The tracks are all titled using the photographic images rather than words.
The track, which is very similar to the original, was titled "Lady '95".
One example that stands out is a mid-1960s track titled "Take Six."
This is due to having a number of tracks titled after Hitchcock movies.
The album included 12 tracks and a hidden track titled "Knock on my door."
It is included as the third track on their eponymously titled second studio album.
The song was also to be followed by the 10-second track titled "Success," but it was ultimately dropped.
The track is titled as four parts, on Ummagumma.
A four track promotional disc simply titled Sampler was also released in 2002.
They played a new track titled "Come inside".