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Music Review: Various Artists – Happy Christmas Vol 5

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In what feels like a couple of hours Christmas day will be upon us. Many will spend the day relaxing and  roasting marshmallows over the fireplace. As friends and families catch up and exchange pleasantries, a mix of Christmas music would only add to the fun. If you have the newly released Happy Christmas Volume 5 in hand, you’ll be ready to.

Imagine kicking off the Christmas party with an Alvin & The Chipmunks punk-pop song from Hawk Nelson. It’s sure to be a boisterous and swell time.

 The  Happy Christmas Volumes from Tooth & Nail records have always featured various genre of enjoyable ballads from some of the hottest Bands on the label. The series first began in 1998 with Happy Christmas Volume 1

Whether we are hard rock ‘n’ rollers, or folk music enthusiasts, Happy Christmas Vol.5 has it all. If however, it’s the reflective and more acoustic Christian rhythms that catches our fancy, it’s all good. So long as everyone is present, there’re sure to be no dull moments listening to this fifth instalment of Happy Christmas.

 It’d surely be a jolly Happy Christmas.

Happy Christmas 5 Track List:

Hawk Nelson- The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late)
Demon Hunter- The Wind
Ivoryline- O, Holy Night
Thousand Foot Krutch- Heat Miser
August Burns Red- O Come, O Come Emmanuel
Emery- Jesus Gave Us Christmas
Family Force 5- It’s Christmas Day
Bon Voyage- The Little Christmas Tree
Sent By Ravens- Happy Christmas (War Is Over)
Queens Club- You’re A Mean One Mr. Grinch
Neon Horse- Zat You Santa Clause
FM Static- Snow Miser
Surrogate- Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree
Copeland- Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas


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