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Have Yourself a Meaty Little Christmas

by Aqua Teen Hunger Force

Have Yourself a Meaty Little Christmas by Aqua Teen Hunger Force

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Have Yourself a Meaty Little Christmas

by Aqua Teen Hunger Force

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Label: Williams Street Records
Christmas music often elicits emotional childhood memories. For many, the forlorn and beautiful piano of Vince Guaraldi's "Christmas Time Is Here," or the shimmer of sleigh bells in Darlene Love's "Baby Please Come Home" can bring mistiness. But neither of these songs -- or any Christmas album for that matter -- have Meatwad and Master Shake's enchanting duet, "I Sure Hope I Don't Have to Beat Your Ass This Christmas" or Carl's sublime ode to porn, "I'll Be Home for Christmas." Try not to weep bittersweet tears of nostalgia during the true scat of Shake's "Jingle Balls Deep."

About This Album

Christmas music often elicits emotional childhood memories. For many, the forlorn and beautiful piano of Vince Guaraldi's "Christmas Time Is Here," or the shimmer of sleigh bells in Darlene Love's "Baby Please Come Home" can bring mistiness. But neither of these songs -- or any Christmas album for that matter -- have Meatwad and Master Shake's enchanting duet, "I Sure Hope I Don't Have to Beat Your Ass This Christmas" or Carl's sublime ode to porn, "I'll Be Home for Christmas." Try not to weep bittersweet tears of nostalgia during the true scat of Shake's "Jingle Balls Deep."

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About This Album

Christmas music often elicits emotional childhood memories. For many, the forlorn and beautiful piano of Vince Guaraldi's "Christmas Time Is Here," or the shimmer of sleigh bells in Darlene Love's "Baby Please Come Home" can bring mistiness. But neither of these songs -- or any Christmas album for that matter -- have Meatwad and Master Shake's enchanting duet, "I Sure Hope I Don't Have to Beat Your Ass This Christmas" or Carl's sublime ode to porn, "I'll Be Home for Christmas." Try not to weep bittersweet tears of nostalgia during the true scat of Shake's "Jingle Balls Deep."