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Captain Detendu - Wish You A Stupid Xmas



Captain Detendu Wish You A Stupid Xmas
Captain Detendu - Wish You A Stupid Xmas
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2009-12-25

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Tracklisting :
01. How I Love Those Christmas Songs - The Country Squirrels
(from 7 inch, 1972 / Metromedia Country)
02. Santa's Hula - Hilo Hattie
(from 'Mele Kalikimaka, A Hawaiian Christmas Party' album, ? / Hula Records)
03. Bjällerklang - Thore Skogman
(from 'Klappa pa' album, 1963 / Odeon)
04. Silent Night - unknown artist
(from 'Merry Christmas' album, ? / JLS)
05. Noite Santa, Silenciosa - Guimaraes e Seu Conjunto
(from 'Dancando com o Papai Noe' album, 1959 / Cid)
06. Fum Fum Fum - The Glad Singers
(from 'Swing Bells' album, 1965 / Columbia)
07. Santa's Italian Wife - DiMara Sisters
(from 7 inch, ? / Pip Records)
08. Elvis Won't Be Here for Christmas - Linda Hughes
(from 'Naughty or Nice' compilation, 2003 / Continental Records)
09. Elvis Christmas Turkey - Mark Vidler
(from 'Santastic III in 3-D' compilation, 2007 / Go Home Productions)
10. Noël J'ai Mal Au Coeur - Alain Marcoux
(from 'Holiday Freak In' compilation, 2002 / otisfodder.com)
11. Christmas Tree - The Lovers
(from 'Pardon My French' album, 2008 / Voila Records)

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Credits :
Selected and mixed by Captain Detendu (djouls.com/captaindetendu)
Artwork layout by Djouls (djouls.com)
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