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Album Review

Irreverent and raunchy, would you expect anything less from Mojo Nixon? Not for the kiddies or Tipper Gore's of the world, this CD is hilarious if you listen to it in the spirit in which it was recorded (a few trips to the eggnog-spiked punch bowl might help). "Mr. Grinch" is a perfect vehicle for Nixon's from-the-gutter vocals, while his original "It's Christmas Time" recalls the Memphis soul-struttin' of Rufus Thomas crossed with Clarence Carter's down 'n' dirty style. "We Three Kings" is turned into a tale of debauchery as Nixon growls "We were drunk for three days straight, feeling like we were Tom Waits." Play this not to be sanctified, but to be amused.


Born: August 02, 1957 in Chapel Hill, NC

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

One of the most outsized personalities on college radio in the '80s, Mojo Nixon won a fervent cult following with his motor-mouthed redneck persona and a gonzo brand of satire with all the subtlety of a sledgehammer. Nixon had a particular knack for celebrity-themed novelty hits ("Elvis Is Everywhere," "Debbie Gibson Is Pregnant With My Two-Headed Love Child," "Don Henley Must Die"), but he was prone to gleefully crass rants on a variety of social ills ("I Hate Banks," "Destroy All Lawyers," "I Ain't...
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