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01 - Hark The Herald Angels Sing 
02 - The Wassail Song 
03 - Up On The Housetop 
04 - The Holly And The Ivy			play 
05 - Joy To The World 
06 - I Saw Three Ships 
07 - Silent Night

Musicians:
    Jason Dunn – lead vocals 
    Daniel Biro – bass, backing vocals 
    Jonathan Steingard – guitar, backing vocals 
    Justin Benner – drums 

 

Hawk Nelson is a Christian rock band from Peterborough, Ontario. The band has become very popular in the Christian music scene and was voted "Favorite New Artist" by CCM Magazine in their February 2006 Reader's Choice Awards. In 2006 Hawk Nelson won a No. 1 spot on VH1's top 20 video countdown with "The One Thing I Have Left" music video.

This is hardly Hawk Nelson’s first crack at making Christmas music, as they once came out with the four song Gloria EP and have put a couple songs on samplers over the years, but Hawk Nelson Christmas is the largest collection of Hawk Nelson Christmas songs in one place to date and features all new songs.

Hawk Nelson Christmas starts off briskly with a pop punk version of “Hark The Herald Angels Sing”, a quick start to an album that runs incredibly short for having seven tracks on it. ”The Wassail Song” is an incredibly ridiculous song that sounds more like a joke than anything, but is a fun time with a hint of the Celtic pop punk heard on vocalist Jason Dunn’s side project The Dunn Boys. After that, you might as well break out your banjos and pick and strum along with Hawk Nelson on their next song, “Up On The Housetop”, yet another goofy track detailing a lot of the silly traditions surrounding the holiday.

“The Holly And The Ivy” give us a respite from the silliness for a more reflective Christmas ballad, before a crazy round of “Joy To The World” that ends in a purposeful disaster. ”I Saw Three Ships” is yet another Celtic pop punk song that will get you dancing, before the EP closes with the old favorite “Silent Night”.

Hawk Nelson Christmas is a fun and wacky adventure that generally has more celebratory songs for a Christmas party than it has tracks for those who want to quietly observe the traditions of the holiday. --- christianmusiczine.com

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01. What I’m Looking For
02. A Million Miles Away
03. Words (Feat. Bart Millard Of MercyMe)
04. Elevator (Feat. Blanca Of Group1Crew)
05. Every Beat Of My Broken Heart
06. Made
07. Love Like That
08. Through The Fire (Feat. Mike Donehey Of Tenth Avenue North)
09. Faithful
10. Anyone But You
11. Outside The Lines
12. Fighting For

Musicians:
Jonathan Steingard – guitar, vocals
Daniel Biro – bass guitar, backing vocals
Justin Benner – drums

 

Hawk Nelson's sixth album, 2013's Made, is another big-hearted, big-sounding emo-pop album that's fully stocked with big, hooky choruses. Just like all their albums to date, there's far more pop in their sound than there is emo and not a single note, vocal, or emotion is out of place. The sound is very much of the time with Auto-Tune, fake turntable scratches, little bits of electronics poking through the edges of the mix, and a guest rap (from Blanca of Group 1 Crew on the inspiring dance-pop tune "Elevator") all making appearances -- almost any song would sound perfect on a pop radio station. The mix of uplifting rockers, stadium-ready ballads, and straight-ahead pop songs makes for a varied listening experience and the trio espouses its strong love of God with an easygoing approach that won't turn off listeners whose faith may not be as strong but still want to hear some nice non-threatening modern rock. While the album does work when it tries to reach the back row, when they strip back the big, super-slick production and aim smaller, they hit the target a little harder. "Outside the Lines" is a sparse and bouncy acoustic guitar-led song that feels just a little bit more heartfelt for being small-scale. This is a direction they could easily head and score great success, if they ever get tired of making epic-sounding albums like Made. Until then, Hawk Nelson will do fine sticking to the tried and true formula they use here. ---Tim Sendra, allmusic.com

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