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Kidz Bop Kids: Kidz Bop Christmas [2009]

Track List

>Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
>Last Christmas
>Jingle Bell Rock
>Feliz Navidad
>Blue Christmas
>Christmas Wrapping
>Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree
>Frosty the Snowman
>Sleigh Ride
>Here Comes Santa Claus
>Christmas Song, The
>Do They Know It's Christmas? (Feed the World)
>Christmas Time Is Here
>Go Christmas
>Santa Claus Is Coming to Town

Album Remarks & Appraisals:

"I did not used to be a fan of Kidz Bop, but in the last year they have released several CDs that I enjoy and listen to regularly with my daughter in the car. Our newest favorite is Kidz Bop Christmas Party, with 15 classic Christmas songs that we love to listen to over and over!

Kidz Bop CDs are "for kids and sung by kids", and I'm happy to report that the quality of the singing has vastly improved over the years. The kids sound natural and yet professional. Kidz Bop Christmas Party is going on my Christmas CDs shelf and will definitely be part of our Christmas music rotation next year!" MomReviews

Kidz Bop Christmas is the third album in the Kidz Bop series.

Album Notes

Compilation producers: Aaron Brotherton, Nicole McHugh, Dean Babin.

Personnel: Gary Philips (guitar, keyboards, drum programming); Kirk Boyer, Mark Piro, Kirk Boyer (piano).

Audio Mixer: Gary Philips.

No one is safe from those crazy Kidz Bop Kids. This time out, these precocious tykes take a crack at an entire program's worth of Christmas classics. So gather the little ones around, hit play and let merriment ensue. There's plenty of sing-a-long material starting right off the bat with the Rankin-Bass trifecta of "Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer," "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" and "Frosty The Snowman." From here, you can keep the chorales going with a one two punch of "Jingle Bells" and "We Wish You A Merry Christmas." Those older folks who remember celebrating Xmas when pompadours and Elvis were the rule can teach the young'uns '50s era nuggets "Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree," "Jingle Bell Rock," "Run Rudolph Run" and "All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth." Then everyone can tip their collective hats to the cute Beatle before tucking into Paul McCartney's "Wonderful Christmastime." Who says there isn't anything left for families to do together?



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