25 Feb 2015
The Wake - Here Comes Everybody [FBN 35 CD] 
The Wake - Here Comes Everybody [FBN 35 CD]

'Here Comes Everybody', the 1985 album by acclaimed Factory band The Wake, will be re-released in a special remastered double disc 30th anniversary CD edition by Factory Benelux on 4 May 2015. Comprising the entire original album plus time-appropriate singles Talk About The Past and Of The Matter, radio session tracks, the Something That No-One Else Could Bring E.P. and seven (count 'em) unreleased demos from 1988-90 this is indeed a very special package.

And that's not all pop-pickers...

Captured Tracks, the specialist boutique vinyl re-releasers, will be putting out a double vinyl edition very soon and the Sarah Records back catalogue is also set for long-overdue re-release later in the year.

Enjoy!

Here Comes Everybody 2CD [FBN 35 CD] Tracklisting

CD1

1. O Pamela
2. Send Them Away
3. Sail Through
4. Melancholy Man
5. World Of Her Own
6. Torn Calendar
7. All I Asked You To Do
8. Here Comes Everybody
9. Talk About the Past (7" version)
10. Of the Matter
11. Talk About the Past (radio session)
12. Rise and Shine (radio session)
13. Make You Understand (radio session)

14. The Calendar (radio session)

15. Torn Calendar (dub version)
16. Everybody Works So Hard (7" version)

CD2

1. Gruesome Castle
2. Pale Spectre
3. Furious Sea
4. Plastic Flowers
5. Hated Forsaken (demo)
6. English Rain (demo)
7. The Plastic Flowers (demo)
8. Bob's Empty Head (demo)
9. Are They Chaste? (demo)
10. Crush the Flowers (demo)
11. Carbrain (demo)
12. Pale Spectre (7" edit)
13. Talk About the Past (12" version)

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

One of the most achingly gorgeous, atmospheric and under-appreciated albums of the 1980s. The melodies are just dreamy in their melancholy and beauty.... it's The Wake's crowning achievement for sure and it's so gratifying to know that at long last it has been getting the belated recognition and appreciation from both critics and new bands alike who have taken to citing as an influence, and indeed revisiting, its fragile synth-driven elegies that occasionally soar right up into the stratosphere.

08/06/2015, 23:50

 

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