Although A Green and Red Christmas is the third album released after Disney bought the Muppets in 2004 (following Best of the Muppets and a re-release of The Muppet Christmas Carol soundtrack in 2005), it is the first full album of originally recorded Muppet material since Kermit Unpigged in 1994.
The album also marks the return of new music from Rowlf the Dog and the Electric Mayhem, albeit without Janice who is only heard musically (she was last heard singing in The Muppets at Walt Disney World in 1990).
In the early part of December 2006, Kermit appeared on Good Morning America and The 9 to promote, talk about, and sing songs from the album.
The album was re-released on November 1, 2011 to tie in with the theatrical release of The Muppets. Two additional tracks were added to this version as well as new cover art.
|1||'Zat You, Santa Claus?||Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem|
|2||A Red and Green Christmas||Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy|
|3||The Christmas Party Sing-Along||Rowlf the Dog|
|4||Merry Christmas Baby||Pepe the King Prawn|
|5||The Man with the Bag||Floyd Pepper, Animal and Zoot|
|6||Santa Baby||Miss Piggy|
|7||It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year||Gonzo the Great and Rizzo the Rat|
|8||North Pole Comedy Club||Fozzie Bear and Statler and Waldorf|
|9||Run Rudolph Run||Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem|
|10||Christmas Smorgasbord||The Swedish Chef|
|11||The Christmas Queen||Miss Piggy|
|12||Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas||Kermit the Frog|
|Songs added for the 2011 re-release|
|13||I Wish I Could Be Santa Claus||Gonzo and Fozzie|
|14||Jingle Bells||Andrea Bocelli with the Muppets|
|Eric Jacobson||Miss Piggy|
|John Kennedy||Floyd Pepper|
|Lousie Gold||Additional vocals|
- Producer: Ed Mitchell and Ted Kryczko
- Creative Director: Steve Gereded
- Album Designer: Sean Tejaratchi
|Jim Henson Productions and Related Shows|