God Is Real (Jesus Is Alive) - John David, John Davis
Item description for Happy Christmas, Vol. 4 by Various...
Overview Holidays are here again! This is the 4th installment in the very successful rock Christmas compilation Happy Christmas! Featuring bands such Mae, Relient K, Switchfoot, Number One Gun, Eisley, Hawk Nelson and others. In stores everywhere this October!
TRACK LISTING 01. Evergreen - Switchfoot 02. (Ho Ho Hey) A Way For Santa's Sleigh - Emery 03. Baby Please Come Home - Anberlin 04. The Winter Song - Eisley 05. Christmas Time Is Here - Starflyer 59 06. Yule Be Sorry - Aaron Gillespie of Underoath & Kenny Vasoli of The Starting Line 07. Carol Of The Bells - Mae 08. Do You Hear What I Hear - Copeland 09. I Celebrate The Day - Relient K 10. Last Christmas - Hawk Nelson 12. O Holy Night - The Fold 13. Of Two Bearded Men - Number One Gun 14. God Is Real (Jesus Is Alive) - John Davis
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Studio: Tooth & Nail Records
Record Label Tooth & Nail Records
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 4.78" Width: 6" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Oct 25, 2005
Publisher EMI-CMG DIST CHRISTMAS #192
ISBN 0012322547 ISBN13 0094633553125 UPC 094633553125
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Reviews - What do customers think about Happy Christmas, Vol. 4?
Some alternative Christian Christmas music Jan 18, 2007
This album had some really solid alternative Christian Christmas music. The onlylet down was the absence of some of my favorite Tooth and Nail bands such as Thousand Foot Krutch and mewithoutyou but the songs by Hawk Nelson, Emery, and Underoath(well the singer from Underoath) were really good and added some variety to the generally bland assortment of Christmas music.
Mind Blowing Dec 5, 2006
I don't see how anyone can say this was a bad album. Each band brings their own flavor to each song, and the original by Aaron from Underoath is, to put it simply, amazing. This album so superior to "Taste of Christmas" which actually includes some of the same bands, so if your deciding between the two I would choose this one without a second thought. Best Christmas CD I know of.
Gave what was promised Jan 6, 2006
It's an interesting album. The music is a fresh perspective on some old Christmas songs (with several new tracks included).
The artists add their own unique flavor to each of the songs. The songs aren't quite as high of caliber as those produced on the artist's own albums, but if you just can't get away from your Mae and Anberlin long enough to listen to Christmas music... this is the album for you.
Looking forward to their next release.
Disappointed Nov 10, 2005
I was disappointed with this CD. I love many of the bands, but... why such a style change to fit the Christmas songs? The CD seems very slow and down beat. I was looking forward to the screamo bands rocking out, not withdrawing their scream. Over all this CD will put me to sleep by the fire side like every other Christmas CD. I was really looking forward to a CD that made Christmas songs come a live again... oh well. At least it beats what you hear in Wal-Mart all year long
Best Christmas Album Ever! Nov 3, 2005
Tooth and Nail's Volume 4 release, "Happy Christmas" filled with expressive covers of old favorites and some amazing originals. Kudos to all the bands that contributed to this Cd.
A must buy.. even a great idea for stocking stuffer!