Thursday 13 December 2012

Christmas Tune Number Two

Two for the price of one, as both versions are brilliant. Originally released in 2007 on a white label which I picked up in Head in Belfast a while ago. I miss my trips over the water,  nights in the Mal and searching for Red Guinness. It was re-released the following year as a single sided 500 copy limited edition with only the vocal version. I think that the choral version just edges it.

Frightened Rabbit - It's Christmas So We'll Stop (Choir)

Frightened Rabbit - It's Christmas So We'll Stop


dickvandyke said...

'Guinness Red' seems to have disappeared from the planet. (Some people think it never existed, and was just a fig-box of my imagination). If anyone knows any more details re it's sad demise, I'm sure we'd be grateful. It still features on the Guinness website, but the pub locator map isn't up to date. It was a mighty fine lighter session brew with none of the barley aftertaste. And I bloody loved it. 'There's no call for it' said my local O'Neills bar - as I called for it!

Enjoy your travels drew. How was the Luton experience?

drew said...

Luton was interesting. I fear that I may not be corporate enough to see the big picture or get a helicopter view of things or similar such pish.

drew said...

I did manage to get a cheap litre of Havana Club Reserva at Duty Free so it wasn't a complete waste of time.