|MCSTD 2036||The Peaches||Christmas Wrapping (CD, Single)||MCA Records||MCSTD 2036||UK||1994|
|MCSC 2036||The Peaches||Christmas Wrapping (Cass, Single)||MCA Records||MCSC 2036||UK||1994|
|Mcs 2036||The Peaches||Christmas Wrapping (7", Single)||MCA Records||Mcs 2036||UK||1994|
Christmas Wrapping" is a Christmas song by the American new wave band the Waitresses. It was first released on the 1981 compilation album A Christmas Record on ZE Records, and also appears on the Waitresses' 1982 EP I Could Rule the World If I Could Only Get the Parts and numerous Christmas holiday compilation albums. It was written and produced by Chris Butler, with vocals by Patty Donahue.
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The Peaches Christmas Wrapping. 1,994 single charting at in the UK in December 1,994. A cover version of a track by The Waitresses. Official music video HQ 90s 90's merry Xmas but I think I'll miss this one this year.
The title is a play on "Christmas Rappin'," a 1979 song by Kurtis Blow that was the first rap song released on a major label. In 1981, rap music was just starting to enter the mainstream, and The Waitresses used a spoken style that could be considered rapping. Over the next few years, however, the song died out in America. The turnaround came in 1987 when the A Very Special Christmas album was released, opening the market for edgy Christmas songs by contemporary artists. As radio programmers filled their holiday playlists with tracks from the album like "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" by John Mellencamp and "Christmas in Hollis" by Run-D. they looked for other songs with a similar feel, and plugged in "Christmas Wrapping.
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Christmas Wrapping Lyrics. Last year, ski shop Encounter, most interesting Had his number but never the time Most of '81 passed along those lines. So deck those halls, trim those trees Raise up cups of Christmas cheer I just need to catch my breath Christmas by myself this year.