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  • Official releases
  • Secondary releases (previously-released material)
  • Unissued performances
  • Collaborations
  • Other references
  • Index of major recordings

  • The Return Of The Durutti Column
  • Lips That Would Kiss
  • A Factory Quartet
  • Deux Triangles
  • LC
  • Another Setting
  • Live At The Venue
  • Amigos Em Portugal
  • Without Mercy
  • Say What You Mean, Mean What You Say
  • Circuses And Bread
  • Tomorrow
  • The Guitar And Other Machines
  • Vini Reilly
  • The Sporadic Recordings
  • Obey The Time
  • Dry
  • Red Shoes
  • Sex And Death
  • Fidelity
  • Time Was Gigantic
  • Rebellion
  • Return Of The Sporadic Recordings
  • Someone Else's Party
  • Tempus Fugit
  • Faith
  • Keep Breathing
  • Sporadic 3
  • Idiot Savants
  • Sunlight To Blue... Blue To Blackness
  • Treatise On The Steppenwolf
  • Love In The Time Of Recession
  • A Paean To Wilson

  • Format of entries: --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Title Release [Recording Date] FORMAT: CO Date (Label cat#) [qualifier] Time Track * Item comment - General Comment ~ Matrix Message --------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------- A Factory Sample [comp] [Aug 1978] CS: UK 1978 (Factory) [handmade promo] 2x7": UK 12/78 (Factory FAC 2) [silver gatefold sleeve, with stickers] 12": GR? 198? [silver sleeve; bootleg] [disc/side one] 4:57 No Communication 3:16 Thin Ice (detail) - "Produced by Martin Hannet [sic] and Laurie Latham Exclusion Vinny Reilly - lead guitar Colin Sharp - lead vocal Stephen Hopkins - keyboards Phil Rainford - vocals July 1978 Tony Bowers - bass and vocals Oct. 1978 Dave Rowbotham - guitar and vocals Oct. 1978 Chris Joyce - drums Oct. 1978" [several of whom later formed the band Simply Red] - edition of 5000 - Released December 24, 1978, though not in the shops until January 1979. - NB: the sound is that of a punk group, unlike subsequent releases. ~ Everything ~ IS REPAIRABLE ~ EVERYTHING ~ IS BROKEN
    Supplements: lyrics, image (link)
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    The Return Of The Durutti Column                                 [Apr 1979]
    
        LP: UK  1/80 (Factory FACT 14) [sandpaper sleeve ~A1/B1] *
        LP: UK  1980 (Factory FACT 14) [textured black sleeve ~A2/B2] **
        LP: AU  1980 (Factory/Gap FACOZ 1002)
        LP: CA  1980 (Polygram/Factory FACN 03) [black sleeve]
        LP: IT  1981 (Base FACT 14) [black sleeve] **
        LP: JP  1984 (Factory/Tokuma 23JAL-1)
        CD: JP  1987 (Columbia 33CY-1356)
        CD: JP  1989 (Columbia CY-3117)
        CD: UK  1988 (Factory FACD 14) [as part of FACD 224] **
    
            3:01    Sketch For Summer
            5:08    Requiem For A Father
            5:30    Katharine
            5:02    Conduct
            2:28    Beginning
            1:38    Jazz
            2:24    Sketch For Winter
            2:23    Collette
            1:39    In "D"
            2:25    Sketch For Winter [mix] **
    
    - "All tracks written by Vini Reilly and produced by Martin Hannet [sic].
      Thanks are also due to Pete Crooks, bass and Toby, drums.  Gammer for
      his melody and Rowbotham, Reid and Debord for the marketing concept."
    
        LP: UK  198? (Factory FACT 14) [black sleeve ~A3/B3]
        CS: UK  1986 (Factory FACT 14C) [boxed w/sandpaper insert]
        CD: UK 12/96 (Factory Once FACDO 14 / London 828 829-2) ***
    
            3:01    Sketch For Summer
            5:08    Requiem For A Father
            5:30    Katharine
            5:02    Conduct
            1:39    In "D"
            1:38    Jazz
            2:24    Sketch For Winter
            2:23    Collette
            2:25    Sketch For Winter [mix]
            3:49    Lips That Would Kiss ***                        [from FBN2]
            3:04    Madeleine ***                                   [from FBN2]
            1:49    Sleep Will Come ***                           [from TWI007]
            3:35    Experiment In Fifth ***                       [from TWI035]
    
    - missing track "Beginning"; CD has track listing errors
    
    - "Collette" may refer to the French author, a contemporary of Proust
    
    *  Limited edition of 2000, assembled by members of Joy Division;
       included FACT 14C "Testcard" 7" flexi-disc by Martin Hannett.
       Sandpaper sleeve designed by Stephen Horsfall.
    
    ** version with less reverb and more phasing
    
    Supplements: reissue liner notes, image (CD) (link), image (cassette box) (l), image (cassette insert) (l),
    image (CD reissue) (l), image (flexi) (l)
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    Lips That Would Kiss                                             [Aug 1980]
    
       12": BE 11/80 (Factory Benelux / Crépuscule FBN 2-005)
       12": JP  1984 (Factory Benelux / Shinseido SC-58)
        7": BE  7/81 (Factory Benelux FBN 2)
    
            3:45    Lips That Would Kiss (Form Prayers To Broken Stone)
            3:00    Madeleine
    
    - Produced by Martin Hannett
    
        LP: ES  1991 (Gasa 490435-01)
        CD: BE  3/91 (Factory Benelux FBN 2CD) *
        CD: JP  8/91 (JVC VICP-5071 / Crépuscule Au Japon) *
    
            2:29    La Douleur [w/Blaine Reininger] **             [from IM011]
            3:00    Madeleine                                       [from FBN2]
            3:45    Lips That Would Kiss                            [from FBN2]
            3:37    Danny *                                      [from SS45005]
            3:28    The Sea Wall **                                [from IM011]
            3:35    All That Love And Maths Can Do                 [from FBN51]
            4:22    Snowflakes **                                    [from XM1]
            1:40    Little Horses of Tarquina **                   [from IM011]
            3:34    Experiment In Fifth                           [from TWI035]
            3:30    Take Some Time Out **           [identical to "We Stumble"]
            4:15    At First Sight **
            3:19    Journeys By Vespa */**
            3:44    Destroy She Said **
            3:58    The Square */**                                [from IM011]
            3:00    Enigma                                       [from SS45005]
            3:07    Hommage To Martinu             [similar to "For A Western"]
            2:08    Piece For An Ideal                            [from TWI007]
            5:59    Zinni *                                        [from FBN10]
           12:54    Piece For Out Of Tune Grand Piano *            [from FBN10]
    
    ** recorded for unreleased album "Short Stories For Pauline"
    
    - title from T. S. Eliot's The Hollow Men (link)
    
    Supplements: image (CD) (link), image (poster) (l)
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    From Brussels With Love [comp]                                       [1980]
    
        CS: BE 11/80 (Les Disques du Crépuscule TWI 007) [with booklet]
        CS: BE 10/82 (Crépuscule TWI 007)
      2xLP: BE 12/86 (Crépuscule TWI 007) *
        CD: DE  4/87 (Interphon IPCD 72001)
        CD: JP 11/87 (Crépuscule Au Japon/Victor-JVC VDP 5150)
        CD: BE  1988 (Crépuscule TWI 007-2)
        CD: BE  9/99 (Crépuscule TWI 007-2)
    
            1:50    Sleep Will Come
            2:15    Piece For An Ideal
            5:20    Weakness And Fever *
    
      2xLP: JP  1983 (Crépuscule Au Japon/Shinseido Sirius TWI 008/SC-10)
      2xLP: BE  1983 (Crépuscule TWI 008)
    
            1:50    Sleep Will Come
            5:20    Weakness And Fever
    
    - "Sleep Will Come" credited to "Jez and Vini"
      [vocal by Jeremy Kerr of A Certain Ratio]
      Song is about Ian Curtis; "Hiss on it is essential."
    
    - "Piece For An Ideal":  "It's undeniably true, in these difficult
      times one no longer dies for an ideal.  Vini Reilly wrote this
      piece of music on All Saints' Day.  It was very cold."
    
    Supplements: image (CD), lyrics
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    A Factory Quartet [comp]                                         [Dec 1980]
    
     2x12": UK 12/80 (Factory FACT 24) [gatefold with photos]
    
               [disc one]
            4:32    For Mimi
            5:23    For Belgian Friends
            4:41    Self Portrait
    
    - Produced by Martin Hannett
    
    ~ For Who it Says
    
    Supplements: image (link)
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    Enigma                                                           [Mar 1981]
    
        7": FR  3/81 (Sordide Sentimental SS 45005)
    
            3:06    Enigma
            3:41    Danny
    
    - limited edition of 2730
    - prints and texts by Danny Dupic, John Ruskin, Jean-Pierre Turmel, et al.
    - numbers 2501-2730 have photocopies of the original inserts, plus others
    
    ~ Tony, Alan Et Lindsay
    
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    The Fruit Of The Original Sin [comp]
    
      2xLP: BE 11/81 (Crépuscule TWI 035)
      2xLP: JP  1983 (Crépuscule Au Japon / Shinseido SC-16)
    
               [a means to an end]
            2:29    The Eye And The Hand
               [a landscape]
            3:30    Party
            3:37    Experiment In Fifth
    
        CD: DE  4/87 (Interphon IPCD 72002)
        CD: JP 11/87 (Crépuscule Au Japon VDP 5151)
        CD: BE  1988 (Crépuscule TWI 035-2)
        CD: BE  9/99 (Crépuscule TWI 035-2)
    
            3:30    Party
            5:20    Weakness And Fever
    
    ~ Szotlan Szerelmed Veszeeiben Van Mindig
    ~ Szerelmuk Tortenete
    
      [Hungarian for approximately:]
    ~ Wordless Love Always Lies In Danger
    ~ Love Story
    
    Supplements: lyrics, image
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    Deux Triangles                                                       [1981]
    
       12": BE 10/82 (Factory Benelux FBN 10)
       12": JP  1984 (Crépuscule Au Japon / Shinseido SC-52)
    
            4:59    Favourite Painting
            5:58    Zinni
           12:55    Piece For Out Of Tune Grande Piano [sic]
    
    ~ A Quiet Life In Antwerp
    
    - Original tracklist was 'Stains', 'Tears And Madness', and
      'Solitude Of The Hour' [FBN catalogue late 1981]
    
    Supplements: image (link)
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    LC                                                                   [1981]
    
        LP: UK 11/81 (Factory FACT 44) [w/insert]
        LP: PT  9/82 (Vimusica VFACT 111-18)
        LP: IT  1982 (Base FACT 44)
        LP: BR  1987 (Stiletto 992526-1)
        LP: ES  1982 (Nuevos Medios 33-002 L)
        CS: UK  1986 (Factory FACT 44C) [boxed w/insert]
        CD: JP  1987 (Columbia 33CY-1357)
        CD: JP  1989 (Columbia CY-3118)
        CD: UK  1988 (Factory FACD 44) [as part of FACD 224]
        CD: UK 12/96 (Factory Once FACDO 44 / London 828 827-2) *
    
            5:14    Sketch For Dawn 1
            3:29    Portrait For Frazier
            2:16    Jacqueline
            2:30    Messidor
            4:34    Sketch For Dawn 2
            6:47    Never Known
            5:03    The Act Committed
            1:57    Detail For Paul
            6:36    The Missing Boy
            2:49    The Sweet Cheat Gone
            4:35    For Mimi *                                    [from FACT24]
            5:24    Belgian Friends *                             [from FACT24]
            4:41    Self Portrait *                               [from FACT24]
            4:26    One Christmas For Your Thoughts *             [from TWI058]
            3:39    Danny *                                      [from SS45005]
            3:01    Enigma *                                     [from SS45005]
    
        LP: CA  1981 (Polygram/Factory FACN 06)
    
            5:14    Sketch For Dawn 1
            3:29    Portrait For Frazier
            2:16    Jacqueline
            5:10    Mavuchka                            [mislabeled "Messidor"]
            4:34    Sketch For Dawn 2
            6:47    Never Known
            5:03    The Act Committed
            1:57    Detail For Paul
            6:36    The Missing Boy
            2:49    The Sweet Cheat Gone
    
    - VR instruments and vocals; Bruce Mitchell percussion
    
    - "LC" is an abbreviation for the Italian anarchist slogan
      "La Lotta Continua" meaning "the struggle continues".
    - "Messidor" is the tenth month of the French Revolutionary calendar
       and the title of Alain Tanner's 1979 film
    - "The Missing Boy" refers to Ian Curtis
    - "The Sweet Cheat Gone" is the published English title for the
      "Albertine disparue" volume of Marcel Proust's
      "À la recherche du temps perdu" ["In Search Of Lost Time"]
    
    - Original LP has "Durrutti Column" misspelling on spine
    
    Supplements: image (CD) (link), image (cassette box) (l), image (cassette insert) (l), image (CD reissue) (l),
    image (Messidor artwork) (l), lyrics, reissue liner notes, Japanese issue liner notes
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    A Factory Complication [comp]
    
       VHS: BE 11/81 (Factory Benelux FBN 7 / IKON 1) [PAL]
    
            6:47    Marie Louise Gardens / Never Known
    
    - VR filmed in a Brussels park (Square Maria Louise), miming the LP track
    
    Supplements: image (front) (link), image (back) (l)
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    Ghosts Of Christmas Past [comp]
    
        LP: BE 12/81 (Crépuscule TWI 058)
        LP: BE 12/82 (Crépuscule TWI 158) [as "Remake"]
        CS: BE 12/82 (Crépuscule TWI 159) [as "Remake"]
        LP: JP  1983 (Crépuscule Au Japon / Shinseido SC-9)
        LP: BE 12/86 (Crépuscule TWI 658)
        CD: BE  1988 (Crépuscule TWI 058-2) *
        CD: BE  9/99 (Crépuscule TWI 058-2) *
    
            4:25    One Christmas For Your Thoughts
            4:13    Snowflakes *                                     [from XM1]
    
    * VR guitar, Anne Van den Troost harp
      Slightly truncated with respect to FBN2CD
    
    
    Supplements: image
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    Some Of The Interesting Things You'll See                        [Feb 1982]
      On A Long-Distance Flight [comp]
    
        CS: BE  6/82 (Crépuscule TWI 081)
        LP: JP  9/83 (Crépuscule TWI 082 / Shinseido SC-18)
    
            3:18    Party
    
        CD: BE  5/91 (Crépuscule TWI 082-2)
    
            3:25    Danny
            5:19    Madness                        [related to "Self Portrait"]
            1:58    For Friends In Belgium
    
    - recorded live on European tour
    
    - "Vini Reilly looks in a permanent daze, even as you talk to him
      directly.  As the Durutti Column he enjoys a degree of success, but
      all too often his mellow guitar exercises set to tape loops become
      overly soporific -- especially in the Melkweg [Milky Way, Amsterdam],
      where the smell of marijuana is literally stifling.
      "But remembering his past illnesses it's a relief to hear him say 'I'm
      well again' (even if the physical evidence doesn't corroborate that),
      'So I'm playing as much as I can now.'"
      [Johnny Waller, Sounds magazine]
    
    Supplements: image
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    A Factory Video [comp]                                              [?1981]
    
       VHS: UK  8/82 (Factory FACT 56V / IKON 3) [PAL/NTSC]
      BETA: UK  8/82 (Factory FACT 56V / IKON 3) [PAL/NTSC]
    
            8:24    The Missing Boy
    
    - recorded live at an outdoor concert, apparently in Finland
    
    Supplements: image (link)
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    For Patti
    
        7": BE 10/82 (Factory Benelux FBN 100)
    
            2:40    For Patti                   [related to "Dream Of A Child"]
            5:20    Weakness And Fever                            [from TWI035]
    
    - "For Patti" is musically identical to "Verbier"
    
    - limited edition of 100
    - Intended to be included with a limited edition of FBN 10
      (label says "Ce disque ne peut etre vendue separement du
      maxisingle deux triangles")
    
    Supplements: image (link)
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    Another Setting                                                  [Dec 1982]
    
        LP: UK  8/83 (Factory FACT 74)
        LP: ES  1983 (Nuevos Medios 33047-2)
        LP: FR  1983 (Virgin 205 527 / AE 288)
        LP: CA  198? (Polygram/Factory FACD 12)
        LP: BE  1984 (Factory Benelux FBN 30)
        LP: JP  1984 (Factory Benelux / Shinseido SC-55)
        CS: UK  1986 (Factory FACT 74C) [boxed w/inserts]
        CD: JP  1987 (Columbia 33CY-1358)
        CD: JP  1989 (Columbia CY-3119)
        CD: UK  1988 (Factory FACD 74) [as part of FACD 224]
        CD: UK 10/98 (FACDO 74 / London 556 041-2) *
    
            3:24    Prayer
            1:30    Response
            3:30    Bordeaux
            2:48    For A Western
            4:55    The Beggar
            3:01    Francesca
            5:03    Smile In The Crowd
            4:41    You've Heard It Before
            5:22    Dream Of A Child
            2:38    Second Family
            4:25    Spent Time
            3:59    Amigos Em Portugal *
            3:21    Menina Ao Pé Duma Piscina *
            4:10    Lisboa *
            2:58    Sara E Tristana *
            2:55    Estoril à Noite *
            4:49    Favourite Descending Intervals *
            1:24    To End With *
    
    * from "Amigos Em Portugal"; remastered from vinyl
    
    - LP label and CD listings all specify tracks incorrectly
    - Initially released with perfumed (Jovan) cut-out insert.
    - most of the copies of FBN 30 were exported to Japan for Shinseido
    
    ~ Carol
    ~ Sex For Spastics
    
    Supplements: image (CD) (link), image (cassette box) (l), image (cassette insert) (l), image (cassette insert) (l),
    image (CD reissue),
    lyrics, reissue liner notes, Japanese liner notes
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    I Get Along Without You Very Well                                    [1983]
    
        7": UK  6/83 (Factory FAC 64)
    
            3:37    I Get Along Without You Very Well
            3:22    Prayer                                        [from FACT74]
    
    - A-side is cover of Hoagy Carmichael tune
      Arrangement by VR and Lindsay Wilson (vocalist),
      Tony Wilson's (now ex-) wife.
    
    ~ Bring My Video Back!
    ~ Da Da
    
    Supplements: lyrics, image (front), image (reverse)
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    Live At The Venue, London                                            [1983]
    
        LP: UK  6/83 (VU Vini 1) [soundboard; edition of 4000]
        CS: JP  1983 [audience boot] *
        CD: UK  1/04 (thedurutticolumn.com / Kooky DCC01)
    
            4:42    Sketch For Dawn *
            2:40    Party [edit of 2:50 * performance]
            2:45    Mother From Spain
            5:31    Jacqueline
            2:29    Conduct
            2:16    Sketch For Summer
            4:58    The Beggar
            4:51    Never Known
            5:48    The Missing Boy [edit of 7:30 * performance]
            5:42    Sigh Becomes A Scream
            3:03    Self Portrait [edit of 3:25 * performance]
            2:44    Friends In Belgium
    
    - "An interesting wheeler-dealer, involved in bootleg recordings at the
      time, arrived in his cream Rolls-Royce at a Mayfair hotel restaurant
      that he had appointed.  He brought cash and me and Vini scribbled out
      a contract and an agreement on a white napkin that had been surrounding
      Vini's burnt bacon sandwich.  The stains and signatures were clear."
      -Bruce Mitchell, CD liner note
    
    Supplements: image
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    A Factory Outing [comp]                                              [1983]
    
       VHS: UK 12/83 (Factory FACT 71V / IKON 5) [PAL/NTSC]
      BETA: UK 12/83 (Factory FACT 71B)
    
            4:29    The Beggar
    
    - live at the Haçienda
    
    Supplements: image (link)
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    Amigos Em Portugal / Dedications For Jacqueline                  [Nov 1983]
    
        LP: PT 12/83 (Fundação Atlântica 1652071)
        LP: JP  1984 (King K25P-444)
    
            3:54    Friends In Portugal
            3:19    Small Girl By A Pool
            4:11    Lisbon
            2:57    Sara And Tristana
            2:53    Nighttime Estoril              [related to "Without Mercy"]
            3:46    Crumpled Dress
            2:51    Wheels Turning
            2:40    Lies Of Mercy
            2:22    Saudade                    [similar to "Mother From Spain"]
            3:02    Games Of Rhythm
            4:48    Favourite Descending Intervals
            1:23    To End With
    
    - Estoril is a coastal town near Lisbon
    - the label is defunct; seven tracks were remastered for vinyl for
      re-release on FACDO 74.
    
    Supplements: image, lyrics
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    Un Hommage A Margueritte Duras                                       [1983]
    
        LP: JP  5/85 (Crépuscule Au Japon / Shinseido SC 1009)
    
            3:24    The Sea Wall *
            3:44    Destroy, She Said **
            3:30    Take Some Time Out
    
    *  English title of Duras' 1950 novel "Un barrage contre le Pacifique"
    ** English title of Duras' 1969 film "Détruire, dit-elle"
    
    
    Hommage a Duras [comp]
    
        LP: BE  3/88 (Interior Music IM011)
        CD: DE  3/88 (Interphon IPMTG 2)
    
            3:24    The Sea Wall *
            4:00    The Square **                   [similar to "Little Mercy"]
            2:29    La Douleur */***               [similar to "Without Mercy"]
            1:40    Little Horses Of Tarquina ****
    
    *    DC + Blaine Reininger viola
    **   English title of Duras' 1959 novel "Le Square"
    ***  title of Duras novel
    **** English title of Duras' novel "Les Petits chevaux de Tarquina"
    
    - "special thanks to Vini Reilly for his short stories for Pauline."
    
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    Operation Twilight: Crépuscule Instrumental [comp]                   [1983]
    
        LP: BE  5/88 (Interior Music IM005)
    
            2:29    Duet *                     [original title of "La Douleur"]
            3:26    The Sea Wall
    
    * DC + Blaine Reininger viola
    
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    Spare A Thought [comp]
    
        CS: UK  1987 (Porritt's Hill Records Phew 1)
    
            3:26    Brussels Detail          [identical to "Journeys By Vespa"]
            3:18    Snowflake                            [edit of "Snowflakes"]
    
    Supplements: image
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    Becket House [comp]
    
        CS: UK  ?    ?
        LP: UK  1990 (Phew 2)
    
            4:38    Prototype                            [related to "Silence"]
    
    Supplements: lyrics
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    Sasage-mono / Dedications for Japan
    
        7": JP  1984 (Japan Records 7JAS 8)
    
            4:04    Love Fading                          [similar to "Silence"]
            4:03    For Noriko
    
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    Musique Epave [comp]
    
       VHS: JP  1984 (Toei TE-M747) [NTSC]
    
            6:45    Night Time
            4:38    Love Fading                   [labeled "Say What You Mean"]
            6:39    The Missing Boy
            4:17    The Beggar
    
    - live in Japan April-May 1984 as part of Crépuscule
      label showcase gigs with Mikado and Winston Tong
    
    Supplements: interview
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    Without Mercy                                                    [Jun 1984]
    
        LP: UK 12/84 (Factory FACT 84)
        LP: JP  1984 (? Factory)
        LP: ES  1985 (Nuevos Medios 33122 D.L.M.-745)
        LP: BR  1988 (Stiletto 3031)
        LP: CA  1986 (Polygram/Airea 830-443-1)
        CS: UK  1986 (Factory FACT 84C) [boxed w/inserts]
        CS: CA  1986 (Polygram/Airea 830-443-4)
    
           18:46    Without Mercy I
           19:35    Without Mercy II
    
        CD: JP  1987 (Columbia 33CY-1359)
        CD: JP  1989 (Columbia CY-3120)
        CD: UK  1988 (Factory FACD 84) [as part of FACD 224]
        CD: UK 10/98 (FACDO 84 / London 556 039-2) *
    
           18:46    Without Mercy I
           19:35    Without Mercy II
            1:50    Goodbye                                       [from FAC114]
            6:00    The Room                                      [from FAC114]
            3:37    A Little Mercy                                [from FAC114]
            7:44    Silence                                       [from FAC114]
            4:35    E.E.                                          [from FAC114]
            1:05    Hello                                         [from FAC114]
            3:38    All That Love And Maths Can Do *               [from FBN51]
            3:30    The Sea Wall *                                 [from IM011]
    
    - title from John Keats' La Belle Dame Sans Merci (link)
    
    - Canadian releases part of "A New Age In Music" series;
      redesigned cover with a flipped image of the UK issue's painting
    
    ~ Oh What Can Ail Thee Knight At Arms!
    ~ For The Child!
    
    Supplements: image (CD) (link) image (cassette box) (l), image (cassette insert) (l), image (cassette insert) (l),
    image (CD reissue), reissue liner notes
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    Say What You Mean, Mean What You Say                             [Jun 1984]
    
       12": UK  1/85 (Factory FAC 114)
       12": ES  1985 (Iberofon D.L. M-18590-85)
       12": IT  1985 (Base FAC 114) [black die-cut sleeve]
       12": JP  1985 (Columbia YW-7428-AX)
    
            1:50    Goodbye
            6:00    The Room
            3:37    A Little Mercy
            7:44    Silence
            4:35    E.E.
            1:05    Hello
    
    ~ Pauline
    ~ Sadie
    
    Supplements: image (link), lyrics
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    Shorts [comp]
    
       VHS: UK  4/85 (Factory FACT 137 / IKON 12) [PAL/NTSC]
      BETA: UK  6/85 (Factory FACT 137) [PAL]
    
            3:18    Prayer                                        [from FACT74]
    
    - video of winter scenes in a park
    - Also VR unseen piano on The Wake "Talk About The Past"
    
    Supplements: image (link)
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    Crépuscule Christmas Single
    
        7": BE 12/85 (Crépuscule XM1) [promo]
    
            3:27    Christmas For Pauline         [identical to "The Sea Wall"]
            4:13    Snowflakes
    
    - both tracks on B-side (Paul Haig "Scottish Christmas" on A)
    
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    Circuses And Bread                                               [Apr 1985]
    
        LP: BE  5/86 (Factory Benelux FBN 36)
        LP: DE  1986 (Normal NORMAL 20)
        LP: ES  1986 (Nuevos Medios 33 207 L)
        LP: FR  1986 (Attitude Records ATT 004)
        LP: IT  1986 (Base FBN 36)
        CS: BE  5/86 (Factory Benelux FBNC 36)
        CD: UK  6/86 (Factory FACD 154) *
        CD: JP  1986 (Columbia 33CY-1360)
        CD: BE 12/93 (Crépuscule TWI 988-2) [as "Bread and Circuses"] **
    
            2:46    Pauline
            4:03    Tomorrow
            5:37    Dance II                              [related to "Lisbon"]
            3:13    Hilary
            4:01    Street Fight
            4:18    Royal Infirmary
            8:36    Black Horses
            4:58    Dance I                [related to "Sigh Becomes A Scream"]
           10:17    Blind Elevator Girl (Osaka)
    
    * some inlays with erroneous track listing
    ** has different artwork, a variant of a 1930 Herbert Bayer poster
    
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    Domo Arigato                                                   [1985/04/25]
    
        LP: JP  8/85 (Factory Japan / Columbia FACT 144 / XY7356AX)
    
            2:22    Sketch For Summer
            4:50    Sketch For Dawn
            2:16    Mercy Theme
           10:04    A Little Mercy
            6:37    Dream Of A Child
            3:45    Mercy Dance
            4:40    The Room
            8:12    Blind Elevator Girl
            2:50    Tomorrow
            3:04    Belgian Friends
            2:51    Self Portrait
    
        CD: UK  8/85 (Factory FACD 144) *
        CD: JP  1985 (Columbia C38-7621) *
        CD: UK 10/98 (FACDO 144 / London 556 038-2) **
        CD: JP  1989 (Columbia CY-3121)
        LD: JP  198? (Columbia LY-3005) [NTSC]
       VHS: UK  1985 (Factory FACT 144V / IKON 16) [PAL/NTSC]
       VHS: JP  1985 (Columbia 118C68-9237) [NTSC]
      BETA: UK  1985 (Factory FACT 144B) [PAL/NTSC]
    
            2:22    Sketch For Summer
            4:50    Sketch For Dawn
            2:16    Mercy Theme */**
           10:04    Little Mercy
            5:35    Jacqueline *
            6:37    Dream Of A Child */**
            3:45    Mercy Dance
            4:40    The Room
            4:09    E.E.
            8:12    Blind Elevator Girl
            2:50    Tomorrow */**
            3:04    For Belgian Friends
            7:45    Missing Boy
            2:51    Self Portrait */**
            0:54    <audience noise> *
            4:15    Our Lady Of The Angels **                     [from FAC184]
            4:00    White Rabbit **                               [from FAC184]
            6:49    When The World (Newson Mix) **               [from FACD194]
    
    - Recorded live in Tokyo, Japan
    - Factory's first CD & the UK's first pop CD-only release
    
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    Tomorrow                                                             [1985]
    
        7": BE  3/86 (Factory Benelux FBN 51)
       12": BE  3/86 (Factory Benelux FBN 51) *
    
            4:03    Tomorrow                                       [from FBN36]
            3:00    Tomorrow (Live in Japan)                     [from FACD144]
            3:33    All That Love And Maths Can Do *
    
    - composed and performed by VR + John Metcalfe viola
    
    - cover is copied from the French Situationist comic "The Return Of The DC"
    
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    Sense Of Beauty [comp]
    
        LP: NO  1985 (Uniton UO 28)
        CS: NO  1985 (Uniton UO 28)
    
            3:20    Prayer
    
    - "slow version", possibly a simple 33/45rpm mastering error
    
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    Greetings
    
       12": IT  1986 (Materiali Sonori MASO 70003) [as Greetings Three]
     3x12": IT  19?? (Materiali Sonori MASO ?) [as Greetings Box]
        CD: IT  1989 (Materiali Sonori MASO 90001) [as Greetings Compact] *
        CD: IT  1990 (Materiali Sonori MASO 90014) [as Compact Vol 2 ] **
    
            5:07    Florence Sunset *                   [related to "Dance II"]
            3:39    All That Love and Maths Can Do **              [from FBN51]
            3:59    San Giovanni Dawn **
            4:42    For Friends In Italy *
    
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    Valuable Passages [comp]
    
      2xLP: US 12/86 (Relativity 88561-8123-1) *
      2xLP: AU  1986 (Factory Australia FACT 164) *
      2xCS: UK  1/87 (Factory FACT 164C) [boxed w/inserts] *
        CS: US 12/86 (Relativity 88561-8123-4)
        CD: UK  1/87 (Factory FACD 164)
        CD: US 12/86 (Relativity 88561-8123-2)
    
            2:58    Sketch For Summer                             [from FACT14]
            5:00    Conduct                                       [from FACT14]
            2:22    Sketch For Winter                             [from FACT14]
            3:45    Lips That Would Kiss                            [from FBN2]
            5:21    For Belgian Friends                           [from FACT24]
            3:36    Danny                                        [from SS45005]
            3:35    Piece Of Out Of Tune Grand Piano *     [excerpt from FBN10]
            6:46    Never Known                                   [from FACT44]
            2:14    Jacqueline                                    [from FACT44]
            6:32    The Missing Boy                               [from FACT44]
    
            3:21    Prayer                                        [from FACT74]
            4:09    Spent Time                                    [from FACT74]
            6:44    Without Mercy (Stanzas 4 to 7)        [excerpt from FACT84]
            7:04    Without Mercy (Stanzas 10 to 12)      [excerpt from FACT84]
            5:58    The Room                                      [from FACT84]
           10:17    Blind Elevator Girl *                          [from FBN36]
            4:02    Tomorrow                                       [from FBN36]
            6:21    LFO Mod */**                            [recorded May 1986]
    
    ** Named from analog synth terminology: low frequency oscillator modulation
       (which makes a brief appearance in the track)
    
    - all tracks appear on album reissues
    
    Supplements: image (CD) (link), image (cassette box) (l), image (cassette insert) (l), image (cassette insert) (l),
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    Live At The Bottom Line, NYC                                   [1986/11/23]
    
        CS: US  1987 (Reach Out International Records ROIR A152)
        CS: UK  1987 (Reach Out International Records UK ROIR A152)
        CD: US  1993 (Reach Out International Records ROIR 5343 152)
        CD: UK  1993 (Danceteria RE152CD)
        CD: US  9/99 (ROIR RUSCD 8255) [retitled "A Night In New York"] *
    
            3:29    Prayer
            3:40    Arpeggiator
            5:36    Our Lady Of The Angels
            2:52    Pol In B
            5:34    Miss Haymes
            5:19    For Mother          [similar to "What Is It To Me (Woman)"]
            3:35    Requiem
            5:14    Jacqueline
            5:13    Elevator Sequence   [sim. to "English Landscape Tradition"]
            7:43    Missing Boy
            8:18    When The World (Version) *            [mislabeled "U.S.P."]
            3:11    Tomorrow
    
    - liner notes state recording was in October 1986, but it's thought to
      be compiled from two concerts given on the same day in November.
    
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    Sonora [magazine/comp]
    
        CD: IT  1990 (Materiali Sonori 1/90)
    
            3:52    Our Lady Of The Angels (Alternative Mix)
    
    - "Out of stock and it is not likely that it will be reprinted" MS 95.03.29
    
    Supplements: article text, cover image
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    The Liberator -- Artists for Animals [comp]                          [1986]
    
        LP: UK 12/86 (Deltic DELT 3)
        LP: US  1986 (Slip Records SD003)
        CD: UK  1989 (Deltic DELT CD3)
    
            4:25    The Aftermath
    
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    Red Shoes [comp]                                                  [1986-87]
    
        CD: IT  1992 (Materiali Sonori MASO CD 90037)
        CD: JP  1995 (King KKCP-73)
    
            3:14    Red Shoes
            4:31    When The World (Version) *
            4:47    For Madeline (II)
            6:40    Pete's Riff
            2:54    For Zinni (III)
            2:57    The Crowned Goddess
            3:57    For Rebecca
            2:41    Song For Les Preger
            5:07    Florence Sunset                            [from MASO70003]
            3:39    All That Love And Maths Can Do             [from MASO70003]
            3:59    San Giovanni Dawn                          [from MASO70003]
            4:42    For Friends In Italy                       [from MASO70003]
    
    * with VR vocals
    
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    The City Of Our Lady                                                 [1987]
    
       12": UK  8/87 (Factory FAC 184)
    
            4:13    Our Lady Of The Angels
            4:11    White Rabbit *
            8:40    Gatos Con Guantes **
    
    *  With Debi Diamond; cover of Jefferson Airplane/Grace Slick tune
    
    ** "`Catos con Guantes' is a Spanish/Mexican phrase I encountered in
       L.A. -- means "Cats with Gloves... don't catch mice".  I thought
       if I was Paco de Lucia I'd think the musician was wearing gloves."
       [VR letter to Alan Macdougall, 1989/07]
    
       The full Spanish phrase is "Gato con guantes no caza ratones".
       The spelling error has been retained on subsequent reissues for
       copyright registration reasons.
    
    ~ For A Lady
    ~ Amigos
    
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    Our Lady Of The Angels                                               [1987]
    
       CDS: UK 12/87 (Factory FACD 194)
    
            4:13    Our Lady Of The Angels                        [from FAC184]
            6:46    When The World (Newson Mix)
            8:40    Gatos Con Guantes                             [from FAC184]
    
    - Sleeve listing transposes the last two tracks
    
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    When The World                                                       [1987]
    
       VHS: UK 12/87 (Factory FAC 194) [PAL]
    
            6:46    When The World (Newson Mix)
    
    - refers to Lloyd Newson, of DV8 Physical Theatre
    
       CDV: UK  2/88 (Factory FACDV 194) [PAL]
    
            4:55    When The World (soundtrack)
            5:13    When The World (album)                       [from FACT204]
            4:02    Final Cut
            5:18    When The World (video)
    
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    The Guitar And Other Machines                                        [1987]
    
        LP: UK 12/87 (Factory FACT 204)
        LP: US  1988 (Virgin Venture 7 90887-1
        LP: ES  1987 (Nuevos Medios 33 280 L)
        LP: DE  198? (Rough Trade Deutschland RTD65)
        LP: GR  198? (EMI/Virgin Greece 50321 / FACT 204)
        CS: UK 12/87 (Factory FACT 204C)
        CS: US  1988 (Virgin Venture 7 90887-4)
       DAT: UK 12/87 (Factory FACT 204D) */**
        CD: UK 12/87 (Factory FACD 204) *
        CD: JP  1987 (Columbia 33CY-2010)
        CD: US  1988 (Virgin Venture 7 90887-2) *
        CD: UK 12/96 (Factory Once FACDO 204 / London 828 828-2) ***
    
            4:03    Arpeggiator
            3:47    What Is It to Me (Woman)
            3:13    Red Shoes
            2:41    Jongleur Grey
            5:13    When The World
            2:22    U.S.P.
            5:50    Bordeaux Sequence
            3:08    Pol In B
            4:48    English Landscape Tradition
            5:14    Miss Haymes
            1:42    Don't Think You're Funny
            6:25    LFO Mod ***                                [from FACT 164C]
            3:00    Dream Topping */***
            3:38    You Won't Feel Out of Place *
            4:57    28 Oldham Street */***
            6:46    When The World (Newson Mix) **
            8:40    Gatos Con Guantes **
            5:32    Otis ***                                     [from FACD234]
            3:20    English Landscape Tradition ***              [from FACD234]
            5:15    Finding The Sea ***                          [from FACD234]
            6:06    Bordeaux ***                                 [from FACD234]
    
    ** Europe's first commercial DAT album.
    
    - LP/CS has child exclaiming "Don't think you're funny, Vini!" at end
    - Tracks 13 and 14 w/Jeremy Kerr of ACR
    - "You Won't Feel Out Of Place" sample is from the film
      "The Man Who Fell To Earth"
    
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    Vini Reilly                                                   [Summer 1988]
    
        LP: UK  3/89 (Factory FACT 244)
        LP: AU  1989 (Factory Australia)
        LP: ES  1989 (Nuevos Medios 33.390-A)
        LP: BR  1989 (Stiletto FAC 244)
        CS: UK  3/89 (Factory FACT 244C)
       DAT: UK  3/89 (Factory FACT 244D) *
        CD: UK  3/89 (Factory FACD 244) *
        CD: BR  1989 (Stiletto FACD 244) *
        CD: JP  1989 (Columbia CY-3432)
        CD: UK 12/96 (Factory Once FACDO 244 / London 828 826-2) **
    
            2:47    Love No More
            2:59    Pol In G
            2:13    Opera I
            4:59    People's Pleasure Park
            3:12    Red Square *
            9:48    Finding The Sea
            4:17    Otis
            2:15    William B *
            3:57    They Work Every Day
            2:58    Opera II
            2:04    Homage To Catalonia
            4:04    Requiem Again
            3:01    My Country
            2:15    Paradise Passage Road **                  [from MASO 90024]
            2:42    Les Preger's Tune **                      [from MASO 90037]
            3:02    Buddhist Prayer **                          [from SporeCD1]
            2:29    Misere **                                   [from SporeCD1]
            2:43    Real Drums -- Real Drummer **               [from SporeCD1]
            2:18    Pathway **                                  [from SporeCD1]
            4:02    Rob Gray's Elegy **                         [from SporeCD1]
            2:29    Shirt No. 7 **                              [from SporeCD1]
    
    - Initial copies packaged with FAC[D] 244+
    
    - Some copies of FACT 244 have a lock-groove toward the end of
      "My Country"; this was apparently an intended artifact.
    
    - "Homage To Catalonia" is the title of George Orwell's account of
      fighting against Fascism in the Spanish Civil War
    
    - "Requiem Again" excerpted near beginning of 1996 film "Jerry Maguire"
    
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    Live At WOMAD 1988                                                   [1988]
    
       CDS: UK  7/89 (Factory FACD 234)
    
            5:27    Otis
            3:18    English Landscape Tradition
            5:12    Finding The Sea
            6:09    Bordeaux
    
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    Intruders At The Palace, Part 2 [comp]                               [1988]
    
       VHS: UK  1988 (BBC)
    
                    The Day Is Over
                    Red Shoes
                    Jacqueline
    
    - a benefit for the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London;
      ~50m of David Byrne and ~27m by Hugo Largo and Durutti Column
    
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    Dry                                                               [1988-89]
    
        CD: IT  6/91 (Materiali Sonori MASO CD 90024)
        CD: JP  1995 (King KKCP-72)
    
            7:39    Dry
            2:13    Paradise Passage Road
            3:50    Rope Around My Neck
            0:35    Short
            1:37    Boat People 1
            2:27    Boat People 2
            3:52    Our Lady (version)                       [from Sonora 1/90]
            2:00    Grade 2 Duet
            3:00    Octaves
            2:14    Out Of The Blue
            5:27    Otis                                         [from FACD234]
            3:18    English Landscape Tradition                  [from FACD234]
            5:12    Finding The Sea                              [from FACD234]
            6:09    Bordeaux                                     [from FACD234]
            4:28    The Beggar (live)
    
    - Dry is a bar at 28-30 Oldham St., Manchester, begun by Factory (FAC 201)
    
    Supplements: image, lyrics
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    The Sporadic Recordings
    
        CD: UK  1990 (Spore CD 1)
    
            2:59    Buddhist Prayer
            2:17    Pathway
            2:20    Nile Opera
            2:28    Shirt No. 7
            3:09    Kind Of Love
            4:00    Rob Gray's Elegy *
            2:28    Misere
            1:32    For Steven Patrick
            3:30    We Stumble              [identical to "Take Some Time Out"]
            2:43    Sketch For A Manchester Summer 1989
            1:32    Arpeggiator II
            1:41    Diazepam 5 mgs
            1:52    But Was I...?
            1:38    Pol In A-flat
            2:41    Real Drums -- Real Drummer         [related to "William B"]
            2:10    Another Mirror -- Another Wall
            6:09    30 Oldham Street
            2:36    4.10 am
            1:49    For Lydia
            1:01    Detail For Heidi And Jodie
            3:10    Zinni's Dance
            1:47    PPP Version           [related to "People's Pleasure Park"]
            4:43    For Lucy H.
            1:03    4.30 am
            1:59    It's A Bright Guilty World -- Part I
            1:33    It's A Bright Guilty World -- Part II
            1:54    Nile Reprise
            2:15    Diazepam 10 mgs
            0:34    <Canadian Customs>
    
    * Thought to be a pun on Thomas Gray's "Elegy in a Country Churchyard".
    
    - credited to Vini Reilly
    - limited edition of 4000, released by Paul Miller
    
    - 'Phonetically, the kanji is pronounced "Bee-nee Rye-lee"; literally
      translated, "beauty" "resemblance" "thunder/lightning" "cleverness".
      It can be read as "A beautiful and clever man who has wildness inside."'
      [Shingo Noda 1994/11/09]
    
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    Obey The Time                                                        [1990]
    
        LP: UK 12/90 (Factory FACT 274)
        LP: ES  199? (Nuevos Medios NM33554)
        CS: UK 12/90 (Factory FACTC 274)
        CD: UK 12/90 (Factory FACD 274)
        CD: DE  1990 (Rough Trade Deutschland RTD 110.1201.2)
        CD: JP  1991 (Columbia COCY-7185)
        CD: UK 10/98 (FACDO 274 / London 556 040-2) *
    
            1:02    Vino Della Casa Bianco
            5:17    Hotel Of The Lake 1990
            4:10    Fridays
            5:39    Home
            3:33    Art And Freight
            4:59    Spanish Reggae
            6:31    Neon
            6:51    The Warmest Rain
            4:09    Contra-indications
            1:36    Vino Della Casa Rosso
            6:07    The Together Mix *                           [from FACD284]
            5:06    Fridays (Up-Person Mix) *                    [from FACD284]
            7:25    Kiss Of Def *
    
    - "Spanish Reggae" was used in a 1992 Joe Frank monologue
    
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    The Together Mix
    
       12": UK  2/91 (Factory FAC 284)
       CDS: UK  2/91 (Factory FACD 284)
    
            6:05    Together Mix
            4:09    Contra-indications                           [from FACT274]
            5:05    Fridays (Up-Person mix)
    
    - Includes an insert/sleeve dedication 'For John and Emma'.
    
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    Razormaid - Cycle 3 Sector 2 [comp]
    
     2x12": US  199? (Razormaid! RM-LP-c3-s2)
        CD: US  199? (Razormaid RM-CD-!10)
    
            5:59    Together
    
    - mix by Joseph Watt; includes Kraftwerk "The Robots" sample
    
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    The Select Factory Tape [comp]
    
        CS: UK  3/91 (Factory FAC 305C)
    
            5:52    Megamix
    
    - Given away free as part of "Select" magazine March 1991 issue.
    - mix of "Contra-Indications", "The Warmest Rain", and "Home"
    - Produced and mixed by Martin Jackson and Paul Miller
    
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    Hare - Hunter - Field [comp]                                  [Spring 1991]
    
        CD: PT  1992 (Johnny Blue JOY 004)
    
            6:13    The New Fidelity
    
    - comp subtitled  "The Secret Passion Of Rudolf Peterson"
            "A compilation of sad love songs"
    
    - "I don't believe in perfection -- you can never have perfection.
      I like purity and truth, which are much more difficult, somehow...
      I write music about things which make me feel things and people make
      me feel more things than anything else...  I always find it strange
      that anybody would listen to my music because my music is very
      self-indulgent.  I always wondered why people listen to it because
      it is just me expressing my feelings"
    
      (excerpt taken from a recorded conversation between Vini Reilly
       and Miguel Santos, one day in the Spring of 1991)
    
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    Cities In The Park [comp]                                        [Aug 1991]
    
       VHS: UK 11/91 (PALACE PVC 2268S) [PAL]
       VHS: JP 11/92 (VAP VPVR-60654) [NTSC]
    
            5:38    Fado
    
    - live in Manchester
    
    
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    Sonora [magazine/comp]                                           [Mar 1993]
    
        CD: IT  1994 (Materiali Sonori 4/94)
    
            5:10    Times Like These
    
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    The In The City CD [comp]
    
        CD: UK  9/94 (Disctronics ITC94CD01) [promo]
    
            3:25    The Awards Show
    
    - Issued as promo with [Manchester UK] In The City Convention
      registration information.
    
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    Sex And Death                                                    [Oct 1993]
    
        CD: UK 11/94 (Factory Too FACD 2.01 / London 828 552-2)
        CD: CA 02/95 (Factory Too/FFRR 697-124 043-2) ?
        CD: US 03/95 (Factory Too/FFRR 697-124 043-2)
        CD: JP  1995 (Polydor POCD-1151)
        CS: CA 02/95 (Factory Too/FFRR 697-124 043-4) ?
        CS: US 03/95 (Factory Too/FFRR 697-124 043-4)
    
            2:05    Anthony
            4:14    The Rest Of My Life
            6:05    For Colette
            6:23    The Next Time
            5:27    Beautiful Lies
            5:51    My Irascible Friend
            2:49    Believe In Me
            2:51    Fermina
            2:00    Where I Should Be
            5:16    Fado
            1:42    Madre Mio
            5:10    Blue Period
    
     CDROM: UK 12/95 (Factory Too FACDR 2.11 / London 044 003-6) [Mac]
     CDROM: UK 03/98 (Factory Too FACDR 2.11W / London 044 003-5) [PC]
    
            2:05    Anthony
            4:14    The Rest of My Life
            6:23    The Next Time
            5:27    Beautiful Lies
            5:51    My Irascible Friend
            2:49    Believe In Me
            2:51    Fermina
            2:00    Where I Should Be
            1:42    Madre Mio
            5:10    Blue Period
    
    - "...one can translate 'Fado' as fate or destiny, understood as
      something unavoidable.  Mix that with the Latin feeling 'Saudade'
      (i.e. sort of longing) -- 'Amigos em Portugal' has a track with
      that name -- and you'll get a straaaaange mood.  It's somehow sad.
      That said, the music/singing is typically made with a guitar
      quartet/triplet ( 1/2 classic guitars, used as 'bass', and 2
      Portuguese guitars -- 12 strings each ! ), and a singer, the more
      black he/she is dressed the better, who sings with a lot of
      'inflections' in the voice...  Amalia Rodrigues is the exponent
      of our days, although there are many others."
      --Rui Tavares
    
    - Fermina is a character in Gabriel Garcia Marquez's novel
      "Love In The Time Of Cholera"
    
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    lyrics, review, press release, CD-ROM review
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    Total Guitar [magazine+cd]
    
        CD: UK  4/95 (TG Volume 5)
    
            6:46    My Only Love
    
    - "'My Only Love' is a radical reworking of ideas to be found in the
      track 'The Rest of My Life', the second track on 'Sex And Death'.
      It's just Vini, a guitar, a sampler and an ocean of reverb."
    
    Supplements: article
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    Unofficial Durutti Internet Activities
    
       NET: US  7/97 (Factory Too FAC 2.26)
    
            3:31    Believe In Me (mix one)
            3:52    Believe In Me (mix two)
            4:16    You Mess Me Up
            6:46    Duet                          [identical to "My Only Love"]
    
    - Web site, associated mailing list, and
      four Sex And Death outtakes for distribution over the 'net
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    Onda Sonora: Red Hot + Lisbon [comp]
    
        CD: PT  1998 (Movieplay Portuguesa MOV30.375)
        CD: BR  199? (Trama)
        CD: US  7/99 (Bar None Ahaon 107)
    
            1:31    It's Your Life, Babe
    
    
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    Fidelity                                                             [1995]
    
        CD: BE  4/96 (Crépuscule TWI 976-2)
        CD: FR  1996 (Delabel)
    
            7:14    Fidelity
            6:29    For Suzanne
            5:16    Future Perfect
            7:22    Abstract Of Expression
            1:35    G & T
            5:15    Remember Me
            7:18    Sanko
            6:20    Grace
            6:52    Guitar For Mother
            4:41    Storm For Steve
    
    - "delivered 10/21 [1995]"
    
    Supplements: image, press release
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    Experiments By Vini
    
     2xCDR: UK  8/98 (Factory Too FACDR 2.41) [promo]
    
               [Time Was Gigantic (Factory Too / London 558 330-2) promo]
            6:19    Organ Donor
            3:18    Pigeon
            4:15    I B Yours
            7:48    Twenty Trees
            7:55    Abuse
            3:23    Drinking Song
            7:40    Sing To Me
            2:28    My Last Kiss
            6:04    For Rachel
            7:33    Highfield Choir
            1:41    Epilogue
    
               [Reissued Experiments (Factory Too FACDR 2.41) promo]
            3:59    Amigos Em Portugal / Friends In Portugal
            3:21    Menina Ao Pé Duma Piscina / Small Girl By A Pool
            4:10    Lisboa / Lisbon
            2:58    Sara E Tristana / Sara And Tristana
            2:55    Estoril à Noite / Nighttime Estoril
            4:49    Favourite Descending Intervals
            1:24    To End With
            3:38    All That Love And Maths Can Do
            3:30    The Sea Wall
            4:15    Our Lady Of The Angels
            4:00    White Rabbit
            6:49    When The World (Newson Mix)
            6:07    The Together Mix
            5:06    Fridays (Up Person Mix)
            7:25    Kiss Of Def
    
    - A promotional CD-R edition of "Time Was Gigantic", plus a 15-track
      'normal' promo CD promoting the four upcoming re-issues.  An edition
      of 25 hand-numbered and with hand-cut artwork by Vini Reilly himself.
      [Frank Brinkhuis 1998/08/19 ]
    
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    Time Was Gigantic... When We Were Kids                               [1997]
    
        CS: UK  1998 (Factory Too) [promo]
        CD: UK 10/98 (Factory Too FACD 2.31 / London 558 330-2)
    
            6:19    Organ Donor
            3:18    Pigeon
            4:15    I B Yours
            7:48    Twenty Trees
            7:55    Abuse
            3:23    Drinking Song
            7:40    Sing To Me
            2:28    My Last Kiss
            6:04    For Rachel
            7:33    Highfield Choir
            1:41    Epilogue
    
    - "Twenty Trees" contains a sample from "Moonlight", one of the
      four sea interludes from Benjamin Britten's opera Peter Grimes
      (identification thanks to Trevor Brawn)
    - 'As for the Durutti Column, Vini has enlisted the help of local
      producer Keir Stewart and vocalist Eley Rudge and is close to
      completing Facd 2.21.  Incredible vocals; Vini doesn't sing - much.
      Favoured title this week for new album, "Time Was Gigantic".'
      [Factory web page Summer 1997]
    
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    Rebellion                                                            [2000]
    
        CD: UK  6/01 (Artful Records cd40)
        CD: US  6/03 (Psychobaby)
       NET: **  2004 (iTMS &c)
    
            4:21    4 Sophia
            5:44    Longsight Romance
            5:11    Gaykakinyam
            5:35    The Fields Of Athenry
            4:23    Overlord Part One
            4:54    Falling
            4:21    Voluntary Arrangement
            5:37    Mello Part One
            4:15    Mello Part Two
            3:39    Protest Song
            4:18    Meshugena
    
    - Yiddish titles:
      Meshugena:  crazy [person]
      Gaykakinyam:  "get lost!" (literally "go shit in the ocean",
      usually written "Gai kucken ahfen yam" with other variants)
    
    - "We've just finished off the next Durutti album, and I'm just
      looking at the artwork which has virtually been designed by Vini"
      confides DC's long-time collaborator Bruce Mitchell, with a smile,
      "it was much better when it was arty."  Inside Factory Design - 8vo
    
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    It's Your Life
    
       NET: UK 10/01 (Official Web Site)
    
            2:56    It's Your Life
    
    - downloadable extended version of "It's Your Life, Babe"
    
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    Voluntary Arrangement
    
       CDS: UK  2/02 (Artful Records) [promo]
    
            4:23    Voluntary Arrangement                     [from artfulcd40]
            5:10    Times Like These               [from Materiali Sonori 4/94]
            3:28    Cheryl
            5:40    Mello Part One                            [from artfulcd40]
    
    - 300 copies made; general release cancelled
    
    
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    Sporadic Recordings
    
      2xCD: UK  6/02 (Kooky Discs kookydisc 018)
    
               [Return Of The Sporadic Recordings]
            5:00    For Soph
            4:02    Final Cut                                   [from FACDV194]
            2:43    Silent Night (live) *           [similar to "My Last Kiss"]
            2:39    Smiles U Gave Away **        [identical to "Lies Of Mercy"]
            3:34    Waiting 4 The Earth
            5:04    U Didn't Need Me                     [instrumental version]
            5:30    How Do U Think It's Going To Feel?
            4:45    Slo-Glyde
            8:08    Returned Love
            8:40    Gatos Con Guantes                             [from FAC184]
            3:21    Vampire Business
            4:50    Ping-Pong
            2:23    Zinni Tune
            4:20    I'm Nowhere                 [identical to "You Mess Me Up"]
            6:51    Only Love                             [from Total Guitar 5]
    
               [The Sporadic Recordings]
            2:20    Nile Opera
            3:09    Kind Of Love
            1:32    For Steven Patrick
            3:30    We Stumble              [identical to "Take Some Time Out"]
            2:43    Sketch For A Manchester Summer 1989
            1:32    Arpeggiator II
            1:41    Diazepam 5 mgs
            1:52    But Was I...?
            1:38    Pol In A-flat
            2:10    Another Mirror -- Another Wall
            6:09    30 Oldham Street
            2:36    4.10 am
            1:49    For Lydia
            1:01    Detail For Heidi And Jodie
            3:10    Zinni's Dance
            1:47    PPP Version           [related to "People's Pleasure Park"]
            4:43    For Lucy H.
            1:03    4.30 am
            1:59    It's A Bright Guilty World -- Part I
            1:33    It's A Bright Guilty World -- Part II
            1:54    Nile Reprise
            2:15    Diazepam 10 mgs
            0:34    <Canadian Customs>
    
    * from BBC Radio 1, Mark Radcliffe's show 1996/12/05
    ** from "Amigos Em Portugal"; remastered from vinyl
    
    - planned limited edition of 2500
    - Sporadic Recordings reissue disc omits the FACDO 244 bonus tracks
    
    
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    Someone Else's Party
    
        CD: UK  2/03 (Universal Artful LC49CD)
        CD: US  6/03 (Psychobaby)
       NET: **  2004 (iTMS &c)
    
            4:22    Love Is A Friend
            4:30    Spanish Lament
            3:52    Somewhere
            4:34    Somebody's Party
            4:23    Requiem For My Mother
            5:28    Remember
            5:52    Vigil
            4:55    Blue
            5:34    No More Hurt
            3:14    Spasmic Fairy
            4:27    American View
            3:29    Drinking Time
            6:54    Woman
            3:15    Goodbye
    
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    Woman
    
       CDS: UK  8/03 (Artful Records cd46) [promo]
    
            3:31    Woman (Radio Edit)
    
    - Released for California radio airplay
      (Someone Else's Party was strongly promoted by KCRW) 
    
    
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    Tempus Fugit
    
        CD: UK  4/04 (Kooky kookydisc 019)
    
            0:12    Counting...
            4:50    Shooting
            4:45    Lullaby 4 Nina
            5:04    Mystery
            4:02    Guitar-Woman
            6:06    Violence
            4:43    Bollywood
            4:39    Love Song On Quattro
            3:50    Tempus Fugit
            3:00    The Man Who Knows
            3:09    Slipping Away
            5:12    Trip For An Opera
            4:30    Untitled For You
            3:32    Salford Harmonics
            0:04    ...Shopping
    
    
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    Faith
    
        CD: UK  5/04 (Kooky/thedurutticolumn.com dcsub04)
    
            5:53    Faith
            6:09    Creole
            6:47    Woman (Strat' version)
            4:50    Swim 2 The Sea
            2:38    Miniature Opera
            3:54    Believe In me (version)
            4:26    Miller's Mess
            5:42    Missing Boy (demo)
            3:03    Intervals (demo)
    
    - first Durutti Column subscription group release
    
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    Heaven Sent (It Was Called Digital.  It Was Heaven Sent)
    
       NET: UK  3/05 (F4 Records 1)
    
            4:55    Bruce
            4:31    Mike
            4:19    Keir
            5:01    Alan
            5:05    Neil
            3:51    Anthony
    
    - reworkings of old tunes, originally released on Tony Wilson's
      latest (download-only) F4 label and subsequently available on
      other download sites such as the iTunes Music Store
    
    
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    Keep Breathing
    
        CD: UK 12/05 (Artful/Fulfill)
        CD: JP  2006 (Imperial TECI-30398)
    
            3:54    Nina
            5:22    It's Wonderful
            5:34    Maggie
            4:49    Helen
            5:09    Neil
            5:19    Big Hole
            7:04    Let Me Tell You Something
            3:57    Lunch
            5:37    Gun
            4:33    Tuesday
            6:45    Agnus Dei
            6:48    Waiting
    
    The Durutti Column at XFM Manchester 
    
       DVD: JP  2006 (Imperial TECI-30398)
            1:40    Introduction
            6:20    Sea Line Woman
            6:29    Requiem For My Mother
            7:41    If You Were Me
    
    
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    Sporadic 3
    
        CD: UK 04/07 (Kooky)
    
            3:30    Birthday Present
            5:50    Dig A Hole
            5:49    Mama And Papa
            3:24    In The City                                [from ITC94CD01]
            4:54    The Best Dream
            4:03    The End Of The Journey
            4:22    For Loretta
            3:15    New Order Tribute
            4:03    I B Yours - Version
            6:00    Natural Mystics
            3:38    Drinking Time - Version
            4:30    Trust The Art Not The Artist
            5:05    Fate
            5:14    For Danny                         [long version of SS45005]
    
    
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    Idiot Savants
    
        CD: UK 07/07 (Kooky)
    
            6:13    Better Must Come
            6:13    Interleukin 2; For Anthony
            9:04    Please Let Me Sleep
            6:12    2 Times Nice
            5:43    No Last Surprise
            6:04    Gathering Dust
            8:31    Whisper To The Wind
            4:15    That Blows My Name Away; For Rachel
    
    
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    Sunlight To Blue... Blue To Blackness
    
        CD: UK 06/08 (Kooky)
    
            4:26    Glimpse
            5:56    Contact
            3:58    Messages
            5:06    Ged
            3:58    Ananda
            5:41    Never Known Version
            4:10    So Many Crumbs And Monkeys!
            8:06    Head Glue
            5:04    Demo For Gathering Dust
            4:36    Cup A Soup Romance
            4:54    Grief
    
    
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    Treatise On The Steppenwolf
    
        CD: UK 08/08 (LTM)
    
            3:46    A Beautiful Thought (Pt 1)
            5:52    The Mothers and the Fathers
            5:11    A Wolf of the Steppes
            3:53    Interlude
            3:27    The Title on the Cover
            2:59    Divided
            2:38    Magic Theatre
            4:27    Soul Track
            4:00    Harry Dreams the Dream
            3:40    Beautiful Thought (Pt 2)
            4:02    Stupid Steppenwolf (Pt 1)
            6:47    Stupid Steppenwolf (Pt 2)
            4:58    Lullaby (Live)
            2:54    Mello (Live)
    
    
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    Love In The Time Of Recession
    
        CD: UK 03/09 (Artful CD64)
        CD: JP 06/09 (Imperial TECI-25558) *
    
            6:11    In Memory of Anthony
            4:22    Rant
            4:50    More Rainbows
            4:48    I'm Alive
            6:09    For Bruce
            5:20    Painting
            3:15    Wild Beast Tamed
            5:26    Rainbow Maker
            3:22    My Poppy
            7:11    Loser
            7:01    Lock-Down
            3:53    The Secret Between The Blade And Me *
            5:19    Duet For Piano And Guitar *
            4:34    Everybody's Laughing (I Don't Care) *
    
    
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    A Paean to Wilson
    
      2xCD: UK 03/09 (Kooky 29/1 & 29/2)
    
            0:57    Or Are You Just A Technician
           10:34    Chant
            3:21    Quatro
            8:07    Requiem
            7:11    Stuki
            4:20    Along Came Poppy
            8:36    Brother
            3:17    Duet With Piano
            2:29    Darkness here
            8:24    Catos Revisited
            4:12    The Truth
           11:40    How Unbelievable
    
    Heaven Sent (It Was Called Digital.  It Was Heaven Sent)
    
            4:54    Bruce
            4:22    Mike
            4:31    Keir
            5:05    Alan
            5:00    Neil
            3:51    Anthony
    
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    SECONDARY RELEASES (previously-issued material)
    
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    Sketch For Summer / Sketch For Winter
    
        7": AU  1980 (Gap/Factory SFA 491)
    
                    Sketch For Summer                             [from FACT14]
                    Sketch For Winter                             [from FACT14]
    
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    Coincidence Vs. Fate [comp]
    
      2xLP: JP 11/84 (Crépuscule Au Japon SC 1004/5)
    
                    Party                                         [from TWI081]
                    Sleep Will Come                               [from TWI007]
    
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    Discreet Campaigns [comp]
    
        CS: UK 12/85 (Rorschach Testing ROR 1)
    
                    Sleep Will Come                               [from TWI007]
    
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    Vusic Express Limited Video Compilation #4
    
     2xVHS: US ?1985 (Vusic Digital Express)
    
                    Blind Elevator Girl                        [from FACT144V?]
    
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    A New Age In Music -- Sampler [comp]
    
        LP: CA  1986 (Polygram 830 459-1)
        CD: CA  1986 (Polygram 830 459-4)
    
                    Without Mercy (excerpt)                       [from FACT84]
    
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    Aqui Viene El Crepusculo [comp]
    
        LP: ES  8/86 (Gasa GA 035)
    
                    Party                                         [from TWI081]
    
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    Crépuscule Collection 3 - The Rough With The Smooth [comp]
    
        LP: BE 12/86 (Crépuscule TWI 651)
    
                    Madeleine                                       [from FBN2]
    
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    Factory Instore Video Number 1
    
       VHS: UK  4/87 (Factory FACT 180) [PAL]
    
                    The Missing Boy                              [from FACT56V]
    
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    Young, Popular And Sexy [comp]
    
        LP: US  1987 (Factory US FACTUS 17)
    
            4:09    Our Lady Of The Angels                        [from FAC184]
    
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    The Guitar And Other Marketing Devices
    
        7": UK 12/87 (Factory FAC 214) [square shaped flexi-disc]
    
            1:22    Jongleur Grey                                [from FACT204]
            1:17    Bordeaux Sequence                            [from FACT204]
            1:16    English Landscape Tradition                  [from FACT204]
            0:56    U.S.P.                                       [from FACT204]
    
    - "Extracts from the Factory Album, CD, Cassette and DAT, `The Guitar
      And Other Machines' by the Durutti Column, written by Vini Reilly and
      produced by Stephen Street; Fact 204" 
    
      "Related Products and Concerts"
      `When the World', a short film on CDV and Video Tape in collaboration
      with the dance group DV8; Facdv 194 and Fac 194.  'When the World'
      (Newson Mix), a CD single including two more tracks new to digital;
      Facd 194. `The First Four Albums', a specially priced 4 CD set; Facd 224
    
      'The Guitar in London', Astoria Theatre, Charing Cross Road, December
      6th 1987, with Shelleyann Orphan and friends.  'The Guitar Elsewhere',
      a series of Sunday night concerts that reaches the other parts of the
      country in January and February 1988.  Vini Reilly's 'Guitar' will also
      be appearing in collaboration with the Stephens -- Morrissey and Street
      -- live and on record in the New Year
    
    - 10,000 were pressed and put in special countertop boxes
    
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    Four + One [comp]                                                    [1987]
    
       VHS: US  4/88 (Factory US FACTUS 25) [NTSC]
    
            6:42    When The World (Newson Mix)                   [from FAC194]
    
    Supplements: image (link)
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    Quizás No! [comp]
    
      2xLP: ES  1989 (Grabaciones Accidentales GA-318)
    
                    Madeleine                                       [from FBN2]
    
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    L'Assassins Du Dimanche [comp]
    
        CD: JP  3/89 (Crépuscule Au Japon/Victor Musical Industries VDP-5201)
    
            2:28    La Douleur                                     [from IM011]
    
    - "The Durutti Column with Blaine L. Reininger"
    
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    10 ROIR Years [comp]
    
        CS: US  1990 (Reach Out International ROIR)
    
            5:13    Elevator Sequence                          [from ROIR A152]
    
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    The First Four Albums [comp]
    
      4xCD: UK  3/88 (Factory FACD 224)         [from FACT14/44/74/84 + FAC114]
    
    - The FACT 400 discography refers to this as 'The Early Years Japonica'
      because Factory UK imported repressed discs from the individual Japanese
      editions and repackaged them as a quad-CD box budget release containing
      four cards with small black & white album cover images.
    
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    3x20 (Colours) [comp]
    
      3xCD: JP  199? (Shinseido)
    
            3:45    Lips That Would Kiss                            [from FBN2]
    
    - Made in the UK for the Japanese market; each CD has 20 tracks
      from Britain's leading indie labels
    
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    Unbelievable - The Indie Dance Album [comp]
    
        CD: UK  4/91 (Unbelievable UNBD101)
    
            4:09    Contra-indications                           [from FACT274]
    
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    Tears In Their Eyes [comp]
    
        LP: UK  1991 (Factory FAC 314)
        CD: UK  1991 (Factory FACD 314)
        CS: UK  1991 (Factory FACT 314C)
    
            3:00    Sketch For Summer                             [from FACT14]
    
    - Full title "Palatine - The Factory Story/Vol. 1/1979-1982/Tears In
      Their Eyes"
    - Part of the 1992 FACT/D 400 Palatine package, or available separately.
    
    Supplements: image (CD) (link)
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    The Beat Groups [comp]
    
        LP: UK  1991 (Factory FAC 334)
        CD: UK  1991 (Factory FACD 334)
        CS: UK  1991 (Factory FACT 334C)
    
            4:15    Otis                                         [from FACT244]
    
    - Full title "Palatine - The Factory Story/Vol. 3/1979-1989/The Beat
      Groups"
    - Part of the 1992 FACT/D 400 Palatine package, or available separately.
    
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    Selling Out [comp]
    
        LP: UK  1991 (Factory FAC 344)
        CD: UK  1991 (Factory FACD 344)
        CS: UK  1991 (Factory FACT 344C)
    
            6:07    The Together Mix                              [from FAC284]
    
    - Full title "Palatine - The Factory Story/Vol. 4/1987-1990/Selling Out"
    - Part of the 1992 FACT/D 400 Palatine package, or available separately.
    
    Supplements: image (CD) (link)
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    Palatine [comp]
    
      4xCS: UK  1992 (Factory FACT 400)
      4xCS: CA  1992 (Factory/London ffrr 520 000-4)
      4xCD: UK  1992 (Factory FACT 400)
      4xCD: CA  1992 (Factory/London ffrr 520 000-2)
    
            3:00    Sketch For Summer                             [from FACT14]
            4:15    Otis                                         [from FACT244]
            6:07    The Together Mix                              [from FAC284]
    
    - Full title "Palatine - The Factory Story/1979-1990"
    - Boxed set consisting of FACT/D 314+324+334+344 + booklet.
    
    Supplements: liner notes, image (link)
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    Palatine Video [comp]                                            [Nov 1991]
    
       VHS: UK  1991 (Factory FACT 400V)
    
                    When The World                                [from FAC194]
    
    - Subtitle: "With love from Factory to HMV for You".
    - Came free with initial copies of FACT 400 bought from HMV (UK).
    
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    Blue [film soundtrack]
    
        CD: UK  1993 (Mute CD STUMM 49)
        CD: US  1993 (Mute/Elektra Nonesuch 79337-2)
        CD: DE  199? (Intercord IRS 971.375 PC210)
       VHS: UK  199? (Mute Video) [PAL]
       VHS: US  1995 (Kino on Video) [NTSC]
    
            1:23    Fermina                             [excerpt from FACD2.01]
    
    - film directed by Derek Jarman
    
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    Ambiances Musiques D'un Nouvel Age [comp]
    
        CD: FR  3/93 (Delabel DE 877572)
    
            3:00    Madeleine                                       [from FBN2]
    
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    Ai Confini Interzone ("In the Interzone of Music") [comp]
    
        CD: IT  1993 (New Tone NT 6714)
    
            5:52    Megamix                                      [from FAC305C]
    
    -'The Durutti Column is a historical group, from Manchester, tied up
      with the experience of their guitarist, Vinny Reilly.  The band was
      founded in the post-punk period and has been able to trace an original
      path connected to the lyricism and melancholy of their leader:  his
      music enjoys a hard and fast coherence where the label "rock" is
      undoubtedly limiting.  From the first recorded work, "The Return of
      The Durutti Column (Factory 1980), the musical path of The Durutti
      Column has developed in accordance with a musical stance which has
      distanced them more and more from rock music, almost becoming electric
      folk.  They have had a deep influence on other musicians in the
      Manchester music scene.  Reilly has collaborated with, among others,
      Morrissey (Smiths) and Holly Johnson.  In this sense, the connecting
      link between the slightly anarchistic, creative style of groups in the
      seventies, like Joy Division, A Certain Ratio and the new, more
      psychedelic movement of present groups can be glimpsed.  MEGAMIX is
      influenced by Disco music, as can be assumed from the title, but the
      finale is surprising with the prominence of Reilly's guitar.'
    
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    Guide To Intelligent Music -- Guitar And Piano [comp]
    
        CD: IT  199? (Materiali Sonori MASO CD 90021)
    
                    Out Of The Blue                          [from MASOCD90024]
    
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    Hymne An Die Poesie [comp]
    
        CD: DE  1995 (Weisser Herbst herbst 008)
    
            3:39    All That Love And Maths Can Do                 [from FBN51]
    
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    Too Young To Know, Too Wild To Care (The Factory Story Pt. 1) [comp]
    
        CD: UK  3/97 (London 828 700-2)
    
            5:23    For Belgian Friends                           [from FACT24]
    
    - VR also with The Wake "Talk About The Past" & Quando Quango "Genius"
    
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    Twilight Easy Listening [comp]
    
        CD: BE  5/97 (Crépuscule TWI 1034-2)
    
            4:17    Royal Infirmary                                [from FBN36]
    
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    Different Colours, Different Shades [comp]
    
        CD: UK  1997 (London / Factory Once FACT 2.40)
    
            2:47    Love No More                                 [from FACT244]
    
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    Suoni E Visioni [comp]
    
        CD: IT  1997 (WEA/CGD)
    
    - a song from "Dry"; related to an annual new music festival held in Milan
    
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    And Here Is The Young Man: Martin Hannett Productions [comp]    [1978-1991]
    
        CD: UK  1998 (Débutante/Polygram 555 976-2)
    
            5:24    Belgian Friends                               [from FACT24]
    
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    Crépuscule For Café Après-midi [comp]
    
        CD: JP 11/01 (Victor JVC VICP-61558)
    
            3:35    Experiment In Fifth                           [from TWI035]
    
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    24 Hour Party People [soundtrack]
    
        CD: UK 04/02 (WEA/London)
        CD: US 08/02 (Rhino Records/ffrr)
    
            4:15    Otis                                         [from FACT244]
    
    - "And now a Vini Reilly track.  As God says in the Movie, it's good
      music to chill out to.  With all the mythologising over the Ian
      Curtis suicide, the applause at the way Blue Monday reshaped music
      and the delight at the way the Happy Mondays reshaped their central
      cortexes, it can be forgotten that Factory Records of Manchester,
      England, was begotten to get the music of an anemic-looking
      waif-like (genius) guitarist out there on the street.  I'm not going
      to explain the origin of the Nom de Plume that Vini worked under -
      The Durutti Column - buy the fucking book.  But I will explain that
      the track "Otis" comes from an album called Vini Reilly, the sixth
      of ten major albums by our Vin.  This is the point in the 80's where
      the fiddling with the new computer technologies via a bunch of wires
      and a bunch of gaffer tape has progressed to the motherboard and
      you can buy all-in-one boxes that do the trick very nicely thank
      you. Bit like replacing ten years of meditation with a tab of
      acid.  We bought Vini some boxes; a sampler and a sequencer to be
      exact.  And this is the result.  The machines work well but it's
      still Vini's guitar that haunts."  -Anthony Wilson, March 2002
    
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    The Best Of The Durutti Column [comp]
    
      2xCD: UK 10/04 (Warner 5046753932)
    
            2:58    Sketch For Summer                             [from FACT14]
            5:00    Conduct                                       [from FACT14]
            2:22    Sketch For Winter                             [from FACT14]
            3:45    Lips That Would Kiss                            [from FBN2]
            5:21    For Belgian Friends                           [from FACT24]
            3:36    Danny                                        [from SS45005]
            6:46    Never Known                                   [from FACT44]
            2:14    Jacqueline                                    [from FACT44]
            6:32    The Missing Boy                               [from FACT44]
            3:21    Prayer                                        [from FACT74]
            4:09    Spent Time                                    [from FACT74]
            6:44    Without Mercy (Stanzas 4 to 7)        [excerpt from FACT84]
            7:04    Without Mercy (Stanzas 10 to 12)      [excerpt from FACT84]
            5:58    The Room                                      [from FACT84]
            4:02    Tomorrow                                       [from FBN36]
            6:21    LFO Mod                                    [from FACT 164C]
    
            3:47    What Is It to Me (Woman)                     [from FACT204]
            5:32    Otis                                         [from FACT244]
            4:04    Requiem Again                                [from FACT244]
            5:39    Home                                         [from FACT274]
            4:09    Contra-indications                           [from FACT274]
            4:59    People's Pleasure Park                       [from FACT244]
            5:51    My Irascible Friend                         [from FACD2.01]
            5:16    Fado                                        [from FACD2.01]
            7:40    Sing To Me                                  [from FACD2.31]
            3:18    Pigeon                                      [from FACD2.31]
            5:37    Mello Part One                           [from Artful cd40]
            4:54    Falling                                  [from Artful cd40]
            6:54    Woman                                    [from Artful 49cd]
            4:23    Requiem For My Mother                    [from Artful 49cd]
    
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    OTHER RECORDINGS (timings approximate)
    
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    UK TV performance                                                    [1980]
    
    - A 9m outtake from the 1980 Granada TV Celebrations Show.  It was never
      broadcast, but on one occasion was part of 'The Factory Circus' video
      show (FAC 46) ~1985.  It features Vini (headphones on his head) and
      Martin Hannett (bass & synth), performing some cuts from 'The Return
      Of The Durutti Column'.
    
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    Muntplein; Brussels, Belgium                                   [1981/08/13]
    
            5:05    Sketch For Dawn
            2:22    Messidor
            3:42    Jacqueline
            2:37    Conduct (version)
            2:12    Sketch For Summer
            3:18    Danny                                         [on TWI082-2]
            3:04    "Useless Body"
            7:14    The Missing Boy
            5:07    Madness                                       [on TWI082-2]
            1:54    For Friends In Belgium                        [on TWI082-2]
    
    - mixing desk recording
    
    Supplements: interview following performance
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    Rafters; Porterhouse; Manchester, England                      [1981/12/07]
    
    - soundboard recording / 2nd gen./ 45m (incomplete)
    
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    Demos                                                            [?1981-83]
    
            5:58    Family Portrait              [version of The Act Committed]
            7:11    The Priest                         [version of Never Known]
            4:43    A Painting                 [version of Experiment In Fifth]
            6:25    Portrait For Paul              [version of Detail For Paul]
            5:05    Portrait For Frazier                              [version]
            3:37    <unknown; beatbox, whistling & faint vocals>
            5:03    Portrait For Frazier                              [version]
            5:22    Smile In The Crowd          [version of Weakness And Fever]
    
    - Originally reported as "from the Crépuscule archives:  an alternate
      take of 'Hommage To Martinu' and 4-track demos of 'Sketch For Dawn',
      'Family Portrait', 'The Priest', 'A Painting', 'Messidor' and 'Smile
      In The Crowd'."
    
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    Short Stories For Pauline                                            [1983]
    
            4:15    At First Sight
            4:36    A Silence                            [related to "Silence"]
            3:19    Journeys By Vespa
            3:58    Limitations / Invitations                    ["The Square"]
            1:40    Model                         ["Little Horses of Tarquina"]
            2:29    Duet            [w/Blaine Reininger, retitled "La Douleur"]
            3:44    Destroy She Said
            3:30    Take Some Time Out
            2:10    Mirror A                 ["Another Mirror -- Another Wall"]
            2:01    Cocktail
            1:39    Telephone Call
            3:37    Mirror B
            4:22    A Room In Southport                          ["Snowflakes"]
            3:28    College                                    ["The Sea Wall"]
    
    - unreleased album, 10 tracks available on FBN 2 CD & Sporadic Recordings
      (the others are "A Silence", "Cocktail", "Telephone Call", "Mirror B")
    
    - Was originally to have been FBN 36 but was unreleased due to Factory UK
      pressure.  They didn't want this to interfere with the release of
      FACD 144, Factory's first CD.  SSFP was shelved as Vini Reilly had
      recorded a new album in the meantime.  [Frank Brinkhuis]
    
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    Portugal                                                             [1983]
    
    - audience recording
    
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    Tokyo, Japan                                                   [1984/04/29]
    
    - soundboard recording; 8 songs
    
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    The Inkstick; Tokyo, Japan                                     [1984/05/02]
    
                    Sketch For Dawn
                    Sketch For Summer
                    Jacqueline
                    Without Mercy (version)
                    Love Fading/Silence
                    Never Known
                    Conduct
                    Dream Of A Child
                    The Missing Boy
                    The Beggar
                    Wheels Turning
    
    - audience recording
    
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    "The Tube", BBC TV Channel 4                                   [1985/02/08]
    
                    Without Mercy
                    The Room
    
    - total ~12m
    
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    San Giovanni, Italy                                            [1985/12/10]
    
    - total ~80m; related ~20m interview
    - audience recording; also Materiali Sonori 4-track mixing desk recording
    
    - 'This was the first "Greetings" happening, a yearly festival held in the
      Materiali Sonori home town.  Stockholm Monsters were the opening act of
      the night, DC were the headline band.  They both played in a small
      theatre in front of 400/500 people.'  [Paolo Cesaretti]
    
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    Zeleste; Barcelona, Spain                                   [1985/02/27+28]
    
                    Sketch For Dawn
                    Sketch For Summer
                    Mercy Theme
                    Little Mercy
                    E.E.
                    Without Mercy [excerpt]
                    Mercy Dance
                    The Room
                    Blind Elevator Girl
                    Love Fading/Silence
                    Prayer
                    The Beggar
                    The Missing Boy
                    ?
                    Self Portrait
    
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    El Mocambo; Toronto, Canada                                    [1986/10/17]
    
    - FM broadcast / 2nd gen. / 45m
    
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    Bottom Line; NYC, USA                                          [1986/11/23]
    
                    Prayer
                    Arpeggiator
                    Our Lady Of The Angels
                    Pol In B
                    Jacqueline
                    Missing Boy
                    All That Love and Maths Can Do
                    Miss Haymes
                    Bordeaux
                    When The World
                    Tomorrow (encore)
                    The Beggar (encore)
    
    - two concerts from which the ROIR Live At The Bottom Line is culled
    
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    live TV cablecast; Toronto, Canada                             [1986/11/??]
    
    - Personnel:  Vini Reilly, Bruce Mitchell, John Metcalfe
      Stuart James did equipment, mix, tour management.
    
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    The Haçienda; Manchester, England                              [1987/08/16]
    
       vid: UK  1987 (Structure Moderne SM 16) [unreleased]
    
                    Arpeggiator
                    What Is It To Me
                    Jongleur Grey
                    When The World
                    Miss Haymes
                    Jacqueline
                    ...
    
    - 68m footage of a DC rehearsal at The Haçienda.  It was allegedly shot
      by Claude Bessy, but never released.
    
      Personnel: Vini Reilly - guitar, keyboards, DX; Bruce Mitchell - drums,
      percussion, xylophone; John Metcalfe - violin, xylophone, drums
    
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    The Inkstick; Tokyo, Japan                                     [1987/05/12]
    
                    Prayer
                    Arpeggiator
                    Pol In b
                    Miss Haymes
                    Our Lady Of The Angels
                    Jacqueline
                    Sketch For Dawn
                    Take Some Time Out
                    English Landscape Tradition
                    Bordeaux Sequence
                    Red Shoes
                    All That Love And Maths Can Do
                    Dream Of A Child
                    The Missing Boy
                    When The World
                    For Belgian Friends
                    Tomorrow
                    The Beggar
    
    - audience recording
    
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    Aula Magna; Lisboa, Portugal                                   [1988/05/01]
    
    - audience recording
    
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    outtakes                                                          [1988-89]
    
    - two cassettes
    
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    The Tramway; Glasgow, Scotland                                 [1990/09/08]
    
            6:22    Home
            4:03    What Is It To Me (Woman)
            4:40    English Landscape Tradition
            4:36    Sketch For Dawn
            4:30    For Madeline (II)
            7:43    Finding The Sea [with VR vocal]
            5:41    Jacqueline
            2:45    Opera II
            5:50    Bordeaux Sequence
            6:49    The Missing Boy
            4:40    The Beggar
    
    - audience recording
    
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    The New Sessions [UK TV broadcast]                                   [1991]
    
            4:07    What Is It To Me (Woman)
            5:37    Jacqueline
            4:13    Finding The Sea [with VR vocal]
            2:59    Opera II
            6:16    The Missing Boy
    
    - live at Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester
    
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    Compilation Tape
    
            3:57    <house instrumental, synth>
            3:54    <instrumental, guitar and keyboard percussion>
            2:24    Boat People 2                               [on MASO 90024]
            2:05    <acoustic instrumental, guitar>
            0:42    <acoustic instrumental, guitar>
            3:14    <acoustic instrumental, guitar>
            4:58    Contra-indications [extended]
            1:26    Grade 2 Duet [version, with mistakes]
            2:13    Paradise Passage Road                       [on MASO 90024]
            1:35    Vino Della Casa Rosso                         [on FACT 274]
    
                    [Little Big Band]
            5:02    Hurry On Sundown [extended]
            3:28    Hurry On Sundown
            2:23    Woodland Rock                                 [on FACD 207]
            3:53    Stranger                                      [on FACD 207]
            2:26    Travellin' Home                               [on FACD 207]
            3:39    Charley James                                 [on FACD 207]
            2:31    Fixin' To Die                                 [on FACD 207]
            3:22    Subterranean Home Sick Blues                  [on FACD 207]
    
    - via friend of a friend of VR
    - "Hurry On Sundown" is a cover of a 1969 Hawkwind song
    
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    Queen Elizabeth Hall With Chen Yiu; London, England            [1991/02/24]
    
            5:11    Sketch For A Manchester Summer 1989
            1:53    William B
            4:06    Bordeaux Sequence
            4:57    Fridays
            5:31    Hotel Of The Lake 1990
            5:45    Home
            5:52    Jacqueline
            8:39    Finding The Sea [with VR vocal & sans intro]
            2:39    Opera II
            5:21    <"Whale Jam">
            7:31    The Missing Boy
            5:00    The Beggar
    
    - audience recording
    
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    Sao Luiz; Lisboa, Portugal                                     [1991/04/26]
    
            2:29    Sketch For A Manchester Summer 1989
            4:16    What Is It To Me (Woman)
            5:13    Fridays
            5:24    Hotel Of The Lake 1990
            5:57    Home
            6:56    Jacqueline
            7:56    Finding The Sea
            2:45    Opera II
            4:24    <"Whale Jam">
            0:55    Fermina
            7:05    The Missing Boy
            5:19    The Beggar
            5:42    Sketch For Dawn
    
    - audience recording
    - VR, BM, Paul Miller sampler
    
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    Sao Luiz; Lisboa, Portugal                                     [1991/04/27]
    
    - audience recording
    
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    Coliseu; Porto, Portugal                                       [1991/04/30]
    
    - audience recording
    
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    UK BBC Radio 1, Mark Radcliffe's show                          [1994/11/10]
    
            2:30    For Joan                   [similar to "Gatos con Guantes"]
            4:04    Organ Donor
    
    - with brief conversation
    
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    UK BBC Radio 1, Mark Radcliffe's show                          [1996/12/05]
    
            2:43    Silent Night                    [similar to "My Last Kiss"]
            7:00    Twenty Trees
            4:24    Organ Donor
    
    - with brief conversation
    
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    The Jazz Cafe; London, England                                 [2002/02/18]
    
                    4 Sophia
                    Otis
                    Organ Donor
                    Mello Part One
                    Voluntary Arrangement
                    
                    Party
                    Tomorrow
                    Remember Me
                    
                    Jacqueline
                    The Missing Boy
                    The Beggar
    		Friends In Belgium
                    Tomorrow Never Knows [Beatles cover]
    
    - set list approximate
    
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    COLLABORATIONS AND COVERS
    
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    THE NOSEBLEEDS                                                   [Sep 1977]
    
        7": UK  9/77 (Rabid TOSH 102)
    
            2:53    Ain't Bin To No Music School
            2:03    Fascist Pigs
    
    ~ Sinus Trouble
    ~ Mr. Foe
    
    
    Streets [comp]
    
        LP: UK  1977 (Beggars Banquet BEGA1)
    
                    Ain't Bin To No Music School
    
    
    The Crap Stops Here [comp]
    
        LP: UK  1980 (Rabid/Absurd LAST 1)
    
                    Ain't Bin To No Music School
    
    Rabid/TJM Punk Singles Collection [comp]
    
        CD: UK  1996 (Receiver Records RRCD227)
    
            2:53    Ain't Bin To No Music School
            2:03    Fascist Pigs
    
    Punk And New Wave 1976-1979 [comp]
    
      5xCD: UK  1999 (MCA)
    
                    Ain't Bin To No Music School
    
    
    - VR guitar
      Ed Banger vocals, Pete Crookes bass and vocals, Toby drums
    - both compositions by Banger/Riley
    
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    GAMMER AND HIS FAMILIARS                                          [1979-81]
    
    Won't Look Out...
    
        LP: UK  1982 (Gammer)
    
            3:03    Crazy Jane */**
            3:53    San Diego *
            4:37    Waiting Rooms *                         [related to "Jazz"]
            3:48    Pull Out The Pin **
            3:20    Fingers */**                       [related to "Madeleine"]
            2:30    A Very Angry Clown *
            3:32    Market Place **
            5:17    Summer's Over *                      [related to "Conduct"]
    
    
    Rocket Ticket                                                     [1979-81]
    
        LP: UK  7/82 (Gammer 4)
    
            3:45    Before The Break */**               [related to "Collette"]
            5:58    Rocket Ticket *
            4:25    Market Place */**
            2:01    Cars And My Relations *
            4:46    Ghosts Won't Get In The Way *
            3:17    You're A Screwball *
            3:40    Then We Can Dry Each Other's Eyes *
            4:21    Motorbike Motorway *
    
    
    Will The New Baby                                                    [1982]
    
       12": UK  7/82 (Gammer 5)
    
            2:42    All Alone */**
            5:54    Granada, You've Got Me Under Your Smell */**
                                      [music identical to "Zinni", with lyrics]
    
    
    Gammer [comp]
    
        CS: UK  198? (?)
    
    - Probably contains both albums
    
    
    *  VR guitar
    ** VR co-wrote
    
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    JOHN COOPER CLARKE
    
    Snap Crackle and Bop
    
        LP: UK  1980 (Epic)
        CS: UK  1980 (Epic)
        CD: UK  1994 (Epic Rewind 477380-2)
    
            4:15    Belladonna        
            3:50    A Distant Relation
    
    - "extra special thanks to Vinnie Riley"
      (uncredited but obvious guitar on listed tracks)
    
    The Day My Pad Went Mad
    
        7": UK  1982 (Epic A 2077)
    
            3:45    A Distant Relation
    
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    PAULINE MURRAY AND THE INVISIBLE GIRLS                           [Jul 1980]
    
    Pauline Murray And The Invisible Girls
    
        LP: UK  1980 (Illusive)
        CD: UK  1993 (Polestar PSTRCD01)
    
            4:04    Time Slipping
            3:35    When Will We Learn
    
    - VR "special guest" guitar
    
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    JO LEMAIRE ET FLOUZE
    
    Pigmy World
    
        LP: BE  1981 (Vertigo 6468 066)
        CS: BE  1981 (Vertigo 7115 066)
    
            3:59    Shades Of Night
            4:20    Voices In The Silence
            3:34    Escape
    
    - VR guitar (and keyboards?)
    
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    BLAINE L. REININGER
    
    Instrumentals 1982-1987
    
        CD: JP  5/88 (Crépuscule Au Japon VDP 1342)
        CD: JP  1992 (Crépuscule Au Japon VICP 23031) [re-issue]
    
            2:29    Duet
    
    Instrumentals
    
        BE: CD  3/91 (Crépuscule TWI 840-2)
    
            2:29    La Douleur
            3:26    The Sea Wall
    
    - credited to Vini Reilly.
    
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    ANNE CLARK With VINI REILLY                                  [Mar/Apr 1983]
    
    Changing Places
    
        LP: UK  4/83 (Red Flame 22B)
        LP: DE  1983 (Virgin Germany 256 665)
        LP: ES  1983 (Virgin España E 206665)
        CD: UK  1986 (Ink INKCD001) [as part of "Trilogy" comp]
        CD: UK  1991 (Beehive BEECD2)
        CD: UK  199? (Beehive BEECD10) [as part of "Best of" comp]
    
            3:28    Echoes Remain Forever   [similar to "Small Girl By A Pool"]
            4:12    All Night Party                      [similar to "Saudade"]
            2:37    Pandora's Box
            3:54    Feel                           [similar to "Lies Of Mercy"]
            3:09    The Last Emotion                      [related to "Lisbon"]
    
    - VR wrote/performed the music, AC wrote/spoke the words
    - "Poets Turmoil No. 364" incorrectly credited to VR on some CDs
    
    Supplements: image (link), lyrics (l)
    Wallies
    
       12": UK  1985 (Ink Records)
    
            4:12    All Night Party                      [similar to "Saudade"]
    
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    THE WAKE
    
    Talk About the Past                                                  [1984]
    
        7": UK  3/84 (Factory FAC 88)
       12": UK  3/84 (Factory FAC 88-12)
       12": PT  1984 (Fundação Atlântica 2002126)
    
            3:47    Talk About the Past
            3:15    Everybody Works So Hard
    
    - VR piano & producer
    
    Supplements: image (link)
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    RICHARD JOBSON
    
    An Afternoon In Company
    
        LP: BE  1984 (Crépuscule TWI 080)
    
            2:40    Verbier
    
    10.30 On A Summer Night
    
        CD: BE 10/90 (Crépuscule TWI 129-2)
    
            2:40    Verbier
    
    The Right Man [comp]
    
      2xLP: BE  1/86 (Crépuscule TWI 615)
    
            2:40    Verbier
    
    - Verbier is a Swiss ski resort; hence the announcement dubbed over the
      end of the FBN100 track "For Patti"
    
    - VR guitar
    
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    QUANDO QUANGO                                                        [1985]
    
    Pigs and Battleships
    
        LP: UK 12/85 (Factory FACT 110)
        CS: UK 12/85 (Factory FACT 110c) *
    
            6:37    Genius
            5:54    Rebel
                    This Feeling
                    S.T.
                    40 Dreams
                    Low Rider
                    Love Tempo *
    
    Supplements: image (link)
    Genius
    
       12": UK  1985 (Factory FAC 137)
        7": UK  1985 (Factory FAC 137) [promo, edited versions]
    
            6:23    Genius
            5:43    Rebel
    
    - VR guitar
    
    Supplements: image (link)
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    BENJAMIN LEW / STEVEN BROWN
    
    A Propos D'un Paysage
    
        LP: BE  1985 (Crammed CRAM 038)
        CD: BE  1989 (Crammed MTM 16)
    
            3:41    Les Enormes Et Pourtant Invisibles
            3:38    Profondeurs Des Eaux Des Laques
                                  [related to "All That Love and Maths Can Do"]
            1:54    Paresseuse Aussi
            4:00    Face A Ce Qui Se Derobe
            4:35    Nouvelles Observations
    
    - VR guitar and piano
    
    Supplements: image (CD)
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    CRAIG DAVIES                                                  [Summer 1997]
    
    I Don't Want It
    
       12": UK 11/87 (Rough Trade RTT 212)
    
            4:00    I Don't Want It
            2:43    Elemental You
    
    - VR "guitars etc." and producer
    
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    MORRISSEY                                                     [Winter 1987]
    
    Viva Hate
    
        LP: UK  1988 (EMI ? CSD 3787 ?)
        LP: US  1988 (Sire/Reprise 9 25699-1)
        LP: BR  1988 (Parlophone/EMI 066 790180 1)
        LP: ES  1988 (Hispavox-EMI-Odeon 590 7 901801)
        CS: UK  1988 (EMI ? CSD 3787 ?)
        CS: US  1988 (Sire/Reprise 9 25699-4)
        CD: UK  1988 (EMI ? CSD 3787 ?)
        CD: US  1988 (Sire/Reprise 9 25699-2)
        CD: UK  1988 (Fame CDFA-3243)
        CD: CA  1988 (WEA CD-25699)
        CD: DE  1988 (EMI 790180-2)
        CD: JP  1988 (EMI TOCP-6656)
        CD: BR  1988 (Parlophone/EMI 066 790180 2)
    
            3:12    Alsatian Cousin
            1:48    Little Man, What Now?
            3:33    Everyday Is Like Sunday
            3:53    Bengali In Platforms
            1:39    Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together
            7:39    Late Night, Maudlin Street
            3:53    Suedehead
            3:54    Break Up The Family
            3:49    Hairdresser On Fire
            3:10    The Ordinary Boys
            3:13    I Dont Mind If You Forget Me
            2:28    Dial-A-Cliche
            3:41    Margaret On The Guillotine
    
    
    Suedehead
    
        7": UK  1988 (EMI POP 1618)
        7": US  1988 (Sire 9 27907-7)
       12": UK  1988 (EMI 12POP 1618) *
       12": US  1988 (Sire 9 20877-0) *
       CDS: UK  1988 (EMI CDPOP 1618) */**
    
            3:54    Suedehead
            2:01    I Know Very Well How I Got My Name
            3:49    Hairdresser On Fire *
            2:01    Oh Well, I'll Never Learn **
    
       CDS: US  1988 (Sire PRO-CD 3013) [promo]
    
            3:54    Suedehead
    
    
    Everyday Is Like Sunday
    
        7": UK  1988 (EMI POP 1619) ?
       12": UK  1988 (EMI 12POP 1619)
       12": US  1988 (Sire/Reprise 9 20986-0)
       CDS: UK  1988 (EMI CDPOP 1619)
    
            3:34    Everyday Is Like Sunday
            2:25    Sister I'm A Poet
            3:03    Disappointed
            3:39    Will Never Marry
    
    ¡Oye Esteban!
    
       DVD: UK 10/01 (Reprise 38515-2)
    
            3:34    Everyday Is Like Sunday
            3:50    Suedehead
    
    
    - VR guitar and keyboard
    - John Metcalfe viola
    
    - incomplete listing; there have been many more issues of these tracks
    
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    VINCENT GERARD AND STEVEN PATRICK                             [Winter 1987]
    
    I Know Very Well How I Got My Note Wrong
    
        7": UK  3/89 (Factory FAC 244+)
       CD3: UK  3/89 (Factory FACD 244+)
    
            1:55    I Know Very Well How I Got My Note Wrong
    
    - Bonus free single with early copies [1000, reportedly] of FACT/FACD 244
    - An out-take of "I Know Very Well How I Got My Name"
      from Morrissey's "Suedehead" EP
    
    - VR guitar
    
    Supplements: image (7") (link), image (CD3) (l), audio track (l), RA audio track
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    LITTLE BIG BAND
    
    Little Big Band
    
       CDS: UK  1988 (Factory FACD 207)
    
            2:26    Travellin' Home
    
    - VR guest guitarist
    
    Supplements: image (link)
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    DISTANT COUSINS                                                   [1988-89]
    
    Distant Cousins
    
        LP: UK  1989 (Ghetto)
        CD: UK  1989 (Ghetto)
        CS: UK  1989 (Ghetto)
        LP: DE 10/89 (Ghetto/Intercord Ton INT 147.415)
        CD: DE  1989 (Ghetto/Intercord Ton INT 847.415)
        CS: DE  1989 (Ghetto/Intercord Ton INT 447.415)
    
            4:24    Write Down That Moment
    
    - VR guitar
    
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    SWING OUT SISTER
    
    Kaleidoscope World
    
        LP: UK  5/89 (Fontana 838 293-1)
        LP: US  5/89 (Fontana 838 293-1)
        LP: BR  5/89 (Fontana/Polygram 838293-1)
        CD: UK  5/89 (Fontana 838 293-2)
        CD: US  5/89 (Fontana 838 293-2)
        CD: BR  1989 (Fontana/Polygram 838293-2)
        CS: UK  5/89 (Fontana 838 293-4)
        CS: US  5/89 (Fontana 838 293-4)
       VHS: US  1987 () [NTSC]
    
            5:32    Where In The World
    
    - VR Spanish guitar
    
    Supplements: details (link)
    Kaleidoscope World
    
       CDS: UK  1989 (Fontana SOCDS 1) [promo]
       CDS: UK  7/89 (Fontana 874 633-2)
       CDS: US  7/89 (Fontana 874 633-2)
    
            5:32    Where In The World
    
    Where In The World
    
        7": UK  6/89 (Fontana 872 632-7)
        7": US  6/89 (Fontana 872 632-7)
       10": UK  7/89 (Fontana 872 633-0)
       10": US  7/89 (Fontana 872 633-0)
       12": UK  6/89 (Fontana 872 633-1)
       12": US  6/89 (Fontana 872 633-1)
        CS: UK  6/89 (Fontana 872 632-8)
        CS: US  6/89 (Fontana 872 632-8)
    
            4:12    Where In The World (edit)
    
    Windmills Of Your Mind
    
       CDS: JP  1989 (Fontana PPDM-1005)
    
            6:05    Where In The World (Radical Mix)
    
    - VR Spanish guitar
    
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    MARTIN GORE
    
    Counterfeit
    
        EP: UK  1989 (Mute STUMM 67)
        EP: US  1989 (Sire 9 25980-1)
        CD: UK  1989 (Mute STUMM 67)
        CD: US  1989 (Sire 9 25980-2)
    
            5:02    Smile In The Crowd
    
    - cover by member of Depeche Mode
    
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    HOLLY JOHNSON
    
    Blast
    
        CD: UK  1989 (MCA 256 395-2)
        LP: US  1989 (Uni UNI-603)
        CD: US  1989 (Uni UNID-603)
        CS: US  1989 (Uni UNID-603-4)
        CD: DE  1989 (MCA DMCG 6042)
        CD: JP  1989 (MCA 22P2-2709)
    
            3:47    Got It Made
            4:26    Love Will Come
    
    - VR guitar
    
    
    The Last Temptation of Elvis / Tribute to Elvis Presley [comp]
    
      2xCS: UK  1990 (NME LP 038/039)
      2xLP: UK  1990 (NME LP 038/039)
      2xCD: UK  1990 (NME CD 038/039)
    
                    Love Me Tender
    
    - VR guitar
    
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    CHRIS MICHIE
    
    The Night Flight
    
        CS: US  1995 (CatchARabbit #951)
    
            5:00    Otis
    
    - cover version; basis of PacBell advertising campaign
    
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    DIFÍCIL EQUILIBRIO                                                 [Aug 96]
    
        CD: ES  2/97 (Liquid LQCD-21)
    
            2:29    Messidor
    
    - cover by Barcelona group
    
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    OLIVE                                                                [2000]
    
    Trickle
    
        CD: US 05/00 (Maverick Records 9 47709-2)
    
            3:58    Love Affair
            4:56    Trickle
            4:40    I'm Not In Love
            4:22    Smile
            4:25    All You Ever Needed
            4:08    Indulge Me
            4:06    Speak To Me
            4:17    Liberty
            4:45    Push
            3:49    Trust You
            4:06    Creature Of Comfort
            4:20    Beyond The Fray
            4:06    Take My Hand
    
    I'm Not In Love
    
       CDS: US 05/00 (Maverick Records 9 16859-2)
    
            4:08    I'm Not In Love (Olive Radio Edit)
            4:06    I'm Not In Love (DJ Skribble & Anthony Acid Radio Mix)
    
    - VR guitar
    
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    ESPERS                                                                [2005]
    
    The Weed Tree
    
        CD: US  2005 (Locust 073CD)
        LP: US  2005 (Locust 073)
    
            4:06    Tomorrow
    
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    OTHER REFERENCES  an incomplete assortment
    
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    Debut Concert                                                  [1978/05/19]
    
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    Roots Club, Leeds                                              [1978/07/27]
    
    Concert co-billed with Joy Division
    
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    PETER SAVILLE [Factory FAC 1]                                    [May 1978]
    The Factory 5/78 - 6/78
    
    - This was a poster, printed yellow on black, for gigs [May/June 78]
      at The Factory, Manchester; The Durutti Column was one of the
      featured bands.
    
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    Factory Press Release                                          [1979/12/20]
    The Return Of The Durutti Column
    
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    STEVE HORSFALL [Factory FAC 26]                                      [1980]
    Durutti in Paris Poster
    
    - A poster advertising a gig by Durutti Column in Paris.  Only a few were 
      printed Before the concert was cancelled.  The concert was also to
      feature A Certain Ratio, Section 25, and A Boy Alone, at Bataclan,
      50 Boulevard Voltair, Paris 750011, on Sunday 27th April 1980.
    - 'Et alors, Factory Records emporte a Paris la nouvelle musique
      Anglais a la recherche du temps avenir...'
    
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    Too Young To Know, Too Wild To Care [Factory FAC 20]
    
    This is the Factory film, starring ACR & The Distractions, that never
    got made.  VR wrote the score. 
    
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    R. STEVIE MOORE
    
    Basic
    
        CS: US  1981 (NJ38)
    
            3:11    For Vini
    
    Everything
    
      2xLP: FR  3/84 (New Rose ROSE 31)
    
            3:11    For Vini
    
    What's The Point?!?
    
        LP: US  6/84 (Cuneiform RUNE 1)
    
            3:11    For Vini
    
    The Future Is Worse Than The Past
    
        CD: DE  7/99 (Megaphon/Pink Lemon PINK 008)
    
            3:11    For Vini
    
    - an homage very much in VR's early style
    
    
    Disturbed
    
      2xCD: US  1997 (CDRSMCLUB NJ230)
    
                    Madeleine
    
    
    - "A bunch of us went and saw DC's first gig in NYC.  I befriended him
      him after the show and gave him my records.  Later, a friend of mine
      visited Manchester in '83, met Tony Wilson, and connected up again
      with Vini himself.  She passed along my tape containing 'For Vini',
      and we got a nice letter from him months later.  He was very humbled."
      -- R. Stevie Moore 5/2001
    
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    Mudd Club; New York, US                                        [1982/03/30]
    
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    Rivoli; Toronto, CA                                            [1982/04/04]
    
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    Appearances at the Haçienda [Factory FAC 51]
    
    1982/ 9/23
    1983/ 4/14
    1983/12/28-9 ?  [Factory bands and Ikon video night]
    1984/12/12
    1990/10/16      [Classical launch]
    
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    Haçienda; Manchester, UK [FAC 104]                               [Jan 1984]
    
    - A broadcast of Channel 4's "The Tube" from The Haçienda,
      feature the 'The Factory All Stars' (including VR and members of
      New Order and ACR) doing 'Cool As Ice', 'Confusion', 'Shack Up',
      and 'Love Will Tear Us Apart'.
    
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    Promo Posters
    
    FACT 84 - 8VO 'Without Mercy' (40"x30")                              [1984]
    Design based on LP sleeve.
    
    FBN 36 - 8VO 'Du Pain Et Des Jeux' (12"x24")                         [1986]
    In orange/gold; totally different design to LP sleeve.
    
    FACT 164 - 8VO 'Valuable Passages' (24"x16")                         [1986]
    Design based on LP sleeve.
    
    FACT 204 - 8VO 'The Guitar And Other Machines' (40"x30")             [1987]
    Design based on LP sleeve.
    
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    Detroit, USA                                                   [1986/11/14]
    
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    The Paradise; Boston, USA                                      [1986/11/21]
    
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    FAC 159 Fac Facts Information Booklet                                [1986]
    
    Supplements: text (link)
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    Tim Difford interview                                          [1986/05/09]
    
    Supplements: text (link)
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    Valuable Press Pack [Factory FACT 174]                           [Nov 1986]
    
    - Press pack for US release of FACT 164, consisting of DC press clippings
      (in English, Spanish, Portuguese and Swedish) and a sticker with a band
      bio and US tour dates.
    
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    Guitar One : House (Demo Album) [Factory FACT 254]
    Guitar Two : Acoustic (Demo Album) [Factory FACT 264]
    
    - apparently the source of "Dry" and boot compilation tape tracks
    
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    For Tomorrow We Live [comp]
    
      2xLP: BE  1988 (Crépuscule TWI 655)
    
                [record 1]
            3:34    Lips That Would Kiss
                [record 2]
            2:28    For Patti
    
    - unreleased compilation
    
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    AZTEC CAMERA                                                         [1990]
    
    The lyrics of the title track on Stray include:
    
    "A Sketch For Winter, a Burgundy and sanctuary"
    
    The chorus of the B-side track Salvation on "The Crying Scene" begins:
    
    "Salvation is a sweet sound / Vini Reilly and the lips I would kiss"
    
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    FAC     286, 317, 318, 319                                           [1990]
    
    - These catalogue numbers were also applied (temporarily?) to
      Factory Classical showcase events to launch FACT 316/326/336/346/356 at
            Glasgow's Tramway Theatre 7 September 1990
            The Haçienda 16 October 1990
            London's Bloomsbury Theatre 29/30/31 October 1990
      featuring I Fagiolini, Rolf Hind, Graham Fitkin, Red Byrd,
      Steve Martland and Durutti Column.
    
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    Jazz FM Advert [Factory FAC 294]                                  [1990/10]
    
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    SNUB Factory special [TV broadcast]
    
    - ~3m excerpt of FAC194V "When The World"
    
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    MTV Europe Special History of Factory [FAC 339]                      [1992]
    
    - 27 minute documentary featuring various Factory artists.
    - Opens and closes with Tony Wilson and Vini Reilly;
      excerpt of FACT 56 "Missing Boy"
    - Came free with initial copies of FACT 400 bought from HMV Canada
    
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    John Rogan
    Morrissey and Marr: The Severed Alliance
    
            Omnibus Press ISBN 0-7119-1838-4
    
    - VR interview comments in book
    
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    Option [magazine interview]                                  [Jan/Feb 1987]
    
    Supplements: text
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    New Musical Express ["Top Ten"]                                [1989/07/01]
    
    Supplements: text
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    Record Collector [magazine article with discography]             [Aug 1991]
    
    Supplements: text
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    New Musical Express [newspaper update]                         [1993/05/22]
    
    Supplements: text
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    Sex and Death insert [FAC 3.01]                                  [Nov 1994]
    
    - Survey / Fan-info response card with FACD 2.01 with offer for free
      Vinni Reilly plectrum or 'The return of...' print.
    
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    The Third Member Of The Durutti Column
    
    - 12m Factory Once promo of a TV documentary regarding Martin Hannett.
      Contains interviews with VR, Bruce Mitchell, Anthony Wilson, et al.
      Issued late 1996 around the time of the first set of DC CD reissues.
    
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    Kiss Of Def
    
        7": UK       (Island Trade Two)
       CDS: UK       (Island Trade Two) *
    
                    Sing To Me                                    [on FACD2.41]
                    Last Kiss *                                   [on FACD2.41]
                    Kiss Of Def                                   [on FACDO274]
    
    - "Trade 2, a new division of Island Records, will release a new Durutti
      Column single through the Trade 2 Singles Club in late April/early May
      [1997].  The record features Eley Rudge on vocals and Bruce Mitchell
      on drums, production duties by Vini and Keir Stewart.  And, as
      rumoured, includes The Durutti Column's first excursion into the
      world of drum 'n' bass."
      [Glen Johnson]
    
    - Cancelled; tracks released elsewhere
    
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    Rock Family Trees: And God Created Manchester                  [1998/10/09]
    
    - VR appearance, 11.15pm BBC2
    
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    Union Chapel; London, UK                                       [1999/05/28]
    
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    La Belle Angele; Edinburgh, UK                                 [1999/06/01]
    
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    ROTHKO
    
    No Anchor No Rudder No Chart No Sails
    
       CDR: UK  2001 (Burning Shed)
    
            1:20    For Vini
    
    - "I love DC!  Vini Reilly has been one of my favourite musicians for
      a long long time.  My favourite DC record is 'Without Mercy', one of
      the best records ever made I think."
      [Mark Beazley, bassist]
    
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    Lewes Guitar Festival; England                                 [2002/08/08]
    
                    For Sophia
                    Otis
                    Organ Donor
                    Party
                    Voluntary Arrangement
                    Jacqueline
                    Albatross [guitar solo, Fleetwood Mac (Peter Green) cover]
                    Tomorrow
                    Remember Me [abandoned as it didn't work out right]
                    Missing Boy
                    The Beggar
                    For Belgian Friends
                    Tomorrow Never Knows [Beatles cover]
    
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    Finally, just so you don't think I'm some humorless anorak...
    an excerpt from a UK "anarchist pocket book":
    
    The world of `pop' music and fashion appears like a section through the
    Spectacle and its spurious opposition.  All the elements are there --
    primarily, it is a show for passive consumption, offering release,
    but is dressing up in the image of rebellion.  It takes the desire for
    real revolt, contains it, and sells us back its image.  The Spectacle
    scours proletarian history for symbols of revolt and resistance in order
    to derail them of all meaning and power.  Only then can they be sold
    back to us as wholesome food.  It is a mark of our own alienation from
    our own history -- the history of people fighting to win back their own
    lives -- that we do not find it absurd, or even offensive, that groups
    of multinational record company musicians call themselves such names
    as `The Communards' or `The Durruti Column' [sic].  No matter how
    `radical' their songs, or `innovative' their music, we should roll them
    in manure for their pretentiousness.
    
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    Thanks to:
    
    Leila Abbas                                     [info, media & more]
    Michael B. Branch                               [info, media & more]
    Neil Jones                                      [info, media & more]
    Dennis Remmer                                   [info, media & more]
    Miguel Santos                                   [info, media & more]
    Sergio Allan                                    [info & media]
    John Cooper                                     [info & media]
    David Miers                                     [info & media]
    Shingo Noda                                     [info & media]
    Arthur Noguerola                                [info & media]
    Ricardo Shinobe                                 [info & media]
    Rui Tavares                                     [info & media]
    Stuart Turpin                                   [info & media]
    Robert Krajewski                                [info & more]
    Kumi & Seiichi Tatsukawa                        [info & more]
    Alberto Díaz                                    [media]
    Geraint Edwards                                 [media]
    Ben Hodgkiss                                    [media]
    Steve MacDonell                                 [media]
    Peter Padan                                     [media]
    Marc Ramos                                      [media]
    Michael Peter Stein                             [media]
    James Wallis                                    [media]
    Eifion Bedford                                  [info]
    Paul Boyd                                       [info]
    Bryan Burford                                   [info]
    Paolo Cesaretti                                 [info]
    Brian Cameron                                   [info]
    Mike deWit                                      [info]
    Thorsten Dörnbach                               [info]
    Steve Hillier                                   [info]
    Gabriel Hopkins                                 [info]
    Warren Lapham                                   [info]
    Alan Macdougall                                 [info]
    R. Stevie Moore                                 [info]
    Christopher W Niemitz                           [info]
    Charles Powne                                   [info]
    Russel Ramsey                                   [info]
    Doug Reith-Hart                                 [info]
    Patrice L. Roussel                              [info]
    Fernando López-Nuño Santurtun                   [info]
    Bryan & Carolyn Spidell                         [info]
    Marcos Fagundes Vieira                          [info]
    Rami Zakh                                       [info]
    Tom Zimmer                                      [info]
    
    ...and regards to Frank Brinkhuis & James Nice, archivists extraordinaire.
    
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