NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 08: Damian Abraham of  the music group Fucked Up performs on stage at the SKYY Vodka At Governors Ball on
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Despite forming 12 years ago, releasing more than 60 albums, EPs, comps and 7-inches and winning Canada's prestigious Polaris Music Prize in 2009, hardcore outfit F—ked Up didn't have a website until a few days ago. No joke.

Now, at long last, they've launched their own site. So to celebrate having something every other band on the planet has, the acclaimed punk band is offering free rarities from their catalog on this low-budget but extensive site.

The most delightful discovery here has to be "Stars on 45," the b-side to their 2007 charity single "David Christmas." This self-described "Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa song" features an insanely random assortment of stars: Nelly Furtado, James Murphy, Davey Havok of AFI (who references Wham!'s "Last Christmas") and even actress Shenae Grimes of 90210.

Listen to it above and delve into the slew of other rare mixtapes and singles—available for download and streaming—on their site. And for the fan who thinks they already have it all, there's a collection of F—ked Up demos previously only available on a cassette tape the band self-released in 2002. Start digging!