Crackers – The Christmas Party Album is a studio/compilation album by the British rock band Slade. It was released on 18 November 1985 and reached No. 34 in the UK charts. It was certified Gold by the BPI that same month. The album was produced by bassist Jim Lea except "All Join Hands", "Do You Believe in Miracles", "My Oh My" and "Run Runaway", which were all produced by John Punter. The album contained a mix of the band's previous hits, some re-recorded songs and a selection of covers.
Album · 2012 · 40 Songs. Children's Christmas Party. 2. Frosty the Snowman. 3. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.
List of all Christmas 1980s albums, ranked from best to worst. For many, the 1980s was a prosperous period for the release of Christmas music and albums. Some of the biggest bands and artists of the decade released holiday songs that were much better than the traditional songs that flooded airwaves in years past. The albums featured on this list are some of the most well known and popular titles of that time, and likely introduced an entirely new audience to holiday and Christmas music. No matter what style or type of Christmas song you enjoy, you're likely to find an album on this list that will fit whatever music you enjoy. What are 80s Christmas albums? Take a look here and see for yourself. This is the list of Christmas albums that were released in the 1980s.
Various Artists, "The Classic Christmas '80s Album" (Sony Legacy). This compilation brings together some of the most memorable Christmas rock songs from the 1980s, including some you can't get enough of, and some you'll probably be able to tolerate again only after hitting the egg nog hard (I'll leave it up to you to decide which is which. No Christmas compilation, particularly one from the '80s, would be complete without The Waitresses' "Christmas Wrapping" and Wham's "Last Christmas," and both show up early here.
Album: 'Tennessee Christmas'. Christmas Is a Time to Say I Love You," by Billy Squier. Christmas Was a Friend of Mine," by Fay Lovsky (1981). From the Album Confetti of 1981. A wonderful children's Xmas song from 'Smoky Mountain Christmas'.
|A1||The First Noel|
|A2||God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen|
|A3||We Three Kings Of Orient Are|
|A4||What Child Is This|
|A6||Where Is The Christ In Christmas|
|A7||it's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas|
|B1||Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly|
|B2||Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!|
|B3||Sleep My Child (All Through The Night)|
|B4||Here Comes Santa Claus|
|B5||There's No Place Like Home For The Holidays|
|B8||We Wish You A Merry Christmas|