|1||Do They Know Its Christmas Time|
|2||Do They Know It's Christmas?|
|3||Do They Know It's Christmas - 1984 Version|
|4||Do They Know It's Christmas? - 1984 Version|
|5||Do They Know It's Christmas (1984 Version)|
|6||Do They Know It's Christmas? (12" mix)|
|7||Do they know it's Christmas time|
|8||Do They Know It's Christmas? (1984 original version)|
|9||Do They Know Its Christmas|
|10||Do They Know It’s Christmas|
|11||Do They Know It’s Christmas?|
|12||Do They Know It's Christmas|
|13||Do They Know It's Christmas? (1984 Version)|
|14||Do They Know It's Christmas? (live, 1985: Live Aid)|
|15||Do They Know It Christmas?|
|16||Do They Know It's Christmas? - (Performed at Live Aid, Wembley Stadium 1985)|
|17||Do They Know It's Christmas? - Live at Live Aid, Wembley Stadium, 13th July 1985|
Band Aid was a charity supergroup featuring British and Irish musicians and recording artists. It was founded in 1984 by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to raise money for famine relief in Ethiopia by releasing the song "Do They Know It's Christmas?" for the Christmas market that year. The single surpassed the hopes of the producers to become the Christmas number one on that release. Two subsequent re-recordings of the song to raise further money for charity also topped the charts. The original was produced by Midge Ure. The 12" version was mixed by Trevor Horn.
The name 'Band-Aid' was chosen as a pun on the name of a well known brand of adhesive bandage, also referring to musicians working as a band to provide aid and alluding to the fact that any help stemming from their efforts is likened to a band-aid on a very serious wound.
The group has formed on three occasions, each time from the most successful British and Irish pop music performers of the time, to record the same song at the same time of year.