BAH & THE HUMBUGS: BIGGER THAN SANTA
Featuring Humbugs songs performed by the following bands:
Frostbite (the Flesh-Eating Snowman)
Not many people know that Myrrhna's musical career started with a brief stint in the Celtic arena-rock band Mheiochaigh (pronounced "Wuh"). But her life and music took a decidedly mystical turn after a vacation in the far north and a chance encounter with the legendary Yeti master Joda. Under Joda's tutelage, Myrrhna learned to master the power of "the Freeze," the cosmic stillness that underlies and interlocks all things.
After returning to civilization, Myrrhna retreated to her Alpine lodge and began crafting music the likes of which had never before been heard, music of chilling beauty and crystalline precision. After five years of meticulous studio work, her album Ice Sculptures stunned listeners and topped charts around the world.
An agonizing six-year wait ensued before Myrrhna fans were treated to her followup album The Eve of Snow. Despite the long interval between releases, it seemed as though no musical time had passed. "The Eve of Snow is cut from the same ice sheet as her debut," enthused music critic Baines Wentworth.
No one was more surprised than Bah & the Humbugs when the famously reclusive Myrrhna agreed to record a track for Bigger Than Santa. The result: Myrrhna's trademark sheen of glistening snow and ice overlaid on the Humbugs' chilling cautionary tale of Frostbite, the Flesh-Eating Snowman.
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