Newsweek: The Battle Of The Diva Christmas Cds

Newsweek: The battle of the diva Christmas CDs

Amid the deluge of holiday music that comes in November and December, Mariah Carey’s Merry Christmas II You and Susan Boyle’s The Gift are poised to make all those other seasonal crooners sound like off-key carolers.

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