Have you been a bad boy or girl this year? Worried that Santa's going to bring you a bag of coal? Maybe he'll bring you some dookie instead. Green Day's patented pop-punk is as timeless as any classic Christmas carol. These all-new holiday versions prove it. Instead of fast licks of guitar solos, you will be getting the jingle of bells and horns. From now on, you'll be singing about the Green Days of Christmas…
AC/DC hits turned into Christmas rock by Santa Claws And The Naughty But Nice Orchestra – instrumentals (jazz/classical/elevator style) with sleigh bells added. Sleigh bells ring and hell's bells toll on this incredible holiday tribute to one of music's most iconic acts. Nothing can quench AC/DC's thirst for cheap thrills, dirty deeds and sweet, sweet candy. Santa may have crossed these naughty boys off his list a long time ago, but that doesn't mean you can't score the world's biggest Christmas ball with this little noel. You will definitely score with these hard rock candy holiday versions of AC/DC's greatest songs.
Metallica's mightiest anthems transformed into classic Christmas carols. What better way to ring in the holidays than with these merry versions of their legendary metal anthems?
Naughty but Nice is the fourth studio album by German soul/R&B singer Sarah Connor, released by Epic on March 21, 2005 (see 2005 in music). It was primarily produced by Rob Tyger and Kay Denar, with additional tracks written and produced by Booya, Johnny Douglas and Emily Friendship . The album debuted at number one on the German albums chart and was eventually certified Gold for more than 100,000 copies sold within the first two days of its release. Naughty but Nice was the 16th Best-selling album in 2005.
While bandleader and pianist Arturo O'Farrill has always sought to preserve the legacy of Latin jazz, he's never been one to do so it for its own sake, but always for evolutionary purposes. The Offense of the Drum features his 18-piece Afro-Latin Jazz band – a whopping 28 percussion instruments from all over the globe – and a notable host of collaborators including Donald Harrison and Vijay Iyer. The program highlights the cultural sounds and prismatic influences of South America, Spain, and the Caribbean in modern jazz. "Cuarto de Colores" weds the Brazilian, Colombian and Afro-Cuban rhythms to post-bop big-band jazz.