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Christmas With the Kranks Soundtrack


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1. Merry Christmas (I Don't Wanna Fight Tonight) - Ramones
2. Frosty The Snowman - The Charms
3. The Christmas Song - The Ravonettes
4. White Christmas - Tina Sugandh
5. Merry Christmas To All Of The World - Jean Beovoir
6. Navidad - Tina Sugandh
7. Feliz Navidad - Davie Allan
8. Hey Santa Claus - The Chesterfield Kings
9. Jingle Bell Rock - Brenda Lee
10. Joy To The World - The Butties
11. Nutcracker Suite - Brian Setzer Orchestra
12. Blue Christmas - Elvis Presley

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Amazon.com: 6 reviews
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Rock On! Little Steven Dec 7 2004
By Marc A. Ruffino - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
As soon as I heard that Little Steven was involved in this CD I knew it would rock. Little Steven also wrote the song All alone at Christmas for the Home Alone soundtrack. Great, Great X Mas Album. Crack out the Vino, Krank up the music......
Music Was Best Part Of The Movie Aug. 28 2010
By D. Buckley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I collect Christmas music, now at the rate of about one CD a year, carefully previewing offering after offering on Amazon. I prefer non-traditional items at this point, although I got the complete Gene Autry CD last year. I'm still not sure I like the film Christmas With The Kranks, although I seem to enjoy it a little more each year.
The point of this long-windedness is that Little Steven, who was responsible for the soundtrack selections, has put together here a sort of "best of" program of unusual (with the exception of Brenda Lee) but strongly listenable Christmas music. I don't think, for example, I would want a whole CD of the Raveonettes, and their MP3 Christmas EP seems uneven, but the selection here is fine.
I put this high on the list of Christmas CDs.
Tina makes it cool! Dec 1 2004
By Simone Sugandh - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
So I just saw the movie (which was just OK) and I caught this cool, almost surfer, 60's version of "White Christmas" during the credits - - turns out to be sung by a verrrry cute girl Tina - - worth listening to - - it just makes ya' feel like you're in a snowglobe and ya' chill.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Not bad March 25 2006
By Jay C - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This was a movie inspired by an excellent book "Skipping Christmas"
Unfortunately the movie was not so good. The soundtrack did'nt fair to well either. There is a few good tracks on it but over all just "OK". "Merry Christmas To All Of The World" by Jean Beovoir is probably the best track along with "The Christmas Song" by The Ravonettes and "Frosty The Snowman" - The Charms. I'm a sucker for Christmas music and it sounded like a decent soundtrack.
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Good soundtrack for the holiday season Dec 24 2005
By Kevin C. Li - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a very good CD. It contains all the tracks from the movie. Also, almost every soundtrack has its holiday feel. For track 1, good start with its rock Christmas feel. Oh, strange. For track 2, it is okay. For track 3, it is quite relaxing and it is played in the beginning of the movie. For track 4 and 5, they are so-so. For track 6, it is good again. For track 7 and 8, they are good with rock feeling back on. For track 9, it is excellent with the real Christmas feeling. For track 10, it is a bit odd because it doesn't sing well in this version. For track 11, it is long but this really surprise me. It is because it breaks into about 5 phases. From rock to soft and then rock again, during the soft part, it is the traditional Christmas music that I like for all time. So, track 11 is excellent. Finally, for track 12, it is a good conclusion for this soundtrack. So, it is a good CD overall.

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(My favorite track: 11)


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