They Might Be Giants in Holidayland
|They Might Be Giants in Holidayland|
|EP by They Might Be Giants|
|Released||November 6, 2001|
|They Might Be Giants chronology|
|They Might Be Giants EP chronology|
|The Austin Chronicle||(average) link|
|The A.V. Club||(mixed) link|
|Entertainment Weekly||B link|
They Might Be Giants in Holidayland (or just Holidayland), was a holiday-themed EP released by the band They Might Be Giants in 2001 (see 2001 in music) under Restless Records. The recording consists of: "Santa Claus", a Sonics cover originally released on Emusic.com's TMBG Unlimited service; "Santa's Beard", first released on Lincoln and later Then: The Earlier Years; "Feast of Lights", also from TMBG Unlimited, and appearing on the compilation Festival of Lights 2; "Careless Santa", from Mono Puff's album Unsupervised; and "O Tannenbaum", from 1993's O Tannenbaum EP and, later, TMBG Unlimited.
The EP itself isn't a complete collection of holiday songs by the band, leaving out "Christmas Cards" (the original B-side of "O Tannenbaum") and the Dial-A-Song exclusive "We Just Go Nuts At Christmas Time."
- "Santa Claus" (G. Roslie) - 2:00
- "Santa's Beard" - 1:55
- "Feast of Lights" - 2:48
- "Careless Santa" (featuring Yuval Gabay) (J. Flansburgh) - 2:19
- "O Tannenbaum" (trad.) - 4:23
All songs written by They Might Be Giants unless noted.
- They Might Be Giants in Holidayland on This Might Be A Wiki
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