Track 1 published by Songs Of Universal, Inc. / Rosasharn Publishing. ℗ 2002 A&M Records. Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises.
Track 2 published by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. / Old Crow Music / Wixen Music Publishing, Inc. / Cryllic Soup. ℗ 2002 A&M Records. Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises.
Track 3 published by EMI April Music Canada Ltd. / Wiggly Tooth Music (ASCAP) / Future Furniture Music (ASCAP). ℗ 2001 WEA International Inc.
Track 4 published by Universal-MCA Music Publishing, a division of Universal Studios, Inc. / 1974 Music (ASCAP). ℗ 2002 Maverick Recording Company.
Track 5 published by Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (ASCAP). ℗ 2001 Arista Records Inc. Courtesy of V2 Records Inc. Sarah McLachlan
appears courtesy of Nettwek Records.
Track 6 published by Sony/ATV Music Pub. (BMI) / Beanly Songs (BMI). ℗ 2002 Capitol Records, Inc. Courtesy of EMI Music Canada.
Track 7 published by I'm With The Band Music Publishing Co. (ASCAP). ℗ 2001 Maverick Recording Company.
Track 8 published by Sarah Slean Music (SOCAN). ℗ 2001 WEA International Inc.
Track 9 published by Webo Girl Publishing, Inc., admin. by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP). ℗ 2000 Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Track 10 published by Ham Publishing / Universal Music Publishing (SOCAN/SESAC) / Birdgeburner Music Inc. (SOCAN/ASCAP). ℗ 2002 Universal Music, a division of Universal Studios Canada Ltd. Courtesy of Universal Music Canada.
Track 11 published by I Ain't Askin' Music (SOCAN). ℗ 2001 Joydrop Inc.
Track 12 published by Mike City Music Inc. (BMI). ℗ 2001 WEA International Inc.
Track 13 published by Colgems-EMI Music Inc. ℗ 2001 The Verve Music Group, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc. Courtesy of The Verve Music Group under license from Universal Music Enterprises.
Track 14 published by EMI April Music Canada Ltd. / Purple Rabbit Music (ASCAP). ℗ 1988 WEA International Inc.
Track 15 published by Universal Music Publishing, a division of Universal Studios Canada Ltd. / Girl On The Moon Music (SOCAN/ASCAP). ℗ 2001 Universal Music, a division of Universal Studios Canada Ltd. Courtesy of Universal Music Canada.
Track 16 published by Les Edition / Bet.e And Stef Publishing. ℗ 2002 Bet.e. And Stef Records. Courtesy of Universal Music Canada.
Track 17 published by Sylvan Street Songs (BMI), administered by Universal Music Publishing / Prairie Ocean (SOCAN). ℗ 2002 Actorboy Records. Courtesy of Actorboy Records. From the album "You Are What You Love
", coming 02/03.
Track 18 published by Molly Johnson Music / Steve MacKinnon Music. ℗ 2002 Marquis Classics, a division of Earl Rosen & Associates Limited. Courtesy of EMI Music Canada.
Track 19 published by MAS Songs. ℗ 2002 Nettwerk Productions. Courtesy of Nettwerk Productions.
Track 20 published by Human Boy (admin. by WB Music Corp.) / Her Bliss Up (SOCAN). ℗ 2002 EMI Music Canada. Courtesy EMI Music Canada.
Track 21 published by Blind Love Songs. ℗ 2002 Buried Heart Society. Mastered at Suit Sound Labs. Mixed at, basic tracks, choirs and some lead vocals recorded at Mushroom Studios in Vancouver. Editing, transfers and some lead vocals recorded in Vancouver at the Warehouse Studios and Hammond Avenue Studios. Other lead vocals recorded in Toronto at The Gas Station Studio; The Rogue Studio and the EMI Music Publishing Canada Studio. Artists appear courtesy of Steven Page
- Warner Music / Reprise; Gordon Downie
- Tragically Hip and Universal Music Canada; David Usher
- EMI Music Canada; Bif Naked
- Her Royal Majesty's Records; Ron Sexsmith
- Nettwerk America; Jim Cuddy
- Warner Music Canada; Snow (2)
- Virgin Music Canada; Sarah Harmer
- Coldsnap / Universal Music Canada; Mary Zilba
- Sextant / EMI Canada; Tom Wilson
- Sony Music Canada; Sarah Slean
- Warner Music Canada; Esthero
- mom and dad and Reprise; Colin James
- Warner Music Canada; John Mann
- Nettwerk Records; Wyckham Porteous
- Cordova Bay; Jordy Birch
- Virgin / EMI Music Canada.
Remastered at MusicLane Mastering.
This compilation ℗&© 2002 Warner Music Canada Ltd. Manufactured and distributed by / Fabriqué et distribué par Warner Music Canada Ltd.
Track 11 is the uncredited "Pop Remix" version, taken from this BMG Radio promo CD compilation
. These 2 discs are the only place this version can be found as it is not on any of the band's albums or singles.
Track 21 is a tribute to women who suffer daily from the abuses of drug addiction and life on the street. It was conceived and written in March 2002. The song was inspired by the more than 60 women who had gone missing from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside Neighbourhood since the early 1980s. Many of these women were victims of Robert Pickton, the infamous 'Pig Farmer Serial Killer'. Profits from the sale of the recording and related merchandise will go to the Buried Hearts Society, a not-for-profit organization created to raise awareness and improve the lives of disadvantaged and abused women and youth.