Will you be on Santa’s naughty or nice list this year? For all those nice children, I predict you will receive one broken, mashed-up candy cane in your Christmas stocking. For those glorious, free-spirited, live-life-to-the-fullest naughty children, I ask you to peruse this list of magical, music-related gift items that you will find in your stockings. Viva la naughty list!

LIVE AID DVD

(Warner Bros./Elektra/Atlantic)

July 13, 1985 is known as "The Day the Music Changed the World" thanks to musician and organizer Bob Geldof, who encouraged others to help "Feed the World." This four-disc DVD set includes two concerts, one in London and one in Philadelphia, with performances by Paul McCartney, Queen, Elvis Costello, Elton John, Stevie Wonder and others who came together for this historic musical event.

HOOBASTANK’S LET IT OUT DVD

(Universal Music & VI)

OK, so you get the expected music videos, live performances and backstage antics as on most DVDs, but it’s the short home movie titled "The Reason Is…" by Hoobastank guitarist Dan Estrin and singer Doug Robb that makes this a keeper. Hint: "The Reason" isn’t you.

ROONEY’S SPIT AND SWEAT, A CONCERT MOVIE DVD

(Universal Music & VI)

So Cal natives Rooney with their mop heads and curly locks may be a little more pop than rock, but you’ve gotta admit that the melodic harmonies of "Blueside" and upbeat boppiness of "I’m Shakin’" are damn hard to resist. This DVD includes a live performance at L.A.’s Wiltern Theatre and a studio documentary that’s a gut-busting laugh.

YEAH YEAH YEAHS’ ELL ME WHAT ROCKERS TO SWALLOWDVD

(Universal Music & VI)

See musical nymph Karen O. flit and flutter onstage while singing the uncensored version of "Y Control" live at the Fillmore in San Francisco. The DVD also includes music videos and a special featurette titled "Fukuoka Nagoya Osaka Tokyo," a behind-the-scenes look at the YYYs rocking those outta control Japanese fans.

SCAR TISSUE BY ANTHONY KIEDIS WITH LARRY SLOMAN

(Hyperion)

Who can do sex, drugs, rock ’n’ roll, drugs and more drugs better than Red Hot Chili Peppers hottie Anthony Kiedis? Check out this page-turner filled with stories that occur in seedy back alleys and darkly lit venues. Read about bassist Flea who defecates in a pizza box, then delivers the goods to his much-hated producer.

ART OF MODERN ROCK: THE POSTER EXPLOSION BY PAUL GRUSHKIN AND DENNIS KING

(Chronicle Books)

This mega-book filled with rock posters from your fave bands is enough to make most music enthusiasts’ eyes pop out of their mohawked heads. You’ll find the artsy gig flyers from KISS to Marilyn Manson to The Beach Boys, with artwork from over 1,800 posters. Wow!

RIVERS’ EDGE: THE WEEZER STORY BY JOHN D. LUERSSEN

(ECW Press)

This mysterious, much loved, yet often misunderstood band is peeled apart in this unauthorized biography uncovering shy frontman Rivers Cuomo. Read about this musical genius and his weird, domineering and egomaniacal characteristics. Gotta love him!

TEARS FOR FEARS’ EVERYBODY LOVES A HAPPY ENDING CD

(New Door Records)

Yup, it’s true. TFF’s Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith have put hateful feelings toward each other aside and are now "Sowing the Seeds of Love" for the joyful reason of making some dinero. If you were able to see them at this year’s KROQ Inland Invasion, you know this duo still has it goin’ on – and their new stuff ain’t bad either.

PEARL JAM’S REARVIEW MIRROR (GREATEST HITS 1991-2003) CD

(Sony)

This two-disc set contains over 30 Pearl Jam winners, such as "Alive," "Jeremy," "Yellow Ledbetter" and two tracks the band recorded for the 1992 movie Singles. A must-have for those Pearl Jam fans who claim to love them, but not enough to have bought their individual albums.

JOHN LENNON’S ACOUSTIC CD

(Capitol)

Yoko Ono’s at it again, releasing more of hubby John’s old tapes, likely found in a dusty basement. But let’s give thanks. Without the woman sadly associated with the breakup of The Beatles (it was all John’s decision, really!), we wouldn’t be able to hear Lennon’s heartfelt acoustic version of "Imagine" and rarer, first-time recorded tunes such as "My Mummy’s Dead" and "Woman is the Nigger of the World." Right on, Yoko.

DAISY ROCK GUITARS

(www.daisyrock.com)

Electric and acoustic guitars made for girls, but guys like ’em too! Just ask singer Robert Smith of The Cure who owns the Daisy Rock "Heartbreaker" guitar. These quality guitars come in colors such as Atomic Pink, Crimson Burst and Champagne Sparkle. Daisy Rock guitars rock – pure and simple.