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Top Christmas Albums This Christmas

Press Release: Lani Hepi / Larni Entertainment


Top Christmas Albums This Christmas

We all know it's Christmas when we walk the supermarket isles and hear the sounds of Jingle Bells jingling over the Intercom system.

From Michael Bublé, Rod Stewart, Marvin Gay, Ben Crosby and the classics of the 60's nearly every artists in their musical careers have climbed aboard Santa's slay with a Christmas album or a tune or two.

We either loathe them or love them the sounds of Christmas are once again upon us.

The top two popular Christmas album selections this Christmas are the soothing, simmering voice of Michael Bublé 'Christmas' album and the raspy, soulful voice of Rod Stewart and the album 'Merry Christmas Baby'.

Michael Bublé's 'Christmas deluxe special edition album features an array of 20 Christmas classics ideal for a nice relaxing kiwi Christmas at the homestead or at the batch while Rod Stewart's 'Merry Christmas Baby' 17 track album featuring Christmas classics and originals is ideal for the Christmas drive down the coast or just a quick pop over to the corner dairy with a singalong.

In an interview with a UK television show Bublé described his album as 'a childhood dream come true' while Stewart said "I just wanted to share Christmas with the world and I love Christmas because it brings us all together" He says.

Popular Christmas albums:

1. Christmas (Deluxe Special Edition) - Michael Bublé
2. Merry Christmas, Baby (Deluxe Edition) - Rod Stewart
3. Ultimate Christmas Collection - Various Artists
4. Christmas Hits - Various
5. Christmas Crooners & Divas Various Artists

All the Christmas albums are available from your local music store or online at

Photo: Rod - Stewart - "Merry Christmas Baby - Rod Stewart"


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