3 Nov 2008
Human Noise 
Out now on Caroline True Records:

Human Noise 7" single
Fred Deakin (Lemon Jelly) Impotent Fury Remixes

Manicured Noise
The Human League

Very Limited, White Vinyl Numbered 7" (500 copies) with unique artwork by Fred Deakin (Airside/Lemon Jelly).

A - Manicured Noise - Moscow 1980 (Impotent Fury Remix)
B - The Human League - The Dignity Of Labour Part 3 (Impotent Fury Remix)

In 2007 Fred Deakin, acclaimed electronic musician (Lemon Jelly), designer and DJ, selected Moscow 1980 from the Northern Stories 1978/80 album for his Triptyche mix set. A mutual affection between CTR and Fred for the Post-punk era was apparent. Very shortly afterwards came the lucky and unexpected unearthing of the long lost master tapes for the first Manicured Noise single, originally released in '80. Moscow was a double A side with Metronome.

Fred has reworked the track into a Nu-Balearic storm, infused with the spirit of the Thrashing Doves. The track recently gained much attention after BBCR1 play on a Rob-Da-Bank Nu-Balearic special.

On the B side is Fred's fluid interpretation of an early Human League cut, plucked from obscurity and crafted for the tail end of another turbulent decade.

The release comes in a special sleeve featuring original artwork by Fred.

Very Limited and Very Lovely.

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Only 150 copies available by Mail Order:

Orders placed now will be despatched as soon as possible before the official release date Monday 17 November 2008. This single is not available on ebay or Amazon.

5.99 GBP inc UK P+P
6.25 GBP Europe-Airmail
6.75 GBP USA/Asia-Airmail

Please pay paypal:

jkertland@yahoo.co.uk

Or: UK Cheque/PO

J Kertland
31 Albert St
Shrewsbury
SY1 2HT
UK

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