Game Composers’ Annual Christmas Album Out Now With Cyber Monday Discount

Scarlet Moon Records is excited to make available the latest installment in their annual Christmas album series with Scarlet Moon Christmas Vol. IV. The long-running series features game music composers arranging game music tracks in holiday fashion and holiday standards in their own signature styles. This year’s album features music from CelesteFallout 4, and Octopath Traveler alongside Christmas classics. Scarlet Moon Christmas Vol. IV is licensed and available now.

This year’s offering includes a grand sleigh bells version of “First Step” from Celeste by Rozen, a funky Sega Genesis-style spin on “My Favorite Things” by chiptune artist coda, and a jubilant take on the Alvin and the Chipmunks favorite “Christmas Don’t Be Late” by Stemage. The full track list is as follows:

  1. Rozen – “First Steps in the Snow” (Celeste)
  2. Justin Lassen – “Fallout 4 Main Theme”
  3. coda – “My Favorite Things”
  4. Stemage – “Christmas Don’t Be Late”
  5. Mustin – “H’aanit and the Holiday Heist” (Octopath Traveler)
  6. Osamu Kubota – Carol of the Bells

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Scarlet Moon is also jumping in on Cyber Monday by offering 20% off their entire Bandcamp catalog for one day only with the CYBERMONDAY2019 discount code. This includes Scarlet Moon Christmas Vol. IV, the entire Christmas album series, and the upcoming Prescription for Sleep: Shovel Knight album which is out on December 6, 2019. These will make perfect gifts for the game music fan on anyone’s holiday shopping list.

The Christmas series has featured many talents over the years including Hiroki Kikuta (Secret of Mana), Norihiko Hibino (Metal Gear Solid), Vince DiCola (Transformers: The Movie) and more. The original 2014 EP and subsequent three volumes are now quickly available on Scarlet Moon’s Christmas series website: http://scarletmoon.com/christmas

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