21 Apr 2010
A 10" Factory Sample 
Some of you may have been lucky enough to secure a copy of the recent 10" sampler issued by Warners on Record Store Day last Saturday. The 4-track vinyl sampler featured four tracks taken from last years 4CD Factory Records Communications 1978-1992 box set. 750 copies only exist.

Tracklisting

Joy Division - Transmission
New Order - Ceremony (Original Version)
The Durutti Column - Sketch For Summer
Happy Mondays - Hallelujah (Club Mix)

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5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

and in a terrible shock, it features the re-recorded version of Ceremony. How is it that every New Order related product released seems to be error prone?

22/04/2010, 09:46

 
Anonymous cerysmatic said...

The box set itself also lists Ceremony (Original Version) so presumably it's wrong on there too. If anyone has this item and could scan the cover I'll create a page for it. cheeers.

22/04/2010, 12:34

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nope, in a strange Factory-esque twist they got it right on the box set.

22/04/2010, 14:06

 
Anonymous pkrpmusic said...

Sister Ray had 5 copies only - I was 37th in the queue. Therefore, greddy scum on eBay got there first.

22/04/2010, 21:54

 
Anonymous pkrpmusic said...

That was meant to say greedy by the way....

22/04/2010, 21:55

 

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