1 Aug 2010
Peter Hook - The Hacienda EP 
Foruli has announced details of the EP that Hooky has recorded for inclusion with the forthcoming limited edition version of his book The Hacienda: How Not to Run a Club.

The Hacienda EP was recorded by Peter Hook and Phil Murphy in 2010 and will be released on 4 October 2010 as part of the boxed set which will include a signed & numbered book, 10" vinyl record in custom die cut sleeve and a signed art print. It's a limited edition of only 400 Standard copies and 100 Deluxe copies.

Tracklisting

1. Elegiac
2. Later Than You Think
3. The Joyful One
4. The Vikings

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