A Certain Ratio ‎– I'd Like To See You Again

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Factory ‎– FACT 65, Factory ‎– Fact 65
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Tracklist

A1 Touch 5:05
A2 Saturn 3:46
A3 Hot Knights 3:51
A4 I'd Like To See You Again 5:11
B1 Show Case 3:10
B2 Sesamo Apriti - Corco Vada 3:51
B3 Axis 6:25
B4 Guess Who 4:58

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Credits

Notes

Sleeve picture shows band members in the Factory club the Haçienda.
Produced at Revolution Studios Cheadle Hulme
Published by The Movement of 24th January

Duration of A4 wrongly listed as 5:71(!) on the back cover

Run-out groove notations:
Side A: DON'T YOU DANCE
Side B: YOU MISSED YOUR CHANCE

Includes yellow printed inner sleeve, listing 'ACR Personnel'
'WARNING! This recording may cause offence to people with limited thrill capacity.'

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - Variation 1): FACT-65-A1 TOWNHOUSE M.T. 3 18:08
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - Variation 1): FACT-65-B-1 TOWNHOUSE M.T 3 18:39
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - Variation 2): FACT-65-A1 M.T.1 18:08 TOWN HOUSE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - Variation 2): FACT-65-B-1 M.T2 18:39 TOWN HOUSE

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LTMCD 2438 A Certain Ratio I'd Like To See You Again(CD, Album) LTM (4) LTMCD 2438 UK 2005 Sell This Version
FBN 17 CD A Certain Ratio I'd Like To See You Again(CD, Album, RE) Factory Benelux FBN 17 CD UK 2013 Sell This Version
VR 22426, Fact 65 A Certain Ratio I'd Like To See You Again(LP, Album) Factory, Factory VR 22426, Fact 65 Netherlands 1982 Sell This Version
FACT 65 A Certain Ratio I'd Like To See You Again(LP, Album) Base Record, Factory FACT 65 Italy 1982 Sell This Version
CREV 025CD A Certain Ratio I'd Like To See You Again(CD, Album, RE) Rev-Ola CREV 025CD UK 1994 Sell This Version

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outdoorminer

outdoorminer

July 17, 2011
This outing leaves behind the atmospheric, subtle textures of Sextet and veers into more traditional 80's jazz-funk and disco territory aiming directly at the Hacienda dance-floor. Lyrically it also reverts to type even including cheesy 'Work that body' refrains. What they have gained in musical proficiency - particularly the dexterous slap-bass and undulating percussion patterns, they seem to have somehow lost in creative direction. It's certainly a long way from 'To Each'...
necnac

necnac

August 23, 2002

ACR is going all Funky, Dubby and druggy on this one with a lot of horny lyrics added to it. Very daring in a period when hip music always sounded gloomy and dark. This is one of their best sessions ever and it still sounds fresh and crispy today. A perfect example of straight up Funky Dancemusic from a band who always have been influenced by all styles of Dance. Hence the cover of the record where ACR is shown in a club (the Hacienda).
Harry_X

Harry_X

August 16, 2002
ACR has gone disco now. They still use funk and brazilian hectic percussion, but this LP seems to be the weakest of their early-80-series. But still it has something...