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Some people hang the holly, others decorate the tree, and a few even terrorize the neighborhood with off-key caroling.

Not us.

Here at Quick Stop Entertainment, we’re celebrating the holiday season by giving a little something back to you, our readers (you know who you are).

Every weekday leading up to the holiday break, we’ve got uber-exclusive gifts provided by a whole range of artists, actors, comedians, and studios. One a day, straight from them to you (and you can check out last year’s fun here).

Ain’t that cool?

It’s Christmas, and that means the fine folks over at AstroBase Go - Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer - have put together another special Venture Bros. holiday tune exclusively for Quick Stop…

In 2004, The Monarch & Dr. Girlfriend gave us their take on the Bowie/Crosby “Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy“, while 2005 brought the tender trio of The Monarch and Henchmen Nos. 21 & 24 belting out Dolly Parton’s “Hard Candy Christmas” during The Monarch’s incarceration, and 2006 delivered the epic “Venture Aid 2006

This year, The Monarch & Dr. Girlfriend follow in the vocal footsteps of Shane McGowan and Kirsty MacColl by putting their own spin on the epic holiday classic “Fairytale Of New York”…

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Download The Monarch & Dr. Girlfriend’s “Fairytale Of New York“:

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Check out the rest of this year’s “Holiday Havoc” HERE

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Comments:

23 Responses to “Holiday Havoc: The Venture Bros.”

  1. Mike Says:

    Wow… that was powerful. I had to listen to the original about a dozen times to get the monarch’s screeching voice out of my head. Cheers and Happy Christmas you silly bastards!

  2. H Says:

    So wrong…so…wrong…

  3. The Unforgiving Minute » Something to make the season a bit more bearable Says:

    [...] can you top that? Well, you could have a cover performed by Dr. Girlfriend and the Monarch from The Venture Bros.! posted by TD at 2:27 am [...]

  4. Jonathan Says:

    I have nothing but love for Monarch and Dr. Girlfriend…
    and how happy I am for this cover… which is perfect for them and yet is so wrong at the same time. Marvelous.

    You have filled my Christmas with rains of candy.

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    Oh… and happy Christmas and Merry New Year.

  5. Mondo Kane Says:

    Wonderful :)

    God bless those guys!

  6. RevMamaCrystal Says:

    This is so sick and so wonderful. I wouldn’t have it any other way!

  7. It wouldn’t be Christmas without a Venture MP3 | TV Show News Says:

    [...] In 2004, the Venture Bros. gang pumped up our holiday spirit with a cover of Bing Crosby and David Bowie’s “Little Drummer Boy” duet; in 2005, Dolly Parton’s “Hard sweet Christmas”; and in 2006, a little thing called “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” (part of Venture-Aid 2006). that year, the Christmas love continues with yet another Dr. Girlfriend and Monarch duet, in the structure of The Pogues’ “Fairytale of New York“. [...]

  8. OM: SonicTerrorism » Blog Archive » Arguably, the best cover ever. Says:

    [...] Click here!   [link] [...]

  9. Erika Says:

    Best Christmas gift I’ve received so far!

  10. Re:Generator Magazine » Blog Archive » Taking the next day and a half off Says:

    [...] This year, Messers Publick and Hammer have given the world a unique take on Fairytale Of New York. Enjoy! These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web [...]

  11. Spectre Collie » Blog Archive » Merry Christmas Says:

    [...] that’s already been won. But the crew has given everyone a version of The Pogues’ “Fairytale of New York” as performed by The Monarch and Dr. Girlfriend. (I haven’t listened to it yet, so I [...]

  12. Pop Culture Litter Box » Blog Archive » Very Venture Christmas Says:

    [...] Quick Stop Entertainment comes some silly holiday songs from the cast of the Venture [...]

  13. Joseph Says:

    I love this so much. Thank you!!

  14. buubi | It wouldn’t be Christmas without a Venture MP3 Says:

    [...] In 2004, the Venture Bros. gang pumped up our holiday spirit with a cover of Bing Crosby and David Bowie’s “Little Drummer Boy” duet; in 2005, Dolly Parton’s “Hard Candy Christmas”; and in 2006, a little thing called “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” (part of Venture-Aid 2006). This year, the Christmas love continues with yet another Dr. Girlfriend and Monarch duet, in the form of The Pogues’ “Fairytale of New York“. [...]

  15. rdpenny Says:

    Just found…Fun! So going to be playing next Christmas. :D

  16. Blog@Newsarama » Have a very Venture Christmas! Says:

    [...] It just doesn’t feel like the holidays until Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer deliver the annual Venture Bros. Christmas song. This year, it’s The Monarch and Dr. Girlfriend singing Fairytale of New York. [...]

  17. The Beak » A Wonderful Henchmen Christmastime Says:

    [...] In 2007, The Monarch and Dr. Girlfriend treated us to a rendition of The Pogues’ beautiful and tragic holiday song of love, entrapment, and desperation, “Fairytale of New York.” The song tells the story of a young Irish couple who emigrate to New York City, fall in love, and make each other’s lives miserable. The pain and devotion mirror The Monarch and Dr. Girlfriend’s own storyline, as they (in season three, which was in production at the time), reunite and get married. [...]

  18. 7 Days of Holiday Weirdness: Holiday Songs | mindpollution.org Says:

    [...] Stop Entertainment’s annual “Holiday Havoc” gift to fans. This year, they have The Monarch and Dr. Girlfriend singing “Fairytale of New York.” It’s… [...]

  19. Paulbert F Says:

    I am a HUGE fan of both the Pogues and Venture Brothers. I was very pleased that Jackson and Doc did this. Thanks fellas! Have a happy one!!!

  20. Check Out: Media Potluck’s Holiday Feast Volume 1 (2008) Says:

    [...] 5. David Bowie & Bing Crosby - “Peace on Earth/ Little Drummer Boy” In 1977 David Bowie appeared in Bing Crosby’s Merrie Olde Christmas, a television special, and sang a duet with the acgingcrooner. Often referred to as one of the weirder moments in television history, it’s something that has to be seen/ heard to be fully understood. The “Peace on Earth” portion of the duet was written especially for Bowie who in actuality was none too fond of “Little Drummer Boy”. This song is among several Christmas tunes parodied by the cast of Adult Swim’s Venture Bros. and released online. Check those out here. [...]

  21. The Art of Storytelling » Have Yourself a Venture Little Christmas Says:

    [...] Little Drummer Boy/Fairytale of New York/Venture Aid 2006 [...]

  22. Electric Children » Blog Archive » The Electric Children Christmas Blog! Says:

    [...] Monarch and Dr. Girlfriend. Click here for Henchmen 21 and 24 singing Wonderful Christmas Time, and click here for Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy, Venture Aid 2006, Fairytale of New York, and Hard Candy [...]

  23. Paulbert F Says:

    Merry Christmas guys!

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