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Lloyd Cole And The Commotions - My Bag (Dancing Remix)

01 My Bag (Dancing Remix by François Kevorkian)
02 My Bag (Dancing Remix Dub by François Kevorkian)
03 Jesus Said

(Polydor Records, 1987)




Manchester Vs. Cancer 2008: The Farm, Inspiral Carpets & The Fratellis

01 Groovy Train (Fade In)
02 Stepping Stone
03 All Together Now
04 Dragging me Down (Fade In)
05 She Comes In The Fall
06 Two Worlds Collide
07 Saturn 5
08 This Is How It Feels
09 Introduction
10 Mabel
11 Baby Fratelli
12 A Heady Tale
13 Ole Black'n'Blue Eyes
14 Henrietta
15 Flathead
16 Chelsea Dagger

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Fantastic Something Mix FS01

01 Intro
02 Billy Bragg - Levi Stubbs' Tears (Go! Discs)
03 Beats international - Won't Talk About it (London Records)
04 November Group - This Is Not Heaven (Not On Label)
05 Royal Family And The Poor - I Love You (Factory Records)
06 Ultramarine - Weird Gear (Blanco Y Negro)
07 Primal Scream - Come Together (Hypnotone Mix) (Creation Records)
08 Beat Club - Dreams Were Made To Be Broken (B. Sumner Mix)(Robs Records)
09 New Order - The Beach (Nicolas Jaar Edit) (Clown And Sunset Records)
10 The Times - Manchester (George Best Edit) (Creation Records)
11 Electronic - Getting Away With It (Original Mix) (Factory Records)
12 Pet Shop Boys - I Want To Wake Up (Johnny Marr Remix) (Parlaphone)
13 The Durutti Column - For Steven Patrick (Factory Records)



Counterfeit - The Good Samaritan (2011 Re-Release)

Originally released on Creation Records in 1989 only on 12"....Now it is re-released with a bonus track on a ltd. and numbered CD in card-sleeve on VOLLWERT RECORDS BERLIN - EDITION 59.



Cool as Ice: The Be Music Productions

VA - Cool as Ice: The Be Music Productions (2003, LTM)

One of the forgotten chapters in the story of New Order involves the group members' outside production work during the early '80s. In different combinations -- often including all-important input from A Certain Ratio drummer Donald Johnson (as Dojo) -- Gillian Gilbert, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris, and Bernard Sumner produced a slew of releases under the name Be Music, most of which were released through Factory. This compilation is built around the more club-oriented productions, many of which have held up remarkably well throughout the years, despite the fact that they've been heard by a crowd far too small in number. (allmusic review)

01 52nd Street - Can't Afford (To Let You Go) (B.Sumner production)
02 Section 25 - Looking From A Hilltop (B.Sumner & DoJo production)
03 Marcel King - Reach For Love (B.Sumner & DoJo production)
04 Quando Quango - Love Tempo (B.Sumner & DoJo production)
05 52nd Street - Cool As Ice (DoJo production)
06 Paul Haig - The Only Truth (B.Sumner & DoJo production)
07 Quando Quango - Atom Rock (B.Sumner & DoJo production)
08 Nyam Nyam - Fate/Hate (Peter Hook production)
09 Life - Tell Me (Gillian Gilbert & Steve Morris production)
10 Thick Pigeon - Babcock + Wilcox (G. Gilbert & S.Morris production)
11 Section 25 - Beating Heart (Bernard Sumner production)
12 Be Music - Theme (Peter Hook production)


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