The album was performed, produced and mixed by William Orbit at Guerilla Studios, London. Mark Rutherford and Sugar J co-performed "Deus Ex Machina" with William Orbit, with Rutherford also co-writing the song. Rico Conning: flexible bleeps and roadhouse piano on "Time to get Wize", spikey piano and strings on "The Story of Light" and additional programming on "A Touch of the Night".
Released in the UK in 1993 on VHS: Virgin VID 2707. Directed and edited by Simon Hilton. Produced by Mike Day and Henry Cole. Cinematography by John Peters and Simon Hilton. Production company: Moviescreen Ltd.