Posts Tagged ‘x-entertainment

28
Nov
07

‘Tis the season… for strange music (UPDATED)

I thought I’d share one of my favorite seasonal resources with my many (LOL) readers: The X-Entertainment Christmas Jukebox.

If you’re familiar with the X-Entertainment website (warning: NOT porn,) then you know what to expect. Matt (whose name I can’t seem to recall,) a twenty-something writer from New York state, has spent nearly a decade (I think) writing capsule reviews about toys, TV shows, and life experiences from his childhood (still in progress.)

His streaming Christmas jukebox (linked below) contains a collection of holiday favorites from radio and TV of yesteryear, as well as some more obscure tunes (Dominick the Christmas Donkey or Run DMC’s Christmas in Hollis are a couple which spring to mind.) Not all of them are child-friendly, but you are guaranteed to smile and groan as the  Christmas memories come crashing through your brain.

NEW: They play in their own window (not sure what the plugin is… probably flash.)

Enjoy.  2006 Jukebox

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