A Glimpse of Stocking

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A Glimpse of Stocking
Compilation album by Saint Etienne
Released November 26, 2010
Recorded 1993–2010
Genre Alternative rock
Label Foreign Office – 007
Saint Etienne chronology
London Conversations
A Glimpse of Stocking
Words and Music by Saint Etienne

A Glimpse of Stocking is a fan club only release by Saint Etienne. It includes every Christmas song recorded by the band and contains seven exclusive new songs.[1]

It was given a wider digital only release on November 14, 2011.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Gonna Have A Party"
  2. "21st Century Christmas"
  3. "Driving Home for Christmas" (Chris Rea)
  4. "Welcome Home"
  5. "Snowbound on the Southbank"
  6. "My Christmas Prayer" (Billy Fury)
  7. "I Don't Intend to Spend Christmas Without You" (Margo Guryan)
  8. "Come On Christmas"
  9. "Through The Winter"
  10. "I Was Born on Christmas Day"
  11. "Fireside Favourite"
  12. "No Cure for the Common Christmas"
  13. "Wintertime Love" (Jim Morrison, Robby Krieger, John Densmore, Ray Manzarek)
  14. "Unwrap Me"
  15. "Snow" (Randy Newman)

"Gonna Have A Party", "Welcome Home", "Snowbound on the Southbank", "Fireside Favourite", "No Cure for the Common Christmas", "Wintertime Love" and "Unwrap Me" are exclusive to this record.[3]


The record is limited to 3000 copies and comes in three different versions :[4]

  1. the standard 15-track version
  2. the standard 15-track version with a signed Christmas card
  3. the standard 15-track version with a signed Christmas card and a second disc containing an exclusive personalised track, including the purchaser's name in the lyrics.


  1. ^ "Saint Etienne: A Glimpse Of Stocking". Umusicemails.com. Retrieved 2012-02-18. 
  2. ^ "Saint Etienne: A Glimpse Of Stocking". 7digital.com. Retrieved 2012-12-11. 
  3. ^ "saint etienne's xmas emporium Tracklisting & Audio Samples". Xmas-shop.saintetienne.com. Retrieved 2012-02-18. 
  4. ^ "A Glimpse of Stocking". Xmas-shop.saintetienne.com. Retrieved 2012-02-18.