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Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Gets Its Own Christmas Album

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It's the most wonderful time of the year, and the only better way to celebrate the holiday frame than with sugar cookies, gingerbread houses, buttered rum, and several rounds of speed-wrapping presents is with Christmas tunes. If you're anything like us, the holly-jolly season also warrants trips to the theater to catch the latest and greatest film offerings. 

Sony Classical and Sony Pictures Animation must fancy themselves a modern-day Santa Claus, as the companies have mashed up festive music with the web-flinging movie currently dominating the box office by releasing a brand-new Christmas album for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Per Film Music Reporter, the extra-special Into the Spider-Verse soundtrack EP is officially titled A Very Spidey Christmas (because of course it is) and features the Christmas tracks that were recorded for the animated film

The tunes include the one sung by Chris Pine, "Spidey-Bells (A Hero's Lament)," that viewers heard at the end of Into the Spider-Verse, as well as "Joy to the World (That I Just Saved)" performed by Miles Morales voice actor Shameik Moore and "Deck the Halls" sung by alternate-universe Peter Parker voice actor Jake Johnson. There's also a spoken word track performed by Jorma Taccone, who voices Norman Osborn (a.k.a. the Green Goblin) in Into the Spider-Verse. Sony's got something for everyone on this soundtrack!

Take a look at the full track list below, and listen to "Spidey-Bells" in the video above. 

1. "Joy to the World (That I Just Saved)" – Shameik Moore (1:40)

2. "Spidey-Bells (A Hero's Lament)" – Chris Pine (2:41)

3. "Deck the Halls" – Jake Johnson (2:05)

4. "Up on the House Top" – Chris Pine (1:45)

5. "The Night Before Christmas 1967 (Spoken Word)" – Jorma Taccone (2:45)

While A Very Spidey Christmas is relatively short and doesn't include every Christmas track teased for the film (we spotted "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like a Non-Denominational Holiday," "Spidey, It's Cold Outside," "Silent Night (You're Welcome)," and "Swingin' Around the Mistletoe" in pre-release promo footage), but the tunes it does feature are merry and bright. And pretty hilarious, too. Let these lyrical selections from "Spidey-Bells" speak for themselves: "Oh, Spidey Bells, might be swell / To do more than fight crime / I got a lotta qualities that don't get much airtime / I can sing, I can dance / I tell jokes, I act / I get big, big... big deal, my agent call me back."

The best news of all? A Very Spidey Christmas is available for digital download right this very minute. Those eager to get their Spidey song-and-dance on can do so today, December 21. Fans interested in the other, non-festive tracks featured in Into the Spider-Verse can pick up the Republic Records-released soundtrack — which features songs like "Sunflower" by Post Malone and Swae Lee, "What's Up Danger" by Blackway and Black Caviar, "Start A Riot" by DUCKWRTH and Shaboozey, and "Way Up" by Jaden Smith — as well as the official score composed by Daniel Pemberton, both out now. 

From directors Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is still swinging strong in theaters.