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09 Dec 2004 08:54 AM
    ok folks... picture this. youre being held down by two rather aggresive looking body building type persons. and a third person has your mp3 player in hand and is threatening to delete your entire mp3 collection unless you pick a favourite christmas song...a serious situation indeed what would it be??? For me, it would be Bing crosby and "white christmas". Although the gift grub version of "do they know its xmas" deserves special mention
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    09 Dec 2004 08:56 AM
    "Driving home for Christmas" by Chris Rea & "I'll be home for Christmas" by Elvis(yes I know he covered it)
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    09 Dec 2004 09:04 AM
    Silent Night By Minnie Ripperton - the definitive version
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    09 Dec 2004 09:16 AM
    'christmas wrapping' by the waitresses - does anyone else know this song? I also like the original version of the band aid song.
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    09 Dec 2004 09:28 AM
    Zig and Zag's Christmas No. 1.
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    09 Dec 2004 09:36 AM
    I heard Mundy do a version of Grandma got run over by a reindeer a couple of years ago. Tht was pretty cool.
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    09 Dec 2004 10:48 AM
    quote:
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    Zig and Zag's Christmas No. 1.
    That was bloody excellent. I've still got that one cd somewhere. I've got their record as well - Nevermind The Zoga Bongs
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    09 Dec 2004 11:29 AM
    did mundy really do a version of granma...oh my god thats class...we do that with the kids!!!!!Anyone heard damien rice doing that song, happy christmas(war is over)
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    09 Dec 2004 11:38 AM
    How has no one mentioned Lennon?
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    09 Dec 2004 11:52 AM
    you just did Gar...and yes it's a class song
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    09 Dec 2004 12:18 PM
    Ok thats sorted then
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    09 Dec 2004 12:40 PM
    The Muso in me says ' Just like Christmas ' by Low. But I've always had a ' childhood giddyness ' thing for ' Last Christmas '... Incidentaly, Ponyclub do a great version of ' Driving home for Christmas ' for free d/l on Ponyclub.tv
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    09 Dec 2004 12:51 PM
    i'd rather be more original and hip to the groove but fairytale in new york never gets old, f**kin class!
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    09 Dec 2004 12:55 PM
    I'd agree with that Spurtacus
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    09 Dec 2004 01:09 PM
    Fairytale, without a doubt!!
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    09 Dec 2004 01:12 PM
    Yeah, Fairytale would be a favourite. How long will it be before George Murphy attempts a cover...with a luke kelly voice of course
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    09 Dec 2004 01:13 PM
    Don't want to be predictable but without a doubt for me it is U2's cover of "It's Christmas time (Baby please come home)" that they recorded in 1987 for a charity album. Utterly brilliant. Listening to it you'd never in a million years guess that it was recorded one sweltering July evening in Glasgow. eoghan
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    09 Dec 2004 02:04 PM
    quote:
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    Yeah, Fairytale would be a favourite. How long will it be before George Murphy attempts a cover...with a luke kelly voice of course
    Fairytale without a doubt and in answer to the quesiton, 5 minutes before I finally snap and take the talentless little s**t out. Other mention, Elvis - Merry Christmas Baby.
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    10 Dec 2004 11:39 AM
    Mary Margaret O'Hara's version of "Blue Christmas". In fact, everything on that EP. The Phil Spector Christmas album. "No Christmas" - The Wedding Present and... Fairytale of New York.
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    10 Dec 2004 11:45 AM
    Phil Spectre Christmas Album is boss.
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