This love song to Ecstasy finds a tripped out Bobby Gillespie claiming to have achieved enlightenment through the drug. He told Q magazine in 2016: "We released that as a statement, knowing it wouldn't be a hit. It's a piece of art."
The run-out groove message "I get mine for 15's" refers to the £15 discount Gillespie paid for £20 worth of Ecstasy.
The song samples from "Wah Wah Man" a 1971 track by U.S. soul and jazz instrumental musical ensemble the Young-Holt Unlimited Trio.
The lyrics for "Mary, Did You Know?" were written by Christian singer and comedian Mark Lowry, after his pastor asked him to write a Christmas musical for their church. Southern gospel musician Buddy Greene later added music to his words.
"The Night Chicago Died" was written and recorded by the British group Paper Lace. They talk about Al Capone in the song, but got a lot of details wrong - understandable since they wrote it based on gangster movies.
Until December 5, 1998, a song had to be issued as a single to make the Hot 100. Aaliyah's "Try Again" was the first tune to top the chart based on airplay alone, without any sales figures being included.
Ariana Grande's collaboration with Zedd, "Break Free" came about after the Russian-German producer overheard Grande performing at a label showcase while he was backstage, and he mentioned to his team that he wanted to work with her.