With holiday music blaring into the ears since before Thanksgiving, a business website has compiled a wide-ranging list of the greatest Christmas albums of all time.
The list of the 50 top albums was an undertaking by 24/7 Wall Street, which took overall sales, presence on Billboard charts and reviews into account.
Coming in at No. 10 is Mariah Carey's 1994 album Merry Christmas, featuring the classic, "All I Want for Christmas Is You." The song just reach a milestone as it cracked the Billboard Top 10 on the Hot 100 chart for the first time in 23 years.
No. 9 on the list goes all the way back to 1945's White Christmas by Bing Crosby.
Celine Dion holds the No. 8 spot with her 1998 holiday record, These Are Special Times.
Josh Groban holds the No. 7 spot on the list with his 2007 album, Noel, which features his take on Crosby's "White Christmas."
The sixth spot is Now That's What I Call Christmas, a compilation of Christmas favorites that include Tony Bennett’s "Winter Wonderland," and Frank Sinatra’s “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.”
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra nabbed the No. 5 spot with their 1996's Christmas Eve and Other Stories.
Kenny G and his sax playing skills earned him fourth place on the list with his 1994 album, Miracles: The Holiday Album.
He's followed by Nat King Cole's classic, The Christmas Song.
The King himself, Elvis Presley, comes in at second place with his 1957 LP, Elvis’ Christmas Album.
It may come as a surprise to many, but the Peanuts gang holds the top spot with A Charlie Brown Christmas, which was released in 1965 to coincide with the CBS Christmas special with the same title.