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8 Days of Christmas
Destiny's Child
8 Days of Christmas
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, R&B, Classical
 
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Japanese edition of their 2001 Christmas album includes one exclusive bonus track 'Emotion (Strings Version)' & a bonus tracks that do not appear on the US edition, 'Proud Family'. 14 tracks in all.

     
   
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All Artists: Destiny's Child
Title: 8 Days of Christmas
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 7
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 1/1/2001
Re-Release Date: 10/30/2001
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, R&B, Classical
Styles: Holiday & Wedding, Dance Pop, Adult Contemporary, Vocal Pop, Contemporary R&B, Soul, Opera & Classical Vocal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 696998609822

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Japanese edition of their 2001 Christmas album includes one exclusive bonus track 'Emotion (Strings Version)' & a bonus tracks that do not appear on the US edition, 'Proud Family'. 14 tracks in all.

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Not typical of what I listen to but interesting
Peter Durward Harris | Leicester England | 09/09/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I like many different types of music including pop, rock, country, jazz, folk, classical and R+B. When it comes to R+B, I am mainly interested in the old stuff, particularly of the fifties, sixties and seventies. This album dates from the late nineties and is, of course, recorded in a much more recent style of R+B. With its distinctive funky rhythms much more to the fore than on most Christmas albums, it is certainly different for any of the music that I normally listen to.

The song titles are certainly familiar but have you heard them interpreted anything like this before? 8 days of Christmas (the title track) is a re-working of 12 days of Christmas. I'm guessing that they cut it from 12 to 8 because a full-length version would have been too long given the way that they do it. Opera of the bells is actually their reworking of Carol of the bells. I can't even guess the reason for the title change here, since it certainly doesn't sound very operatic to my ears. My favorite here is probably Silent night, precisely because I've heard so many versions of this well-worn chestnut. I appreciate hearing this very different, but still recognizable, version.

As a change from what I normally listen to, this is great. Nevertheless, it won't cause me to get excited about contemporary R+B on a large scale. Still, I may dabble in it occasionally as I did with this. If you are one of those people who buy music based on what I like, I strongly recommend that you hear samples before committing yourself.
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