Out of the 11 tracks (12 if we’re talking about the 1994 re-issue) the oldest would be Love U Til I Don’t, the origins of which can be traced back to the very first Wild Hearts demos. Here is a demo version featuring original singer, Snake, plucked from the archived. It sounds quite different to the version on the album although you might be familiar with the chorus.
With thanks to Steve Coombe for uploading the track.
The following article is an extract from an old issue of Raw magazine, written by Howard Johnson. Thanks to Wayne McCrory for the scans.
“I remember writing ‘Caffeine Bomb’ really clearly,” explains Ginger. “It was late ’93 and I’d woken up in the middle of the afternoon with the kind of hangover that makes you think death is preferable. My head was throbbing and I had to get rid of it by any means possible.”