Nicolette ‎– Let No-one Live Rent Free In Your Head

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Talkin' Loud ‎– 532 814-2
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1-1 Don't Be Afraid
Engineer – DegoProducer – NicoletteWritten-By – Nicolette
1:59
1-2 We Never Know
Engineer – Tim MerlinEngineer [Assisted By] – Tanya EsdenProducer – PlaidWritten-By – Nicolette
5:14
1-3 Song For Europe
Bass – DegoEngineer – Leon MarProducer – DegoWritten-By – Dego, Nicolette
4:15
1-4 Beautiful Day
Engineer – Tim MerlinEngineer [Assisted By] – Tanya EsdenProducer – PlaidWritten-By – Nicolette
5:22
1-5 Always
Engineer – Clive Goddard, Rowan StignerProducer – NicoletteWritten-By – Nicolette
5:35
1-6 Nervous
Engineer – Clive GoddardEngineer [Assisted By] – Rob Kelly, Tanya EsdenProducer – Alec EmpireWritten-By – Nicolette
3:33
1-7 Where Have All The Flowers Gone?
Engineer – Tim MerlinProducer – PlaidWritten-By – Nicolette, Plaid, M. Shlokov*Written-By [Uncredited] – Pete Seeger
4:39
1-8 No Government (As A Way Of Life) (Plaid Remix)
Engineer – Tim MerlinEngineer [Assisted By] – Tanya Esden, Toby*Producer – PlaidRemix – PlaidSnare – John Hamilton (8)Written-By – Nicolette
6:36
1-9 Nightmare
Engineer – Clive GoddardEngineer [Assisted By] – Rob Kelly, Tanya EsdenProducer – Alec EmpireWritten-By – Alec Empire, Nicolette
5:04
1-10 Judgement Day
Engineer – Clive GoddardPiano – Andy VinterProducer – NicoletteWritten-By – Nicolette
3:54
1-11 You Are Heaven Sent
Engineer – Lance PhillipsEngineer [Assisted By] – Tanya EsdenWritten-By – Felix, Nicolette
4:08
1-12 Just To Say Peace And Love
Engineer – Leon MarProducer – DegoWritten-By – Dego, Nicolette
4:33
1-13 No Government (Original Version) 5:30
1-14 Don't Be Ashamed (Don't Be Afraid Part II)
Engineer – Rowan StignerProducer – NicoletteWritten-By – Nicolette, Oge
1:52
2-1 No Government (In The Jungle)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production By] – The Bud Brothers*
5:21
2-2 We Never Know (Except)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production By] – Roni Size
6:03
2-3 Judgement Day (Not This Life Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production By] – D.J. Krust*
7:55
2-4 Judgement Day (Plaid Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production By] – Plaid
3:58

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4-panel double digipak with a magnet closing lid
12-page booklet: lyrics, track credits, artwork

Disc 1 made by PMDC, Germany
Disc 2 made by PDO, UK
Disc 1 and the booklet appear to be identical to the standard single-disc edition.

Track 1-8 listed as "No Government (As A Way Of Life) (Plaid Remix)" on rear sleeve, "No Government As A Way Of Life" in booklet.
Track 1-13 listed as "No Government" on rear sleeve, "No Government (Original Version)" in booklet.

Track 1-8 noted as "CD Bonus Track" on rear sleeve.

Track 1-8 contains a sample of "Shore Leave" performed by Tom Waits.

℗ 1996 Mercury Records Ltd. (London)
© 1996 Mercury Records Ltd. (London)

1-1, 1-2, 1-4 to 1-6, 1-8 to 1-10, 1-14 published by Copyright Control
1-3, 1-12 published by Copyright Control/Westbury Music
1-7 published by Harmony Music Ltd./Copyright Control/Warp EMI
1-11 published by Copyright Control/BMG Music

1-1 engineered at Reinforced Studios
1-2, 1-4, 1-11 engineered at Von's Studios
1-3, 1-12 produced for Reinforced Productions. Engineered at Ram Studios.
1-5, 1-7, 1-8, 1-10, 1-14 engineered at Matrix Studios
1-6, 1-9 engineered at Jacob's Studios

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 731453281424
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): IFPI L002 532 642-01 + MADE IN GERMANY BY PMDC
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI L002
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 0155
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): IFPI L132 5782952 10424881 02 % MADE IN U.K. BY PDO
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI L132
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI 0460
  • Rights Society: BIEM STEMRA
  • Label Code: LC 6521
  • Other (Cat # on booklet and disc 1): 532 634-2
  • Other (Cat # on disc 2): 578 295-2

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October 2, 2018

I was never 100% into this album back in the day, though I knew it had some amazing moments (the Plaid produced tracks stood out especially). Hearing it afresh after several years away it makes a lot more sense. The disjointedness of the production was way ahead of its time. Loving it now.