13 Mar 2013
Love and Hate [FBN 45 CD] tracks 
The full tracklisting for the upcoming Factory Benelux edition of Section 25's Love and Hate has been confirmed.

Love and Hate FBN 45 CD

The original album is supplemented by 7 bonus tracks including both Bad News Week remixes by Bernard Sumner (from FAC 157), Crazy Wisdom (a Sumner/Dojo production from FBN 45) plus previously-unreleased demos and remixes.

Tracklisting

1. Sweet Forgiveness
2. Conquer Me
3. Sprinkling Petals Into Hell
4. The Last Man in Europe
5. Bad News Week
6. Tim Lick My Knees
7. Shit Creek No Paddle
8. Warhead
9. Carcrash
10. Crazy Wisdom
11. The Guitar Waltz
12. Bad News Week (12” Mix)
13. Bad News Week (Cough Mix)
14. Warhead (Retro Mix)
15. Crazy Wisdom (demo)
16. Boogie Beat (Retro Mix)

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