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The Killers to Release Christmas Song


NME reports that The Killers went back into the studio earlier this month to record a Christmas song together with producer Alan Moulder. The Las Vegas foursome recorded the tune "A Great Big Sleigh" that will released on iTunes on December 5.

Brandon Flowers explained to NME that he was inspired by many Christmas songs in the past. "There are some great Christmas tunes that have been recorded over the years from the likes of George Michael and John Lennon," he explained. "Sometime you forget. You get so caught up in business and being an adult that you forget to have fun and enjoy things and be nice to people." (Flowers photo via Caroline.)

November 27, 2006 in Music News | Permalink


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Posted by: bobby at Dec 6, 2006 8:46:28 AM

"The Christmas Songs" Rafael Brom

1. Little Drummer Boy - MP3
2. Ave Maria (Shubert) - MP3
3. Ave Maria (Gounod) - MP3
4. Away in a Manger - MP3
5. O Holly Night - MP3
6. Silent Night - MP3
7. O Little Town of Betlehem- MP3
8. The First Noel - MP3

Posted by: Cosmotone Records at Dec 6, 2006 4:30:11 PM

I've also heard a rumor that they collaborated with The Flight of the Concords on a Christmas song called Kasio Kristmas. I'm not sure if it id true, but the music is amazing regardless

Posted by: Tyler at Nov 18, 2008 11:12:25 AM

Yeah, That Kasio Kristmas is probably the best Christmas stuff I've heard in a loooong time!


Posted by: Tottie at Dec 2, 2008 1:34:55 PM

Ok, so I just made my own ridiculous Casio Dance song with the Sound Library from Kasio Kristmas. I might be brave enough to post it, but I'm not a song writing virtuoso. Anyone can do it with this CD-ROM and Garage Band. http://www.kasiokristmas.com/Kasio-Kristmas-Sound-Libra.html. Welcome to modern technology.

Posted by: crackhead at Feb 14, 2009 3:26:52 PM