Or, y’know, whatever holiday you want to celibrate.
But if you really want to geek up your Decemberween rituals, you’ll need appropriate background music.
Like a little horror with your turkey? Well, you should check out the HP Lovecraft Historical Society’s album A Very Scary Solstice (and the followup album An Even Scarier Solstice), which includes such holiday classics as:
- Death to the World
- Freddy the Red-Brained Mi-Go
- Slay Ride
- It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Fish-Men
- and the Elvis hit: Blue Solstice
Or do you prefer your Eggnog with a little shot of 1985 brandy, just for that retro feel?
If so, you may want to check out 8-bit Jesus, a new Christmas chiptune album, with each song done in the style of a different 8-bit era game.
Be sure to listen to “The Legend of Noel” and “Carol of the Belmonts”, my personal favourites from the 9 available thus far.
In site news, we still have two new session logs to go up, but we’re taking a seasonal break from gaming until January, as the next couple weeks are busy for everyone. New posts will hopefully keep coming, though. And that site redesign is being worked on now that my computer has returned.
But tonight we need to put up our gorram tree and geek wreath.
EDIT: The 8-bit Jesus album has been updated, and it is now completed. New link above and here. You can also get a physical copy now, if you feel like dropping $15 (US) his way.
New favourite songs:
- Bubbles we have heard on Bobble
- Have Yourself a Final Little Fantasy