14 Jul 2004
New Order vs 808 State 
808state.com reports an interesting forthcoming release on Rephlex - acid house remixes of classic New Order tunes 'Blue Monday' and 'Confusion'. The mixes date from 1988 and the Mark I 808 line-up which included Gerald Simpson (A Guy Called Gerald). The single acts as a taster for the album 'Prebuild (Acid House)' which is due for release on 27 September (CAT 807 LP/CD).

The details

New Order Acid House Remixes by 808 State (1988)

UK 2004 12" Rephlex CAT 806 EP
Expected release date: 13 September 2004

Side A: 07:46 New Order "Blue Monday" So Hot Mix by 808 State
Side B: 04:55 New Order "Confusion" Acid House Mix by 808 State

Thanks to Mike.

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