THE DURUTTI COLUMN - The Return Of The Durutti Column (in Black Sandpaper Sleeve) - 2LP - Deluxe Ed. - (Black) + 7" (Clear) - Vinyl

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Label: Factory Benelux SKU: 18103 Catalogue ID: FBN114 Format: Vinyl
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THE DURUTTI COLUMN - The Return Of The Durutti Column (in Black Sandpaper Sleeve) - 2LP - Deluxe Ed. - (Black) + 7" (Clear) - Vinyl

THE DURUTTI COLUMN - The Return Of The Durutti Column (in Black Sandpaper Sleeve) - 2LP - Deluxe Ed. - (Black) + 7" (Clear) - Vinyl

€31.99

 

LABEL: Factory Benelux

CAT NO: FBN114

BARCODE: 708527000212

 

Tracklisting:

2LP Tracklisting (Black Vinyl)

1. Sketch For Summer (03:01)
2. Requiem For A Father (05:08)
3. Katharine (05:40)
4. Conduct0 (5:02)
5. Beginning (02:28)
6. Jazz (01:35)
7. Sketch For Winter (02:24)
8. Collette (02:23)
9. In D (02:25)
10. Lips That Would Kiss (03:40)
11. Madeleine (03:00)

7″ (Clear Vinyl) tracklisting:

12. The first aspect of the same thing (Bonus Track) (03:38)
13. The second aspect of the same thing (Bonus Track) (02:50)

THE DURUTTI COLUMN
– The Return Of The Durutti Column

LP – Black Vinyl + 7″ – Clear Vinyl
(Housed in Black Sandpaper Sleeve)


Factory Benelux presents a new 2022 vinyl edition of landmark album The Return of the Durutti Column, housed in a revised version of the iconic sandpaper sleeve first issued by Factory Records in January 1980.

A collaboration between virtuoso guitarist Vini Reilly and legendary Manchester producer Martin Hannett, The Return of the Durutti Column paired Reilly’s non-rock sketches with Hannett’s electronic textures to produce “perfectly realised, correctly ambient and inventive music” (NME). The infamous sandpaper sleeve was somewhat less user friendly. Inspired by a 1959 Situationist publication by Guy Debord and Asger Jorn, the relentless iconoclasts at Factory hoped that the abrasive packaging would destroy existing record collections.

Reissue housed in die-cut jacket designed by Peter Saville with infamous glass paper (or sandpaper) inner, and 7” ‘testcard’ featuring two tracks by Martin Hannett.

See below for tracklisting…