Christmas Playlist Battle: Finlay

The Pouges

Over the next two weeks the Nanu contributors will be releasing a series of five track playlists of Christmas music. After they have all

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been released there will be a chance to vote on your favourite as well as the Nanu Nanu Ultimate Christmas Playlist, released just in time for your journey home.

During the early 90s Christmas compilations were filled with classics from the 80s and as a result I grew up on Shakin' Stevens, Frankie Goes to Hollywood and Mel and Kim. This list could have very much been made up of the best of that era but I decided to broaden it out to cover a variety of Christmas themes. Enjoy.

Track 1: Shakin' Stevens – Merry Christmas Everyone

The first Christmas song of the year.

Without fail the first song that should be played every Christmas season.

Track 2: John Williams – Carol Of The Bells

The film soundtrack track.

Not only does this track feature in one of the greatest Christmas films of all time but it is John Williams' take on a classic carol.

Track 3: Frank

Sinatra – Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

The old crooner.

An era of Christmas songs that always deserves to be brought out at this time of year is that of The Rat Pack.

Track 4: The Pouges and Kirsty MacColl – Fairytale of New York

The 80s classic.

The most listened to Christmas track of the 21st century, really I'm not making that up, and a regular on top ten lists of Christmas songs. I'm just happy to have it on my list.

Track 5: Bob Dylan – Here Comes Santa Claus

The personal choice

Where as all the above choices are tracks that I thought everybody would enjoy. This one is just for me. It brings me more joy than I can describe to imitate this song, much to the annoyance of anyone unlucky enough to be in my vicinity.


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