without Internet Explorer,
in 1280 x 960 resolution
|Ed Warby||Drums (track 1)|
|Arjen Anthony Lucassen||Vocals, Guitars (tracks 1, 2, 3), Bass (tracks 1, 2), Keyboards (tracks 1, 2)|
|Cleem Determeijer||Keyboards (track 3)|
|Peter Vink||Bass (track 3)|
|Joost van den Broek||All instruments (track 4)|
|James LaBrie||Vocals (track 1)|
|Heather Findlay||Vocals (track 2)|
|Heather Findlay||Lyrics, Songwriting (track 2)|
|Iain Jennings||Recording (vocals) (track 2)|
Liner notes and credits:
1. Come Back to Me (single remix of "Day Seven: Hope"
Mixed and edited especially for the videoclip. This version is slightly longer than the original version.
2. August Fire
Originally written for The Human Equation. Music and lyrics by Heather Findlay. Vocals recorded by Iain Jennings at the Bat Cave.
3. When I'm Sixty-Four (Beatles' cover)
A cover version of the Beatles' classic. Recorded on an old tape recorder over 10 years prior to the date of its release by Arjen Lucassen and Cleem Determeijer. New instruments are added. Snippets of dozens of Beatles songs hidden in the arrangement. Published by Northern Songs Ltd.
4. Back 2 Me (dance-mix by two maniacs)
Originally intended as a joke sent to Arjen by Joost van den Broek (Star One), having sampled the theme of "Day Seven: Hope". A full version is made by v/d Broek upon Arjen's request, confessing to have liked it so much.
5. Come Back to Me [video]
Directed by Dirk Zegel, assisted by Elise van der Linden. Filmed by Lex Hulleman.
6. Making of [video]
Filmed by Yvette Boertje, Jolanda Verduijn, Dirk Zegel and Elise van der Linden. Edited by Yvette Boertje.
Mastered at the Electric Castle.
The print on the disc reads "The Ayreons".