|A1||True Romance At The World's Fair|
|A2||Recalling The Last Encounter|
|A4||In Bed With Boys|
|A5||An Explanation For That Flock Of Crows|
|A6||Somewhat Bleecker Street|
|A9||Father's By The Door|
|A10||Walking Through Sleep|
|B1||Little Dead Bodies|
|B3||Please Respect Our Decadence|
|B4||(A Proverbial Explanation For) Why No Action Is Taken|
|B5||Tuesday Tastes Good|
|B8||Waiting For Delmore|
|666 Show (Live At The Noise Factory, August 30, 1984)|
|DVD-1||True Romance At The World's Fair|
|DVD-2||Father's By The Door|
|DVD-3||Recalling The Last Encounter|
|DVD-4||Waiting For Delmore|
|DVD-5||In Bed With Boys|
|DVD-7||Walking Through Sleep|
|DVD-9||Somewhat Bleecker Street|
|DVD-10||An Explanation For That Flock Of Crows|
- Design – Eloise Leigh
- Engineer – Jerry Soto
- Film Director [Video Shot] – Mark Giangrande
- Guitar, Bass, Synthesizer, Drum Machine – Don Hedeker
- Lyrics By, Vocals – Lydia Tomkiw
- Remastered By – George Horn
- Transferred By [Tape Transfer And Restoration] – Alberto Hernandez
- Written-By, Composed By – Algebra Suicide
(C) + (P) 2013 Dark Entries Records
A1 to A4 recorded October 11, 1982.
A5, A6, A8, B7 recorded March 1984.
A7, A9, A10, B8 recorded November 1984.
B1 to B6 recorded Spring 1986.
All songs recorded at Soto Sound, Evanston IL.
A1 to A4 originally released on 'True Romance At The Worlds Fair' EP, Buzzerama Records 1982.
A5 to A8 originally released on 'An Explanation For That Flock Of Crows' EP, Buzzerama Records 1984.
B1 to B4 originally released on 'Big Skin' C-40, Cause & Effect 1986.
A9, B5 to B7 originally released on 'The Secret Like Crazy' LP, RRRecords/Dom Elchklang 1988.
B8 originally released on 'Pas De Deux' Compilation LP, Auxillio de Cientos 1985.
A10 'Walking Through Sleep' previously unreleased.
Live performance recorded August 30, 1984 at the Noise Factory, Chicago, IL.
Casiotone MT-40, Multivox FR-4, Rhythm Ace, Vox Guitar Organ, Casio CZ-101, Les Paul junior, Bass.
Don Hedeker, Mark Giangrande, Gregory Jacobsen, Bart Plantenga, Alberto Hernandez, Molly Baker, George Horn and Eloise Leigh.