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We Three Kings

The Reverend Horton Heat

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iTunes Editors’ Notes

The Christmas album is by definition a contrived concept, but We Three Kings is such a perfectly perverse proposition that it suits a band as impish as Reverend Horton Heat. Jim Heath’s rusty croon turns out to be a perfect match for timeworn tunes like “Frosty the Snowman” and “Santa Looked a Lot Like Daddy.” His disarmingly sincere take on “Silver Bells” makes for a performance that's at once silly and poignant. The best songs are “We Three Kings” and “What Child Is This,” which draw a connection between holiday music and mystic surf melodies.

Customer Reviews

Great addition to Christmas collection

I was looking for new Christmas music and found this. I haven't heard a lot of other music from Rev. Horton Heat. This album is a great addition to my Christmas collection. If you like Big Bad Voodoo Daddy and Setzer's stuff you'll probably like this.

Nice

Good band. Christmas music that doesnt put you to sleep.

Perfect albuum for maintaining an upbeat Christmas Party

Awesome background music that walks the line of fun party/background music with Christmas themed songs. Highly Recommend

Biography

Born: 1959 in Corpus Christi, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Reverend Horton Heat is perhaps the most popular psychobilly artist of all time, really rivaled only by genre founders the Cramps. The Reverend (as both the three-man band and its guitar-playing frontman were known) built a strong cult following during the '90s through constant touring, manic showmanship, and a twisted sense of humor. The latter was nothing new in the world of psychobilly, and Heat's music certainly kept the trashy aesthetic of his spiritual forebears. The Reverend's true innovation...
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