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‘Hark The Herald Wish They Didn’t Sing’ — Six Christmas Songs That Shouldn’t Have Been Released

5. “Mary Did You Know” by Kutless

I bet you never thought you needed to hear “Mary Did You Know” from a Christian rock band with heavy vocal sampling and distorted guitars. Well you didn’t, but the band Kutless recorded it anyway. The band’s rendition of the song was released on a compilation album titled “X Christmas,” and while many of the songs from its track listing could have made this list, I’ll spare you the holiday trauma.

6. “Angels We Have Heard on High” by Family Force 5

Successful Christian band Family Force 5, who is known for their fun and energetic rock music, shouldn’t have “forced” this rendition of “Angels We Have Heard On High” into the public airwaves. The track comes from their 2009 Christmas album titled “Christmas Pageant.” The album features ten songs and was even nominated for Christmas Album of the Year at the 41st GMA Dove Awards, though it lost to Big Daddy Weave’s “Christ Is Come.”

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