℗ 2019 Badams Music
Released November 15, 2019
Duration 15m 35s
Record Label Universal Music Enterprises
Genre Holiday
 

Christmas EP

Bryan Adams

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1.1
Joe And Mary
Bryan Adams; Gretchen Peters; Keith Scott
3:20
1.2
Must Be Santa
Bryan Adams
2:54
1.3
Christmas Time
Bryan Adams
4:06
1.4
Reggae Christmas
Bryan Adams
2:47
1.5
Merry Christmas
Bryan Adams
2:28
Bryan Adams is ready to get listeners into the holiday spirit this year, with his Christmas EP, released via Polydor Records. The festive 5-track release includes ‘Joe and Mary’, an original track from the Grammy-award winning singer-songwriter, as well as a new recording of the Christmas classic ‘Must Be Santa’, which was previously covered by Bob Dylan. These will be collected with three previously released holiday recordings including ‘Christmas Time’, ‘Reggae Christmas’ and ‘Merry Christmas’.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Universal Music Enterprises Studio Masters

Track 5 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.30
-0.30 to -0.30
-11.08
-11.55 to -10.67
8
6 to 9
1
Joe And Mary
-0.30-11.098
2
Must Be Santa
-0.30-11.338
3
Christmas Time
-0.30-10.676
4
Reggae Christmas
-0.30-11.559
5
Merry Christmas
-0.30-10.767

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