Matthew West brings a pop-inflected Christmas album that will challenge you to consider the bigger picture of life, outside of gift wrapping and your own experience.
You know it was only a matter of time before the pop-punk stylings of Hawk Nelson would hop on the Christmas album bandwagon. They take a bite out of the genre in the aptly named Christmas, their sixth album adventure; and it is one wild ride.
For their Christmas album, She & Him have picked some of their favorite songs over the years and assembled a compilation of twelve tunes that meant the most to them growing up.
David Crowder gets funky as usual, with his semi-standard presentation of Christmas favorites, just in time for Christmas!
Tobymac returns with his best album in years, regardless of the season.
Kutless drops a short Christmas album in time for the holidays. Enjoy the reflection, the matured rock, and the absolute focus on the birth of Christ and His faithful mother Mary.
Lavik delivers Christmas, soulfully, and subtly, to your listening ears.
Wertz delivers old favorites and personal originals in his debut Christmas album.
The accompanying album to Veggietales’ Little Drummer Boy provides songs for kids to reflect on further, and a few tracks by your favorite CCM artists.
Bethlehem Skyline didn’t pull in quite as a big of a hitmaker parade to it, and the CD doesn’t shine quite as bright. Not saying you need serious star-power to sell a legit Christmas album, but a few of the artists brought the overall album down a few pegs in my opinion.
Released in late September, O Come All Ye Faithful hopefully won’t slip through the cracks, because it is actually a stellar CD, full of CCM’s top artists doing renditions of their favorites.
After an interesting three-year career that followed a big debut album and three Travel EP’s, Future’s newest disc is the bookend to their first Christmas EP, which breathes new life to the original songs, but also stays true to them as well.
Relient K headlines a Gotee album that will have you singing Christmas carols in a whole new, rocking way.
Christmas carols get done up Provident-style, with a host of artists headlined by Third Day, Michael W. Smith, and Casting Crowns.
After proving his folk sensibilities, in 2008, Kensrue originally released This Good Night is Everywhere in only digital format. This year, the album has been rereleased in limited edition red vinyl format, and added to bonus tracks to boot.
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