The New Order ‎– Bradford Red Light District

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Come Organisation ‎– WDC 881011
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The cover credits Genesis O. -Orridge with the liner notes and as a member of the group, but he is not involved in this release in any way.

Limited to 600 copies. Paste on cover.
The run out etchings are "A Porkey Prime Cut" and WDC 88-1011-A and -B
Some later pressing of the Come Organisation records have "Spanish labels", as on this release, printed "CARA B.12 CANCIONES COMPUESTAS Y CANTA DAS CARA"

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tsanakas

tsanakas

February 26, 2018
The New Order was a one off release mostly consisting of a field recording. The name was most likely chosen to protest the pop group New Order using that name (it was originally the name of a post-Stooges group) and cause confusion. Likewise, William Bennett added extra names to the cover. Genesis P-Orridge was certainly not involved, and was very mad about the release - making it a point to visit shops and destroy the covers. Though it is NOT questionable whether Steven Stapleton was actually involved in the release either. Fragments from the sessions can indeed be heard on the 150 Murderous Passions LP and on Nurse With Wound's Insect And Individual Silenced LP.
saxroma1

saxroma1

December 8, 2017
Recorded at absolutely no personal risk by the 'big, hard' Philip Best – walking around, not Bradford, but the rather less edgy Marble Arch. Tosser.
mohammedpuss

mohammedpuss

October 6, 2015
In relation to the statement concerning the participants, I can assure you that Steven Stapleton is most definitely on this album. Also, fragments from the sessions can be heard on the 150 Murderous Passions album and on Nurse With Wound's Insect And Individual Silenced.