Here are the titles and artists for all 15 songs
One World | Denver, CO USA | 02/16/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"1- Heaven's Got A Bby - OC Supertones
2- Relienk K - Santa Claus Is Thumbin To Town
3- Cadet - The First Noel
4- Bleach - What We Call Christmas
5- Earthsuit - Wonderful Christmas Time
6- Kendall Payne - O Come O Come Emmanuel
7- Hangnail - Do You Hear What I Heaar
8- Poor Old Lu - What Child Is This
9- Joy Electric - Mrs Santa claus
10- Denison Witner - A Christmas Song
11- Ace Troubleshooter - Have It All
12- Starflyer 59 - I'll Be Home For Christmas
13- Aaron Sprinkle - A Christmas Song For All Year Round
14- Skyline Drive - Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
15- Mattthew Thiessen And The Earthquakes - I Hate Christmas Parties.
Sighhhhhh: My fingers are tired. It was a "dirrty" job but someone had to do it. A great alternaitve rock christmas album."
A great way to bring in the Season
Kalaleia | 11/30/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I've owned Happy Christmas, Volume 3 for about three years now, and I have to say that in puts me in the Christmas spirit as soon as I put it in my CD player. The CD has followed the evolution of my musical tastes: in the beginning, the most listened to tracks were Hangnail and Relient K, now Aaron Sprinkle, Starflyer 59, and Denison Witmer see a lot of air time. The diverse bands on the CD manage to meet whatever I might want to listen to at any point in time (from the upbeat, to the calm and haunting, to the couple of techno tracks on it). All in all, I highly recommend this CD. While there may be a couple of tracks one will skip from time to time, this is the ideal Christmas CD for anyone who enjoys Christian music."
Great Christian Christmas Songs sure to become Classics!
Teen Guy | Indiana | 02/26/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"What a great gift to give to anyone! Several of today's best Christian artists come together to create this talented mix of old Christmas caroles and original songs. Cadet (one of my favorite bands) sings a great version of "The First Noel". Joy Electric also sings a hilarious "poppy" song about the necessity of "Mrs. Santa Claus". Matthew Thiessen And The Earthquakes finish up this great album with a slow ballad about the commerciality of Christmas, and its true meaning.
In conclusion, this CD is a great addition to any collection, usable for a rockin' Christmas party, or just listening all year round to get into the Christmas spirit!"