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C-3PO with R2-D2

C-3PO with R2-D2

C-3PO with R2-D2


Also see: C3PO & R2D2 Christmas in the Stars: Star Wars Christmas Album was an album produced originally in 1980 by the former RSO records. The album featured Star Wars themed Christmas songs, with members of the original cast of the first released Star Wars film, A New Hope. The album was produced by Meco Monardo ("Star Wars Theme/Cantina Band"), with Anthony Daniels voicing C3PO and Ben Burtt providing the sounds for R2D2 and Chewbacca. Christmas in the Stars was recorded in 1980, two years after The Star Wars Holiday Special aired. Read more on Last.fm
Also see: C3PO & R2D2 Christmas in the Stars: Star Wars Christmas Album was an album produced originally in 1980 by the former RSO records. The album featured Star Wars themed Christmas songs, with members of the original cast of the first released Star Wars film, A New Hope. The album was produced by Meco Monardo ("Star Wars Theme/Cantina Band"), with Anthony Daniels voicing C3PO and Ben Burtt providing the sounds for R2D2 and Chewbacca. Christmas in the Stars was recorded in 1980, two years after The Star Wars Holiday Special aired. Though they share the same themes, they have no connection other than the fact that they were both marketed in conjunction with the holiday season. LP and tape The complete album was released by RSO records on LP and cassette in November of 1980, to cash in on the increasingly popular Star Wars saga. Also in 1980, RSO released a 45 of "What Can You Get a Wookiee for Christmas" (credited to The Star Wars Intergalactic Droid Choir and Chorale) b/w "R2D2 We Wish You a Merry Christmas" with a picture sleeve.

In late 1983, a second 45 from the album was released by Polygram on the RSO label, "R2D2's Sleigh Ride" b/w "Christmas in the Stars", also with a picture sleeve. CD The album made its CD debut in 1994 as an unheralded budget-label release by JFC/Polygram Special Markets (catalog # 314 520 216-2), with all artwork and references to Star Wars (except for those in the song titles) removed from the packaging. The only credit on the package was "Meco," and it featured a generic cover photo of spacey looking Christmas boxes and decorations. It was released on CD again, with its original cover art restored, on October 15, 1996, this time by Rhino records, during the popularity of the Shadows of the Empire project. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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