|1||Barrel of a Gun||Dave||5.35||Single|
|2||The Love Thieves||Dave||6.34|
|4||It's No Good||Dave||5.58||Single|
|7||Sister of Night||Dave||6.04|
|8||The Jazz Thieves||2.55|
|10||The Bottom Line||Martin||4.27|
|12||Painkiller Jr. (Hidden track)||2.12|
Words & music by Martin L. Gore and Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd, assigned by Grabbing Hands Music Ltd, except "Useless" assigned by Grabbing Hands Music Overseas Ltd.
Victor Endrizzio, percussion: "Barrel of a Gun" & "It's Noo Good"
Jaki Liebezeit, percussion: "The Bottom Line"
BJ Cole, pedal steel guitar: "The Bottom Line"
Gota Yashiki, drums: "Useless"
Keith Le Blanc, drums: "Useless"
Danny Cummings, percussion: "Useless" & "Freestate"
Doug Wimbish, bass: "Useless"
Daniel Miller, System700: "Uselink"
Vocal coach Evelyn Halus.
Thieves" & "Freestate":
Additional vocals engineered by Gareth Jones at RAK Studios.
Strings arranged by Dave Clayton.
Strings scored & conducted by Richard Niles.
Strings coordingated by Graham Perkins.
Produced by Tim Simenon.
Mixed by Tim Simenon & Q. Except "Useless" & "Jazz Thieves", mixed by Tim Simenon & Gareth Jones.
Engineered by Q.
Programming on all tracks by Kerry Hopwood.
Keyboards & keyboard programming on all tracks by Dave Clayton.
Recorded at Abbey Road, Eastcote,
Westside, Stongroom, RAK in London; Electric Lady in New York; Larrabee West in Los
Assisted by Paul Hicks, Guy Massey, Lee Phillips, Jamie Campell, Jim Greg, Audie Chamberlain, Robbie Kazandjian.
Mastered by Mike Marsh at The Exchange.
Art direction, photography &
front cover by Anton Corbijn.
Colour prints by Brian Dowling.
Sleeve design by Area.
© 1997 Mute Records Limited