'Monster Ballads Xmas' Featuring SKID ROW, TWISTED SISTER, QUEENSRŸCHE: Artwork Revealed

Inspired by the success of the platinum-certified, best-selling "Monster Ballads" collections and last year's surprise Christmas hit, TWISTED SISTER's "A Twisted Christmas", Razor & Tie Entertainment is proud to announce a must-have for any rock and roll fan — "Monster Ballads Xmas". Featuring such hair metal icons as WINGER, QUEENSRŸCHE, DOKKEN, TWISTED SISTER and many more, the album contains rockin' versions of Christmas favorites – both old and new. New recordings by SKID ROW, WINGER, NELSON, QUEENSRŸCHE and members of CINDERELLA and WARRANT are available for the first time ever on this super-charged Christmas collection.

"Monster Ballads Xmas" is co-executive produced by TWISTED SISTER guitarist Jay Jay French, a man who knows a thing or two about metal. French commented, "'80s bands are more popular than ever. The 'Monster Ballads Xmas' CD will bring the party vibe into the holiday season with enough hairspray to further enlarge the hole in the ozone layer above the North Pole." "Monster Ballads Xmas" is available in stores beginning September 11.

"Monster Ballads Xmas" track listing:

01. "Jingle Bells" - SKID ROW
02. "Happy Christmas (War Is Over)" - WINGER
03. "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" - Jani Lane of WARRANT
04. "I'll Be Home For Christmas" - TWISTED SISTER with Lita Ford
05. "White Christmas" - QUEENSRŸCHE
06. "Run Rudolph Run" - L.A. GUNS
07. "Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree" - FIREHOUSE
08. "Naughty Naughty Christmas" - DANGER DANGER
09. "Blue Christmas" - Tom Keifer of CINDERELLA
10. "Jingle Bell Rock" - NELSON
11. "Silent Night" - FASTER PUSSYCAT
12. "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" - DOKKEN
13. "Happy Holiday" - ENUFF Z'NUFF
14. "Winter Wonderland" - STRYPER
15. "Christmas Love" - BILLY IDOL

Check out the cover artwork at this location.

TWISTED SISTER's "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" video:


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