Discography: Records that Saint Thomas has released. This also includes demoes that have been put on CD-R and distributed to friends or sold at concerts, so if you see an album listed here that you have never seen for sale in a store it is most likely because it has never been available for commercial sale.
boondoggle - 1
1. Corner Man
2. Emily Lang
3. Star Spangled Eyes
4. Self Revelation
5. The Eye And The Inside
7. Strangers Out Of Blue
8. Young Of The Dark
9. Be Cool Be Nice
10. Halo Of The Sun
11. The Sunday Feeling
12. King Of Nothing
13. Empty Page
14. Raven On The Sun
15. Mysterious Song
16. Out By The Lucas
17. The Chase
Notes: A demo by Thomas' first band, Emily Lang, recorded under the name boondoggle in March and April 1999. Only available on CD-R. All songs written by Thomas Hansen, except track "Halo Of The Sun," "King Of Nothing," "Empty Page" and "Raven On The Sun" written by Benjamin Rokseth. "Corner Man," "Emily Lang" and "Strangers Out Of Blue" have been re-recorded by St. Thomas and are available on "I'm Coming Home," the two first renamed "Cornerman" and "Goodbye Emily Lang."
Lonely Scabdogg - Mysterious Walks
1. Untitled #2
2. The Charity Ego
3. Into The Forest
4. Mysterious Walks
5. Letter From Marit
7. Untitled #1
8. I'm Crying Now
9. Spanish Fly
10. Theme Of A Lonely Scabdogg
Notes: Demo by Thomas Hansen recorded when he was going by the name Lonely Scabdogg. Only available on CD-R, though Thomas made a cover for it to sell it himself. "The Charity Ego," "Into The Forest," "Mysterious Walks" and "Letter From Marit" have been re-recorded by St. Thomas and are available on the "Mysterious Walks" album, the latter as "Lullaby From A Wannabe Popstar." "Into The Forest" is available on "I'm Coming Home" in another version.
2. Failure #1
3. Surfer's Morning
4. What Have I Done
5. Failure #2
7. A Nice Bottle Of Wine
8. Finalize #2
10. Morning Sundowner
Notes: St. Thomas demo on CD-R in a limited edition of ten copies. These were sent out to specially-picked people, including Claes at Racing Junior and Filip at Krank Records. Four songs from this demo were put on a seven inch EP called "Songs" released by Krank Records: "Failure #2", "Surfer's Morning," "The Charity Ego" and "What Have I Done."
7 inch EP, 1999, Krank Records, kra021
7 inch EP, 2002, Krank Diskoz, krd005
1. Failure #2
2. Surfer's Morning
3. The Charity Ego
4. What Have I Done
Notes: Released on a small Norwegian bedroom label as a limited edition of two hundred copies. Was re-released in another limited edition of two hundred copies on June 10th 2002, though the label had changed its name.
CD-R, 1999, Darjeeling Sounds, DJLGCDL P005
2. Morning Sundowner
4. A Nice Bottle Of Wine
5. What Have I Done
6. Finalize #2
7. Surfer's Morning
9. I'm Coming Home
10. Failure #2
11. Into The Forest
12. Failure #1
13. Mysterious Walks
14. Letter From Marit
Notes: Released on CD-R on a French bedroom label. Available in jewel case and in paper cover. Limited edition of about 100. Thomas sold about 30 copies himself in Norway, the rest were sold in France. "I'm Coming Home" [#1] and "What Have I Done" also available on "Mysterious Walks," in addition to different versions of "Surfer's Morning," "Failure #2", "Into The Forest" and "Letter From Marit" re-titled "Lullaby From A Wannabe Popstar." Re-recorded versions of "Bookstore," "A Nice Bottle Of Wine" and "Into The Forest" are available on "I'm Coming Home." Features Robert Jønnum as Marcel. Some of these tracks are also available on the "Songs" CD-R and the "Mysterious Walks" CD-R by Lonely Scabdogg.
V/A - by:Larm 00 Bergen
3CD, 2000, ?, no catalogue number
1. Corner Man [Emily Lang]
Notes: Cornerman is spelled differently. By Emily Lang, Thomas' first band. Taken from a demo recorded by Robert Jönnum.
CD, 2000, Racing Junior, RJ006CD
1. Born Again
2. Mysterious Walks
3. Failure #2
5. What Have I Done
6. Walk With Me
7. The Charity Ego
8. The Proud St. Thomas
9. I'm Coming Home
10. Surfer's Morning
11. Lullaby From A Wannabe Popstar
12. My Early Funeral
+ Cowboy, Cowgirl - Moviestar, Moviestar
Notes: All songs written by Thomas Hansen. Mixed by Thomas Hansen and Robert Jønnum. Mastered by Ingar Hunskaar at Strype Audio. Cover by Andreas Tellefsen. The album is a collection of Thomas' old demoes, recorded between summer 1999 and May 2000. Everything on the album is played by and recorded by Thomas in his own bedroom, except for "Mysterious Walks," "Failure #2", "Invitation," "The Charity Ego," "I'm Coming Home," "Surfer's Morning" and "Lullaby From A Wannebe Popstar," which feature Robert Jønnum and "Invitation" which features Andreas Knudsen and Espen Mellingen on percussion. "Invitation," "Mysterious Walks," "Failure #2" and "Surfer's Morning" were recorded in Jønnum's bedroom in Bergen.
St. Thomas vs. Ai Phoenix
7 inch, 2000, Racing Junior, RJ008
1. This Is Close [Ai Pohenix]
2. If You Ever Saw Her Name [Ai Phoenix]
4. Mysterious Walks
Notes: St. Thomas and Ai Phoenix split seven inch release. Each side features two songs from each band. The two St. Thomas tracks are taken from the "Mysterious Walks" album. Released March 2nd 2001 as a limited edition.
CD-R, 2000, Racing Junior, ?, promo only
Notes: Official promo with proper cover on CD-R from Racing Junior, released at the same time as "St. Thomas vs. Ai Phoenix" split seven inch probably for promotional use in the UK.
The Cornerman EP
CDEP, 2001, Racing Junior, RJ009
2. Goodbye Emily Lang
3. With The Feather
Notes: Played by St. Thomas and the Bjørkhaug 49'ers, Robert 'one ear' Jønnum, Bosse, Espen Mellingen, Eivind Schou, Vegard Andreassen and Guro Strande. Recorded at Bjørkhaug 49 outside Bergen between April 2nd and 9th 2001. Recorded, mixed and produced by Robert 'one ear' Jønnum. Mastered by Ingar Hunskaar at Strype Audio.
All songs written by St. Thomas, except for "Sailor," a cover version of a song from Ai Phoenix' first album, "Film." Two first tracks also available on the album "I'm Coming Home." Released in Norway in June 2001. Available in two different versions, one with a transparent inlay and print on the other side of the cover on the back, and one with a normal black inlay and without print, with the text on the cover on the back being yellowish.
V/A - Norway Now
CD, 2001, Music Export Norway, ?, promo only
Notes: Music Export Norway distributed a seventeen-track CD of Norwegian artists, including St. Thomas, at the Popkomm gathering in Cologne, Germany in August 2001.
I'm Coming Home
CD, 2001, Racing Junior, RJCD010
LP, 2001, Racing Junior, RJLP010
CD, 2002, City Slang, 07243 811520 2 7
CD, 2002, Misra Records, MSR013
1. The Cool Song
2. Take A Dance With Me
3. Goodbye Emily Lang
4. Oh I have Left The Ground
5. Strangers Out Of Blue
6. A Nice Bottle Of Wine
8. She Married A Cowboy
9. Failure #1
11. Into The Forest
12. I'm Coming Home #2
+ I'm Coming Home #2
Notes: All songs written by St. Thomas. Played by St. Thomas and the Bjørkhaug 49'ers. The Bjørkhaug 49'ers are: Robert 'one ear' Jønnum, Bosse, Espen Mellingen, Eivind Schou, Vegard Andreassen and Guro Strande. Recorded at Bjørkhaug 49 outside Bergen between April 2nd and 9th 2001. Recorded, mixed and produced by the golden fingers of Robert 'one ear' Jønnum. Mastered by Ingar Hunskaar at Strype Audio. St. Thomas portrait by Jens Hesselberg. Cover by Geir Kampen, Jostein Gulli, Hege Berg and Alexander Fjelldal.
Bonus track is a slightly different version of "I'm Coming Home #2". Released in Norway on August 28th 2001, European release February 4th 2002.
V/A - Sonic
CD, 2001, ?, ?
Notes: The free CD that comes with the November issue of Swedish music magazine Sonic supposedly features a St. Thomas track.
V/A - Uncut
CD, 2002, ?, ?
Notes: The free CD that comes with the February or March issue of the English music magazine Uncut features a St. Thomas track.
V/A - :Larm | 5 År
CD, 2002, Virgin Records Norway, ?
2CD, 2002, Virgin Records Norway, 7243 812297 2
Notes: by:Larm sampler, features studio tracks from artists who have participated at the music fair in its first five years of existence.
V/A - Labels Vision
DVD, 2002, Labels, 7243 4 92826 9 8
Notes: Free sampler DVD that was included with "I'm Coming Home" and twenty-two other albums sold in France, Germany, Italy, Belgium and The Netherlands between April 22nd and May 31st. Includes "Cornerman" video.
V/A - This Is Norway
CD, 2002, Rec 90, RID 050
Notes: Norwegian release April 22nd 2002, European release May 17th 2002.
V/A - Total Lee - The Songs Of Lee Hazlewood
CD, 2002, City Slang, 20195-2 / Virgin, 812 464 2
2LP, 2002, City Slang, ? / Virgin, ?
7. The Railroad
Notes: Lee Hazlewood tribute album scheduled for release on June 3rd.
1. Joik For Kurt
2. A Long, Long Time
3. Falling Down
4. New Apartment
5. Cowboy, Cowgirl - Moviestar, Moviestar
6. Ev'rything Was Up For A Romance
7. Heroes Making Dinner
8. 45 Seconds
9. The Red Book
10. Sunny Day
11. Something Happened
12. Song #4
14. Sugarmilk Coffe In A Berliner Café
15. With The Feather
16. Be Cool, Be Nice
17. Strengthen Your Bow
18. People In The Forest
21. Like A Big Time
22. If You're Going Away
25. The Cool Song
26. Sunny Day
27. Be Cool, Be Nice
Notes: Demo in a limited edition of about thirty copies on CD-R with a hand-made cover by Thomas. This was made for Mark Nevers and the people involved with the recordings in Nashville to have something to work with before the recordings. "With The Feather" is a live recording from Oslo, Norway on April 25th 2002, tracks 23 to 27 are live recordings from the Roskilde, Denmark on June 28th 2002. The rest of the songs were recorded by Thomas and friends in Oslo in June with Robert Jønnum producing, or by Thomas on his digital eight-track at his Berlin apartment during Spring 2002. Dedicated to Kurt Wagner.
V/A - Racing Junior Sampler
CD, 2002, Racing Junior, RJ 017
4. The Charity Ego
Notes: Released August 2002.
V/A - Both Sides Now: The Spirit Of Americana
2CD, 2002, Gravity Records, 74321 966342
10. Oh I Have Left The Ground
Notes: A 2CD album 'compiled from an area of music that embraces many kinds of popular music without centralising on any particular format or style' released in December 2002. The St. Thomas track is on the second CD.
A Long Long Time EP
CDEP, 2003, Racing Junior, RJ 018
1. A Long long Time
2. Sugarmilk Coffee
4. Something Happened
Notes: Released in Norway on January 20th 2003.
CD, 2003, Racing Junior, RJ 020-PROMO, promo only
2CD, 2003, Racing Junior, RJCDX020
CD, 2003, Racing Junior, RJ 020
CD, 2003, City Slang, 583417 2
LP, 2003, Racing Junior, RJLP020
1. A Long long Time
2. 45 Seconds
3. Everything Was Up For A Romance
4. Heroes Making Dinner
5. Be Cool Be Nice
6. Like A Big Time
7. Strengthen Your Bow
8. Falling Down
9. New Apartment
10. People In The Forest
11. Cowboy, Cowgirl - Moviestar, Moviestar
+ Waiting For Dave Cloud
Notes: Released in Norway and Sweden on March 17th 2003. A limited edition of 3.000 copies comes with a bonus DVD featuring the music videos for "Cornerman," "Take A Dance With Me" and "A Long Long Time." Released in Europe through City Slang on May 12th 2003. Scheduled for release in Australia in May 2003. Vinyl version released in a limited edition of 300 numbered copies on May 10th 2003.
Live In Europe
CD, 2003, St Thomas Records
1. Strangers Out Of Blue
2. I'm Coming Home
3. Mysterious Walks
4. Goodbye Emily Lang
6. The Cool Song
7. A Long Long Time
9. Cowboy, Cowgirl - Moviestar, Moviestar
10. With The Feather
11. Don't Believe In A Mushroom
Notes: Live CD to be sold in a limited edition of 1.000 copies on St. Thomas' Spring 2003 tour. First ten songs recorded live in Europe 2002 and 2003, last track is a bonus track of a previously unreleased cover of Ring's "Don't Believe In A Mushroom," recorded during the "Hey Harmony" sessions in Nashville, America in Autumn 2002.
V/A - The Original Schaufensterkonzert Series Vol. 1
CD, 2003, Michelle Records, sampler only
Notes: Recorded live at Michelle Records in Hamburg, Germany on March 14th 2002. For sale only through Michelle Records.
Winter Sprinter EP
7 inch, 2004, Racing Junior, RJS026
1. Winter Sprinter
2. The German Road
3. Hold It On
4. Run & Dribble
Notes: Released in a limited edition of 1.000 copies to co-incide with the release of St. Thomas' fourth album, "Let's Grow Together - The Comeback Of St. Thomas" in early January 2004. All songs are demoes recorded by Thomas at his home. Cover by Robert Jønnum.
Let's Grow Together - The Comeback Of St. Thomas
CD, 2004, Racing Junior, RJCD024
LP, 2004, Racing Junior, RJLP024
CD, 2004, Track & Field, Heat 26 CDLP
1. Sunny Day
2. You May Find A Treasure Everywhere
3. Paris, Texas
4. Like You Know
5. Come My Way
6. Silence Break Your Heart
7. Dance To The Disco
8. Cool Yellow Flowershirt
9. Waltzing Around Insane
10. An Artist With A Brilliant Disguise
11. Daily Song
12. Let's Grow Together
13. The Red Book
+ But Wishing Is Enough
Notes: Released in Norway on January 12th 2004. A limited edition of 2.000 copies come with the bonus DVD "On Tour With St. Thomas" featuring a documentary and four music videos, all filmed and edited by Thomas himself. Release in Britain through Track & Field on 26th April 2004, most likely released around the same time in Germany, Austria and Switzerland through Trocadero Records. Scheduled for release in America Autumn 2004. Cover drawn by Thomas himself.
On The Road With St. Thomas
DVD, 2004, Racing Junior, RJDVD025
1. On The Road With St. Thomas
2. Paris, Texas
3. Sunny Day
4. Come My Way
5. An Artist With A Brilliant Disguise
Notes: Only available in a limited edition of 2.000 in a special package of "Let's Grow Together - The Comeback Of St. Thomas." "On The Road With St. Thomas" is a documentary from St. Thomas' European tour in Autumn 2003, filmed and edited by Thomas himself. The first three music videos are part of Norway's first ever trilogy music videos, filmed by Thomas and friends during a weekend outside of Oslo, and edited by Thomas. The last video was filmed with Thomas and friends in Oslo and edited by Thomas himself.
Notes: Released June 13th 2005 in a limited edition of 700 copies, plus 300 promotional copies, and only available in Norway. The three non-album tracks later also available on the German version of the "Children Of The New Brigade" album. All songs by Thomas Hansen. Recorded, produced and mixed by Kai Andersen at Athletic Sound in Halden, Norway. Instruments and vocals by Thomas, Alexander Lindbäck, Petter Pogo, Espen Mellingen, David-Ivar Herman Düne and Néman Herman Düne. Mastered by Audun at Strype Audio. Cover by Mike King. First release using Saint Thomas as artist name.
Notes: Released August 22nd 2005. All songs by Thomas Hansen, except "Sheer Wonder" by David-Ivar Herman Düne and "Like The Byrds" by Thomas Hansen and Alexander Lindbäck. Recorded, produced and mixed by Kai Andersen at Athletic Sound in Halden, Norway. Instruments and vocals by Thomas, Alexander Lindbäck, Petter Pogo, Espen Mellingen, David-Ivar Herman Düne, André Herman Düne and Néman Herman Düne. Mastered by Audun at Strype Audio. Photos by Ellen Lorenzen, cover by Mike King.
Notes: German version of the album, which includes the three songs from "Morning Dancer EP" that were previously not available outside of Norway, in addition to a music video for "Morning Dancer." Released in Germany August 29th 2005.
Thanks to Thomas Hansen for most of the info. You can also find out much about some of these albums by buying them and looking at the nice covers.