa Claus?||2:19|
|5.||The Christmas Song||2:33|
|7.||Christmas Ain't Christmas||2:02|
|8.||Come On Christmas, Christmas Come On||2:22|
|9.||Merry Christmas (I Don't Want to Fight Tonight)||2:37|
Coming two years after their fourth studio album, 2003's Get the Picture?, Smash Mouth delivered their first holiday-themed album with 2005's The Gift of Rock. Still featuring the California band's high-energy, somewhat retro-sounding punk-pop sound, The Gift of Rock primarily features a few classic and some lesser-known holiday cover songs. Included are cuts by such artists as the Kinks, Louis Armstrong, the Sonics, and others. These are fun, somewhat novelty-oriented songs that fit well next to Smash Mouth's own material. In fact, cuts like Smash Mouth's reworking of the Ramones' "Merry Christmas, I Don't Want to Fight Tonight" and especially the group's exuberant take on the Royal Guardsmen's 1967 cult classic "Snoopy's Christmas" are gleeful, garage rock-style holiday anthems that should appeal to both longtime Smash Mouth fans and anyone who loves left-of-center Christmas songs.