Monster Music & Movies

Vol. 3-Now That's What I Call Christmas
Artist: Now That's What I Call Music!
Format: CD

Formats and Editions

1. O Come All Ye Faithful - Nat King Cole
2. Jingle Bells - Frank Sinatra
3. Baby, It's Cold Outside - Dean Martin
4. My Favorite Things - Tony Bennett
5. It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year - Andy Williams
6. Silver Bells - Bing Crosby
7. It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas - Johnny Mathis
8. Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane) - Elvis Pre
9. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - Judy Garland
10. Rudolph, The Red Nosed Reindeer - Ella Fitzgerald
11. Frosty the Snowman - Gene Autry
12. Little Drummer Boy, The - Peggy Lee
13. Santa Claus Is Coming to Town - Burl Ives
14. Winter Wonderland - Louis Armstrong
15. Blue Christmas - Johnny Cash
16. Jingle Bell Rock - Johnny Cash
17. Chipmunk Song, The (Christmas Don't Be Late) - The Chipmunks
1. You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch - Thurl Ravenscroft
2. Little Saint Nick - The Beach Boys
3. Noel - Smokey Robinson & the Miracles
4. Up on the Housetop - The Jackson 5
5. O Holy Night - Al Green
6. Christmas Time Is Here - Dianne Reeves
7. Christmas Is My Favorite Time of the Year - Kenny Rogers
8. Shimmy Down the Chimney (Fill up My Stocking) - Alison Krauss
9. Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree - Cyndi Lauper
10. Feliz Navidad - Celine Dion
11. I'll Be Home For Christmas - Gloria Estefan
12. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus - Jessica Simpson
13. Merry Christmas, Baby - Christina Aguilera
14. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing / Gloria (In Excelsis Deo - Mariah
15. Santa Baby - The Pussycat Dolls
16. Home - Ne-Yo
17. It Just Don't Feel Like Xmas (Without You) - Rhianna
18. Christmas Wish - Stacie Orrico
19. 12 Days of Christmas - Relient K




Every year, this country is bombarded with 15 to 20 memorable new pop songs and every year the good people at Now anthologize them in highly convenient and profitable time capsules (this trend started in the U.K.; they really love their singles over there). Even though we don't exactly get 15 to 20 memorable new Christmas songs each year, at least that many hot contemporary artists take a stab at a Christmas album, keeping things nice and regenerative. Hence, the third installment of Now That's What I Call Christmas, which employs one disc to remind us that great singers loved singing Christmas songs'"from Rat Packers to Ella to the King'"and another to remind us that the kids do too'"from Jessica Simpson to the Pussycat Dolls to Ne-Yo. It's 36 yuletide hits overall and not a repeat to be found. Yes, agnostic mopes, there are 36 Christmas songs out there. Wait, nobody covers "Santa Got Run Over by a Reindeer." Thirty-seven!


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