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TANcast 309 – Christmas Floozies

December 10th, 2014 . by Tim Babb (TANcast's #1 Host/Editor Fan)

This week, Robin is back talking about her new job, Andy gets into relegon with his sone, Tim buys a Christmas tree, and Noah meets Tim’s baby. Then it’s a High 5 list of great Christmas songs we left out of our last High 5 Christmas songs.

00:00 – 03:22 Pre-Show Blither Blather
03:22 – 09:04 Intro
09:04 – 15:30 Technical Difficulties
15:30 – 37:23 How the F*** Was Everyone’s Week?
37:23 – 78:07 High 5 Favorite Christmas Songs We Forgot Last Time
78:07 – 80:36 Wrap Up
80:36 – 81:27 ?????

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You Suck at Parking Flier

War on Christmas Cards

Our First High 5 of Christmas Songs

Merry Clitsmas Shirt

The Flophouse Podcast
The Flophouse Mirrors Episode

Honorable Mentions (SPOILERS)

Christmas In Killarney – Bing Crosby

Mele Kalikimaka – Bing Crosby

Believe…in Holiday Magic Fireworks – Disneyland

Oh Holy Night – Celine Dion

Silent Night – Stevie Nicks

Sugar Rum Cherry (Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy) – Duke Ellington

Christmas Canon Rock – Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Tchaikovsky Nutcracker Suite – Russian Dance Trepak

Grace Jones Little Drummer Boy


5 Responses to “TANcast 309 – Christmas Floozies”

  1. Murray (TANcast's #1 blibble blabble jibble jabble)No Gravatar Says:

    Going straight from your intro chatter to your link noise, it strikes me that Patrick Stewart has not started shilling for Janome.

    (“Make it sew…”)

  2. Chelsea (not Kelsey)No Gravatar Says:

    Decided to join in on the Top 5:

    .1) “Marshmallow World” by Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra but the one that they recorded on “The Dean Martin Show”
    Mostly because I love being them fooling around, it seems like they were great friends.

    .2) “Bring a Torch, Jeanette Isabella” by The Crofts Family
    A very talented family who has just released their first Christmas album. Very folksy music, reminds of me being in a cabin and seeing snow fall.

    .3) “Silver Bells” by Burl Ives
    The album my mom would play every year to ring in the Christmas season. (You’d also know him as the snowman from the TV movie “Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer”)

    .4) “Winter Vacation” by Bowling for Soup
    Made for the Disney show “Phineas and Ferb” Holiday Special
    “Winter Vacation” by Bowling for Soup

    .5) “walking in the air” by Peter Auty
    This is from my British family tree (Father’s side), it’s a from the movie “The Snowman”. About a boy who builds a snowman who then comes to life and takes the boy to go party with Santa the night before Christmas.

    Also thanks again Tim for still editing these shows, from one sleep deprived to another… sleep is nice, and coffee is magical!

  3. Chelsea (not Kelsey)No Gravatar Says:

    whoops forgot to leave the link for the Bowling for Soup one:

  4. JesusNo Gravatar Says:

    Oh! I’d like to put my two cents and my High Five of X-Mas songs if I may.

    5) Ensimmäinen Joulu By Marco Hietala of Nightwish. It’s this ba Finnish metal version of The First Noel.

    4) Noel from The Animaniacs. Why? Because it’s The Animaniacs.

    3) Cat Hairballs from Ren & Stimpy. Why? See number four.

    2) Ok, this might be the Mexican in me, but why not? Feliz Navidad

    1), This one’s a new one…if you look it up, be warned that there are flashing red and green lights at the start of it. F**king Love Christmas by The Nostalgia Critic.

  5. JesusNo Gravatar Says:

    Here’s an honorable mention.


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