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New Order1981-1982

Label:Factory (US) – FACTUS 8
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation, Repress
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:New Wave, Electro

Tracklist

A1Everything's Gone Green
Producer [Uncredited]Martin Hannett
5:31
A2Procession
Producer [Uncredited]Martin Hannett
4:28
A3Mesh
Producer [Uncredited]Martin Hannett
3:01
B1Temptation8:45
B2Hurt8:13
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Notes

Different RTI matrices.
Opaque vinyl.
Lead-out side A: 1,7 cm
Lead-out side B: 1,5 cm

Reverse cover:
© 1982 Factory Communications Ltd

Label side A:
© 1982 Factory Communications Ltd
℗ 1981 Bemusic

Label side B:
© 1982 Factory Communications Ltd
℗ 1982 Bemusic

Tracks A1 and A2 from Fac 53, September 1981.
Track A3 from FBNL 8, December 1981.
Tracks B1 and B2 from Fac 63, May 1982.

Track times are not listed.

Repressed multiple times with different matrix variants.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (A side variant 1): FACTUS 8A RE-1 15575 (3)+
  • Matrix / Runout (B side variant 1): FACTUS 8B RE-1 17167 (3)
  • Matrix / Runout (A side variant 2): FACTUS-8A-FVF-RE-1 17169 (3)
  • Matrix / Runout (B side variant 2): FACTUS 8B-FVF-RE-1 17170 (3)
  • Matrix / Runout (A side variant 4): FACTUS 8A RE-1 15575 (3)+ 50511
  • Matrix / Runout (B side variant 4): FACTUS 8B-FVF-RE-1 17170 (3)
  • Matrix / Runout (A side variant 5): FACTUS 8A RE-1 15575 (3)+
  • Matrix / Runout (B side variant 5): FACTUS 8B RE-1 17168 (3)
  • Matrix / Runout (A side variant 6): FACTUS 8A RE-1 17167 (3)
  • Matrix / Runout (B side variant 6): FACTUS 8B RE-1 17168 (3)

Other Versions (5 of 37)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
1981-1982 (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Compilation)FactoryFEP 313Canada1982
1981-1982 (Cassette, Mini-Album, Compilation, Grey Shell)FactoryFEP4-313Canada1982
1981-1982 (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation)Factory, FactoryFACTUS 8, 205.553France1982
1981-1982 (Cassette, Compilation)Base Record, FactoryFACTUS 8 MCItaly1982
1981-1982 (12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation)FactoryFEP 313Canada1982

Reviews

chrisnova777's avatar
chrisnova777
Edited 2 years ago
when i hear "everythings gone green" i think of "don't leave me this way" the version by Harold Melvin (sung by Teddy Pendergrass) the bass seems to be hittin the same notes
AndChat's avatar
AndChat
Edited 2 years ago
I would like to add 'something different' to the other posts on this release ,but they are (imo) all correct.. Only some of 'Power ,Corruption & lies ' really stands up in New Order releases after this & Ceremony . Quite recently Peter Hook remarked on the 'early New Order' releases as "when we were good" ....and seemingly free from Re-interpretation ,Bluster & Bulls**t- Who would know better than him ???
.....I wasn't aware until seeing the comments that this was a 'US release' - there were so many Joy Division & New Order records in the UK at the time ( Atmosphere/'control 12", Still, various Temptation & Ceremony 7 & 12"s etc)..
LeKillier's avatar
LeKillier
This is the best New Order (mini-)album.

You get the brilliant Martin Hannet touch, and New Order's more loose, unstructured, odd songwriting style before they became more formulaic songwriters. Not that I don't like their later stuff, but there's just something really special and unique about this time period.

The running order on the vinyl starts with E.G.G and ends with Hurt - this is WAAYY better then the cd running order which starts with Temptation and ends with Mesh. It may seem trivial but it makes a huge difference.

This is one of the greatest releases of all time - of any genre.
JJ_Amblin's avatar
JJ_Amblin
A neat little package, this. Intended as an introduction to the band for markets outside the UK, both the US and Canadian versions ended up being imported to Britain in large numbers and can be picked up for small change today. For your pittance you get the near-definitive history of New Order's early forays into electronica - notably, this collection was the first place most people heard the future classic "Temptation", though only in its chaotic 12" version (the 7" would have given a better idea of the progress New Order were making toward a new pop blueprint). It's cheap, and it's good. What more could you possibly want?