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A Bloodshot Xmas

Posted by Loren on October 21, 2017

A Bloodshot Xmas
A Bloodshot Xmas

Bloodshot Records has announced pre-orders for a new holiday-themed compilation titled 13 Days of Xmas. As the name suggests, the album collects label and nonlabel artists with 13 tunes focusing on the winter holiday season.

Arists include James Elkington, Murder By Death, Barrent Whitfield and the Savages, The Yawpers, and more.

Bloodshot Records' 13 Days of Xmas track list:

Murder By Death - “O Holy Night”
Barrence Whitfield and the Savages - “Papa Barrence’s Christmas”
Jon Langford and His Men of Gwent - “Christmas Carol, Christmas Ray”
Ruby Boots - “I Slept Through Christmas”
Ha Ha Tonka - “The List”
James Elkington - “Christmas Is Now Drawing Near at Hand”
Dex Romweber Duo - “Dark Christmas”
Kelly Hogan - “Blue Snowfall”
Devil in a Woodpile - “The Pagans Had It Right”
Zach Schmidt - “I’m Drunk Again This Christmas”
All Our Exes Live in Texas - “How to Make Gravy”
Ron Gallo - “White Christmas”
The Yawpers - “Christmas in Oblivion”

A Bloodshot Xmas
A Bloodshot Xmas

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