Now that Thanksgiving is officially over, it’s socially acceptable to play Christmas music. Need one thing more than the same previous classics we hear yr after yr? Fan of online game music? Scarlet Moon Data has you coated with the release of Scarlet Moon Christmas, Vol. IV. The album has six songs, with three songs from numerous video games remixed to sound much more Christmas-y and three basic Christmas songs remixed to sound a lot more… erm, video-gamey. It’s a win-win mashup for fans of both genres.
If you wish to hear online game songs grow to be Christmas songs, there are three covers so that you can take pleasure in. “First Steps” from Celeste, “Primary Theme” from Fallout 4, and “H’annit’s Theme” from Octopath Traveler have all been coated right here. Whereas Celeste and Octopath Traveler might make sense, considering the snowy nature of each video games, Fallout four is the odd one out here. I assume there’s no winter quite like nuclear winter.
Moreover, a couple of basic Christmas songs have reworks of their own. “My Favourite Issues,” the basic music from The Sound of Music, receives a cover from chiptune artist Coda. “The Chipmunk Track (Christmas Don’t Be Late)” is getting its own cover from guitarist Grant Henry, higher often known as his stage identify Stemage. Lastly, “Carol of the Bells” has gotten a cover from recreation composer Osamu Kubota, greatest recognized for his work on the Beatmania collection.
This isn’t the first time Scarlet Moon Data has put out a video game themed Christmas album. They’ve been doing one every year since 2016, with all the albums together with a number of fun remixes. In case you’ve needed a Christmas version of Last Fantasy IX‘s “Melody of Life,” Mario Kart 64‘s “Rainbow Street,” F-Zero‘s “White Land,” Mega Man‘s “Ice Man Theme,” and extra, then this collection is for you. Vol. III also accommodates a completely hilarious cowl of “Santa Claus is Coming to City” finished within the type of a Pokemon battle theme, so it’s totally value it for that alone. Scarlet Moon additionally has the upcoming Prescription for Sleep: Shovel Knight album that turns 20 of the game’s tracks into mild jazzy songs.
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