It’s Christmas Chistmas Christmas! Well, almost. Cee- Lo Green and Rod Stewart are coming out with their Holiday album on Tuesday! I can’t tell which one I’m more excited for. I’m going to go with re-listening to Michael Buble’s album from last year. I feel like Cee-Lo’s album will be a joke due to his album cover being a red Bentley sleigh pulled by either unicorns or fancy white horses.
Rod Stewart’s will be more fire-toasting Christmas-y, but he does it with duets. He even duets with dead people which I find a little disturbing. But I don’t expect anything different from a man who’s personal entourage includes, a rabbi, a midget and a 300 pound lady. (I saw this first hand.) I’m sure both albums are lovely and unoriginal, so brace yourself everyone, you will hear them every time you enter a department store starting November 1st-- there’s no need to download them..
There aren’t only Christmas albums coming out though, there are other awesome albums like Flyleaf’s New Horizons. This album is nothing like their last albums. Don’t expect to hear songs like I’m So Sick and All Around Me. Flyleaf has turned over a new…leaf… and they sound more like Carly-Rea Jespen mixed with Evanesance.
I’m just kidding. Their album isn’t any different at all. They changed nothing and I still won’t listen to them.
There is one album coming out that I know nothing about because I can’t check out the song snippets anywhere until tomorrow, so I will just give you a heads up to all of the Neil Young fans out there (So basically, all Americans.) Keep and eye out Tuesday for Neil Young & Crazy Horse’s, Psychedelic Pill.
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