In 1994, a Christmas album, Have Yourself a Scary Little Christmas, was released by The Right Stuff, a subsidiary of Capitol Records. Most of the songs are spoofs of holiday standards performed by the Cryptkeeper (John Kassir), such as "Juggle Bills" ,"We Wish You'd Bury the Missus"  and "Deck the Halls with Parts of Charlie", with narration and a few original songs mixed in. The CD booklet includes a black and white reprint of the comic "And All Through the House." The album is now out of print and typically sells for high prices on online auction sites.

Track listingEdit

1. Intro to album - 0:51
2."Deck The Halls With Parts of Charlie" - 1:55

  • parody of "Deck the Halls", using body parts to decorate for Christmas

3. "Juggle Bills" - 3:17

  • parody of "Jingle Bells", Santa's hardship due to the economy

4. "We Wish You'd Bury the Misses" - 2:20

  • parody of "We Wish You a Merry Christmas", a husband's reminder about his wife free playing

5. "Moe Teitlebaum" - 2:32

  • parody of "O Tannenbaum"/"O Christmas Tree", emboming a live family

6. A Christmas Card for the Cryptkeeper - 0:51

  • poem spoken to the tune of "Jingle Bells", a letter from Hannibal

7. "Christmas Rap" - 3:22

  • parody rap of "Jolly Ol' Saint Nicolas", Christmas List for the Cryptkeeper's friends

8. Intro to Cryptkeeper's Family Christmas - 0:32
9. "Cryptkeeper's Family Christmas" - 2:03

  • parody of "Good King Wenceslas", tragedies at a family Christmas dinner

10. "T'was the Fright Before Christmas" - 3:55

  • parody poem of "T'was The Night Before Christmas", Santa visits the crypt thats boobytrapped

11. "Twelve Days of Cryptmas" - 3:42

  • parody of the "Twelve Days of Christmas", receiving twelves days of oddity gifts

12. Intro to Revenge of the Cryptkeeper - 0:24

13. "Revenge of the Cryptkeeper" - 2:18

  • parody of "Up on the Housetop", kidnapping Santa from spreading holiday cheer

14. "Have Yourself a Scary Little Christmas" - 2:21

  • cover of "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" with a story narration overlaying the music, jail breaker escapes and visits a sleeping family

15. "Should Old Cadavers Be Forgot" - 3:38

  • parody of "Auld lang Syne", never know what celebrity might show up for a dead party (track is longer because there is a messages at the end of track)