9 Apr 2011
EX-FAC Record Store Day reissues 
Joy Division, New Order and The Wake are all celebrating this year's Record Store Day with special vinyl re-releases:

1. New Order / Joy Division

Ceremony / In A Lonely Place

New Order:

a: Ceremony (Original Version)
b: In A Lonely Place (12" Version)

Joy Division:

a: Ceremony (Previously released Heart & Soul rehearsal version)
b: In A Lonely Place (Unreleased take from a recording of a Joy Division rehearsal session)

All tracks remastered by Stephen Morris and Frank Arkwright 2011. Design by Studio Parris Wakefield after the original design by Peter Saville. Limited edition of 500 copies via Rhino.

2. The Wake

Special Pack

THREE RECORDS IN ONE OVERSIZED PACKAGE! 100 available. The singles are:

CT-103 The Wake On Our Honeymoon 7" Reissue

a: On Our Honeymoon
b: Give Up

CT-104 The Wake Crush The Flowers 7" Reissue

a: Crush The Flowers
b: Carbrain

CT-105 Gruesome Flowers: A Tribute To The Wake 7"

a: Beach Fossils - Plastic Flowers
b: Wild Nothing - Gruesome Castle

via Captured Tracks

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