New Order ‎– Low-life

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New Order's third album, released in May 1985. The only sleeve with the band actually on the cover, designed by Peter Saville (2). They were photographed individually by using a Polaroid film (the band never really believed those photos would end up on the cover) and the sleeve itself was covered by an onion skin wrapper.

Self-produced and recorded at Jam Studios and Britannia Row Studios in London. Notable are Love Vigilantes (a solid, purely guitar-driven narrative about a soldier presumed dead coming home), Elegia (as featured in the John Hughes movie "Pretty In Pink", but also rumored to be an homage to Ian Curtis), and the two synth-driven dance classics The Perfect Kiss (undoubtedly pop music's only frog sample solo) and Sub-Culture.

Some cassette issues include the The Perfect Kiss 12"

Peaked at #7 in the UK album charts, also ranked:
#50 in NME's list of the "Greatest Albums Of All Time".
#10 among The NME's "50 Greatest Albums Of The '80s": "The perfect rock album you could also dance to...".

In 2008 the album was re-released as 2×CD Collector's Edition set, with the bonus disc containing non-album singles, 12" mixes and b-sides.

Factory Australia's initial CD release was based on imported UK copies with "Factory Records Australia Import" stickers on front jewel case.

Tracklist

Love Vigilantes
The Perfect Kiss
This Time Of Night
Sunrise
Elegia
Sooner Than You Think
Sub-Culture
Face Up

Versions (107)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Fact 100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Factory Fact 100 UK 1985 Sell This Version
262 VG 50121 New Order Low Life(Cass, Album) Factory 262 VG 50121 Greece 1985 Sell This Version
TC-EMC-258, TC-EMC 258, TC EMC 258 New Order Low Life(Cass, Album) EMI, EMI, EMI TC-EMC-258, TC-EMC 258, TC EMC 258 New Zealand 1985 Sell This Version
WB-25289 New Order Low Life(Cass, Album, Promo) Warner Bros. Records WB-25289 US 1985 Sell This Version
EN-304 New Order Low Life(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Thomsun Original EN-304 Saudi Arabia 1985 Sell This Version
YX-7352-AX New Order = ニュー・オーダー* New Order = ニュー・オーダー* - Low-Life = ロウ・ライフ(LP, Album) Factory, Columbia YX-7352-AX Japan 1985 Sell This Version
none New Order Low-Life(Acetate, LP) Qwest Records none US 1985 Sell This Version
33C38-7413 New Order Low-Life(CD, Album) Factory, Columbia 33C38-7413 Japan 1985 Sell This Version
Fact MC 100, FACT MC 100 New Order Low-Life(Cass, Album) Factory, Factory Fact MC 100, FACT MC 100 Sweden 1985 Sell This Version
9 25289-4, 4-25289 New Order Low-Life(Cass, Album, ARC) Qwest Records, Qwest Records 9 25289-4, 4-25289 US 1985 Sell This Version
9 25289-4, 4-25289 New Order Low-Life(Cass, Album, ARC) Qwest Records, Qwest Records 9 25289-4, 4-25289 US 1985 Sell This Version
9 25289-4, 4-25289, C 114730 New Order Low-Life(Cass, Album, Club) Qwest Records, Qwest Records, Qwest Records 9 25289-4, 4-25289, C 114730 US 1985 Sell This Version
9 W4-25289, 4-25289 New Order Low-Life(Cass, Album, Club, Col) Qwest Records, Qwest Records 9 W4-25289, 4-25289 US 1985 Sell This Version
9 25289-4, 4-25289 New Order Low-Life(Cass, Album, SRC) Qwest Records, Qwest Records 9 25289-4, 4-25289 US 1985 Sell This Version
Fact 100 New Order Low-Life(LP, Album) Factory Fact 100 Sweden 1985 Sell This Version
FACT 100 New Order Low-Life(LP, Album) Base Record, Factory FACT 100 Italy 1985 Sell This Version
RTD 30 New Order Low-Life(LP, Album, W/Lbl, Promo) Rough Trade RTD 30 Germany 1985 Sell This Version
Facd 100, FACD 100 New Order Low-life(CD, Album) Factory, Factory Facd 100, FACD 100 UK 1985 Sell This Version
FBNC 100 New Order Low-life(Cass, Album) Factory Benelux FBNC 100 Belgium 1985 Sell This Version
FACD4 21 New Order Low-life(Cass, Album) Factory FACD4 21 Canada 1985 Sell This Version
TC-FACT 100, Fact 100 New Order Low-life(Cass, Album) Factory Records Australasia, Factory TC-FACT 100, Fact 100 Malaysia 1985 Sell This Version
Fact 100c New Order Low-life(Cass, Album) Factory Fact 100c UK 1985 Sell This Version
FACTC 100, Fact 100 New Order Low-life(Cass, Album) Factory Records Australasia, Factory Records Australasia FACTC 100, Fact 100 Australia 1985 Sell This Version
Fact 100c New Order Low-life(Cass, Album + Box) Factory Fact 100c UK 1985 Sell This Version
50366 New Order Low-life(Cass, Album, Blu) Factory, Virgin 50366 France 1985 Sell This Version
50366 New Order Low-life(Cass, Album, Bro) Factory, Virgin 50366 France 1985 Sell This Version
50366 New Order Low-life(Cass, Album, RE) Factory, Virgin 50366 France 1985 Sell This Version
70366, Fact 100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Virgin, Virgin, Factory, Factory 70366, Fact 100 France 1985 Sell This Version
Fact 100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Factory Fact 100 Ireland 1985 Sell This Version
1-25289, FACD 21 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Qwest Records, Qwest Records 1-25289, FACD 21 US 1985 Sell This Version
70366, Fact 100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Factory, Factory 70366, Fact 100 France 1985 Sell This Version
Fbn100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Factory Benelux Fbn100 Benelux 1985 Sell This Version
Fact 100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Factory Records Australasia Fact 100 Australia 1985 Sell This Version
FACT 100, EMC 258 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Factory Records Australasia, Factory Records Australasia FACT 100, EMC 258 New Zealand 1985 Sell This Version
Fbn100, FBN 100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Factory Benelux, Factory Benelux Fbn100, FBN 100 Benelux 1985 Sell This Version
VG-50121, VG 50121, 062-VG 50121, FACT 100, Fact 1 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Factory, Factory, Factory, Factory, Factory VG-50121, VG 50121, 062-VG 50121, FACT 100, Fact 1 Greece 1985 Sell This Version
Fact 100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Factory Fact 100 Israel 1985 Sell This Version
RTD 30, Fact 100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Rough Trade, Factory RTD 30, Fact 100 Germany 1985 Sell This Version
FACD 21 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Factory FACD 21 Canada 1985 Sell This Version
Fact 100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Factory Fact 100 UK 1985 Sell This Version
33 138 L, 33 138, Fact 100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Nuevos Medios, Nuevos Medios, Factory 33 138 L, 33 138, Fact 100 Spain 1985 Sell This Version
Fact 100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Factory Fact 100 Israel 1985 Sell This Version
1-25289, 9 25289-1 New Order Low-life(LP, Album, ARC) Qwest Records, Qwest Records 1-25289, 9 25289-1 US 1985 Sell This Version
1-25289, 9 W1-25289 New Order Low-life(LP, Album, Club) Qwest Records, Qwest Records 1-25289, 9 W1-25289 US 1985 Sell This Version
FACT 100, EMC 258 New Order Low-life(LP, Album, MP) Factory Records Australasia, Factory Records Australasia FACT 100, EMC 258 New Zealand 1985 Sell This Version
1-25289, 9 25289-1 New Order Low-life(LP, Album, Obi) Qwest Records, Qwest Records 1-25289, 9 25289-1 US 1985 Sell This Version
1-25289, 9 25289-1 New Order Low-life(LP, Album, Obi) Qwest Records, Qwest Records 1-25289, 9 25289-1 US 1985 Sell This Version
1-25289, 9 25289-1 New Order Low-life(LP, Album, Promo, Obi) Qwest Records, Qwest Records 1-25289, 9 25289-1 US 1985 Sell This Version
YX-7352-AX, YX-7352 New Order Low-life(LP, Album, Promo, Obi) Factory, Columbia, Factory, Columbia YX-7352-AX, YX-7352 Japan 1985 Sell This Version
FBN 100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album, TP) Factory Benelux FBN 100 Belgium 1985 Sell This Version
FAC 100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album, TP) Factory FAC 100 UK 1985 Sell This Version
70366 New Order Low-life(LP, Album, TP) Factory 70366 France 1985 Sell This Version
Fact 100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album, W/Lbl) Factory Fact 100 UK 1985 Sell This Version
Fact 100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album, W/Lbl) Factory Fact 100 UK 1985 Sell This Version
465.901 New Order Vida Pobre(Cass) Renew Variety Records 465.901 Uruguay 1985 Sell This Version
Facd 100 New Order Low-Life(CD, Album, Car) Factory Facd 100 UK 1986 Sell This Version
Facd 100 New Order Low-life(CD, Album, Pre) Factory Facd 100 UK 1986 Sell This Version
Fact 100c New Order Low-life(Cass, Album + Box) Factory Fact 100c Canada 1986 Sell This Version
SX-T63, SX-T 63 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Tonpress, Tonpress SX-T63, SX-T 63 Poland 1986 Sell This Version
BLX 10002-1, 10002-1 New Order Vida Pobre(Cass, Album) Buelax, Buelax BLX 10002-1, 10002-1 Argentina 1986 Sell This Version
BLX 10002-0, BLX 10002 New Order Vida Pobre(LP, Album) Buelax, Buelax BLX 10002-0, BLX 10002 Argentina 1986 Sell This Version
767.8001, 431-000, 431.000 New Order Low-Life(Cass, Album) WEA, WEA, WEA 767.8001, 431-000, 431.000 Brazil 1987 Sell This Version
670.8001, 31.000 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) WEA, Factory, WEA, Factory 670.8001, 31.000 Brazil 1987 Sell This Version
W2 25289 New Order 'Low-life'(CD, Album, Club) Qwest Records W2 25289 US 1988 Sell This Version
25CY-3110, CY-3110 New Order Low-Life(CD, Album, RE) Factory, Factory 25CY-3110, CY-3110 Japan 1989 Sell This Version
836 954-2 New Order Low-life(CD, Album) Factory 836 954-2 Canada 1989 Sell This Version
FRC-89-3004, FACTC100, Fact 100 New Order Low-life(Cass, Album) Alpha Records (3), Factory, Factory FRC-89-3004, FACTC100, Fact 100 Philippines 1989 Sell This Version
D 30407, Facd 100 New Order Low-life(CD, Album) Festival Records, Factory D 30407, Facd 100 Australia 1991 Sell This Version
Facd 100, FACD 100, SON 16 New Order Low-life(CD, Album) Factory, Factory, Sonic Records (2) Facd 100, FACD 100, SON 16 Poland 1992 Sell This Version
POCD-1885 New Order Low-Life(CD, Album, Promo, RE) London Records POCD-1885 Japan 1993 Sell This Version
520020 - 4, 520020-4 New Order Low-life(Cass, Album) London Records, London Records 520020 - 4, 520020-4 Europe 1993 Sell This Version
520020 - 2 New Order Low-life(CD, Album, RE) London Records 520020 - 2 Brazil 1994 Sell This Version
520020 - 2 New Order Low-life(CD, Album, RE, PMD) London Records 520020 - 2 Europe 1994 Sell This Version
AMCE-6102, AMCE 6102 New Order Low-life(CD, Album, RE) London Records, London Records, EastWest Japan, EastWest Japan AMCE-6102, AMCE 6102 Japan 2000 Sell This Version
8573 813132 New Order Low-life(CD, Album) London Records 8573 813132 Australia 2001 Sell This Version
8573 81313-2 New Order Low-life(CD, Album, RE) London Records 8573 81313-2 UK & Europe 2001 Sell This Version
WPCR-75043 New Order Low-Life(CD, Album, RE) London Records WPCR-75043 Japan 2005 Sell This Version
none New Order Low-Life(CDr, Album + CDr, Comp + , Promo) Rhino Records (2) none UK 2008 Sell This Version
2564693700 New Order Low-life(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM) London Records, Rhino Records (2) 2564693700 UK & Europe 2008 Sell This Version
R2 516184 New Order Low-life(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM, Col) Rhino Records (2) R2 516184 US 2008 Sell This Version
R2 516184 New Order Low-life(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM, MP) London Records R2 516184 US 2008 Sell This Version
none New Order Lowlife(CDr, Album, RE + CDr, Comp + Promo, RM) London Records, Warner Bros. Records, Rhino Records (2) none US 2008 Sell This Version
R2 516184 New Order Low-Life(CD, Comp, RM, RP, 2nd) Rhino Records (2) R2 516184 UK, Europe & US 2009 Sell This Version
2564693700 New Order Low-life(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp, RE + RM) Rhino Records (2) 2564693700 UK 2009 Sell This Version
2564693700 New Order Low-life(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp, RE + RM) London Records, Rhino Records (2) 2564693700 UK 2009 Sell This Version
R2 516184 New Order Low-life(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp, RP + RM, 2nd) Rhino Records (2) R2 516184 US 2009 Sell This Version
R1 25289 New Order Low-life(LP, Album, RE, 180) Rhino Records (2) R1 25289 US 2009 Sell This Version
2564-68879-8 New Order Low-life(LP, Album, RE, 180) London Records, Rhino Records (2) 2564-68879-8 Europe 2009 Sell This Version
WPCR-13170/1, WPCR-13585~6 New Order Low-life(CD, Album, Promo, RE + CD, Comp, Promo + Dlx, RE, ) London Records, London Records WPCR-13170/1, WPCR-13585~6 Japan 2010 Sell This Version
WPCR-13170/1, WPCR-13585~6 New Order Low-life(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM, RE, Dlx, 2nd) London Records, London Records WPCR-13170/1, WPCR-13585~6 Japan 2010 Sell This Version
WPCR-78096 New Order Low-Life(CD) Warner Music Japan WPCR-78096 Japan 2013 Sell This Version
none New Order Low-life(8xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, RM, 44k) Rhino Records (2) none UK & Europe 2015
2564-68879-8 New Order Low-life(LP, Album, RE, 180) London Records, Vinyl Collector 2564-68879-8 Europe 2015 Sell This Version
9 25289-2 New Order 'Low-life'(CD, Album) Qwest Records 9 25289-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
9 25289-2 New Order 'Low-life'(CD, Album, Club) Qwest Records, Warner Bros. Records 9 25289-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
9 25289-2 New Order 'Low-life'(CD, Album, Club) Qwest Records, Warner Bros. Records 9 25289-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
9 25289-2 New Order 'Low-life'(CD, Album, RP) Qwest Records 9 25289-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
9 25289-2 New Order 'Low-life'(CD, Album, RP) Qwest Records 9 25289-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
9 25289-2 New Order 'Low-life'(CD, Album, RP, SRC) Qwest Records 9 25289-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
C.S. 6190 New Order Love Vigilantes(Cass, Album, Unofficial) C.S C.S. 6190 Indonesia Unknown Sell This Version
82-85 New Order Low Life(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Glory (3) 82-85 Unknown Sell This Version
US 2869 New Order Low-Life(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Music Girl US 2869 Singapore Unknown Sell This Version
520020 - 2 New Order Low-life(CD, Album, RE, RP, PDO) London Records 520020 - 2 UK Unknown Sell This Version
520020 - 4 New Order Low-life(Cass, Album, RE) London Records 520020 - 4 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
9842 New Order Low-life(Cass, Unofficial) 747 9842 Saudi Arabia Unknown Sell This Version
FACT 100 New Order Low-life(LP, Album) Base Record, Factory FACT 100 Italy Unknown Sell This Version
FACD 21 New Order Low-life(LP, Album, RE) Factory FACD 21 Canada Unknown Sell This Version

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allobroge

allobroge

August 30, 2017
referencing Low-life, CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM, 2564693700

And in this album , a very rare and more than superb long version of Elegia , chef d'œuvre !
realghostbuster

realghostbuster

May 2, 2017
referencing Low-Life, CD, Comp, RM, RP, 2nd, R2 516184
Anyone know if the matrix/runout is the same for the both the correct and incorrect releases of this?
streetmouse

streetmouse

April 17, 2017
referencing Low-life, LP, Album, Fact 100

Despite what others may say or infer, especially dropping the word ‘intelligent’ into the mix, New Order step into ‘intelligent’ synth pop dance and electronica was not the logical progression from their roots as part of Joy Division, it was simply the path that they chose, even if at times the music is darkly laced. And I ask you sincerely, just what made New Order ‘intelligent’ [?] … only the fact that they rose from the ashes of Joy Division.

There was a humanness to the music of Joy Division, even if tragically so, causing me at this stage to attempt to discern the difference between New Order and the Pet Shop Boys, or even the Eurythmics for that matter, with the genesis for their huge success being the capitalization of the fact that Ian Curtis had once stood on the stage in front of them. This was not indie music, it wasn’t even alternative music, perhaps alternative dancehall music, but it was nothing more than a fusion of a lost dream with heavily sampled sequenced and synthesized sounds that were constructed to counter the melodic bass of Peter Hook, along with the guitar generated by Bernard Summer. There are those who will suggest that following the death of Ian Curtis, that New Order decided to make a frontal attack on the lightness of synth pop dance music, turning that music on its head, and delivering some of the murkiest depressing gloom and doom dance music the world had ever heard. Though in all honesty, New Order had nothing to be so tragically smitten with, other than the death of Curtis, with the music they put out resounding as emotionally untrue, as they were simply repackaging the atmosphere of Joy Division, capitalizing on Ian’s death, and marketing the hell out of their themselves, though nothing, try as they might, could even come close to “Love Will Tear Us Apart,” because they did not own the emotional atmosphere they were attempting lay down, an atmosphere and attitude that was so readily picked up by listeners, who wanted just a bit more, hoping that through New Order, the life of Joy Division could be extended. But it couldn’t.

As to the music itself … implications have been pushed around for years that the album was sublime, an effortlessly blended organic mix of alternative rock with dance pop. Of course the first question I would always pose to those comments, is to ask the speaker to define the word ‘organic,’ which when they do, does not at all coexist with the sounds of New Order, a band who even by the time of this hit album were still sounding unsure of themselves, still lurking in the dark corners hoping to create the perfect release, one that they should have been able to deliver, yet never could. The proof of this is self-evident, and easily discovered in the ratings.

New Order were a fashion statement at best, a romantic aspiration for the post punk movie “Pretty In Pink,” a bit of accepted expected wholesome bleakness and teen angst despair, held to a light that revealed nothing of their past, nothing of substance, a total 180 degrees from all aspirations and motivations of Joy Division, ever linked to Joy Division, yet brandishing a defiance to those truthful days, nearly forever refusing to give interviews for fear of incarnation references.

In the end, those were very uncomfortable times, the 1980’s were a ball of depression and confusion on a variety of levels, filled with untruth, a clampdown by authorities, with the 60’s and 70’s but a distant memory. I don’t believe that much of substance rose out of that decade, not REM, surely not The Smiths, and certainly not U2. Fans seemed to be looking for something, anything that would be lasting, but all and all, everything was transient, even gallery worthy artwork was a fashion, lasting but moments, people were dying of drugs [Crack & Heroin] and AIDS, there seemed no hope, and artists such as New Order and those mentioned, seemed to reflect this hopelessness. Am I glad that New Order where there to counterbalance the likes of Eddie Money, and The Romantics [?] … of course I am, yet thirty some years out, I’m not listening to any of it, because I don’t need or want that much significantly depressing pain in my life.

The Facts: Joy Division took their name from the 1955 novella “House of Dolls” [credit from a diary kept by a young girl] by Ka-tazetnik [tattoo number 135633], citing Joy Divisions as groups of Jewish women in concentration camps during World War II, who were kept alive for the sexual pleasure of Nazi soldiers, so it’s no wonder that New Order drew their name yet again from Nazi ideals, with New Order referring to Hitler’s planned reorganization of Europe under Nazi rule.

And as a testament to the depressing nation of these post punk dancehall songs: According to Bernard Sumner, “Love Vigilantes” is one of the few songs for which he started out wanting to tell a story rather than his usual method of listening to a newly composed piece and writing lyrics to match the mood of the music. Sumner's lyrics tell a rather tongue in cheek tale of a soldier returning home from Vietnam only to find that his wife had received a telegram informing her that he had died. Sumner further relates that the ending is open to interpretation. Either the soldier had actually died and returns as a ghost or the telegram was sent mistakenly and he is quite alive. Regardless, he finds her lying on the floor having committed suicide with the telegram in her hand.

The New Order album entitled Power Corruption & Lies also has a German reference, but I’ll leave that for you to discover.

Review by Jenell Kesler
ClosedAccount

ClosedAccount

August 27, 2016
referencing Low-life, LP, Album, RE, FACD 21
How is this not just the regular Canadian version with the oversized obi missing?
Spacemoth65

Spacemoth65

August 21, 2016
referencing Low-life, LP, Album, RE, 180, 2564-68879-8
Looks like the sleeve of this one has a typesetting error, judging by the kerning of the lettering and the incorrect font used. If this is the case then it is a damning indictment of Warner [or Rhino]'s complete lack of quality control resulting in such an unprofessional mess of the sleeve [the equivalent being the Courier font used on the cheap and nasty London Records reissue of Low-life on CD in the 1990s]. It really is an utter disgrace that they expect fans to accept this sort of thing.
allobroge

allobroge

May 16, 2015
referencing Low-life, CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM, 2564693700

A monument of new wave, a splendid album and Shame Of The Nation, Shellshock and Let's G
insincere

insincere

April 5, 2015
referencing Low-life, LP, Album, Fact 100
This album may have been the peak of the darker NO times, an early "Substance", finally getting independent from the Joy Division origin, referencing to the past and already pointing into the future at the same time, which includes Sumners singing as well as their cinematic keyboard layers and Hooky's great bass treatment, with all the great lyrics in a collection of slow-growing hits that you not get to hear until you tried them several times... - and suddenly they stay forever. The only major "faults" are these crappy versions of "Sub-culture" and "The Perfect Kiss", to be put in a definite forms at last in 1987. Absolutely underestimated: these great songs "This Time Of Night" and "Sunrise", which make the A-Side one of the best treats you could ever to be gotten in and after the 80's.
crunkyteen

crunkyteen

October 29, 2014
referencing Low-life, LP, Album, Fact 100
New Order seem a little tired here. Don't get me wrong, there's good stuff on Low-Life, it's just that for the first time, the group's straight-ahead rock material dominates. And despite reaching musical heights with "Perfect Kiss," on this LP you get the edited version which omits the entire third verse and chorus. Come to think of it, this is also the first time the group included their recent singles in an album release. Re-hashed singles, so-so rockers and an epic length instrumental on side two add to a feeling that NO were starting to tread water. By next year's similar-sounding Brotherhood, that feeling gave rise to the notion that they may have needed a lifebuoy.
bevington

bevington

October 16, 2013
referencing Low-life, CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM, RE, Dlx, 2nd, WPCR-13170/1, WPCR-13585~6
Anyone know the quality of these Japanese releases?
LivingWorstNightmare

LivingWorstNightmare

January 12, 2011
referencing Low-life, CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM, Col, R2 516184
Buy at your own risk...

These Rhino Collector's Edition re-releases are loaded with errors on both discs and even the sleeve notes are terrible.

Rhino offers a refund, but this album is really not worth wasting money on for errors.
The Bonus disc is also a waste of 25 dollars (At least what I paid for it.

The Perfect Kiss
Shellshock
Shame of the Nation

These are ALL on Substance. No difference at all besides the tracks are full of errors of crackling and skipping.

Elegia (17 Minute original cut), and Let's Go are the only 2 "new" things you get in this package. Dub-Vulture can be found on the back of a single vinyl, which sounds terribly ripped from one.

Avoid this at all cost. Go with the original CD version of this album from Sire Records (It's cheaper too!)