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Yes, there’s a real Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Christmas album, the one that Peter Parker jokes about in the opening scene. Sony officially released the A Very Spidey Christmas EP, an album with five holiday songs that are sung by the cast with a geeky twist on the classic Christmas tunes. You’ll hear “Joy to the World” is sung by Shameik Moore (Miles Morales), who complains about the cost of being a superhero, “Spidey-Bells (A Hero’s Lament), and a few more. Read more to stream previews for all of them.
If you’ve already seen the film, the last track on the album, “The Night Before Christmas 1967,” is read by Jorma Taccone, the actor who voices Spider-Man 1967 in the post-credit sequence. What could be better? If Sony actually makes a Spider-Man 1967 spinoff movie from Spider-Verse.
“Songs are available individually on Sony Pictures Animation’s YouTube channel for a quick dip. You can also find the full list on Spotify and Apple Music. Not everyone on the album has a future singing career, but I’m not here to single anyone out. It’s the holidays,” reports The Verge.