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|1.||"It was recorded almost by accident"||1:45|
|2.||Watching The Detectives||3:46|
|3.||"It was the ballad of This Year's Model"||0:55|
|4.||Little Triggers (iTunes Originals Version)||3:31|
|5.||"It has Mick Jones of the Clash playing guitar"||0:30|
|7.||"It was about people meeting in the night at a hotel, not a complicated story"||1:22|
|8.||Motel Matches (iTunes Originals Version)||2:23|
|9.||"It's a more regretful song"||1:22|
|11.||"It was more the expression came to mind"||0:59|
|12.||Kid About It (iTunes Originals Version)||3:21|
|13.||"I told a tale, which you have to listen to the lyrics"||0:59|
|14.||Man Out Of Time||5:27|
|15.||"An example of one of those songs that nearly got away"||1:00|
|16.||Love Field (iTunes Originals Version)||4:48|
|17.||"The main body of the song is very repetitive, it's supposed to be like that"||1:18|
|18.||I Want You||6:44|
|19.||"I'm glad to get the opportunity to put the word to the fore"||1:55|
|20.||Invasion Hit Parade (iTunes Originals Version)||4:33|
|21.||"It's kind of a gospel song"||1:36|
|22.||Bedlam (Nashville Alternate Version)||4:49|
|23.||"It's more of the idea that we are in a flow towards a way of living"||1:41|
|24.||The River In Reverse (iTunes Originals Version)||4:29|
- This set was released in the US 2007-06-19 exclusively as an iTunes download. It is unclear whether it will also appear in non-US iTunes stores. The music tracks can be purchased individually, but the interview tracks are only available by buying the whole set.
- As of 27 June 2007, this set is not available at the Australian iTunes store.
- Little Triggers, Motel Matches, Kid About It, Love Field, Invasion Hit Parade, and The River In Reverse are new solo versions recorded in Vancouver in March 2007.
- Watching The Detectives, Big Tears, Riot Act, Man Out Of Time, and I Want You are the familiar studio recordings. Bedlam (Nashville Alternate Version) is the same alternate mix which previously appeared on iTunes as the "Frankincense/Nashville Mix."
- The odd-numbered tracks have Elvis talking about the songs.