Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Is Vic There?
Department S 3:07
2 Papa's Got a Brand New Pigbag
Pigbag 3:41
3 I Don't Want to Live With Monkeys
The Higsons 2:04
4 D-Days
Hazel O’Connor 3:11
5 I Want to Be Free
Toyah 5 3:10
6 It’s My Party
Dave Stewart & Barbara Gaskin 4 3:49
7 Attention Stockholm
Virna Lindt 3:52
8 We Could Send Letters
Aztec Camera 5:47
9 Click Talk
Young Marble Giants 2:43
10 Big Brown Eyes
The dB’s 1:59
11 Hungry So Angry
Medium Medium 3:58
12 Fatman
The Southern Death Cult 3:46
13 Release the Bats
The Birthday Party 2:31
14 Goo Goo Muck
The Cramps 3:05
15 Lil' Red Riding Hood
999 2:51
16 Inconvenience
Au Pairs 2:58
17 I'm Falling
Dead or Alive 4:28
18 (It's Not Me) Talking
A Flock of Seagulls 3:33
19 Our Swimmer
Wire 3:32
20 4 Hours
Clock DVA 3:54
21 In the Grey Light
Virgin Prunes 4:20
22 Rain Dance
The Past Seven Days 6:02

Credits

CD 1

membranophone:
Mick Harvey (track 13)
composer:
Ronald Blackwell (track 15)
Joel Bogen (track 5)
Chip Carpenter (track 2)
Roddy Frame (track 8)
Roger Freeman (track 2)
Chris Hamlyn (track 2)
Peter Holsapple (track 10)
Rowland S. Howard (track 13)
James Johnstone (UK percussionist/guitarist/ambient producer) (track 2)
Chris Lee (Trumpet Player) (track 2)
Ollie Moore (track 2)
Hazel O’Connor (track 4)
The Past Seven Days (track 22)
The Southern Death Cult (British gothic post-punk band) (track 12)
Tot Taylor (track 7)
Simon Underwood (track 2)
engineer:
Nick Launay (track 13)
lyricist:
Ronald Blackwell (track 15)
Roddy Frame (track 8)
Hazel O’Connor (track 4)
Nick Cave (track 13)
Toyah Willcox (track 5)
producer:
The Birthday Party (track 13)
Adrian Sherwood (track 11)
Graham Spink (track 11)
Nick Launay (track 13)
writer:
Simon Charterton (track 3)
Charlie Collins (UK saxophonist) (track 20)
Ronnie Cook (track 14)
Terry Edwards (saxophonist/guitarist/horn player/member of the Higsons) (track 3)
Richard Evans (aka Dik, brother of The Edge) (track 21)
Daniel Figgis (track 21)
Paul Foad (track 16)
Bruce Gilbert (UK musician; guitarist in Wire) (track 19)
John Gluck, Jr. (track 6)
Wally Gold (track 6)
Robert Gotobed (drummer in Wire) (track 19)
Seymour Gottlieb (track 6)
David James Hammond (track 20)
Mike Herbage (track 1)
Charlie Higson (track 3)
Ed James (Edgar James) (track 14)
Graham Lewis (bassist in Wire) (track 19)
John Rees Lewis (track 11)
Frank Maudsley (track 18)
Stuart McGeachin (track 3)
Philip Moxham (track 9)
Stuart Moxham (track 9)
Colin Newman (UK vocalist / songwriter) (track 19)
Adi Newton (member of Clock DVA) (track 20)
Roger Quail (track 20)
Paul Reynolds (track 18)
Derek Rowan (track 21)
Trevor Rowan (track 21)
Andy Ryder (of the band Medium Medium) (track 11)
Ali Score (track 18)
Mike Score (track 18)
Graham Spink (track 11)
Vaughn Toulouse (track 1)
Alan Turton (track 11)
David Watson Jr. (Dave-iD of Virgin Prunes) (track 21)
Herb Weiner (track 6)
Paul Widger (track 20)
Colin Williams (track 3)
Lesley Woods (track 16)
publisher:
cover recording of:
Goo Goo Muck (track 14)
It’s My Party (track 6)
is the basis for:
later parody versions:
later translated parody versions:
Spikre paller (track 6)
later translated versions:
C’est ma fête (track 6)
It’s My Party (Japanese version) (track 6)
Leva livet (track 6)
On mun bailut (track 6)
Oon su auto (Punainen Alfa Romeo) (track 6)
later versions:
Ulven Peter (track 15)
recording of:
4 Hours (track 20)
Big Brown Eyes (track 10)
Click Talk (track 9)
D-Days (track 4)
Fatman (track 12)
Hungry So Angry (track 11)
I Want to Be Free (track 5)
In the Grey Light (track 21)
Inconvenience (track 16)
Is Vic There? (track 1)
Our Swimmer (track 19)
Rain Dance (track 22)
Release the Bats (track 13)