David Tibet: vocals, July and Gorgon guitar, mix
James Blackshaw: 12-string guitar, piano
William Breeze: electric viola, viola controlled sampler
Ossian Brown: synthesizers, treated organ, electronics
John Contreras: cello, synthesizers
Baby Dee: piano, Hammond organ
Andria Degens: vocals
Sasha Grey: vocals
Andrew Liles: electronics, guitars, mix
Alex Neilson: drums, percussion
Rickie Lee Jones: vocals
Alice Rousham: vocals
Henry Rousham: vocals
Steven Stapleton: electronics, mix
Matt Sweeney: electric guitar, vocals
Andrew WK: bass, piano, vocals, finger bells
Keith Wood: electric guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar, bass
All songs composed by Current 93. Produced and mixed by Andrew Liles, Steven Stapleton and David Tibet. Recorded at The Rooms with Rob Sands. Final recording and mixing at Metway Studios with Jake Rousham as engineer.
All English text and all artwork by David Tibet. All translations from the Coptic by David Tibet. David Tibet's art is represented by Isis Gallery. Design by David Tibet and Paul Jackson.
Thanks to: Geoff Cox-Dorée and Michael Lawrence for attending the mix, Marc Almond, David Bianchi, Michael Cashmore, Ben Chasny, Al Cisneros, Chris Connelly, Miss Kat Cormie, Enrico Croci, Attila Csihar, Giulio Di Mauro, Maja Elliot, Barbara and Stephen Emmel, Nick Evans, Eva and Michel Faber, Bill Fay, Mark and Roxy Fry, Sven Erik Fuzz-Kristiansen, Gary Held, Antony Hegarty, Joie Iacono, Nidge Ince, Melon Liles, Hugo Lundhaug, John Marchant, Carola Marruchi, Othon Mataragas, Annabel Mehran, Richard Moult, Stephen O'Malley, Fabrizio Palumbo, José Pacheco, David Pepe, Anita Plank, Colin Potter, Keith Richmond, Roasrio Rivero, Allison Schnackenberg, Vivian Slaughter, Tony Sylvester, Joel Thibodeau, Steffi Thiel, Ayşe Tuzlak, Todd Uzel, Cherie Lily W.K., Lauren Winton, Tod Wodicka, and Joolie Wood.
Profound thanks to Stephen Emmel for opening up the endless beauty and mystery of Coptic grammar to me.
Love and peace to you all, David Tibet
Hastings 20 II 2009
Cover of booklet and cover of album are swapped on the North American version