The Therapy Sisters | Codependent Christmas

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Codependent Christmas

by The Therapy Sisters

Heavy mental nouveau urban psycho swing folk: the Christmas album.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Codependent Christmas
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2. It Must Be Christmas
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3. Christmas in July
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4. Abraham's Lament
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5. The Christmas Boogie
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6. The Twelve Days of Analysis
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7. The Sweet Nutcracker
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8. Happy Whatever You're Having
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9. The Christmas Polka
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10. Santa's Blues
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11. Listless Christmas
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12. The Littlest Snowflake
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13. Pachelbel's Tantrum
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14. New Year's Resolution
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15. The War of the Lights
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Melissa

Highest Recommendation
Definitely Therapeutic, these sisters have the secret treatment for jaded holidayers. ROFL and playing for all my gal pals.

Anita

a must-have!!
The CD is absolutely hilarious. What a great alternative to the usual jingle!!

Anna

better than muzak at the mall
The Therapy Sisters are known on the folk and women's music circuit for their funny lyrics and on-stage antics. As to be expected, this CD of "Christmas" music is wacky and off-beat - a refreshing change from the muzak version of Jingle Bells played over and over in the mall.

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With refreshing honesty about gift-giving debt, dysfunctional relationships, in-laws and their eccentricities, alcoholic tendencies and, as their title suggests, old fashioned codependency, the Therapy Sisters put a light and comical spin on that time of the year that really boils down to a lot of frickin' pressure, stress, fake smiles and irrational behavior. Sure, on the surface it's all a bunch of twinkly lights, plastic moving, talking, smiling robotic animals covered in fake fur and another chance to try and remember the good in the world, but we know that down deep, it's really just about a Hallmark extravaganza and those candy cane-fingered kids getting their sticky crap all over your nice furniture, parking lot duels between harried women and other pleasantries. Those kind of holiday realities deserve some regonition and damn, won't it feel good to have someone sing about that for a change instead of the same old crap about Frosty and angels? Wrapped up in a country folk blend, you can't go wrong with this one.

Shirley

do you have a love/hate relationship with the holidays?
If you aren't quite ready to write off the holidays completely but are becoming a bit cynical about how the holidays are "celebrated" in a consumerism driven society, then you need this CD. Upbeat yet thought provoking.

Shirley

do you have a love/hate relationship with the holidays?
If you aren't quite ready to write off the holidays completely but are becoming a bit cynical about how the holidays are "celebrated" in a consumerism driven society, then you need this CD. Upbeat yet thought provoking.