15 Apr 2015
Perfect Motion from Caroline True Records 
Perfect Motion - Jon Savage's Secret History of Second-Wave Psychedelia 1988-93

Caroline True Records presents "Perfect Motion: Jon Savage's Secret History of Second-Wave Psychedelia 1988-93" in a special limited edition double 12" vinyl gatefold sleeve deluxe package with full inner sleeves and liner notes. There's also a digital download code. Plus there's a free Baggy Mystery Mix CD with first 100 copies bought direct from the CTR Webstore. The complete package is priced 18.99 GBP.

The featured artists (including a heavy contingent from Factory and Madchester/Baggy camps) include Electronic, Northside, 808 State, The Stone Roses, Shack, Pet Shop Boys, Primal Scream, Sabres of Paradise, Joi, DHS, Sly & Lovechild and Deee-Lite.

The full tracklisting is:

Side one

Shack - I Know You Well (Extended 12" Mix) 5' 35"
The High - Box Set Go 3' 54"
Primal Scream - Slip inside This House 5' 17"
Northside - Take 5 (12" Mix) 4' 10"

Side two

PSB - The Sound of the Atom Splitting 5' 13"
Deee-Lite - What is Love? (Holographic Goatee Mix) 4' 08"
Electronic - Get the Message (DNA Groove Mix) 5' 27"
Sly & Lovechild - The World According To Sly & Lovechild (Soul of Europe Mix) 8' 20"

Side three

Joi - A Desert Storm 6' 28"
808 State - Let Yourself Go (D50 Mix) 4' 52"
DHS- Number 9 Bad Acid 4' 28"
St Etienne Featuring Q-Tee - Filthy 5' 32"

Side four

The Stone Roses - Full Fathom Five (CD Version) 3' 18"
Sabres of Paradise - Clock Factory 14' 44"

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