I bought this today (25th December) and every single song downloaded with no problems at all.
What I love is that it’s a mix of older Christmas classics and newer Christmas songs that have and will be classed as Christmas classics.
My daughter bought this album a while ago and I decided to buy it today. I don’t care that it doesn’t have this song or that song, I just care that the album songs sound good, the songs are festive and most importantly, that I like them.
If you don’t like all the songs, just make a “Christmas” playlist of your favourites.
It’s a great Christmas album and any age group will find songs that they love. If you don’t like this Christmas album, you are either deaf, daft or miserable. 😁
Merry Christmas. 🎅🏼🎁🎄
To anyone that has lost or is having problems finding their Christmas songs, or any songs, I have wrote instructions below that I hope will help you...
Finding *your* music that shows as “Purchased”
If you see this message/review and still have songs/albums missing ...
...Go to the ‘iTunes Store’ and scroll to the bottom of ‘iTunes Store’ page.
Sign into your Apple ID: … then scroll down and touch ‘Hidden Purchases’.
A page will open and show Recent Purchases...
Touch “Not on This iPad” (under Music-Films-TV Programmes)
Then touch ‘All Songs’ on the left side.
You should now see “Unhide all (*name of artist*) songs”
Now touch the ‘Cloud’ symbol to unhide and download all hidden songs or just download the songs that you want.
If you have touched the ‘Cloud’ symbol and it looks like it is downloading but doesn’t show in your music library, don’t worry... it will normally download a few days later.
The majority of the time your music will download and show in your music library straight away. 😀
If you still can’t find your ‘songs/albums’, then go through your ‘Purchase History’ (just Above ‘Hidden Purchases’) to see when you bought the ‘songs/albums’ and the purchase code. That way you can contact ‘Apple’ with the information that they need to help you.
The people that are complaining of theft and that the album they bought is changed slightly and then sold as a completely new album... It happens a lot and with all genres of music.
It is frustrating, but your frustration shouldn’t be directed at “Apple” but at the record companies that own the music, as it is the record companies that make those decisions.
I now backup my music. If you can’t back your music up, then just “remove” the songs so that you see the “cloud” by your songs. That way they take up a tiny amount of space and you can then download them when you need to, or for Christmas to listen to and enjoy.