Whether you celebrate Chanukah, Christmas, Yule, Festivus, the Solstice, or any other December holiday, the Goth and Industrial communities have all your needs covered. As is our December tradition, Ed and Justin start the show off with some seasonal songs, and finish off with an equally festive listener request. Grab a warm cup of tea and settle in with Siouxsie and the Banshees, Leaether Strip, Black Tape for a Blue Girl, and more.
Special thanks to LonelyAssassin96 for submitting a holiday song for the end of our show. Send your listener submissions/ suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org!
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1 – “It Happened on Christmas Day” by Leaether Strip from the EP OBJECT ÆP (2012)
2 – “Israel” by Siouxsie and the Banshees from the single Israel (1980)
3 – “Carol of the Witch” by Vazum from the album Vazumnacht (2020)
4 – “Chanukkah, Oh Chanukkah” by Black Tape for a Blue Girl from the compilation Excelsis ~ a Dark Noel Remastered (2021)
5 – “Leave Me Alone” by 2wo from the album Voyeurs (1998)
6 – “Marionette” by Dr. Steel from the album Dr. Steel (2001)
7 – “Another World” by Beborn Beton from the album Truth (1997)
8 – “Black Day” by Abney Park from the album Cemetery Number 1 (2000)
9 – “Hail the Holly King” by Inkubus Sukubus from the album Vampyre Erotica (1996)