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Xmas 93

"Xmas 93"
Single by Saint Etienne
A-side "I Was Born on Christmas Day"
B-side "My Christmas Prayer"
Released 6 December 1993
Format 7", 12", CD
Genre Indie Pop
Label Heavenly Records - HVN36
Writer(s) Stanley/Wiggs
Saint Etienne singles chronology

"Hobart Paving"
(1993)
"Xmas 93"
(1993)
"Pale Movie"
(1994)

Xmas 93 is a Christmas-themed single released by Saint Etienne. Released by Heavenly Records in December 1993, the lead track "I Was Born On Christmas Day" features guest vocals from The Charlatans singer Tim Burgess.

The song's title is a nod to band member Bob Stanley who was born on 25 December 1964.

The main b-side, "My Christmas Prayer" is a cover of the Billy Fury original. The two bonus b-sides, "Snowplough" and "Peterloo" are both instrumentals.

Tracklisting

7": Heavenly / HVN 36

No. Title Length
1. "I Was Born On Christmas Day"   3:14
2. "My Christmas Prayer"   3:28
  • also released on MC (HVNC36)

12": Heavenly / HVN 36 12

No. Title Length
1. "I Was Born On Christmas Day"   3:14
2. "My Christmas Prayer"   3:28
3. "Snowplough"   3:43
4. "Peterloo"   4:27
  • also released on CD (HVN36CD)
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