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Pop Vox Christmas 2
  • Artist: Various Artists
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479675362
  • Item #: SRD967536
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 12/25/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Pop Vox Christmas 2 on CD

Merry Christmas!!! This is the second in a series of Christmas albums released by California indie label pop. Vox.music. Musical styles range from electronic to indie rock to punk. Each song has been exclusively recorded for this compilation and you won't find better Christmas tunes anywhere else. From Christmas classics to originals, these songs will get you in the Christmas mood. Some artists involved have been around (Like Norway, formerly of Tooth and Nail Records) some are brand new (like Paravell side project Racing at Nineteen) and some are on the rise (like The Trade, recently receiving play on California's KROQ). Plus, the CD has a very special hidden musical surprise that you won't find on the digital release. Send us an e-mail if you need help finding it. Here's a little info about pop. Vox.music: pop. Vox.music is a community of friends helping each other to further their artistic expression, regardless of the form of art. We encourage people to integrate their feelings, beliefs and faith into their work in an innovative way. We're commanded by God to do everything excellently for Him. This often goes unnoticed in the art community, and Christian art has become a cliché. We hope to see a change in the way Christians express themselves, setting a standard rather than following everyone else. We hope to see good artists that are Christians, rather than seeing Christian artists.