Kunt and the Gang | Kiss You Under the Camel Toe (The Christmas Singles)

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Kiss You Under the Camel Toe (The Christmas Singles)

by Kunt and the Gang

Kunt and the Gang dish up 11 tracks of festive filth. If you want a cheerfully smutty Christmas pick me up then this is the album for you. Not for the easily offended!
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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1. Kuntish Christmas
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2. God's Stitches
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3. All I Want for Christmas Is You (To Bring Me Off)
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2:08 $0.99
4. Have You Seen My Snowman?
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2:34 $0.99
5. This Christmas (I Want to Kiss You Under the Camel Toe)
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3:17 $0.99
6. Santa's Sack
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2:18 $0.99
7. It Can't Be Rape (It's Christmas)
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2:25 $0.99
8. You Horrible Man (You Killed a KId At Christmas)
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9. The 12 Days of Christmas
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10. Christmas Clearout (Yuletide Log)
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11. Jesus (Baby With a Beard)
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Deck your balls with boughs of holly with this festive Long Player from Kunt and the Gang. Contained within are eleven festive recordings like what would have been vying for the number one spot in the Christmas charts in the good old days before Darth Cowell took over with his evil TV pap empire and made sure that every year that formerly coveted prize now belongs to a different cardboard cut-out c*nt warbling some boring bollocksy ballad.
So stoke up a roaring log fire, get yourself a cup of mulled wine, sit back in a winged armchair as the Christmas tree lights twinkle in front of you, pull a cracker and peel your brussels to the seasonal sounds of Kunt and the Gang.


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