22 Dec 2004
NMC/Get Back have reissued FAC 2.61 (JOY DIVISION: Les Bains Douches) as a "mid-price" LP on good old-fashioned vinyl. It's available in three different packages: a double LP, and single LPs comprising Vol 1. and Vol 2. In addition, all variations have initial pressings in red vinyl.



2xLP: IT 2004 (NMC Music FACT 2.61/Get Back get 90079)



Disorder

Love Will Tear Us Apart

Insight

Shadowplay

Transmission

Day Of The Lords

24 Hours

These Days

A Means to an End

Passover

New Dawn Fades

Atrocity Exhibition

Digital

Dead Souls

Autosuggestion

Atmosphere



LP: IT 2004 (NMC Music FACT 2.61/Get Back get 90079-1) Vol. 1



Disorder

Love Will Tear Us Apart

Insight

Shadowplay

Transmission

Day Of The Lords

24 Hours

These Days

A Means to an End



LP: IT 2004 (NMC Music FACT 2.61/Get Back get 90079-2) Vol. 2



Passover

New Dawn Fades

Atrocity Exhibition

Digital

Dead Souls

Autosuggestion

Atmosphere



Thanks to OMNY for info.

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