Some editions list the last track as "Sangre y Ritmo" instead of "Temple Bar".
An Australian pressing of the CD lists the track at 4:57, but the song actually runs the full 5:18.
The back cover listed the third track simply as a live version of "An Cat Dubh".
Some copies list the second track as just "November Hotel" (without "All Alone").
This Must Be Pop listed the track as their no.1 single of November to coincide with its UK release.
The magazine listed the track at number 3 in their single of the year list for 1999.
The later CD versions list the track on the sleeve.
The UK edition, issued on the now-defunct Big Cat label, did not list the 4th track on its sleeve.
The early 12" single sleeves list the track "Experiments In Vertical Take Off" , but this song was never written.
However, the digital version of Reality lists the track under its original title of "Krazy".