13 Days of Xmas 2009, Day 7: A Literal Christmas

Oates

What impressed me most about this particular literal music video is the fact that they felt inclined to do not just one but both versions of the video. I had forgotten that apparently they had two versions of the video, one with Hall taking the lead at the end and one with Oates. And both are used to full effect.

Just remember, you young whippersnapper bastards: it was a more innocent and ridiculous period of music video making. So don’t judge.
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Direct link for the feedreaders.

Last year at this time, Rob was telling us about “Fairytale of New York” and two years ago there was a bevy of Xmas specials available. And for more 13 Days of Xmas nonsense, click that link that appeared earlier in this sentence.

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