1. Xmas Message - T.Rex
That Marc Bolan, being all cool and groovy. I don't know where this comes from originally, but would guess it's either a fan-club recording or something for the BBC.
2. Back Door Santa - Clarence Carter
Originally from Atlantic's 1968 Soul Christmas compilation and sampled by Run DMC, of course, on Christmas in Hollis.
3. Step Into Christmas - The Wedding Present
An Elton John song, remade in classic all-the-songs-sound-the-same Weddoes style. Released as the B-side to No Christmas in December 1992, completing the band's epic run of 12 single releases in 12 months.
4. Soulful Christmas - James Brown
One of the Godfather of Sole's liveliest Christmas tracks, presumably taken from 1968's A Soulful Christmas album, back when he released about seven LPs every week.
5. Greetings From Beverley's - Frank Cosmo