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|1||–Scrumfeeder||Cherry Ass Punk
Bass, Vocals – JJ SpeedballDrums – Brett Engineer, Producer – Jeff LovejoyGuitar – MungusProducer – J.J. Speedball*
|2||–Challenger 7||Rats In A Maze
Bass – Dan BellDrums – Marty DooEngineer, Producer – Michael CarpenterProducer – C7*Vocals, Guitar – Ian Underwood , Stewart Cunningham
Engineer – Jason Lee*Mastered By – Spencer LeeProducer – The Alohas
Bass – Dave Gray Drums, Percussion – Kit WarhurstGuitar – Paul MayburyOrgan [Electronic] – Roman TuckerProducer, Engineer – Rocket Science
|5||–P76||Social Insecurity (Live)
Bass Guitar – Tim Mills Drums – Andy StrachanProducer [Assisted By], Engineer [Assisted By] – Adele ConlinProducer, Engineer – Leah BakerVocals, Guitar – Danny McDonald
|6||–Michael Carpenter||Kailee Anne
Backing Vocals – Paul HakimBacking Vocals, Whistle – Lachlan WilliamsLead Vocals, Drums, Bass [Rickenbacker], Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar, Bells, Tambourine, Engineer, Producer – Michael Carpenter
|7||–The Starlings||I Really Really Love You
Backing Vocals, Rhythm Guitar – Kim-Louise BartonBass Guitar – Jo-Anne BennetDrums – Joe Engineer – Geoff LeeLead Vocals, Percussion – Carrie PhillisProducer, Engineer – Mazen Murad
|8||–The High Society||Come Down
Bass – Mark Littler Drums – Aaron Kennedy Engineer – David Coulthard-ClarkGuitar, Vocals – Levi Kennedy
|9||–The Intercontinental Playboys||Cuban Rebel Girl 9Live)
Bass – Popo Drums – Ricardo*Engineer – Bones Lead Guitar – Benedict*Rhythm Guitar – Michelangelo*Vocals – Tommy*
|10||–The Sand Pebbles||Sundowner
Bass, Synthesizer [Juno 60], Engineer – Chris Hollow*Guitar – Andrew TannerGuitar, Engineer – Ben Michael XMellotron – Beck ZackProducer – Sand Pebbles*Synthesizer [Nord], Percussion, Engineer – Murray Jamieson
- Recorded At – Red Zeds
- Recorded At – Stagefright Studios
- Recorded At – Paradise Studios
- Recorded At – Rocket Science Studios
- Recorded At – ABC Studio 346, Melbourne
- Recorded At – Zen Studios, Sydney
- Recorded At – Milk Bar Studios
- Recorded At – Excelsior Hotel
- Recorded At – Grundy Towers
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Track 1 Recorded at Red Zedz Studio, Brisbane Australia
Tracks 2, 6 Recorded at Stagefright Studios
Track 3 Recorded at Paradise Studio
Track 4 Recorded at Rocket Science Studios
Track 5 Recorded at ABC Studio 346, Melbourne, Vic, Australia
Track 7 Recorded at Zen Studios - St Peters
Track 8 Recorded at The Milk Bar
Track 9 Recorded Live at the Excelsior Hotel, Surry Hills, 11 Nov 2000
Track 10 Recorded at Grundy Towers & various loungerooms
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