- Released: October 3, 2000
- Label: Triple X Records
- 1.Happy Birthday
- 2.Trim Yo' Tree
- 3.Good King Wenceslas
- 4.Mr. Grinch
- 5.Head Crushing Yuletide Sing-A-Long
- 6.It's Christmas Time
- 7.Jingle Bells
- 8.Boogie Woogie Santa Claus
- 9.Santa Claus Go Straight To The Ghetto
- 10.Run Rudolph Run
- 11.We Three Kings
- 12.Everyday Will Be A Holiday
- 13.Sleigh Ride
- 14.Little Man Song
- 15.Go Tell It On A Mountain
- 16.Twas The Night Before Christmas
Mojo Nixon And The Toad Liquors: Mojo "Know It All" Nixon (vocals, guitar); Pete "Wet Dawg" Gordon (vocals, piano); Sean "New Guy" McCarthy (vocals, bass); Mike "Wid" Middleton (vocals, drums).
Additional personnel: Jim "The Beast" Spake (saxophone); Al "Fish" Herring (trumpet); Robert "What Note?" Gordon (chimes).
Producers: Rusty McFarland, Robert "Whamo" Gordon.
Recorded at 3 Alarm Studio, Memphis, Tennessee in Decmber, 1991.
Personnel: Mojo Nixon (vocals, guitar); Pete Gordon (vocals, piano); Mike Middleton (vocals, drums); Sean McCarthy (vocals); Al "Fish" Herring (trumpet); Chris Monroe, Freddy Johnson , John Allen, Daniel Albaugh, Toby Lyon (background vocals).
Recording information: 3 Alarm, Memphis, TN (12/1991).
Photographer: David Gahr.
A near perfect mixture of the not-so-sacred and the extremely profane, HORNY HOLIDAYS is also one of the best rock Christmas albums ever made--think Phil Spector's A CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR YOU with a lot more laughs. Here, Nixon mangles his way through the likes of "Good King Wenceslas" (in a fit of innovation, he dispenses with the lyrics altogether, replacing them with multiple la-las), out Karloff's Karloff on a sepulchral "Mr. Grinch," and generally reworks every holiday standard here with the maximum possible amount of double entendre. Yes, there are also relatively straight renditions of Chuck Berry's "Run Rudolph Run" and James Brown's protest classic "Santa Claus Go Straight to the Ghetto," but rest assured they're the exceptions.