Wednesday , December 19 2018 Ausdroid » Software » Apps, Games & Google Services » Get in the spirit of the season with these four Christmas albums from Google Play Music

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Google loves all the different holidays and with Christmas coming it’s time to start getting into the spirit of things, and part of that is giving presents! To kick things off, Google is offering four – that’s right four – Christmas albums from Google Play to get you in the mood.

The albums are all special edition compilation albums – Play: Christmas Crooners, Play Classical: Christmas, Play Classical: Christmas Favourites and Play Classical: New Year’s Concert. The albums feature some decent old classics, the Crooners album has old Blue Eye’s himself – Mr Frank Sinatra singing Angels We Have Heard On High, while the rest have some pretty nice tunes which will play nicely while your Christmas dinner goes on.

The giveaway is of course dual purpose as a Christmas music focus is currently underway on Google Play Music featuring popular, and not so popular (Damn you Mariah Carey Christmas Album) – albums for sale from as low as just 99c. There’s a heap of good stuff in there though, like Bing Crosby’s White Christmas album and Elvis’ Christmas album as well – check them all out after you claim your free albums now.

Source: Google Play Music.

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