That's Christmas To Me - Pentatonix

That's Christmas To Me

Pentatonix

 Biography
  • Genre: Holiday
  • Release Date: 2014-10-17
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2014 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing 3:12  
2
White Winter Hymnal 2:47  
3
Sleigh Ride 2:16  
4
Winter Wonderland / Don't Worr 3:27  
5
That's Christmas To Me 3:02  
6
Mary, Did You Know? 3:23  
7
Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy 2:07  
8
It's the Most Wonderful Time o 3:05  
9
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town 2:42  
10
Silent Night 3:13  
11
Let It Go (Bonus Track) 3:26  

Reviews

  • ...!

    5
    By Ronnie Phri
    ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
  • Superb Vocals

    5
    By Factory Rat
    When you gather with friends for Christmas, do you play the same boring songs that you heard for the last fifty years? Do you enjoy it? Me, neither. So, get the PTX 2014 Christmas album and boredom will not be an issue. It starts with a really lovely rendition of “Hark the Herald Angels Sing” that quickly goes off the rails into a Christmas/gospel /swing version. The second cut brings you back gently with the Pentatonix treatment of the enigmatic “White Winter Hymnal.” This is the cut that got me started on Pentatonix and has caused me to binge on more and more of their stuff. After you glut yourself on WWH (I recommend two dozen plays to get you warmed up) then, and only then, look up a video of their performance. The choreography of their clapping, snapping, slapping routine is really cool. But you will be distracted from the electric vocals if you first focus on their complicated hand action. Cut 3 is a very nice, but very conventional, rendition of Sleigh Ride. But never fear, it’s followed by a calypso version of Winter Wonderland! #5 is the title cut: That’s Christmas to Me. It will probably inspire a sentimental tear or two. The vocals are superb, giving the baritone singer the spotlight for a while. Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy has no words as well as no instruments (hey, it’s a cappella, remember?) Think it’s goofy? Give it a chance. It won the group a Grammy. The last of eleven cuts is a magnificent rendition of Disneys Frozen theme. Now, darn it, I have to get the Frozen DVD so I can watch that again! Through all this musical wonderfulness, keep reminding yourself: there are no instruments. Just voices, microphones, and immense talent. Hooray for PTX!
  • Love it

    5
    By Audrey parish
    Scroll down ⬇️ Keep going Still keep going R u still there? I LOVE THIS ALBUM THANK YOU PENTATONIX
  • (•~•)

    1
    By ScarsThatStay
    No, just not feeling it
  • Best songs ever!!!

    5
    By ApplePicker61583
    I love
  • Big Fan👍🏼😀🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉

    5
    By Nori_Smitten
    I’ve been listening to Pentatonix for a very long time. This is my favorite album out of all of them. Thank you!!!
  • My fav

    5
    By LexiKV-music lover
    I’ve been listening to this since I was four and I’m 11 always been amazing and their so inspiring and angelic voices wish u could meet them😇
  • You are awesome

    5
    By dj rap chain
    I listen to u guys all the time and I am only 9
  • Vomit inducing

    1
    By MLpreach
    Just no.
  • Pretty

    4
    By sassy1200987
    Yasss

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