28 Jul 2013
The Wake - Harmony FBN 29 double vinyl LP 
The Wake - Harmony FBN 29 double vinyl LP

Factory Benelux is set to release a new double vinyl edition of Harmony, the debut album by The Wake, originally released by Factory Records at FACT 60 in December 1982.

Bonus tracks on this special edition 2LP include the Factory Benelux single Something Outside b/w Host, as well as their John Peel session from July 1983.

The Harmony double vinyl edition is released on 28 October 2013.

Tracklisting

Side 1

1. Judas
2. Testament
3. Patrol
4. The Old Men

Side 2

1. Favour
2. Heartburn
3. An Immaculate Conception
4. Chance

Side 3

1. Something Outside
2. Host

Side 4

1. The Drill (Peel session)
2. Uniform (Peel session)
3. Here Comes Everybody (Peel session)

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