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Combining the sophistication of a 60-piece orchestra with the explosive sonic punch of a heavy metal band, this Christmas celebration from Trans-Siberian Orchestra has everything we love about the holiday season. TSO's hard-chugging "Ornament" is somehow both solemn and raucous, like an aria from an opulent rock opera, while their contemplative "Christmas/Sarajevo 12/24" combines elements of the familiar "Carol of the Bells" with an original tune for an epic onslaught of hard-rocking pageantry and joy.

Customer Reviews

Their best album

I remember when "Christmas / Sarajevo" came out on the "Dead Winter Dead" album by Savatage. It still rocks today! I wonder if many people know about the band Savatage, since that is where Trans-Siberian Orchestra originated...

AMAZING!

this is such a wonderful album. The first time I heard that they made rock'n'roll versions of Christmas Songs, I was hesitant, but they showed me wrong. an A+

LOVE THE ROCK

i love how they add rock to plain boring songs! i gave it a four because some of the songs are still boring and just guitar. a good example of how they add rock is christmas/sarajevo. i also like how they rocked out bethoven!(in a diffrent CD)

Biography

Formed: 1995 in New York, NY

Genre: Holiday

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Long renowned for selling more concert tickets than albums, Trans-Siberian Orchestra united a 60-piece orchestra plus chorus with the talents of Paul O'Neill, a veteran hard rock producer. The group released its debut album, Christmas Eve and Other Stories, just in time for the 1996 holiday season; it eventually sold three-times platinum in the United States. The Christmas Attic followed in 1998, and two years later the group issued its first non-seasonal recording, Beethoven's Last Night. In 2004,...
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