This Christmas, Microsoft is certainly bringing the Yuletide spirit with a myriad of geeky holiday music. The Microsoft properties-inspired spoof album comes with song parodies like “Joy to the word”, “Deck the Halls with 90s Clip Art”, “Bing-le Bells” and “Windows Wonderland” to mention only a few. The Microsoft team has basked in the spirit of the Yuletide season with the spoof album “Microsoft Holiday Hits” a 4 CD project including “60 festive favorites”.
Reply All Records presents: Microsoft Holiday Hits. The great selection of holiday songs EVER assembled. 🔈📺 pic.twitter.com/Ml0lIqGeEt
— Microsoft (@Microsoft) December 11, 2020
Even though the spoof won’t be hosting as many tracks as it claims to, Microsoft did however take it to the recording studio. One of Microsoft’s official Tweets features snippets of the parody songs like “Joy to the Word / Spellcheck is done / It fixed all of my stuff” and “Please Mute Ye Merry Gentlemen / You’re talking far too loud / We’re trying to have a meeting / You’re yelling in a crowd” as well as or “Bingle Bells, Bingle Bells / Bing goes all the way / Oh what fun it is to surf the World Wide Web today, hey.” The spoof was described by Microsoft as being “the great[est] selection of holiday songs EVER assembled,” produced by the music label Reply All Records. The tracks are a part of a video inspired by the cringe-worthy 90’s TV infomercials constructed via winter style stock photos with a comedic call-to-action.
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