New Order ‎– Crystal

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Reprise Records ‎– 0-42397, Reprise Records ‎– 9 42397-0
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2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Crystal (Digweed & Muir Bedrock Mix)
Producer [Additional Production] – John Digweed & Nick MuirRemix – Bedrock, Digweed & Muir*
12:53
B Crystal (Lee Coombs Remix)
Remix – Lee Coombs
8:44
C Crystal (Digweed & Muir Bedrock Dub)
Producer [Additional Production] – John Digweed & Nick MuirRemix – Bedrock, Digweed & Muir*
10:33
D1 Crystal (John Creamer & Stephane K Main Remix)
Remix – John Creamer & Stephane K
3:22
D2 Crystal (Creamer K Main Remix)
Remix – Creamer K*
11:25

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Produced for 140 db.
Tracks A & C remixed at Sarm Studios.

Published by Vitalturn Co. Ltd. (PRS). All rights on behalf of Vitalturn Co. Ltd. admin. by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP).
Reprise Records. Warner Music Group. An AOL Time Warner Company.
©℗ 2001 London Records 90 Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 9362-42397-0 3
  • Matrix / Runout: 0-42397-A-SRI
  • Matrix / Runout: 0-42397-B-SRI
  • Matrix / Runout: 0-42397-C-SRI
  • Matrix / Runout: 0-42397-D-SRI

Other Versions (5 of 52) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none New Order Crystal - Bedrock Remixes(CDr, Promo) London Records none Germany 2001 Sell This Version
NXXDJ8 New Order Crystal (Lee Coombs Remixes)(12", Promo) London Records NXXDJ8 UK 2001 Sell This Version
NUOCD8, 0927 40551 2 New Order Crystal(CD) London Records, London Records NUOCD8, 0927 40551 2 UK & Europe 2001 Sell This Version
NCDJ8 New Order Crystal(CDr, Single, Promo, Pap) London Records NCDJ8 UK 2001 Sell This Version
NUOX8, 0927 403190 New Order Crystal (Bedrock Remixes)(12") London Records, London Records NUOX8, 0927 403190 UK & Europe 2001 Sell This Version

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moonmaniac

moonmaniac

July 17, 2005
edited over 7 years ago
Bedrock's remix is boring and takes the track no where, an overly long progressive house tune with no proper structure, it still boggles my mind how this got much support. Creamer & K's went for their usual darker progressive house schtick but kept it fairly interesting. Lee Coombs however stole the show with his tribal influenced driving breaks rendition. Coombs used the source material to great use and kept the guitar from the original and Peter Hook's bassline.

Hook who has been famously quoted saying "None of these bloody remixers ever use my bass lines. I put in all this time and effort yet they use Bernard's vocals but they don't bloody use my bass". I'm sure he was happy when Coombs used his bass.