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(now Chennai) as its headquarters. Tipu conquered the region and the British conquered it from him. Under the British, the region was organised into the districts of North Canara and South Canara respectively. The release of the new album also brought the re-issue of ''Nights of Passed Over'', a 256-page, hard-cover book of all the lyrics to Kozelek's solo songs, Red House Painters' songs, and Sun Kil Moon's songs. It also features setlists, handwritten lyrics, and a preface by Kozelek himself. The original edition of this book was released in 2002 in Portugal, and featured all the lyrics up to that point, printed in both English and Portuguese. The updated edition spans to his current Sun Kil Moon days, and the book also includes a 12-track bonus CD, titled ''Nights LP'', featuring live and rare versions of songs dated 1996 to 2007. The edition is sold exclusively on his label's (Caldo Verde Records) website link and is limited to 2,500 copies. 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and Canada. The European version includes a Greek (Greek Language) rendition of "Home Again" and extra live tracks recorded at a press show in Solingen, Germany. CD 2 of the special '''Limited Edition''' leather-bound hard-cover package includes two bonus tracks: an acoustic "Fires At Midnight" and "Home Again" sung in Greek (Greek Language). The album's title is a homage to the 16th century English folk song "Pastime with Good Company"