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Bad Religion Performs ‘O Come, O Come Emmanuel’ On Conan [Video]

Bad Religion would be the last band you would think of to release a Christmas album, but they did this year with “Christmas Songs.”

The album features 9 total songs, 8 covers and 1 original, and delivers a great punk rock touch to the normal traditional songs. Granted, Bad Religion’s stance on religion and government makes this album an odd release for the band – it’s still what you would expect, a Christmas album that sounds like Bad Religion.

Back on December 18, the band performed their cover of “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” on Conan as part of the show’s “Holiday Music for the Holiday” series.

“Christmas Songs” is available now in stores and online retailers.

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