Like your good selves, we at MusicRadar love a good Xmas song. The runners, riders and ultimately winners of this year's 25 Best Christmas Songs poll are all at the top of our proverbial playlist when glugging an eggnog and cracking a cracker.
But we also like a weird song. A cult song. A slightly off the ball Xmas tune that makes Lee 'Scratch' Perry's entry into this year's Advent Calendar sound like Band Aid.
And so we give you the motherload - Christmas Party With Eddie G. A long story short: what started out as kitsch mixtapes made by Hollywood comedy writer Eddie Gorodetsky for his pals somehow ended up being released on CD by Columbia back in 1990. Go here for the full story.
Mr And Mrs Santa Claus by George Jones and Tammy Wynette, ska versions of Winter Wonderland, Foghat sounding like crepe cats Mud… The album's riddled with bizarro treats but, despite having enough quality to elevate it above the novelty, the series didn't exactly last as long as Now That's What I Call Music.
It's now a collector's curio and the curious can either pay top dollar on Amazon or resort to an unholy mix of Google, Blogspot and Rapidshare to sample its delights. Whatever your bent, you must listen to I Want To Spend Christmas With Elvis (Heartbreak Noel) by Debbie Dabney. Oh, and then there's…