Scarlet Moon drops new Christmas album

Scarlet Moon drops new Christmas album SCARLET MOON PRODUCTIONS

The third volume in Scarlet Moon Productions' Christmas album series, Scarlet Moon Christmas Volume III, is now available and boasts the talents of a number of accomplished composers known for their work on video games and major motion pictures.

The album features game composers arranging Christmas standards and video game music in Christmas style.  Contributing their talents are Vince DiCola (The Transformers: The Movie), Osamu Kubota (DJMAX), Justin Lassen (Underworld film series), Dale North (Wizard of Legend), and others.

"For our annual Christmas album, we invite our internal Scarlet Moon talent and friends we've collaborated with throughout the year," explains Scarlet Moon producer Jayson Napolitano.  "Holiday music can be pretty polarizing what with hearing the same standards over and over again, so this is our way of keeping things fresh... you're not going to hear Christmas music like this anywhere else. "


The full track list for Scarlet Moon Christmas Volume III is as follows:

01. Vince DiCola feat. Denise Stewart - The Christmas Song
02. Diwa de Leon - Carol of the Bells
03. Funk Fiction - Sherbet Land (Mario Kart 64)
04. Hunter Bridges - Better Watch Out!! Battle vs. Santa (Inspired by Pokémon)
05. String Player Gamer - Ice Man Stage (Mega Man)
06. Osamu Kubota - Silent Night
07. Justin Lassen - Ilia's Giant Song of Healing (The Legend of Zelda)
08. Mustin - Solstice ("A Wish...") (Secret of Mana)
09. Dale North - FM Silver Bells
10. Hunter Bridges - Better Watch Out!! Battle vs. Santa (Gen 1 Ver.)

Scarlet Moon Christmas Volume III in the fourth release in Scarlet Moon's Christmas series, with an introductory EP and three full-length albums having been prepared in previous years.  The album is fully licensed is available now.  Those who purchase it on Cyber Monday can save 30% off the price.

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