- Issued a month before the album, Love Song was a taster for things
to come, although it would've been familar to those who'd seen the band during the short
US and Canadian tour.
- Love Song was recorded and mixed for the single. The band were still getting
the album into shape, and hadn't decided on running order, lyrics or even
track lengths. Given this confusion, it isn't surprising that a sticker on some 12" releases promised Extended Versions
(when at the end of the day, only the album and an edit version turned up).
- Whilst Love Song was being mixed, Mick was jamming
away in a corner of the studio, and suddenly chanced upon the chords for This Earth That You Walk Upon.
- They immediately recorded his jam as a two-track demo, and then went about recording it as the single's B-side.
- After release, the band decided to give This Earth That You Walk Upon lyrics, and it was
the new vocal recording which graced the album. This is why the labels on the single
never indicated that this version of This Earth That You Walk Upon was an instrumental.
- Although only issued on two formats in the UK, a rare,
collectable promo turned up in Spain.