Okay… its a repost from last year. But it’s Christmas. And this album doesn’t change much each year. From a quick glance, I think there’s one song I haven’t covered in this article.
Sooo. In the spirit of completeness;
Idina Menzel– Do You Want to Build a Snowman
A worthy addition to the Christmas song canon. But Let it Go is clearly better.
This article is part of a series, chronicling a foolish attempt to chronicle the history of modern pop, through the Now That’s What I Call Music series. All the previous articles, and some other fun stuff, can be found here. This, however, is a break from the norm to review an annual offshoot of the series, compiling (in theory) the best Christmas songs of all time onto three fun packed discs.
Released- 3rd November 2014 (Though, let’s face it, there’s one every year)
2000 years ago, in a manger, Jesus was born. 1950 odd years later, pop music was born. The two work well together.
Me Holiday History
Originally a Roman festival called Saturnalia, and appropriated by Christianity under the Emperor Constantine as the celebration of Jesus Christ’s birthday. In fairness, Jesus is pretty cool about the whole thing, and doesn’t want presents himself, and is just like, ‘Guys…
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