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The tracks chosen for the compilation were selected by David Ryder-Prangley. The album was mixed, edited and mastered by Drew Richards with sleeve notes written by Simon Price
Originally, the album was to be released with a bonus DVD, but after reviewing the material, the band have decided to release the DVD separately later this year
The album takes its name from the lyrics of the Rachel Stamp song, "Pink Skab"
The album features many rare tracks such as "Dead Girl" (which was only available on a free CD given away with Kerrang! magazine and the band's Sweet Shop compilation CD) and "Every Night I Pray for the Bomb" (which was only available on the "Bring Me the Head of Rachel Stamp EP")
The digital download version of the album replaces "Hey Hey Michael You're Really Fantastic" and "Every Night I Pray for the Bomb" with "Home Made Sex Change" and "Creeps". "Home Made Sex Change" was given away as a free download on the band's official website in 2002 and "Creeps" was available as a free track on a Metal Hammer compilation CD, given away with a copy of the magazine in November, 2004.
To promote the release, Rachel Stamp reformed for a sold out, one off show at the O2 Islington Academy, London on April 10, 2009