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A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!


Download links and information about A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All! by Stephen Colbert. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Traditional Pop Music, Theatre/Soundtrack, Humor genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 25:54 minutes.

Artist: Stephen Colbert
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Traditional Pop Music, Theatre/Soundtrack, Humor
Tracks: 9
Duration: 25:54
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No. Title Length
1. Another Christmas Song 2:39
2. Have I Got a Present for You (featuring Toby Keith) 3:18
3. Please Be Patient (featuring Feist) 2:22
4. Little Dealer Boy (featuring Willie Nelson) 2:47
5. Can I Interest You In Hannukah? (featuring Jon Stewart) 2:59
6. Nutmeg (featuring John Legend) 2:45
7. (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding? (featuring Toby Keith, Willie Nelson, Feist, John Legend, Elvis Costello) 2:36
8. There Are Much Worse Things to Believe In (featuring The Ensemble) 2:42
9. A Cold, Cold Christmas 3:46



Here is a thoroughly laughable album that’s so overflowing with Stephen Colbert’s lightning-quick wit, you can miss entire jokes by not paying attention for a second. This hilarious holiday album also highlights how Colbert’s comedic brilliance isn’t only limited to lampooning conservative political pundits via counter-hegemonic genius. “Another Christmas Song” kicks off the party swinging like Dean Martin singing with a head full of eggnog and a big band behind him, as Colbert rips on songwriters, record companies, iTunes, Caucasians, tap dancers, his own children, himself and whether the holiday belongs to baby Jesus or Santa Claus — truly no one is safe. Toby Keith parodies himself on “Have I Got a Present for You.” With lyrics like "Well there’s a war on Christmas/ It’s under attack/ But this year America’s taking it back" the song should have been titled “Courtesy Of the Red, White and Green.” Willie Nelson croons about a different kind of green on “Little Dealer Boy” and even Feist shows up to sing “Please Be Patient,” a reworking of “Angels We Have Heard On High,” with lyrics mocking useless customer service representatives worldwide.