Written by:
Mark E Smith, Julia Nagle, Adam Helal, Nev Wilding, Tom Head
Initial release:
The Unutterable, Eagle Records  EAGCD164
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:
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.
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