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Christmas party music playlist suggestions...go. by Aces-Up
Many of the typical songs, while great in their own right, can make for kind of slow party music when combined one after another. Looking for suggestions to add to my list, which already includes the likes if Buble, Weezer, Beach Boys, Jackson 5 and other Motown, some country Christmas tunes, and the obligatory Mariah/Wham/NSync/etc. What other artists have worthy Christmas offerings? Oh I forgot I also already have Twisted Sister's.
Edit: I should add that I am soliciting suggestions for both a) versions of traditional Christmas tunes performed by good/modern artists (e.g. Darius Rucker, "Walking In A Winter Wonderland, Jackson 5 "Santa Claus is Coming to Town"), as well as b) Christmas-y songs by good artists (e.g. The Pogues "Fairytale of New York" or The Kinks offering posted below).