Assistant engineers: Dom Morley, Rico Petrillo, Matt Paul, Rohan Onraet, Will Usher, Iain Gore, Gareth Cobb and Dario Dendi.
Track 2 contains sample from "It's All Over" by Walter Jackson (written by Curtis Mayfield).
Programming: Richard Robson except 'Keys to the World' Richard Robson and Chris Weston, however it is not clear to me whether Robson programmed every single track on the album thus I added it on release level.
Bruce White performed electric viola on track 1. (now as performed viola AR)
The London Metropolitan Orchestra (performed strings): David Juritz, Andrew Haveron, Martin Burgess, Ben Nabarro, Fenella Barton, Laura Mellhuish, Richard George, Matthew Ward, Helen Hathorn, Tom Kemp, Debbie Widdup, Rachel Roberts, Edward Vanderspar, Andy Brown, oel Hunter, Nick Cooper, Chris Vanderspar, Cathy Giles, Jonathan Tunnell, Chris Fish and Nick Holland.
"The Big Bang" painting by Sonny Ashcroft (could be Richard's son, he was however born on 2000 and would be 6 at the time of this album's release)
|▼ CD 1|
|1||Why Not Nothing?
|2||Music Is Power
|3||Break the Night With Colour
|4||Words Just Get in the Way
|5||Keys to the World
|6||Sweet Brother Malcolm
|7||Cry Til the Morning
|8||Why Do Lovers?
|10||World Keeps Turning