How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, by Dr. Seuss, Albert Hague, and Eugene Poddany
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Bing Crosby's best-selling single may headline, but Danny Kaye and Rosemary Clooney make this soundtrack a retro blast.
Current Score:
149
Total Votes:
243
2
This (almost) all-instrumental soundtrack includes Vince Guaraldi Trio arrangements of standards like "O Tannenbaum."
Current Score:
127
Total Votes:
215
3
The soundtrack may be heavy on dialogue tracks, but "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" makes it a keeper.
Current Score:
114
Total Votes:
202
4
Hipsters and homebodies alike can't help but sing along to "A Holly Jolly Christmas" and "Silver and Gold."
Current Score:
99
Total Votes:
187
5
An eclectic mix that includes Steven Tyler, the Andrew Sisters, and Kate Smith singing Christmas classics.
Current Score:
93
Total Votes:
191
6
There's a reason why Tchaikovsky's 1892 score has become a staple of department-store mixes and holiday specials on TV.
Current Score:
79
Total Votes:
187
7
The movie may give you a sugar-rush headache, but the soundtrack is a bracing collection of wised-up Christmas classics.
Current Score:
73
Total Votes:
183
8
It's hard to top Danny Elfman's delicate balance of merry and macabre achieved in songs like "Kidnap the Sandy Claws."
Current Score:
12
Total Votes:
166
9
Like classic Christmas songs with an R&B spin? This soundtrack is sweet with a touch of keeping-it-real spice.
Current Score:
-1
Total Votes:
135
10
What a mix! The Brian Setzer Orchestra's big-band version of the Nutcracker suite is just one of the many highlights.
Current Score:
-15
Total Votes:
141