New Order - Ceremony FLAC album
Style: New Wave
FLAC version ZIP size: 1353 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1526 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1723 mb
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The song and its B-side, "In a Lonely Place", were written and recorded as Joy Division prior to the death of Ian Curtis.
This is why events unnerve me They find it all, a different story Notice whom for wheels are turning Turn again and turn towards this time All she ask's the strength to hold me Then again the same old story Word will travel, oh so quickly Travel first and lean towards this time. Oh, I'll break them down, no mercy shown Heaven knows, it's got to be this time Watching her, these things she said The times she cried Too frail to wake this time
Released March 6, 1981. 3. Ceremony by Joy Division Lyrics. Produced by Martin Hannett. Written by Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris, Peter Hook & Ian Curtis. 4. In A Lonely Place by Joy Division Lyrics.
A new version of Last. Joy Division - Transmission Transmission Joy Division.
Dead Bodies Can't Sing. Ceremony is found on the album Dead Bodies Can't Sing.
Album · 2010 · 32 Songs.
adicionar uma crítica. Membros têm este álbum0. 2. In a Lonely Place.
|B||In A Lonely Place|
- Record Company – Factory Records
- Manufactured By – EMI Records New Zealand Limited
- Distributed By – EMI Records New Zealand Limited
- Producer – Martin Hannett
- Written-By – Joy Division
NotesRecord back cover text:
Released in NZ by GAP Records under licence.
Manufactured and Distributed by EMI Records New Zealand Limited
Released in N. Z. by GAP Records
Manufactured and Distributed by EMI N. Z. Ltd.
This release is identical to the later 1983 EMI release here, except this release has totally different labels sometimes referred to as the "Green Man" or "Green Shadow".
This release is from the same time period as four other known 1983 GAP New Zealand "Green Man" releases for Joy Division and New Order:
1983 GAP New Zealand Unknown Pleasures here.
1983 GAP New Zealand Love Will Tear Us Apart here.
1983 GAP New Zealand Movement here.
1983 GAP New Zealand Everything's Gone Green (AKA 1981-1982) here.
The "Green Man" releases are widely believed to have been industry promotional copies or first press test copies from the then new GAP New Zealand company that took over from RTC, although this is unproven. It is confirmed that each of the "Green Man" releases was later reissued by EMI New Zealand with the same catalog number and yellow EMI labels.
|FAC. 33, FAC 33/12||New Order||Ceremony (12", Single, Gre)||Factory, Factory||FAC. 33, FAC 33/12||UK||1981|
|FAC. 33, FAC 33||New Order||Ceremony (7", Single, Lyn)||Factory, Factory||FAC. 33, FAC 33||UK||1981|
|FAC. 33, FAC 33/12||New Order||Ceremony (12", Single, Gre)||Factory, Factory||FAC. 33, FAC 33/12||Ireland||1981|
|FAC 33/12||New Order||Ceremony (12", Promo)||Factory||FAC 33/12||Australia||1983|
|FAC 33||New Order||Ceremony (12", RP, W/Lbl)||Factory||FAC 33||UK||1981|