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(Fark)   AudioEdit an "unusual" Christmas carol   ( divider line 10
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2379 clicks; posted to Main » on 21 Dec 2004 at 4:20 PM (10 years ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2004-12-13 11:17:47 PM  
okay, fair warning: this is nothing if not "unusual"...

(it's not my fault if you can't sleep afterwards, I gave you fair warning...)
2004-12-14 12:36:43 PM  
Not really a Christmas Carol, but here goes...

Hi-Fi Broadband Version:

Lo-Fi Dialup Version:
2004-12-16 12:43:27 AM  
Please also enjoy my second entry into this contest:

If you want the LYRICS TO THIS SONG, CLICK HERE. (pops in new window)
2004-12-16 01:00:54 AM  
I take no responsibility if you happen to insane listening to all 3 minutes of it. Even I couldn't do it to Quality Check it. :)
2004-12-18 08:12:42 PM  

/Can't sing, but it's the thought that counts!
2004-12-18 09:43:44 PM  

/couldn't keep a straight face
2004-12-20 10:21:12 PM  

Please, remember to vote for your favorite!
2004-12-20 10:58:55 PM  
A freaky mix of 'bell' related songs, Christmas and otherwise.

1 minute, 22 seconds

Unusual XMAS High MP3, 160Kbps, 1.57 Mb, Stereo

Unusual XMAS Low MP3, 24Kbps, 241 Kb, Mono

2004-12-21 07:18:05 PM  
We 3 Kings Are Drunk.

The 3 kings get drunk on xmas.


2004-12-21 07:35:38 PM  
Jingle Trap (33 sec. and a tiny 278k)

...featuring the Fark All-Cliche Choir with a special guest appearance by dynamite monkey.
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