Christmas Albums The World Really Didn’t Need

The sun didn’t melt Frosty the Snowman. It was the stink from these awful Christmas albums.

It’s nice to hear some old school Bing Crosby or Elvis Presley singing their classics about snow and love. But why in the world did some of these artists make holiday albums?

It’s not the holidays if you don’t hear Mariah Carey coming out of the speakers in every department store. It gets everyone into the holiday spirit.

But, please, Santa, I’ve been good; don’t make me listen to these below.


David Hasselhoff – The Night Before Christmas

Remember that viral video of Hasselhoff drunk on the ground? Well, this is like that but as a Christmas album.


Rupaul – Ho, Ho, Ho

This album is so weird and really unnecessary. But, hey, as Rupaul says, don’t get bitter, get better.


John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John – This Christmas

They really should’ve stuck with “Summer Lovin’.”


William Hung – Hung For The Holidays

The iconic Hung rendition of “She Bangs” fame has spread to include a Christmas album. Just why?


Afroman – A Colt 45 Christmas

Though visiting your family on Christmas time might drive you to the bottle, it’s probably best to avoid Colt 45.


Cee Lo Green – Cee Lo’s Magic Moment

Honestly, it just sounds like Cee Lo was forced to make this.


Duck Dynasty – Duck The Halls

What does “duck the halls” even mean? Do I really even want to know?


Lynyrd Skynyrd – Christmas Time Again

I hate to say this, but, come on, play “Free Bird” instead.


Jethro Tull – The Jethro Tull Christmas Album

It’s just confusing why Jethro Tull would even make a Christmas album. Does anybody know?