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Episode 525

MTV: TRL Christmas
Thu, 2018-Oct-11 01:17 UTC
Length - 2:11

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The random article for Thursday, 11 October 2018 is MTV: TRL Christmas.

MTV: TRL Christmas is a Christmas compilation album released by the record labels Atlantic and Lava. Released on October 30, 2001, it features singers who were promoted on the music television series Total Request Live. The album consists of sixteen songs, including covers of Christmas standards and carols, as well as original music. Music critics identified several musical genres, such as pop punk and bubblegum pop, throughout the album. Several tracks from MTV: TRL Christmas had been featured on the artists' previous projects.

MTV: TRL Christmas received mainly mixed-to-negative reviews from critics, though they chose specific performers and songs as highlights. The album's track listing was a source of criticism. The album reached number 162 on the Billboard 200 chart and number 13 on the Holiday Album Sales Billboard chart. "Santa Baby (Gimme, Gimme, Gimme), performed by American singer Willa Ford, was released as the album's lead single and was promoted through an accompanying music video. Critical response to the single was mixed; some critics praised Ford's performances while others panned the focus on consumerism in the lyrics.

This recording reflects the Wikipedia text as of 01:17 UTC on Thursday, 11 October 2018.

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