More Twisted Christmas

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More Twisted Christmas
Studio album by Bob Rivers & Twisted Radio
Released 1997 (1997)
Genre Christmas
Label Atlantic
Bob Rivers & Twisted Radio chronology
I Am Santa Claus
(1993)
More Twisted Christmas
(1997)
Chipmunks Roasting On an Open Fire
(2000)

More Twisted Christmas (alternately titled "Bob Rivers Presents More Twisted Christmas") is the third Christmas album by Bob Rivers & Twisted Radio, released in 1997. Whereas the first two albums in the Twisted Christmas series featured some original songs, spoken word comedy and instrumentals, all of the songs on this album are direct parodies, either Christmas-themed parodies of popular songs or parodies of Christmas songs.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "It's the Most Fattening Time of the Year" - 2:52 (parody of Andy Williams's "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year"; Richard Simmons appears as himself)
  2. "Toy Sack" - 2:33 (parody of The B-52's' "Love Shack")
  3. "Police Stop My Car" - 1:58 (parody of José Feliciano's "Feliz Navidad")
  4. "Sled Zeppelin" - 2:38 (parody of Led Zeppelin's "D'yer Mak'er")
  5. "Yellow Snow! Yellow Snow! Yellow Snow" - 2:29 (parody of "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!")
  6. "Parking Spaces" - 1:36 (parody of "Good King Wenceslas")
  7. "There's a Santa Who Looks a Lot Like Elvis" - 2:41 (parody of Bing Crosby's "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas")
  8. "Jesus's Birthday" - 2:32 (parody of The Beatles' "Birthday")
  9. "All You Need Is Elves" - 2:57 (parody of The Beatles' "All You Need Is Love")
  10. "Buttcracker Suite" - 4:04 (selections from Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker set to lyrics describing the intergluteal cleft; Simmons again appears)
  11. "Hey You! Get Off My House!" - 2:55 (parody of The Rolling Stones' "Get Off of My Cloud," performed in the style of late-era Frank Sinatra)
  12. "Holidaze (S'cuze Me, I've Got Gifts to Buy)" - 3:10 (parody of Jimi Hendrix's "Purple Haze")
  13. "Rummy Rocker Boy" - 4:06 (parody of Bing Crosby and David Bowie's "Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy," includes a spoken-word sketch between an admitted Crosby impersonator and a death-metal singer named Roach)