- Black Sheep Hit: "Wake Up Boo!" is uncharacteristically jolly, and the parent album Wake Up! (a number one and easily their biggest seller) gets very little love these days.
- Creator Backlash: Carr and Sice both reckon fan favourite "I Hang Suspended" was mere Album Filler. Their commentaries on the Giant Steps reissue website also reveal a shared dislike of "Spun Around", while Carr says "'One Is For' is shite."
- Executive Meddling: Carr admits that this usually made their records stronger, and that he regrets the times he resisted it (such as when he insisted on "Free Huey" as the lead single from Kingsize, when Alan McGee wanted anything but "Free Huey", basically).
- Keep Circulating the Tapes: Ichabod & I had one official release, vinyl-only, 500 copies. The band seemed to regard it as Old Shame though one track, "Catweazle", was eventually included on the career-spanning Find the Way Out compilation.
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