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:: Add Your Link :: - How The Nerd Stole Christmas - Bear McCreary
Album Information
Album How The Nerd Stole Christmas
Artist Bear McCreary
Year 2010
Genre Soundtrack

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Bear McCreary
4:33 31

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A Christmas present for fans of video game score
By: LadyInque
Date: 21 Dec 2010
Bear McCreary wrote this score for an online video game review in December 2010. You can read all about the creation of the track on Bear’s blog, which, at this writing, also featured a free download of the track.

The music itself is a traditional (perhaps you might say “kitschy”) Christmas score, complete with quotes from The Nutcracker. In addition to the expected orchestral instruments, the music is made using various electronic samples and quotes from classic video games. Because I never really played those games, I confess the references are lost on me. But if you did, I’m sure you’ll enjoy hearing them here.

This is not groundbreaking score by any means. But it is cute, and Christmas-y, and a treat for those who have fond memories of 8-bit games.

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