Let It Snow! (Bonus Live Track): Michael Bublé: MP3 Downloads

Let It Snow! (Bonus Live Track): Michael Bublé: MP3 Downloads

“ I purchased this CD a few years back when it was first released. It is so awesome. I love this CD. There is so much heart & soul put into these Christmas songs. The only problem is, there are only 5 or 6 songs. But that only means that you need to just keep replaying it. If you want a new twist on Christmas music. This is it. Michael Buble is one of the best performers out their today. I am so happy they re-released it. I bought some for my friends. It was the perfect xmas gift.” – Leela Godino (Amazon.com Review)

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  • Small town with a big sound, rock band Refuse The Fall has new music that you need to know about! Winners of the “Promote Me Like A Rockstar” Competition (sponsored by Whotune.com), Refuse The Fall is exactly what the alternative... Small town with a big sound, rock band Refuse The Fall has new music that you need to know about! Winners of the “Promote Me Like A Rockstar” Competition (sponsored by Whotune.com), Refuse The Fall is exactly what the alternative rock scene needs. They beat out hundreds of bands that entered the contest and performed in the final five on the Whotune jam cam for the panel of judges, and jumped to #1 on the Whotune charts. The band was ranked #1 “Top Ten Unsigned Bands” by Alternative Addiction.com and it won’t be long until they are a household name. Band members Toby Taylor, Dusty Rea, Gavin Douglas, and Cody Mathis have great artistic vision and passion. Their single, Let It Rain, has a dramatic intensity that will have the chorus stuck in your head for days. Check them out on whotune here! or http://bit.ly/RefuseTheFall !

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  • The fact is that when it came to Pat Benatar I always had a chip on my shoulder. You see, I had it in my mind that anyone with a name that rhymes with guitar should be a Punk Rocker. Well, I'm glad Benatar also rhymes with Rock St... The fact is that when it came to Pat Benatar I always had a chip on my shoulder. You see, I had it in my mind that anyone with a name that rhymes with guitar should be a Punk Rocker. Well, I'm glad Benatar also rhymes with Rock Star, cause Pat Benatar has done much to expand the way Rock looks and feels. For me the cadence of her songs are exciting, leaving space open for punctuation as well as surprise. Benatar's music has been the soundtrack to many a romantic ride, and this is not only because of the performances and production on her tracks, but also the storytelling in them. Lastly I've never her another singer put as many different feelings into a spit second. And this is why I can't recommend her Hits, or Greatest Hits albums, because "Ultimate" is what Pat Benatar's sound is all about.

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