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The NME Christmas Gift Guide

 

Stuck for ideas this Christmas? Got loads of people to buy for but lacking inspiration? Then let NME guide you through the Top 100 essential Christmas gifts 2010.
From CDs to DVDs, books, games, gadgets, merch and more, we've trawled the net for present ideas that will amuse and delight. And maybe you can treat yourselves to a few too.

 
 
 
 

The brilliantly-named Cerebral Ballzy hit number 22 in our 2010 Cool List. Now, with this tee, you can let someone dress like an NME Radar editior. Get cutting edge.

 
 
 

It might be all Come Around Sundown in Kings Of Leon land, but it's bloody freezing in the UK right now. Grab a KoL beanie for a mate to keep their heads warm.

 
 
 

Stick a supermassive black hole on your chest with the classic Neuron Star Muse t-shirt.

 
 
 

Keep warm during winter - and listen to tracks on the move - with an Eminem street hoodie, with thumb hole cuffs, a hidden MP3 / phone pocket with hidden ear phone cord feed and hidden ear phone loops.

 
 
 

This cool vintage tee features My Chemical Romance's nemesis Draculoid and comes in a range of sizes.

 
 
 

Available in a range of sizes, this comedy shirt will appeal to any Inbetweeners in your life.

 
 
 

A fittingly striking t-shirt for one of our generation's most uncompromising bands. Tuck in a copy of 'Daydream Nation' too for the full Sonic Youth experience.

 
 
 

This beautifully-designed colourful rosette badge is an ideal stocking filler for any true indie fan, and would be worn equally well on a lapel or a bag.

 
 
 

By the end of the year Tron: Legacy, the remake of the classic 80s film with a soundtrack by Daft Punk, will be regarded as one of 2010's masterpieces. Get in there early with this cool neon t-shirt.

 
 
 

This dark and twisted tee uses one of the famous Radiohead mascot faces to demonic effect - guaranteed to turn heads.

 
 
 
 
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