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Music Video: Wizards In Winter

Artisit: Trans-Siberian Orchestra

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:04

  • Copyright: Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Music Video For Wizards In Winter By Artist Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Reviews For Wizards In Winter By Artist Trans-Siberian Orchestra

  • AWESOME!!!

    By Sundaytix
    Love This!!
  • Extremely Good

    By Texas Mason 1
    Should be Christmas Video of the year
  • Trans

    So cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Something I'd do

    By Fleebite99
    Lol I'd do the same if I had that much money and as many lights

    definetly should every year do like a different song until you complete the concert!
  • Amazing video

    By Just loves music
    I love this video, even watching it when it's not Christmas time. The song is great...the instruments all blend very nicely, and you can just feel the passion of the instruments. As for the lights...that's icing on the cake. It really is amazing, I'd love to see a video on how this video was made...how they timed everything so perfectly...Buy this video, you'll get your money's worth! Very entertaining:~)
  • my review

    By lexuskirby
    when i first saw it was in school and i said "i thought lilwayne was good and he is but this is awsome"
  • awesome but...

    By Fluffy Golden
    I would HATE to be the neighbors of that house, especially if i had epilepsy(spelling?).
  • I love this!!

    By docrankin
    This is totally awesome! Buy it for your iPod!
  • wow

    By GLEEK!212
    that house is SICK!!!!!!! totally coolio man

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