New Order - Republic - Original 1993 European London label 11-track LP - White London labels
|Title||Republic - Original 1993 European London label 11-track LP - White London labels|
|Genre||Rock & Pop & Electronic|
|Record label||London Records|
|Catalogue no||828 413-1 |
|Year of release||1993|
|Grading||VG+ (Vinyl and Labels)/VG++ (Cover)|
|Stock list||New Order|
|Additional info||Scarce 1993 European London label 11-track vinyl LP - Manchester bands sophisticated, clubby 6th album - featuring the singles Regret, Ruined in a Day, World, and Spooky.|
Vinyl has white labels with black printing - held in a glossy single pocket picture cover.
Condition: VG+(+) (Vinyl and Labels)/VG++ (Cover):
Vinyl is superbly bright and shinyhas a mark situed in the very end and beginning of track 1 and 2 on Side 1 respectively - not aidible when the music plays, but inflicting 5 - 6 slight clicks in the soundless transgression between the tracks.
Vinyl is otherwise near mint and has only just a very little amount of sleeve inflicted only wear.
Labels are nice has a couple or three only very marginally visible, simple and small spindletraces - not an album listened to more than a very few times - overall graded VG+.
Cover is nice and displays only marginal imperfections: a touch of wrinkling from edges - hardly and edge or corners rubbing - straight near mint - a simply very nice copy.
1. egret 4:08
2. orld 4:44
3. uined in a Day 4:22
4. pooky 4:43
5. Everyone Everywhere 4:24
1. Young Offender 4:48
2. Liar 4:21
3. Chemical 4:10
4. Times Change 3:52
5. Special 4:51
6. Avalanche 3:14
All songs written and composed by Gillian Gilbert, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris, Bernard Sumner and Stephen Hague.
Recorded and mixed 1992 at Real World Studios, Box, Wiltshire, RAK Studios, London
Vinyl is pressed by DFI - Disco France Industrie SAS, Saussay, France
Bernard Sumner - vocals, guitars, synthesizers and programming
Peter Hook - 4 and 6-stringed bass, synthesizers and programming
Stephen Morris - drums, synthesizers and programming
Gillian Gilbert - synthesizers and programming
Audrey Riley - cello, string arrangements
David Rhodes - additional guitar
Andy Duncan - additional programming
Dee Lewis - backing vocals
New Order and Stephen Hague - production
Pascal Gabriel - pre-production (Regret and Young Offender)
Simon Gogerly, Mike 'Spike' Drake, Owen Morris and Richard Chappell - engineers
Ben Findlay and Sam Hardaker - assistant engineers
Peter Saville - art direction (designed at Pentagram)
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