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Bass, Vocals – Isabel MonteiroDrums – Mike ChylinskiGuitar – Daron RobinsonProducer – Drugstore
Mixed By, Performer – TindersticksRecorded By – Victor Van VugtSaxophone, Trumpet, Vibraphone [Vibes] – Terry Edwards
|3||–Pete Shelley||Better Off Without A Wife
Bass, Guitar – Tony BarberDrums – Phil BarkerProducer – Philip TennantVocals, Guitar – Pete Shelley
|4||–The Wedding Present||Red Shoes By The Drugstore
Performer [Band Member] – Darren Belk, David Gedge, Simon SmithProducer – The Wedding Present
|5||–Violent Femmes||Step Right Up
Drums – Guy HoffmanEngineer [Assistant] – Mark MasonRecorded By – Dave Vartanian*Recorded By, Bass [One-string] – Brian RitchieTabla [Arabic] – Mike KashouTechnician [Overdobbed By], Mixed By – Martin Brass, Warren BruleighTechnician [Overdobbed By], Mixed By, Vocals, Guitar – Gordon Gano
Bass – Irving CharlesDrums – Peggy O'NeillProducer, Vocals, Guitar – Alex Chilton
|7||–Archers Of Loaf||Big Joe And Phantom 309
Bass, Vocals – Matt GentlingGuitar – Eric Johnson (2)Producer – Brian PaulsonVocals, Drums – Mark Price (2)Vocals, Guitar – Eric Bachmann
|8||–These Immortal Souls||You Can't Unring A Bell
Bass – Harry HowardDrums – Craig Williams (4)Guitar [Electric] – Spencer P. JonesPiano, Organ – Genevieve McGuckinProducer – Tony CohenVocals, Guitar [Electric], Acoustic Guitar – Rowland S. Howard
|9||–Jeffrey Lee Pierce||Pasties And A G-String
Engineer, Instrumentation By – The Master FrequencyProducer – Gary DobbinsVocals – Jeffrey Lee Pierce
|10||–Magnapop||Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis
Bass – Shannon MulvaneyDrums – Josh Frees*Engineer [Second] – Bernie ZwassEngineer, Mixed By – Sandy SolomonGuitar – Ruthie MorrisProducer – MagnapopVocals – Linda Hopper
|11||–Dave Alvin||Ol' 55
Accordion – Lisa MeldnickGuitar [Slide], Bass – Weissen BornProducer, Guitar [Electronic], Mandolin, Arranged By – Greg LeiszVocals, Acoustic Guitar, Arranged By – Dave Alvin
|12||–Pale Saints||Jersey Girl
Bass – Colleen Brown*Drums – Chris Cooper (4)Engineer – Steve WhitfieldProducer, Guitar – Graeme NaysmithVocals – Meriel Barham
Bass – Bernie MysiorDrums – Buddy HelmEnglish Horn – Earl DumlerGuitar – Joe FalsiaProducer, Keyboards – Denny Rendell*Vocals – Tim Buckley
Bass – Bill McDonaldBells [Tubular Bells] – Simon AustinDrums – Alistair Barden*Producer – Frente!Trombone – Laurence MaddyVocals – Angie Hart
|15||–10,000 Maniacs||I Hope That I Don't Fall In Love With You
Bass – Steven GustafsonDrums – Jerome AugustyniakGuitar – Robert BuckKeyboards – Dennis DrewProducer – Paul FoxVocals – Natalie Merchant
- Mastered At – Digiprep
- Recorded At – Eastcote Studios
- Recorded At – Pavillion Studios
- Recorded At – Fon Studios
- Recorded At – DV's Perversion Room
- Overdubbed At – Big House Recording
- Mixed At – Big House Recording
- Recorded At – Chez Flames
- Recorded At – Drive-In Studio
- Recorded At – Metropolis Audio
- Recorded At – The Master Frequency Studios
- Recorded At – Plus Four Recordings Studios
- Recorded At – Paul's House
- Recorded At – Beaumont Street Studios
- Recorded At – Paramount Recording Studios
- Recorded At – Platinum Studios, Melbourne
- Pressed By – Disctronics USA
Track 1: Recorded June, 1995 at Eastcote Studios, London, England.
Drugstore appears courtesy of Go! Discs Ltd.
Track 2: Recorded at Pavilion Studios, London, England, September, 1994.
Mixed at The Ranch.
Track 3: Recorded June, 1995 at Pavilion Studios, London, England.
Track 4: Recorded August 9 and 10, 1995 at Fon Studios, Sheffield, England.
Track 5: Recorded at DV's Perversion Room, Milwaukee.
Overdubbed and mixed at Big House Recording, New York.
Track 6: Recorded August, 1995 at Chez Flames Recording, Inc., New Orleans.
Track 7: Recorded at Drive-In Studios, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Archers Of Load courtesy of Alias Records.
Track 8: Recorded October 17, 1994 at Metropolis Studios, Melbourne, Australia.
These Immortal Souls appear courtesy of Mute Records.
Track 9: Recorded June 23, 24, and 25, 1995 at The Master Frequency Studios, Los Angeles.
The Master Frequency appears courtesy Famous Maker Brand Records.
Track 10: Recorded June, 1995 at Plus Four Recordings Studios, Sherman Oaks, California.
Magnapop appears courtesy of Priority Records and Play It Again Sam.
Track 11: Recorded July, 1995 at Paul's House, Burbank, California.
Track 12: Recorded July, 1995 at Beaumont Studios, Huddersfield, England.
Track 13: Recorded 1973 at Paramount Recording Studios, Los Angeles.
Originally released on Sefronia (1973).
Track 14: Recorded July 31, 1995 at Platinum Studios, Melbourne, Australia.
Track 15: Recorded 1992. First released as a casette single B-side to Candy Everybody Wants.
Produced under license from Elektra Entertainment Group.
<font size=1>All songs published in the United States and Canada by Fifth Floor Music (ASCAP).
All songs published in the United Kingdom by Carlin Music Corporation.
All songs published in Germany, Austria, and Switserland by Melodie Der Welt.
All songs published in Australia by Rondor Music International.
All songs published in France by Francis Dreyfus Music.
All songs published in Japan by Victor Music Publishing Ltd.
This compilation ℗ © 1995 Manifesto Records.
All recordings ℗ 1995 Manifesto Records, except "Old Shoes" is ℗ 1995 Go! Discs Ltd.; "Martha" is ℗ 1973 Discreet Records; "Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis" is ℗ 1995 Magnapop; "Big Joe And Phantom 309" is ℗ 1995 Alias Records; "I Hope That I Don't Fall In Love With You" is ℗ 1992 Elektra Entertainment Group.
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