Tuesday, December 7, 2010
While The Superions are introducing you guys to a bunch of holiday favorites from other artists this week, they thought it best that we give you an opportunity to snag their brand new "Destination... Christmas!"
Autographed! On vinyl!
And we couldn't agree more.
Thus, we've got something special for beneath your tree or next to your menorah.
Enter to win The Superions' "Destination ...Christmas! by submitting a comment to this post with your funniest holiday memory. Or with your most outrageous holiday memory. Or the raunchiest recollection - we don't care.
Make it good and capture our attention and we'll select the winner for the autographed LP one week from today, 12/14. Remember to leave us a contact email address!
Posted by Jon at 11:46 AM
The Superions have the brand new holiday themed 'Destination ...Christmas!' on store shelves this Christmas season, but as we preambled yesterday, they're joining us all week with five additional favorites from their own record collections destined to become holiday favorites of yours.
'Destination...The Vinyl District' continues!
Captain Sensible - One Christmas Catalogue | We love “One Christmas Catalogue” by Captain Sensible, because it doesn’t really sound like a Christmas song. Originally released as a single in 1984, it’s definitely more synth-pop than the 1980 punk holiday single “There Ain’t No Sanity Clause” by The Damned.
“One Christmas Catalogue” is also featured on the now out-of-print 1996 CD “New Wave Xmas” which is part of our favorite New Wave compilation series “Just Can’t Get Enough: New Wave Hits Of The 80’s.” Long live New Wave!
Posted by Jon at 8:19 AM