Dark Sacred Night

David Bazan

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There is something that is underrepresented in Christmas music, and that’s just how uncomfortable the holidays can be for a lot of folks,” David Bazan says about his collection of holiday songs Dark Sacred Night. Back in 2002, David Dickenson of Suicide Squeeze Records approached Bazan and asked if he would be interested in doing a 7” of Christmas carols. The result was the “I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day” b/w “Oh Come, Oh Come Emmanuel” single released under Bazan’s Pedro the Lion moniker. He followed it up with “The First Noel” 7” in 2003 and “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” in 2005. Even after retiring the Pedro The Lion project, Bazan continued his run of Yuletide singles for Suicide Squeeze under his own name. These limited edition 7”s are all long out of print, but David Bazan and Suicide Squeeze have chosen ten of the fourteen tracks, remixed and remastered the material, and collected them on Dark Sacred Night. 

All I Want For Christmas
Happy Xmas (War is Over)
Away In A Manger
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
I Heard The Bells on Christmas Day
Jingle Bells
Silent Night
Long Way Around The Sea
O Little Town of Bethlehem
Wish My Kids Were Here

+ Immediate download of the entire album.

+ Limited edition second pressing of 2000 grey vinyl with white snow flakes
+ Limited edition first pressing of 2000 blue vinyl with white snow flakes
+ Mastered for vinyl from hi-res audio without digital limiting or compression
+ Full-color jacket designed by Jesse LeDoux

+ Full-color gatefold CD sleeve designed by Jesse LeDoux

You'll get a link on the confirmation page after check out to download a zip containing entire album and cover art. You'll also get an email with the download link and log-in info to access your downloads. This zip file can be unzipped and transferred to iTunes from your computer desktop. If you're downloading to a phone or iOS device (iPhone, iPad), you must have an app to unzip the file before you can transfer these to your music app. It's probably easier to download to a computer first then transfer to your phone or device. You'll have 3 tries to download your files.


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