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  • 1 year ago
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    Christmas Disco- I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

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  • 1 year ago
    Comment IHeartGaming

    Believe it or not, I know a whole lot about this album and the work involved in it from a bit of Googling around. There were either 20 or 21 tracks released in total for these series of albums, recorded sometime in 1979 by an outfit called Odyssey Productions. The most complete collection of these songs in one place is Non Stop Xmas Disco by The Roller Disco Orchestra, which has 20 songs and is commonly available. I have this CD and can vouch for it. (There is another CD that supposedly has the same exact content as this one, but its name is escaping me and I can't find it.) The twenty-first song that may or may not have (but probably was) recorded at the same time as the others is Jolly Old Saint Nicholas. As far as I know, this is only available on CD format on a disc called "Switched on Christmas" released by Rainbow. It is an Australian release, so eBay is your best friend. (You're looking for a CD with 21 tracks, not one that mentions "22 non-stop favorites" as there are multiple releases which share the name and are not related.)

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  • 3 years ago
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  • 3 years ago
    Comment IHeartGaming

    I'd seen this before, I have it bookmarked. I should really give Vivaldi a try and see how it is.

  • 3 years ago
    Comment IHeartGaming

    Same here; I only have a few add-ons that I regularly use, but I use Chrome for things that I need up that I don't want to have to login to again if Firefox crashes.

  • 3 years ago
    Comment IHeartGaming

    My username is IHeartGaming and most people refer to me as IHG online, and I needed an avatar that was better than my previous one. I made it through Cooltext or something to have a decent looking avatar to represent me, and to let people know that they can call me IHG online. (There are some people who call me IHeart.)

  • 3 years ago
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  • 3 years ago
    Comment IHeartGaming

    Walt Disney World is my favorite, hands down. It's most easily accessible to me, I've been there the most, and each park has a different feel and WDW as a whole is huge and immersive.

  • 3 years ago
    Comment IHeartGaming

    I enjoy Flow Free. It's a simple puzzle game where there are dots on a grid and you have to connect all of the same-colored dots to each other, without crossing with other paths, and fill up the whole grid. It's easy enough but some of the bigger grids are harder to complete. I've also gotten back into Falldown recently, good for killing small amounts of time. The goal is to keep the ball from reaching the top of the screen by tilting the phone left and right to make the ball fall down.

  • 3 years ago
    Comment IHeartGaming

    I'd honestly watch Toy Story again. One of my teachers played it at the end of the year last year when there was basically nothing to do as everything was taught and there was no final. I'd forgotten how good it was!