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December 15, 2017

16 Bizarre Classic Christmas Album Covers

Every year, a handful of new artists try their hand at a Christmas album. It works for some, but for many others, it's just kind of a weird experiment.

It's more or less expected for a lot of country singers and mainstream pop stars to make at least some kind of holiday offering, but there are plenty of musicians and bands who do, even though it doesn't seem to fit the general theme of their music. Here's a list of 16 Christmas albums from artists who we really thought had no business making Christmas albums...

1. Chabelo – En Navidad (1981)



2. Floral Pops 70 – Drum Christmas Para Bailar (1973)



3. Gayla Peevey – I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas (1953)



4. Ferrante & Teicher ‎– Adventure in Carols (The Sound of Tomorrow – Today) (1956)



5. Christmas Day with Colonel Sanders (1968)



6. Jack Webb – The Christmas Story (1953)



7. Merry Cajun Christmas, Volume Two (1987)



8. Dino – A Wonderful Time of Year (1987)



9. Sy Mann — Switched On Santa (1969)



10. Montreal Sound — Christmas Disco Party (1977)



11. The Caroleers — Favorite Christmas Carols (date unknown)



12. The Pac-Man Christmas Story (1983)



13. The Border Brass — Tijuana Christmas (date unknown)



14. Christmas with Colonel Sanders (1969)



15. Six Million Dollar Man 4 Exciting Christmas Adventures (1978)



16. Mickey Rooney — Merry Merry Micklemas (1979)


(via The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit)

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