It was the first album by the British pop band Pulp. Originally given a limited vinyl release of 2000 copies in April 1983, it was re-released on CD by Cherry Red in February 1994 with three bonus tracks. A further CD re-release in November 1994 by Fire Records removed two of the bonus tracks which were recorded after the original release.
It was the sixth of seven weekend-long festivals hosted by the rock band Phish. The event took place on August 2 and 3, 2003, at the Loring Air Force Base in Limestone, Maine, just miles from the Canadian border. 70,000 people attended, resulting in one of the largest Phish concerts ever. PBS was on hand to make a documentary of the experience.
It is a two-disc DVD set chronicling Phish's two-day summer festival in Limestone, Maine on August 2 & 3, 2003. The first disc contains a full-length documentary originally aired on PBS in 2004 featuring interviews with the band, song excerpts, and images from the concert grounds and festival events. This was the sixth of seven major outdoor summer festivals held by Phish.