· Must Be Destroyed title makes reference to 1969 horror film Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed.
· The album was the first new studio release since the Wildhearts broke up in 1997 and reformed in 2001. Rumors indicated that the album would feature the same line-up as the 1993 album Earth Vs The Wildhearts, and that line-up did indeed reform in 2001.
· Three singles were released in the UK with some chart success: "Vanilla Radio", "So Into You" and "Top of the World". The B-sides from various versions of these singles later appeared on the compilations Riff After Riff After Motherfucking Riff and Coupled With.
· These 2 CD collections contains all the B-sides from the era and the booklet contains notes by Classic Prog's Jerry Ewing and features extensive artwork with photos and memorabilia from the era; all approved by Ginger himself.
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