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Monster Ballads Xmas

by Various Artists

Monster Ballads Xmas by Various Artists

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Monster Ballads Xmas

by Various Artists

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Label: Razor & Tie Label
If December invokes warm memories of serene nights spent 'round the fire with hot chocolate in hand and quaint presents under the tree, this is probably not the album for your holiday season. But if glitz, sleeze and a mental picture of Santa in a red leather jumpsuit with fishnet-clad groupies on each arm is more your speed, then this glam slam of Christmas classics is right up your alley. So tease your hair - but don't spray your hairspray too close to the fireplace -- while rockin out to Dokken's "Santa Claus is Coming to Town," L.A. Guns' "Run Rudolph Run" and Skid Row's "Jingle Bells."

About This Album

If December invokes warm memories of serene nights spent 'round the fire with hot chocolate in hand and quaint presents under the tree, this is probably not the album for your holiday season. But if glitz, sleeze and a mental picture of Santa in a red leather jumpsuit with fishnet-clad groupies on each arm is more your speed, then this glam slam of Christmas classics is right up your alley. So tease your hair - but don't spray your hairspray too close to the fireplace -- while rockin out to Dokken's "Santa Claus is Coming to Town," L.A. Guns' "Run Rudolph Run" and Skid Row's "Jingle Bells."

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About This Album

If December invokes warm memories of serene nights spent 'round the fire with hot chocolate in hand and quaint presents under the tree, this is probably not the album for your holiday season. But if glitz, sleeze and a mental picture of Santa in a red leather jumpsuit with fishnet-clad groupies on each arm is more your speed, then this glam slam of Christmas classics is right up your alley. So tease your hair - but don't spray your hairspray too close to the fireplace -- while rockin out to Dokken's "Santa Claus is Coming to Town," L.A. Guns' "Run Rudolph Run" and Skid Row's "Jingle Bells."