Mexican compact disc OPI CD 92
with three additional bonus tracks
1999, Opcion Sonica
Are You Coming Down This 000Weekend? 02.
Her Eyes Were Huge Things 03.
If July 05.
How Ghosts Affect Relationships 06.
Chances Are We Are Mad 07.
As We Could Ever 08.
Are We Still Married? 09.
Why People Disappear
10. Blue Moon
12. Home Is In Your Head
14. We Hold The Land In Great Esteem
15. Last One
16. Sitting Still Moving Still Staring Out
17. The Sand That Holds The Lakes In 000Place
18. In Every Ford
19. Baby Fish Mouth
20. The Dirt Eaters
21. Man On The Silver Mountain
bonus tracks on Mexican version:
22. Bad Luck Girl
23. Library Girl
24. Universal Frequencies
"ASS" is a best-of compilation collecting a bit of all the 4AD
releases from 1990 through 1996. The Mexican version features three additional
songs not found on the US version with "Library Girl" previously
only available on a 4AD promo compilation from 1994 called "All Virgos
Are Mad". "Underwater" is a previously unreleased song.
All songs written by His Name Is Alive. Published and administered by
Perforate My Heart Music (BMI) except track 10 by Alex Chilton, published
ny Aredent Productions Inc. and track 23 by R. Blackmore and R. Dio, published
by Owl Music Ltd. Art direction and design by Vaughan Oliver at v23. Design
assistance by Chris Bigg and Timothy O'Donnell. Layout in Mexico by Edmundo
Arias. Original front cover photograph by Time Stereo with manipulation
by v23. Inner booklet photograph by Chris Bigg from the book "Lucha
Mascarada". Model: Justin Spear star in a jar.
Warren portrait by Hannah. "Designed about a year ago, that artwork
is the ultimate collaboration, with Chris's niece Hannah (4 years old)
supplying the drawings and 4AD staffer Justin Spears modelling the wrestling
masks. It also features wrappers from Brazil's greatest candy (Garroto,
supplied by my girlfriend) and an old fax from Warren asking 4AD to hurry
up and release 'Nice Day'. Oh, and line drawings of fast-food packaging
to commemorate Warren's love for Taco Bell."
- Timothy O'Donnell, March 2, 1999
O'Donnell provided design assistance on the "ASS" artwork.