New album reimagines Christmas carols as classic game scores

Robby Duguay has released 12GB of Christmas Vol. 3, the third instalment of his video game Christmas music albums. The album features public-domain Christmas carols reimagined as tunes from favourite video game titles from 1985-1999. It features sounds from 8-bit consoles and all the way up to N64 and PS1, playing standards like “O Holy Night” and “I heard the bells on Christmas day”. It can be purchased for five bucks now on Bandcamp.

Posted on December 4, 2015 by Chris Greening. Last modified on December 4, 2015.

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