In 2015 Rounder released George Thorogood and the Delaware Destroyers ,  a new remix of the album featuring the three-piece band as originally recorded and mixed. It omits the bass overdubs by Billy Blough which were added after the original recording sessions. It also adds the previously unreleased Elmore James track "Goodbye Baby".
The Christmas oldies listed below cover all the major pop genres (., traditional, R&B, country, doo wop, novelty/comedy, and rock & roll) and vary widely in mood. Debut years as obtained from Billboard chart and other data are shown below. For each song, the debut year usually corresponds to when it was first heard on the radio, typically around late November to early December of that year. Many Christmas oldies charted more than once, the most notable example being the perennial "White Christmas" by Bing Crosby.