In terms of the sum of what was going on at the time, she made no mention of Oasis’ Heathen Chemistry (07/01/02); in comparison to what she selected, it simply did not come out nearly as strongly; her presentation was too longwinded as it was and needed to make the point. As well as having a title that happened to appropriately link to one of the albums where the feedback loop had appeared to resonate in spades (hence the allusion to chemistry), it happened to possess “Stop Crying Your Heart Out” (which is what she was actually doing in her “spare time”), “Songbird” (in keeping with the songbird analogy most appropriated by Nick Cave), “Little by Little”, “(Probably) All in the Mind” and “Born on a Different Cloud”.
Heathen Chemistry had a further sense of context thanks to the likes of Go Let it Out’s “Sister Psychosis” (Psyche being a feminine personification of the soul in Greek mythos). This had not been their first appearance, and what it allowed in terms of continuity at this point was that she could begin to speculate about former tracks, like “Wonderwall” and actually a great deal more (“My Sister Lover”, was a B-side from Be Here Now (08/21/97), which was definitely one of those albums in question, along with (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? (10/02/95)). The songs were in a minority and possessed none what she would consider “specifics” she could consider, but they had been remarkably consistent.