Rocking Out with 'Ren & Stimpy's Crock O' Christmas'



Ever since I caught wind that original episodes of The Ren & Stimpy Show would be returning to Nickelodeon (albeit on its sister network, Nicktoons) this coming January I've been in an extra special nostalgia mood. So much that I started digging through my assortment of Ren & Stimpy related paraphernalia for the first time in years. Low and behold what did I find, but a copy of the dysfunctional animated duos Christmas-themed album, Ren & Stimpy's Crock O' Christmas.

With such classic holiday hymnals as 'Decorate Yourself' and 'It's a Wizzleteats Kind of Christmas,' Crock O' Christmas proved to me just why I so fondly remember the adolescent goofballs. Sure, some of the humor is crude, but let's be honest: when was the last time you've heard a fart joke delivered so masterfully as when Stimpy and his son Stinky (the Fart) reminisce in 'What Is Christmas?' I dare you to find a more endearing ode to feline projectile vomit than 'Cat Hairballs' or any album anywhere that has such a love for Yaks.

In the spirit of giving (and disgustingly accurate songs of flatulence) I'd like to share these memories with the rest of you, so here you go and a very Hairy Yaksmas to ya!

Click here to download the entire album.

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3 comments:

  1. Andrew said...:

    I was always saddened whe John K. attempted to reinvent R&S as an "adult" cartoon. it really became unfunny.

  1. Strange Kid said...:

    I was soooo disappointed when I bought the "lost episodes" DVD thinking it was related to the old Nickelodeon series.

    Turns out it was part of Spike TV's "adult" version of the new cartoons. I've never felt dirtier watching a cartoon in my life. No wonder it cost $3 bucks.

  1. Andrew said...:

    There were a couple of funny moments but I think it really shows that some people are funnier when they have to work within constraints.

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