not as good as everyone says it is
terry wogans voice is terrible !!!
The One and only Must Buy This Christmas
Radio 2 Listeners cannot fail to be moved - neither will you - It's only 79p - Buy it NOW - Help a Child in Need this Christmas.
Togtastic pop pickers!
Hugely enjoyable, mate.
Buy this single!
Reasons to buy this:
1 A good song, worthy of being this years Xmas number one
2 Proceeds going to Children in Need, not Simon Cowells pocket
Poor "cover" of the original version by Dave Bowie and Bing Crosby!
It's not bad, but it's not good either. The previous version ( Bing and Dave ) was, and still is, a much better version. Not only that, but the video was brillient too. So, if you like the song "Little Drummer Boy", then get the best!!!
Please please please buy this song!
By Diva's Mum
What a fantastic Christmas song. Well done to everyone involved it's fantastic - let's have a proper Xmas number 1 for a change- whole family from 8 to 98 thinks this should be number 1 rather than X-Factor that was apparently won recently (never watched it so wouldn't know or care - but fed up of it being Number 1 at Xmas). I hope Simon Cowell has bought several copies of this record to atone for ths rubbish he forces upon us each year! Here's to Number 1!
Xmas Number One ..... Come On
Fed up of X Factor hijacking Christmas Number Ones year after year. Why not buy this quaint track and help bring back the tradition of a fun Christmas number one and give money to a good cause..
Stop X Factor Xmas Number 1 hijack please
Be good to have a Christmas song at number 1 - not sure this has got much chance but will only happen if we all buy it. Does it matter if Wogan is singing or not? It's a great cause and I like many others am fed up with the annual X factor hijack at Christmas with frankly sub-standard songs - and this year's is better than most.
Come on it's a great cause - reviews on the musicality of this piece might be missing the point a bit.
Little Drummer Boy
Lots of comments about Sir Tel's singing voice - well I'm not sure he'd be that worried. He only seems to be interested in making money for Children in Need. Anyway having just heard that x-factor version of Hallelujah - which sounds like a poor soul album filler - I'd rather have the novelty, happy Christmas Terry and Aled. Keep up the good work boys.
It's not great, but who cares?!?
Buy it and maybe even listen once to the slightly moronic singing. But hay it's better than listening to some X-Factor dross on the radio for the next month.
COME ON CHRISTMAS NUMBER ONE!