Virgin DVDAV 2364
DVD9 L0 81301692/1 V01
Picture DVD with colour 8 page booklet in DVD-Audio jewel case.
Michael MacNeil piano and synthesisers
Charles Burchill guitars
Mel Gaynor drums and vocals
John Giblin bass guitars
Jim Kerr lead vocals
additional lead singer Robin Clark
backing vocals Michael Been of The Call, The Simms Brothers, Carlos Alomar
extra percussion on All The Things She Said Sue Hadjopoulos
produced by Jimmy Iovine and Bob Clearmountain
engineered by Moria Marquis and Mark McKenna
assisted by Martin White
technical assistance Bob Schwall Judy Reeves and Bob Tis
studio crew Dougie Cowan and Paul Kerr
coordination Gemma Corfield and Debbi Caponetta
recorded at Townhouse Studios, London
mixed at Bearsville Studios, Bearsville, New York and Right Track Studios, New York City Summer '85
mastered by Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk, New York City
nourishment Dora Carllyn, Randy Michaels and Albert Grossman
art by Mick Haggerty
photography by Anton Corbijn
thanks to Simon Draper, Jordan Harris, Ian Flooks Ian Copleland,
Dave Hill and The Pretenders, Alfred Bos,
Keith Forsey, Anton Corbijn, Barwell Court Rehearsal Studios and all
at Virgin Records Britain, Europe, Canada, New Zealand
and Australia and to Everyone at A&M Records USA
special thanks to Gemma Corfield, Mark Harvey and Steve Bramberg
very special thanks to Big Dan Yer Man and to
Robert White and
Jane Alison and all at Schoolhouse Management.
Mixed and produced by Ronald Prent at Galaxy Studios, Belgium using
an API-Vision Discrete Analog Surround Music Production Console.
Original 24-track analog tapes reproduced with a Studer A820.
Recorded to a Pyramix Workstation in 96/24 using dCs AD/DA converters.
Mastered by Simon Heyworth at Galaxy Reference Mastering using
the SPL MMC1 mastering console, Pyramix and ProTools workstations.
With thanks to Super Audio Mastering for mix and mastering
co-ordination on behalf of Virgin Records.
This DVD-Audio can be played in DVD players equipped with DVD-A 5:1 Surround Sound or DTS Surround Sound systems. Playback is also
possible in PCM systems, but only in stereo.
The packaging is based on the mini-vinyl artwork of the
limited edition remaster. The credit and album information on the sleeve is
in many cases too difficult to read.