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Pokémon Christmas Bash is a Christmas album based off of the anime series Pokémon, originally released on October 9, 2001. Despite the prominence of the titular creatures on the album's cover artwork, the songs are sung by and focus more on the show's human characters, utilizing the show's English voice cast originally hired by 4Kids Entertainment.
The album was later re-released as a digital download on October 9, 2007.
|1||Pokémon Christmas Bash||The cast expresses their Christmas wishes.|
|2||I'm Giving Santa a Pikachu For Christmas||Professor Oak tells Ash that he plans to give Santa Claus a Pikachu.|
|3||Winter is the Coolest Time of Year||Misty sings about how awesome winter is.|
|4||Nobody Don't Like Christmas||Meowth sings about how nobody has a problem with Christmas (and then remarks at the end that he's an exception).|
|5||I Keep My Home in My Heart||Misty and Brock sing about how they miss being away from their respective homes during the holidays.|
|6||The Christmas Song||Team Rocket sings the classic song.|
|7||Under the Mistletoe||Misty wants to get Ash under the mistletoe with her, despite that he doesn't want to.|
|8||Must Be Santa||Ash, Misty, and Brock sing about Santa Claus.|
|9||The Night Before Christmas||The kids (and later Team Rocket) read a Pokémon-themed rewrite of A Visit from St. Nicholas.|
|10||Pokémon Christmas Medley||The characters sing a medley of Christmas carols with modified lyrics, consisting of "Jingle Bells", "Good King Wenceslas", "Joy to the World", "Here We Come A-Caroling", "O Christmas Tree", "The Twelve Days of Christmas", and "We Wish You a Merry Christmas".|
|11||I'm Giving Santa a Pikachu For Christmas (Karaoke version)||Instrumental version of Track 2.|
|12||Christmas Medley (Karaoke version)||Instrumental version of Track 10.|
|Veronica Taylor||Ash Ketchum|
|Rachel Lillis|| Misty|
|Eric Stuart|| Brock|
|Stan Hart||Professor Oak|