All lyrics and musiс written by Mike Scalzi, except 7 (music by Mike Scalzi, Angelo Tringali), 8 (written by Horslips), 12 (music by Angelo Tringali), 13 (written by Mark Shelton
Operatic vocals on "Insomnia" by Dan Cilli and Mike Scalzi.
Hardworlder was produced by Mike Scalzi and Justin Phelps, engineered by Justin Phelps at Hyde Street Studios, San Francisco; additional engineering by Raymond Ruiz; mastered by Justin Weis at Trakworx, South San Francisco.
Several leaked versions of the album have track 7, "Galactic Nomad" wrongly labeled as "Angelo's Song", and track 12, "Whirling Vortex" as "The Death of Dr. Universe". The titles shown here are the correct ones.
Released by Cruz del Sur Music as promo CD in cardboard sleeve and regular jewel case CD (cat. # CRUZ24). Released by Iron Kodex Records
on June 13th, 2008 as 12" vinyl (cat. # IK002), limited to 525 copies, each copy coming in a 350g heavy cardboard gatefold sleeve, including an two-sided full colour insert and sticker. The first 100 copies come as the "Gully Foyle" edition. They are pressed in yellow/orange sunburst vinyl and include one artcard signed individually to the buyer's name and a 16 page re-print of the first comic adaption of "The Stars My Destination" ever, originally painted by Stan Pitt, one of the most renowned cartoon artists (Marvel, DC Comics, etc.) in 1967 and issued only in a handful of copies. Also test press limited to 5 copies.