Thought that "Dogma" raised the ire of religious groups? That film's evangelical critics may well forgive the film when they catch wind of the next "South Park" album."South Park: Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics," featuring performances by everyone from Mr. Garrison, the South Park Children's Choir, and the potty-mouthed Eric Cartman to, well, Satan and Adolf Hitler, is likely to earn the contempt and undivided attention of people of all religious and cultural stripes. However, those who have been hoping to one day get their own copy of such seasonal classics as "Mr. Hankey The Christmas Poo," "The Lonely Jew On Christmas" and "The Most Offensive Song Ever," will likely rush out to stores to pick up a copy of the album. "South Park: Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics" will be in stores on November 23. A special holiday episode of "South Park" featuring music from the album will air on Comedy Central on December 1 at 10 p.m. (ET/PT). The track list for "South
Park: Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics:"
- Cowboy Timmy - "Mr. Hankey The Christmas Poo"
- Mr. Garrison - "Merry F***ing Christmas"
- Eric Cartman - "O Holy Night"
- Juan Schwartz and the South Park Children's Choir - "Dead, Dead, Dead"
- Mr. Mackey, The School Counselor - "Carol Of The Bells"
- Kyle Broflofski (with "Special Celebrity Guest") - "The Lonely Jew On Christmas"
- Shelly Marsh - "I Saw Three Ships"
- Stan Marsh and Wendy Testaburger - "It Happened In Sun Valley"
- Adolf Hitler - "O Tannenbaum"
- Satan, The Dark Prince - "Christmas Time In Hell"
- Chef - "What The Hell Child Is This?"
- Mr. Hankey - "Santa Claus Is On His Way"
- Eric Cartman - "Swiss Colony Beef Log"
- The South Park Children's Choir - "Hark The Herald Angels Sing"
- The Broflofskis, with Eric Cartman and Stan Marsh - "Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel"
- Kenny McCormick and Mr. Hankey - "The Most Offensive Song Ever"
- Mr. Ose - "We Three Kings"
Hankey, with Stan, Kyle and Cartman - "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas"