Every year there's at least one new Christmas album that manages to sharply divide listeners and critics alike. This year, Bob Dylan's notorious Christmas in the Heart easily takes top prize. But there are others that either inspire good cheer or make you wish for a silent night. Pop critics Jim DeRogatis (Chicago Sun-Times) and Chris Richards (Washington Post) face off on Dylan's album, as well as holiday releases by Tori Amos and Sugarland.
Blog: John Schaefer on the new Christmas contenders
Tell us: What do you think of Bob Dylan's "Christmas in the Heart?" Do you love or loathe other new holiday albums this year? Leave a comment -- we might read yours during the show today.
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