The second track on this single, "Deadwood", is a masterpiece pairing of sampled drum loops and Bowie-like acoustic guitars. It's about telling a lover that the "fire" is gone. Shirley Manson refers to the lover as "deadwood", and the chorus goes: "I don't need you anymore; I can't use you anymore." This song is better than any track on Version 2.0 (except for "Wicked Ways"). Why the hell didn't they put this on the album? The third track on this disc is "Afterglow", a bizarre, spooky track complete with an upright bass and a string section. The instrumentation is sparse, adding to the gloom of the song. It's about a stud who fizzles out and becomes a reclusive loser. Not too uplifting, but still a brilliant track. Wrapping it all up, this is a great single, well worth the money. It is impeccably produced, as we've some to expect from the genius of Butch Vig, who I think is the George Martin of the 90's. If you don't have this, get it!