It was released on 30 December 1991 through XL Recordings in the UK. The single peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart, beaten to number one by the re-release of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" after the death of Freddie Mercury. The original CD single was released with five tracks, which went against British chart regulations. The track "Rip up the Sound System" was removed on the re-issue to comply with the chart regulations, but is still available on the 12" vinyl. The cover features a photograph of the now dismantled Corkscrew roller coaster at Alton Towers.
All tracks written by Liam Howlett
Produced by Liam Howlett and Chaz Stevens at C.W.S. Studios
Published by Virgin Music
Respect to my equipment and my mind
management Mike Champion (0702) 332 782
Love and respect to Colin Dale and Kiss Fm for breaking Charly.
to the Dj's: Carl Cox, Rap, Slipmatt, Dominic, devious d, Ray Keith, Top Buzz, Dj Physics and the rest.
Respect to Shades of Rhythm (wathai), Jay (costumes), Sharon (photo lady), Stanice (lucky garage), Andy at tape one, Sid, Sharky, Eltell, Picky (union posse), the dancers of visual contact and all our families, friends... and pets.
Special respect to all the rockers who put us on a Top Buzz whilst at P.A's.
Liam, Keef, Maxim Reality, Leeroy, 2xW30: The Prodigy.
best not forget the bosses: Tim Palmer, Nick Halkes, Leah Riches, Richard Russell:
XL for keeping the core.