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New OrderTemptation

Label:Factory – fac 63
Format:
Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Indie Rock

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ATemptation5:16
BHurt4:42
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published by bemusic.
a factory communications product.

Sleeve debossed on both sides, on this 7" edition only.
Front reads "temptation", rear reads "hurt fac63".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A etched, · STRAWBERRY · is stamped): FACT-63-A · STRAWBERRY · TRY LISTENING TO THE 12"!
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B etched, · STRAWBERRY · is stamped): FACT-63-B · STRAWBERRY ·

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Temptation (12", Single, 45 RPM)Base RecordFAC 63Italy1982
Temptation (12", Single, 45 RPM)FactoryFAC 63Italy1982
Temptation (12", 45 RPM, Single)Factoryfac 63UK1982
Temptation (7", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single)Factoryfac 63Ireland1982
Temptation (7", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single, White Label)Factoryfac 63UK1982

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buckbiggle's profile picture
buckbiggle
Does a 7” version of this exist at 45 rpm? I have an old Seeburg jukebox I would like to play it in.
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BCollectables
I know that this 7" version of Temptation is a different mix than on the 12" but, what about this shorter version of Hurt, listed here with a 4:42 run time. Is Hurt a different mix also or just an edited version of the 12" mix?
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themason
Can anyone tell me if the 2009 reissues have the same debossed lettering on the cover as the original 1982 UK version?
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adiet
This 2003 comment has been superceded by the subsequent release of the "deluxe" 2-disk version of the Movement album, which includes the 7" version of Temptation on CD2, though to these ears it sounds like a vinyl rip rather than taken from the master tapes...
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JJ_Amblin
This is a great little synthpop number, yet strangely it's never been anthologised. Its 12" equivalent has been, and so has the 1987 remake, yet not the original 7", which has a different feel to either of the more familiar versions (and no, it's not simply a cut-down version of the 12", it is a completely separate recording). Granted, it's not the best New Order single (by some distance), but it's still pretty good and deserves to be heard.