Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Futures and Pasts
2:38
2 Mother-Sister!
3:10
3 Rebellious Jukebox
3:01
4 Industrial Estate
1:47
5 Put Away
3:34
6 Mess of My
3:15
7 No Xmas for John Quays
4:14
8 Like to Blow
1:48
9 The Container Drivers
3:40
10 Jawbone and the Air-Rifle
3:25
11 New Puritan
7:14
12 New Face in Hell
5:05
13 Middle Mass
3:56
14 Lie Dream of a Casino Soul
2:44
15 Hip Priest
9:26
16 C'n'C - Hassle Schmuck
4:14
CD 2
# Title Rating Length
1 Deer Park
4:28
2 Look, Know
5:08
3 Winter
8:04
4 Who Makes the Nazis?
2:58
5 Smile
5:12
6 Garden
10:03
7 Hexen Definitive / Strife Knot
9:09
8 Eat Y'self Fitter
7:04
9 Pat-Trip Dispenser
4:10
10 2 X 4
4:17
11 Words of Expectation
9:16
12 C.R.E.E.P.
2:37
CD 3
# Title Rating Length
1 Cruiser's Creek
5:51
2 Couldn't Get Ahead
2:34
3 Spoilt Victorian Child
4:57
4 Gut of the Quantifier
4:45
5 L.A.
4:35
6 The Man Whose Head Expanded
5:16
7 What You Need
5:52
8 Faust Banana
5:08
9 Hot Aftershave Bop
3:12
10 R.O.D.
4:27
11 Gross Chapel - GB Grenadiers
6:23
12 U.S. 80's-90's
4:56
13 Athlete Cured
4:46
14 Australians in Europe
5:43
15 Twister
4:17
16 Guest Informant
4:09
CD 4
# Title Rating Length
1 Deadbeat Descendant
2:19
2 Cab It Up
4:43
3 Squid Lord
3:50
4 Kurious Oranj
5:58
5 Chicago Now
5:35
6 Black Monk Theme
4:08
7 Hilary
2:24
8 Whizz Bang
3:02
9 The War Against Intelligence
3:04
10 Idiot Joy Showland
3:48
11 A Lot of Wind
5:26
12 The Mixer
4:33
13 Free Range
4:07
14 Kimble
3:55
15 Immortality
4:28
16 Return
4:12
CD 5
# Title Rating Length
1 Ladybird (Green Grass)
4:05
2 Strychnine
2:55
3 Service
3:36
4 Paranoia Man in Cheap Shit Room
4:20
5 M5
3:10
6 Behind the Counter
4:05
7 Reckoning
3:42
8 Hey! Student
4:11
9 Glam Racket - Star
3:24
10 Jingle Bell Rock
1:10
11 Hark the Herald Angels Sing
3:11
12 Numb at the Lodge
3:03
13 He Pep!
4:17
14 Oleano
3:11
15 Chilinist
5:23
16 The City Never Sleeps
3:00
17 D.I.Y. Meat
2:34
18 Spinetrak
2:42
19 Spencer
3:34
20 Beatle Bones 'n' Smokin' Stones
3:40
CD 6
# Title Rating Length
1 Calendar
3:01
2 Touch Sensitive
3:37
3 Masquerade
6:34
4 Jungle Rock
6:24
5 Bound Soul One
3:51
6 Antidotes
4:59
7 Shake-Off
1:44
8 This Perfect Day
2:18
9 Theme From Sparta F.C.
3:55
10 Contraflow
4:06
11 Groovin' With Mr Bloe / Green-Eyed Loco Man
6:06
12 Mere Pseud Mag. Ed.
3:20
13 Clasp Hands
4:44
14 Blindness
6:29
15 What About Us
5:53
16 Wrong Place, Right Time / I Can Hear the Grass Grow
7:03
17 Job Search
4:20

Credits

CD 1

clarinet:
Dave Tucker (tracks 13–16)
bass guitar:
Martin Bramah (tracks 1–8)
Steve Hanley (tracks 9–16)
Marc Riley (tracks 5–8)
drums:
Karl Burns (tracks 1–8)
Paul Hanley (tracks 9–16)
guitar:
Martin Bramah (tracks 1–8)
Marc Riley (tracks 9–16)
Craig Scanlon (tracks 9–16)
keyboard:
Yvonne Pawlett (tracks 1–8)
background vocals:
Martin Bramah (tracks 1–8)
composer:
Una Baines (track 2)
Martin Bramah (tracks 1, 3–4)
Tony Friel (track 4)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 1–5, 7)
engineer:
Dave Dade (sound engineer) (tracks 5–8)
Martyn Parker (tracks 13–16)
Mike Robinson (engineer) (tracks 1–4)
Brian Tuck (tracks 5–8)
lyricist:
Mark E. Smith (track 14)
producer:
Dale Griffin (tracks 13–16)
Bob Sargeant (tracks 5–8)
John Sparrow (tracks 9–12)
Tony Wilson (BBC Producer) (tracks 1–4)
vocals:
Mark E. Smith (tracks 1–16)
writer:
Martin Bramah (tracks 6, 8)
The Fall (English post-punk group founded by Mark E. Smith) (track 10)
Paul Hanley (tracks 9, 14)
Steve Hanley (tracks 9, 11, 13, 15–16)
Eric McGann (track 6)
Marc Riley (tracks 9, 11–16)
Craig Scanlon (tracks 9, 11–16)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 6, 8–16)
recorded at:
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (1978-05-30) (tracks 1–4)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (1978-11-27) (tracks 5–8)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (1980-09-16) (tracks 9–12)
BBC Langham in London, England, United Kingdom (1981-03-24) (tracks 13–16)
live recording of:
Futures and Pasts (1978-06-15) (track 1)
Industrial Estate (1978-06-15) (track 4)
Mother-Sister! (1978-06-15) (track 2)
Rebellious Jukebox (1978-06-15) (track 3)
Like to Blow (1978-12-16) (track 8)
Mess of My (1978-12-16) (track 6)
No Xmas for John Quays (1978-12-16) (track 7)
Put Away (1978-12-16) (track 5)
Container Drivers (1980-09-24) (track 9)
Jawbone and the Air-Rifle (1980-09-24) (track 10)
New Face in Hell (1980-09-24) (track 12)
New Puritan (1980-09-24) (track 11)
C'n'C - Hassle Schmuck (1981-03-31) (track 16)
Hip Priest (1981-03-31) (track 15)
Lie Dream of a Casino Soul (1981-03-31) (track 14)
Middle Mass (1981-03-31) (track 13)

CD 2

bass guitar:
Steve Hanley (tracks 1–12)
drums:
Karl Burns (tracks 5–12)
Paul Hanley (tracks 1–12)
guitar:
Marc Riley (tracks 1–4)
Craig Scanlon (tracks 1–12)
Brix Smith (tracks 9–12)
composer:
Paul Hanley (track 12)
Steve Hanley (track 12)
Craig Scanlon (track 12)
Brix Smith (tracks 9–10, 12)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 9–10, 12)
engineer:
Martin Colley (tracks 9–12)
Dave Dade (sound engineer) (tracks 5–8)
Nick Gomm (tracks 1–4)
producer:
Dale Griffin (tracks 1–4)
John Porter (producer) (tracks 5–8)
Tony Wilson (BBC Producer) (tracks 9–12)
vocals:
Brix Smith (tracks 9–12)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 1–12)
writer:
Karl Burns (tracks 1–2, 5–7)
Paul Hanley (tracks 5–6)
Steve Hanley (tracks 2, 5–6, 8, 11)
Marc Riley (tracks 1–2)
Craig Scanlon (tracks 1, 3, 5–7, 11)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 1–8, 11)
recorded at:
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (1981-08-26) (tracks 1–4)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (1983-03-21) (tracks 5–8)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (1983-12-12) (tracks 9–12)
live recording of:
Deer Park (1981-09-15) (track 1)
Look, Know (1981-09-15) (track 2)
Who Makes the Nazis? (1981-09-15) (track 4)
Winter (Hostel-Maxi) (1981-09-15) (track 3)
2 by 4 (1983-03-23) (track 10)
CREEP (1983-03-23) (track 12)
Eat Y'self Fitter (1983-03-23) (track 8)
Garden (1983-03-23) (track 6)
Hexen Definitive / Strife Knot (1983-03-23) (track 7)
Smile (1983-03-23) (track 5)
Words of Expectation (1983-03-23) (track 11)
Pat-Trip Dispenser (1984-01-03) (track 9)

CD 3

bass guitar:
Steve Hanley (tracks 1–16)
drums:
Karl Burns (tracks 1–8)
Simon Wolstencroft (tracks 9–16)
guitar:
Simon Rogers (tracks 1–16)
Craig Scanlon (tracks 1–16)
Brix Smith (tracks 1–16)
keyboard:
Simon Rogers (tracks 1–16)
composer:
Steve Hanley (tracks 6, 9, 16)
Craig Scanlon (tracks 1, 6, 16)
Brix Smith (tracks 1–2, 5, 15)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 1–2, 5, 9, 13–16)
engineer:
Mike Engles (tracks 5–12)
Mike Walters (Engineer, BBC radio) (tracks 1–4)
lyricist:
Mark E. Smith (track 6)
producer:
Dale Griffin (tracks 5–12)
Mark Radcliffe (BBC radio presenter) (tracks 1–4)
vocals:
Brix Smith (tracks 1–16)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 1–16)
writer:
Karl Burns (track 4)
Steve Hanley (track 11)
Simon Rogers (tracks 3–4, 10)
Craig Scanlon (tracks 7–8, 10–11)
Brix Smith (tracks 4, 10, 12)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 3–4, 7–8, 10–12)
Simon Wolstencroft (track 10)
recorded at:
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 5 in London, England, United Kingdom (1985-05-14) (tracks 1–4)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 5 in London, England, United Kingdom (1985-09-29) (tracks 5–8)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 5 in London, England, United Kingdom (1986-06-29) (tracks 9–12)
[unknown] (1987-04-28) (tracks 13–16)
live recording of:
Couldn't Get Ahead (1985-06-03) (track 2)
Cruiser's Creek (1985-06-03) (track 1)
Gut of the Quantifier (1985-06-03) (track 4)
Spoilt Victorian Child (1985-06-03) (track 3)
Faust Banana (1985-10-07) (track 8)
L A (1985-10-07) (track 5)
The Man Whose Head Expanded (1985-10-07) (track 6)
What You Need (1985-10-07) (track 7)
Gross Chapel -- British Grenadiers (1986-07-09) (track 11)
Hot Aftershave Bop (1986-07-09) (track 9)
R.O.D. (1986-07-09) (track 10)
U.S. 80's-90's (1986-07-09) (track 12)
Athlete Cured (1987-05-11) (track 13)
Australians in Europe (1987-05-11) (track 14)
Guest Informant (1987-05-11) (track 16)
Twister (1987-05-11) (track 15)

CD 4

fiddle:
Kenny Brady (tracks 5–12)
bass guitar:
Steve Hanley (tracks 1–16)
drums:
Simon Wolstencroft (tracks 1–16)
guitar:
Martin Bramah (tracks 5–8)
Craig Scanlon (tracks 1–16)
Brix Smith (tracks 1–4)
keyboard:
Dave Bush (tracks 13–16)
Marcia Schofield (tracks 1–8)
composer:
Steve Hanley (track 4)
The Monks (Sixties US group, famed for early use of feedback) (track 6)
Brix Smith (track 1)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 1–2, 4–5, 7)
Simon Wolstencroft (track 4)
engineer:
Mike Robinson (engineer) (tracks 1–4, 9–12)
James Birtwistle (tracks 13–16)
Mike Engles (tracks 5–8, 13–16)
producer:
Dale Griffin (tracks 5–8, 13–16)
Mike Robinson (engineer) (tracks 1–4, 9–12)
vocals:
Brix Smith (tracks 1–4)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 1–16)
Marcia Schofield (tracks 1–8)
writer:
Steve Hanley (tracks 3, 8, 10, 16)
Craig Scanlon (tracks 3, 8–9, 12, 15)
Brix Smith (track 8)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 3, 9–13, 15–16)
Simon Wolstencroft (tracks 8, 13)
recorded at:
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (1988-10-25) (tracks 1–4)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 3 in London, England, United Kingdom (1989-12-17) (tracks 5–8)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 5 in London, England, United Kingdom (1991-03-05) (tracks 9–12)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 3 in London, England, United Kingdom (1992-01-19) (tracks 13–16)
live cover recording of:
Black Monk Theme (1990-01-01) (track 6)
Kimble (1992-02-15) (track 14)
live recording of:
Cab It Up! (1988-10-31) (track 2)
Dead Beat Descendant (1988-10-31) (track 1)
Kurious Oranj (1988-10-31) (track 4)
Squid Lord (1988-10-31) (track 3)
Chicago, Now! (1990-01-01) (track 5)
Hilary (1990-01-01) (track 7)
Whizz Bang (1990-01-01) (track 8)
A Lot of Wind (1991-03-23) (track 11)
Idiot Joy Showland (1991-03-23) (track 10)
The Mixer (1991-03-23) (track 12)
The War Against Intelligence (1991-03-23) (track 9)
Free Range (1992-02-15) (track 13)
Immortality (1992-02-15) (track 15)
Return (1992-02-15) (track 16)

CD 5

bass guitar:
Steve Hanley (tracks 1–20)
drums:
Karl Burns (tracks 9–20)
Simon Wolstencroft (tracks 1–20)
guitar:
Craig Scanlon (tracks 1–12)
Brix Smith (tracks 9–20)
keyboard:
Dave Bush (tracks 1–12)
Julia Nagle (tracks 13–20)
additional composer:
William H. Cummings (1855) (track 11)
additional lyricist:
George Whitefield (1753) (track 11)
arranger:
Mark E. Smith (track 11)
composer:
Lee Hazlewood (track 16)
Gerry Roslie (track 2)
Simon Spencer (track 19)
Don van Vliet (track 20)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 14, 19)
Felix Mendelssohn (1840) (track 11)
engineer:
James Birtwistle (tracks 1–4)
Paul Allen (BBC engineer) (tracks 9–12)
Adam Askew (tracks 13–16)
Paul Long (tracks 5–8)
Lisa Softley (tracks 17–20)
lyricist:
Gerry Roslie (track 2)
Charles Wesley (1739) (track 11)
producer:
James Birtwistle (tracks 9–12)
Nick Gomm (tracks 5–8, 13–16)
Mike Robinson (engineer) (tracks 1–4)
Ted de Bono (tracks 17–20)
vocals:
Lucy Rimmer (tracks 13–16)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 1–20)
writer:
Joe Beal (track 10)
Mike Bennett (UK producer/drum n bass artist) (track 15)
Jim Boothe (track 10)
Karl Burns (tracks 6, 15)
Dave Bush (tracks 1, 5)
Steve Hanley (tracks 1, 3, 7–9, 15)
Julia Nagle (track 15)
Craig Scanlon (tracks 1, 3–4, 7–9)
Brix Smith (tracks 12, 17–18)
Simon Wolstencroft (tracks 1, 5, 13, 15)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 1, 3–9, 12–13, 15, 17–18)
recorded at:
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (1993-02-28) (tracks 1–4)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (1993-12-02) (tracks 5–8)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 5 in London, England, United Kingdom (1993-12-02) (tracks 5–8)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (1994-11-20) (tracks 9–12)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (1995-12-07) (tracks 13–16)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (1996-06-30) (tracks 17–20)
arrangements:
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (arr. Wilcocks) (track 11)
Hark! the Herald Angels Sing (Sovereign Grace version) (track 11)
is the basis for:
later parody versions:
later translated versions:
Debespulks dzied apstarots (Latvian version of English "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing") (track 11)
新生王 (track 11)
later versions:
Hark the Herald Angels Sing (Bob Dylan arrangement) (track 11)
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (John Ferguson arrangement) (track 11)
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (Die Toten Hosen arrangement) (track 11)
live cover recording of:
Strychnine (1993-03-13) (track 2)
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (Christmas carol) (1994-12-17) (track 11)
Jingle Bell Rock (1994-12-17) (track 10)
The City Never Sleeps (1995-12-22) (track 16)
Beatle Bones 'n' Smokin' Stones (1996-08-18) (track 20)
live recording of:
Ladybird (Green Grass) (1993-03-13) (track 1)
Paranoia Man in Cheap Sh*t Room (1993-03-13) (track 4)
Service (1993-03-13) (track 3)
Behind the Counter (1994-01-12) (track 6)
Hey! Student (1994-01-12) (track 8)
M5 (1994-01-12) (track 5)
The Reckoning (1994-01-12) (track 7)
Glam-Racket (1994-12-17) (track 9)
Numb at the Lodge (1994-12-17) (track 12)
Chilinist (1995-12-22) (track 15)
He Pep! (1995-12-22) (track 13)
Oleano (1995-12-22) (track 14)
D.I.Y. Meat (1996-08-18) (track 17)
Spencer Must Die (1996-08-18) (track 19)
Spinetrak (1996-08-18) (track 18)
referred to in medleys:
Holiday Cheer (track 10)
Noëls pour cordes (track 11)

CD 6

bass guitar:
Steve Hanley (tracks 1–4)
Karen Leatham (tracks 5–8)
Steven Trafford (tracks 13–17)
Jim Watts (tracks 9–17)
drums:
Spencer Birtwistle (tracks 13–17)
Karl Burns (tracks 1–4)
Tom Head (tracks 5–8)
Dave Milner (tracks 9–12)
guitar:
Ed Blaney (tracks 13–17)
Julia Nagle (tracks 1–8)
Ben Pritchard (tracks 9–17)
Jim Watts (tracks 13–17)
Neville Wilding (tracks 5–8)
keyboard:
Karen Leatham (tracks 5–8)
Julia Nagle (tracks 1–8)
Elena Poulou (tracks 9–17)
background vocals:
Elena Poulou (tracks 9–12)
Ben Pritchard (tracks 9–12)
Jim Watts (tracks 9–12)
Dave Milner (tracks 9–12)
John Rolleson (tracks 1–4)
composer:
Chris Bailey (Irish punk vocalist, member of The Saints) (track 8)
Tom Head (track 7)
Steve Hitchcock (tracks 2, 7)
Karen Leatham (track 7)
Hank Mizell (track 4)
Julia Nagle (tracks 2–3, 6)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 2–3, 5–7, 16)
Wilson Brothers (track 5)
Roy Wood (track 16)
Ed Kuepper (track 8)
engineer:
Nick Fountain (tracks 13–17)
Kevin Rumble (tracks 5–8)
Nick Scripps (tracks 1–4)
Mike Walters (Engineer, BBC radio) (tracks 9–12)
lyricist:
Chris Bailey (Irish punk vocalist, member of The Saints) (track 8)
Roy Wood (track 16)
Ed Kuepper (track 8)
producer:
Mike Engles (tracks 5–8)
Louise Kattenhorn (tracks 9–12)
Mike Robinson (engineer) (tracks 1–4)
Jerry Smith (UK engineer) (tracks 13–17)
vocals:
Ed Blaney (tracks 13–17)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 1–17)
writer:
Spencer Birtwistle (track 14)
Bernard Cochrane (track 11)
Bo Gentry (track 11)
Damon Gough (track 1)
Kenny Laguna (track 11)
Paul Dennis Naumann (track 11)
Elena Poulou (track 15)
Ben Pritchard (track 9)
Mark E. Smith (tracks 1, 9–15, 17)
Steven Trafford (track 13)
Jim Watts (tracks 9, 11)
Dave Milner (track 10)
recorded at:
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (1998-02-03) (tracks 1–4)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 3 in London, England, United Kingdom (1998-10-18) (tracks 5–8)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (2003-02-19) (tracks 9–12)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (2004-08-04) (tracks 13–17)
is the basis for:
En djungelrock (track 4)
live cover recording of:
Jungle Rock (1998-03-03) (track 4)
This Perfect Day (1998-11-04) (track 8)
live recording of:
Green-Eyed Loco Man (track 11)
Calendar (1998-03-03) (track 1)
Masquerade (1998-03-03) (track 3)
Touch Sensitive (1998-03-03) (track 2)
Anecdotes + Antidotes in B# (1998-11-04) (track 6)
Bound (1998-11-04) (track 5)
Shake-Off (1998-11-04) (track 7)
Contraflow (2003-03-13) (track 10)
Mere Pseud Mag. Ed. (2003-03-13) (track 12)
Theme From Sparta F.C. #2 (2003-03-13) (track 9)
Blindness (2004-08-12) (track 14)
Clasp Hands (2004-08-12) (track 13)
What About Us (2004-08-12) (track 15)
Job Search (2004-08-31) (track 17)