In 1999 Alan Dunn approached Fiona Banner to create a new work for The Liverpool Billboard Project he was co-organising with Godfrey Burke. The work LOVE DOUBLE listed every English-language song title that began with the words I LOVE YOU. Ten years later Dunn approached Banner with the idea for this new collaboration using the spare copy of LOVE DOUBLE that had languished in Dunn's attic. More of a subtraction that collaboration, the artists remove the word LOVE from each title and present it stapled to the walls of a former Chocolate Shop in Headingley, Leeds, October 2009, part of the MANMADE exhibition put together by Paul Ashton, featuring Mark Whitford, Damian Hirst, Simeon Barclay and Bubba Gump.