Did you know that there are almost a hundred Bah & the Humbugs songs you can download for free right here? Click the large button to the left reading FREE MP3s to enter a world of organic, fair trade, cyber-caffeinated, non-GMO holiday mayhem.
For the third year in a row, Bah & the Humbugs celebrates the season with a different song every day, from December 1st through the 25th. Every day brings a different theme: no beloved icon or tradition is safe! Get in on the fun: find us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter.
Christmas Eve 2018: Bah & the Humbugs, "America's Premier Satiric Christmas Rock Band," return with another annual podcast. Supernatural Tales of Magic: Scrooge and The White Pumpkin cautions against being grumpy for the holidays, and also suggests that you use your magical skills wisely. Mystery, mayhem and merriment ensue, with classic Humbugs songs "Generically Modified Gingerbread Man," "Christmas Bar," and "Christmas in July (in August)." Listen to the podcast and download the new song at the 2018 podcast page.
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Bah & the Humbugs have been ruining the holiday season in their own inimitable idiom since 1985, an astonishing 34 years of infesting the season with acerbic Christmas humor! During this same time period, 3,838 exoplanets have been catalogued, forty-eight prescription medications have expired in your bathroom cabinet, and the guy who annoyed you on the subway with his cassette Walkman and music on a long stream of acetate is now the guy who annoys you with his Google glasses and music on a long stream of zeros and ones. Through it all, Bah & the Humbugs remain a constant presence, warming your ears like a pair of well-worn and beloved satiric earmuffs.
Since 1985, it's been an annual tradition to celebrate the holidays with funny Christmas songs from Bah & the Humbugs. Make your holiday unnaturally merry and disturbingly bright with Bah & the Humbugs!
Site updated on February 11, 2019