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Thursday, 23 December 2010 23:00

An Alternative Xmas DJ SPACE ALTERNATIVE XMAS (2010 MIX)

Try this alternative mix with your Tofurky Dinner and add a little spice to your day:

1.    Weezer – We Wish You a Merry Christmas
2.    blink-182 – I Won’t Be Home for Christmas
3.    Belle & Sebastian – Santa Claus
4.    My Chemical Romance – All I Want for Christmas Is You
5.    The Mighty Mighty Bosstones – This Time of Year
6.    The Ramones – Merry Christmas (I Don’t Want to Fight Tonight)
7.    The 4 Skins – Merry Christmas Everybody
8.    The Fall – Xmas with Simon
9.    Fall Out Boy – Yule Shoot Your Eye Out
10.    The Killers – Don’t Shoot Me Santa
11.    The Killers & Toni Halliday – A Great Big Sled
12.    Eels – Christmas Is Going to the Dogs
13.    Death Cab for Cutie – Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
14.    Jimmy Eat World – Last Christmas
15.    The Raveonettes – Come On Santa
16.    Cocteau Twins – Frosty the Snowman
17.    Cocteau Twins – Winter Wonderland

18.    The Killers - İHappy Birthday Guadalupe!
19.    The Raveonettes – The Christmas Song
20.    Belle & Sebastian – Are You Coming Over for Christmas
21.    Weezer – The Christmas Song
22.    The Raveonettes – Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
23.    Galaxie 500 – Listen, The Snow Is Falling
24.    Band of Horses – The First Song
25.    The Weepies – All That I Want
26.    Camera Obscura – The Blizzard
27.    The Feeling – Feels Like Christmas
28.    Ohbijou – Last Christmas
29.    Bright Eyes – Blue Christmas
30.    The Killers – Boots
31.    The Killers – Joseph, Better You Than Me
32.    Low – Just Like Christmas
33.    Snow Patrol – When I Get Home for Christmas
34.    Coldplay – Christmas Lights
35.    The Smashing Pumpkins – Christmastime
36.    George and Anthony – Happy Christmas, War Is Over
37.    Stars -  Fairytale of New York

Merry Giftmas, and enjoy the music!

DJ SPACE

 

Last Updated on Friday, 24 December 2010 21:38
 

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Liam Gallagher and fellow former Oasis band members Gem Archer, Andy Bell, and Chris Sharrock have announced details of their first album under the moniker of Beady Eye. The new band releases its debut album Different Gear, Still Speeding on February 28th next year.

The announcement was made on the Beady Eye's official website earlier today.

The band will release the record on Beady Eye Records. The album features thirteen new songs written by the band and was recorded at RAK Studios during the autumn with producer Steve Lillywhite, who had his first commercial success with Siouxsie and the Banshees in 1978 with the hit single "Hong Kong Garden." Lillywhite is also currently producing the third album for Evanescence.

Single "Bring the Light" was released on November 9th, and according to the news bulletin was downloaded from or played on the band's website "over 350,000 times" in the first twenty-four hours.  The official video, which was premiered one week later, has received "over 600,000 hits."

The video can be viewed {rokbox title=|Beady Eye Bring the Light :: Indie Rock and Roll Radio| text=|here| size=|fullscreen| album=|default|}images/stories/Beady Eye - Bring The Light.flv&autostart=true{/rokbox}.

Tickets for Beady Eye's first UK tour sold-out "within 30 minutes" of their general release to the public on November 26th. The band will be joined by Matt Jones on keyboards and Jeff Wootton on bass for the UK dates as well as for the European shows which follow.

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