Release Inform­a­tion
Released May 1998

CD — EW 3984–23097-2
Cas­sette — EW 3984–23097-4
Vinyl — EW 3984–23097-1

Released: Octo­ber 2008
Spe­cial Edi­tion — 2564–69358-6
Includes bonus tracks — more info here

Ori­ginal Credits

Vocals: Mick Huck­nall
Back­ing vocals: Dee John­son, Sarah Brown & Mick Huck­nall
Gui­tars: Mark Jaimes, Tony Remy, Kenji Jam­mer, Gitsy Wills & Bub Roberts
Bass: CJ Taylor, Rob­bie Shakespeare & Steve Lew­in­son
Key­boards: Tim Vine, Paul Car­rack, Alan Clark & Robert Lyn
Drums: Gota Yashiki, Vel­roy Bailey, Sly Dun­bar & Geoff Hol­royde
DJ: Dom T
Brass: Ian Kirkham sax­o­phones, John John­son trom­bone, Mike Green­wood trum­pet and flu­gel­horn & Demo Morselli trum­pet
Orches­tra: Pro Arte Orches­tra of Lon­don. Arranged and con­duc­ted by David Sin­clair Whitaker

World­wide Rep­res­ent­a­tion:
Andy Dodd and Lindy Fretwell at Silent Way Ltd, assisted by Josephine Bur­ston
In asso­ci­ation with Lisa Bar­baris for So What Media & Man­age­ment Inc

Pho­to­graphy: Zanna
Pho­to­graphy Art Dir­ec­tion: Car­o­lyn Quarter­maine
Loc­a­tion: St Bartholemy, thanks to all the crew, Jacques Malignon and the islanders
Print and Cam­paign Design: Intro, Lon­don
Mick Huck­nall wears Krizia

Pro­duced by AGM:
Andy Wright
Gota Yashiki
Mick Hucknall

Pro­grammed by:
Andy Wright
Gota Yashiki

Addi­tional Pro­gram­ming: Steve Hilton, Aidan Love, Ned Douglas

Recor­ded at:
West­point Stu­dios, Lon­don
Funny Bunny Stu­dios, Lon­don
Whit­field Street Stu­dios, Lon­don
Abbey Road Stu­dios, Lon­don
Anchor Stu­dios, King­ston, Jamaica
Hit Fact­ory, New York

Mastered by: Kevin Met­calfe at Town­house, London

Engin­eered and Mixed by:
John Lee, Roland Her­ring­ton, Femi Jiya, Ali Stayton, Ned Douglas, Dave Tyler, Lyn­ford ‘Fatta’ Mar­shall, Alex Marou, Peter Cob­bin, Ted Wohlsen, Tony Mas­ar­ati, Paul Logus, Mark Wyl­lie, Jon Jacobs

Assisted by: Neil Mason, Jake Dav­ies, David Rus­sell, Andy Scade, Ricky Gra­ham, Derek Grey, Mak Togashi, Andrew Dud­man, Douglas Blair
Pre-production pro­gram­ming: Merv Pear­son
All tracks used by kind per­mis­sion of the publishers

Love and respect to all my true friends, Mick Hucknall