Written by:
Mark E Smith, Julia Nagle, Adam Helal, Nev Wilding, Tom Head
 
Initial release:
The Unutterable, Eagle Records  EAGCD164
 
Date:
6 November 2000
 
Subsequent reissues:
Select, January 2001, Select magazine, January 2001 (free CD with Select magazine)
All Tomorrow's Parties 2.0, All Tomorrow's Parties ATPRCD3, 6 May 2002 (various artists compilation)
Cog Sinister/Voiceprint  Fall999SIN 7"; July 2004 (lDemo version: limited issue of 400 copies)
Punk!, Prism Leisure PLATCD1309; 2004 (various artists compilation)
The Fall Box Set 1976-2007, Castle/Sanctuary CMXBX1558 CD; 10 September 2007 (Demo version)
 
 
Official live versions:
Touch Sensitive Bootleg Box Set, Castle/Sanctuary CMYBX752; 14 July 2003 (5 versions; first recorded at The Knitting Factory, New York; 23 November 2001; second recorded at The Crocodile Factory, Seattle; 20 November 2001; third recorded at Patronaat, Harlaam; 6 April 2001; fourth recorded at Melkweg, Amsterdam; 7 April 2001; fifth recorded at Concorde 2, Brighton; 17 April 2001)
Live at The ATP Festival - 28 April 2002, Hip Priest/Voiceprint HIPP018 CD; 19 February 2007 (recorded as per album title; CD is the soundtrack to the DVD release Access All Areas Volume 2 - DVD2)
 
DVD releases:
A Touch Sensitive - Live. Secret Records SECDVD101; 8 March 2004 (Recorded at King George's Hall, Blackburn, 22 September 2002)
Access All Areas, Volume 2, Hip Priest/Voiceprint HIPP003DVD; 15 November 2004 (Recorded at All Tomorrows Parties festival 2002, Camber Sands 28 April 2002)

Group on initial recording:
Mark E Smith - vocals; Julia Nagle - keyboards; Tom Head - drums; Neville Wilding - guitar; Adam Helas - bass 
 
First played live:
23 March 2000 York
 
 
Last played live:
21 November 2002 Camden, London
 
 
Number of known performances:
66
 
 
Commentary:
Julia Nagle on the track (from press release for the album The Unutterable): "Second track is Two Librans, and is a thrashy kind of vibe, with M.E.S. in snarly mode. Neville Wilding is the man behind this tune - he wrote it, and it's typical of his guitar style."
The demo version doesn't have the Oprah Winfrey lyric, showing it was added later.
 
Link:
Video by Pascal Le Gras, for which he was never paid by the record company (according to Julia Nagle/Adamson): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUkfIdJVf2Y