|Release Date||October 6th, 1992|
|Formats||CD, cassette, vinyl, MiniDisc|
- Included many tracks performed by Sterling Campbell on percussion, despite Grant Young being the lead percussionist at the time.
- Its cover features the motif Fate Descends Towards the River Leading Two Innocent Children by Czech photographer Jan Saudek that was featured in the book Life, Love, Death & Other Such Trifles.
- Was certified double platinum (2 million copies sold) in 1993 and has since gone triple platinum.
- Peaked at #11 on the Billboard 200 chart.
- Peaked at #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.
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|Additional Engineering||Eric Anderson, Pachyderm Discs and Bruce Robb, Cherokee|
|Additional Recording||River Sound, New York; Pachyderm Discs, Cannon Falls, Minnesota; and Cherokee Studios, Los Angeles|
|Art Direction and Design||Francesca Restrepo|
|Assistant Mix Engineering||Steve Sisco, Craig Doubet|
|Assistant Recording Engineering||Dan Gellert, David Michael Dill, Bill Smith|
|Band Photography||Scott Wippermann|
|Front Cover Photograph||Jan Saudek, from the book Love, Life, Death & Other Such Trifles|
|Management||Addis/Wechsler & Associates, Los Angeles, California|
|Mastering||Wally Traugott at Capitol|
|Mixing||Andy Wallace, except The Sun Maid mixed by David Leonard, at Quantum, New Jersey and Scream, Los Angeles|
|Recorded||At the Powerstation, New York|
|Special Guest Appearances||Booker T. Jones (Hammond B3 organ); Sterling Campbell (percussion); Michael Beinhorn (glockenspiel and celeste); Gary Louris and Kraig Johnson of the Golden Smog Choir (background vocals on April Fool and Keep It Up; strings on The Sun Maid performed by the Meridian String Quartet; strings arranged by David Pirner, Michael Beinhorn and Sonny Kompanek; conducted by Sonny Kompanek|
Gary Louris appears courtesy of Dep American Records
Kraig Johnson appears courtesy of Run Westy Run