Your Uncle Morty has decided to help you out this Holiday Season. No, he is not available to string lights, and he probably thinks your Christmas party is lame. (Although...send him an email and pics of last year. You never know.) Uncle Morty is going to help you with your Christmas list.
Without further ado, here is the first annual Christmas List: The Music Edition.
Here begins the blog post of Morty:
Hello my flesh-covered friends. I have been discussing music picks with my friend and fellow blogger, Roy Peak.
We've come up with a list of suggestions to help you give different kinds of music to those who deserve it the most.
Music for your awesome or awesomely weird niece, nephew or cousin:
Bike Punk by the Worst Generation
Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1
Beetlejuice: Official Motion Picture Soundtrack
Germ Free Adolescents by X-ray Spex
Cry Baby by Melanie Martinez
Music for Folks who like accordions (this may require some digging on your part- some people are ashamed of this affinity):
Lonely à la Mode by Thee Shambels
The Best of Accordion Music by the Café Accordion Orchestra
Draggin' the Days by the Mahones
Revenge music for mean co-workers and relatives. Gage their personalities carefully to decide which of these will annoy them most. Uncle Morty doesn't want to get sued or anything so he didn't link to them. Find them yourself.
Under the Mistletoe by Justin Bieber
Chasing Amy: Official Soundtrack
Knee Deep in the Hoopla by Starship
Metal Machine Music by Lou Reed
Music for that person you kind of knew in school but lost track of who found you on Facebook and always posts inappropriate stuff:
She's the Boss by Mick Jagger
Songs About People You Hate by Sick Thoughts
Here to Stay by Neal Schon and Jan Hammer
Music for Skeleton Uncles who still live at home:
For Your Obliteration by the Dead Deads
Tickets to See Puddles Pity Party in concert
Dead Man's Party by Oingo Boingo
Also...for almost any weirdo...and you guys know I'm talking to you...don't forget that Roy has an album over at Band Camp, All Is Well.
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