I Love To Paint (1995) is a compilation of previously unreleased and rare music by Saint Etienne. It was made available only by mail order to members of the band's fan club. It is now a collectable and sought-after item, regularly selling for high prices second-hand. In 2008, it was reissued as the first disc of the Boxette compilation of fan club material.
"Flight to Tashkent" is an outtake from the So Tough sessions.
The version of "Sushi Rider" included on I Love to Paint is known to fans as "The Greener and Woodier Version", and is different from the version commercially released on the "Like a Motorway" 7" single.
"Deutscher Kendals" is an instrumental recorded in 1994. "Fife Coast" was recorded at the same session.
"Studio Kinda Filthy" originally appeared as the B-side on the "Filthy" promotional 12" single, July 1991.
Regarding "Schroeder," the CD liner notes explain, "From our Charlie Brown-obsessed period at the beginning of 1994, this is the twin brother of 'Highgate Road Incident,' the b-side of 'Pale Movie.'" Schroeder was the Beethoven-adoring piano player from the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz.