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New Order / Joy DivisionCeremony / In A Lonely Place

Label:Rhino Records (2) – FAC.33
Format:
Vinyl, 12", Limited Edition, 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Post-Punk

Tracklist

A1New OrderCeremony
A2New OrderIn A Lonely Place
AA1Joy DivisionCeremony
AA2Joy DivisionIn A Lonely Place
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This is the record store day special limited edition release (800 copies), containing both the New Order and Joy Division versions of the same songs: Ceremony and In A Lonely Place. The Joy Division tracks are from rehearsal sessions, and In A Lonely Place has never before been released in this full length version.

Universal Music Publishing Ltd.
℗ 2011 Rhino UK
© 2011 Rhino UK
A Warner Music Group Company

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  • Barcode (Sticker): 5052498596607
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): FAC 33 A-1 FA Watching forever.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA runout): FAC 33 AA-1 How we wish you were here with us now.

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notepad27's avatar
notepad27
Why not just release this en masse? Or at least, enough so the true fans can get a copy and not some super limited 800 copies? Why tool up to press only 800?
kuma.chan's avatar
kuma.chan
Rather than queue outside a record shop for two hours (to probably be told the shop's staff and mates had all the allocated copies) I pooled my travel costs and what it would have cost if one was available after a two hour queue and bought one off eBay. Was it worth it? Not particularly, the vocals on the Joy Division are muffled and not particularly impressive though the music is lovely and clear, an instrumental would have been much nicer. The New Order side sounds perfect and its nice to have a new pressing of this classic release, but at £30 not that nice!

Incidentally, I checked how many copies had been sold on eBay and it was over 250 copies within a couple of weeks of release with a few copies a day being listed consistently for the next couple of weeks, plus quite a few copies listed on Discogs that I've seen. That means half the limited edition were used to fleece the people who really wanted a copy. Personally I think this whole Record Store Day business is pretty wack and it would be nicer if record companies like Rhino instead showed a more benevolent attitude to their customers the other 364 days of the year.