This was a recording of SCP-1867 reading out the Clement Clarke Moore poem to see if SCP-2778's effect would manifest in unpublished and/or anomalous media.
This cross-reference is highly tacked on. It does nothing for Blackwood and any Foundation personnel can be used to perform the unpublished media.
Overall, this is a car that transforms CDs into a specific disc that does the transformation imperfectly. The references to blackboxed SCPs does nothing to great great effect, and are effectively meaningless within the article and in the big picture. Their presence just says "There are other anomalies tied to this, but for some reason, I do not want to specify." If the author does not care for it, why should readers insert random neutralised SCPs and grasp at those straws?
The test logs and main anomaly kinda require one to know the various music, which might work against some audiences who have not heard those songs and are unfamiliar with them. Therefore, it is likely they will not care too much for that aspect and the article mostly falls flat for them.
Thanks for the feedback. I guess the "twist" in this SCP is still too subtle (look at the first name of the car's owner and the fact that other SCPs deactivated upon his death). I think this one of those ideas that I can't really go further with. I might put it up later and just see what happens.