The Durutti Column ‎– Vini Reilly

Factory ‎– FACT 244
Vinyl, LP, Album

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A1 Love No More 2:47
A2 Pol In G 2:59
A3 Opera I 2:13
A4 People's Pleasure Park
Vocals – Sola*
A5 Finding The Sea
Viola – John Metcalf*Vocals – Sola*
B1 Otis
Keyboards – Andy ConnellVocals – Pol (2)
B2 They Work Every Day
Vocals – Rob Gray
B3 Opera II 2:58
B4 Homage To Catalonea 2:04
B5 Requiem Again
Keyboards – Andy Connell
B6 My Country 3:01

Companies, etc.



Respect & Thanks to those we have sampled.
Thanks to: Andy Currie, Bob Harding, Piccadilly Records, Sounds Great and Stuart James.
Studios: Sam Theropy/Island/Out Of The Blue.
Published by The Movement of 24th January Publishing/Zomba.
Dedicated to Pauline in our 6th Autumn.
℗ + © 1989 Factory Communications Ltd.

Without additional 7" I Know Very Well How I Got My Note Wrong.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 016839 302449
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): FACT-244-A2 * The Exchange MAX Sixth Autumn
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): FAC-244-B2 * MAX POLE BITCH

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FACD 244, FACD 244 + The Durutti Column Vini Reilly(CD, Album + CD, Mini) Factory, Factory FACD 244, FACD 244 + UK 1989 Sell This Version
FACT 244 The Durutti Column Vini Reilly(LP, Album) Factory Records Australasia FACT 244 Australia 1989 Sell This Version
723.4014 The Durutti Column Vini Reilly(Cass, Album) Stiletto 723.4014 Brazil 1989 Sell This Version
FACD 244 The Durutti Column Vini Reilly(CD, Album) Factory, Stiletto FACD 244 Brazil 1989 Sell This Version
CY-3432 The Durutti Column Vini Reilly(CD, Album) Factory CY-3432 Japan 1989 Sell This Version


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March 18, 2013
edited over 5 years ago

This is an incredibly beautiful piece of music. Though nothing revolutionary happening here measured against the usually high DC standard Vini's equally solipsistic and eclectic guitar work/writing skills find themselves in an arena of haunted samples/obscured voices which makes this album extremely consistent. Only - B6. I've handled various items of this records and always stumble over this nasty hanger on "My Country". Bad pressing?