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|Studio album by Nick Lowe|
|Released||September 11, 2001|
|Recorded||May 2000-April 2001
RAK Studios, St. John's Wood, London and The Barge, Twickenham, Middlesex
|Label||Proper, Yep Roc|
|Producer||Nick Lowe, Neil Brockbank|
|Nick Lowe chronology|
All songs by Nick Lowe unless otherwise noted.
- "Only a Fool Breaks His Own Heart" (Norman Bergen, Shelly Coburn)
- "Lately I've Let Things Slide"
- "She's Got Soul"
- "Cupid Must Be Angry"
- "Indian Queens"
- "Poor Side of Town" (Johnny Rivers, Lou Adler)
- "I'm a Mess"
- "Between Dark and Dawn"
- "Bygones (Won't Go)"
- "Has She Got a Friend?"
- "Let's Stay In and Make Love"
- "There Will Never Be Any Peace (Until God Is Seated at the Conference Table)"*
- "Different Kind of Blue"*
- "Mama Said"* (Luther Dixon, Willie Denson)
*From the 3-inch bonus CD-EP included with copies of the album sold by Borders Books and Music
- Nick Lowe – rhythm guitar, bass guitar, vocals
- Geraint Watkins– organ, piano
- Robert Treherne – drums
- Steve Donnelly – lead guitar