New Order

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

1981-1982 New Order EP
Used - 12 - FACTUS 8
Rare 5 Track EP With Promo Copy Stamp On Labels And Cut Corner. Probably A Later Issue. Tracks Are "Everything's Gone Green," "Procession," "Mesh," "Temptation" And "Hurt." more
Best Of New Order
Used - LP - 8285801
1994 2LP Best Of Collection With Custom Inner Sleeves. Both Records Appear Glossy, Unplayed. more
Bizarre Love Triangle
Used - 12 - PRO-A-7622
Hard To Find 1994 Promo Only 12" Single Housed In A Generic Die Cut White Sleeve With Taped On Info Sheet. Released In Conjunction With The Best Of New Order Compilation. Features 5 Mixes Of Bizarre Love Triangle: "Shep's Extended Dance," "Shep's Dub Version," "Shep's 12" Alternate Mix" (Only Available On This Promo 12"), "Shep's Single Mix" And "Original Album Version." Record Appears Glossy. more
Bizarre Love Triangle
Used - 12 - 0-20546
1986 12" EP Original. Includes "Bizarre Love Triangle", "I Don't Care", "State Of The Nation", "Bizarre Love Triangle" Remix. more
Bizarre Love Triangle / Jetstream / Shellshock / Thieves Like Us
New - 12 - NSER 018
Sealed 2006 Four Remixed Songs Maxi Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. more
Bizarre Love Triangle / Round And Round / True Faith / Fine Time
New - 12 - NSER 015
Sealed 2006 Four Remixed Songs Maxi Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. more
Blue Monday
New - 12 - NSER 017
Sealed 2006 Two Remixed Songs Maxi Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. more
Blue Monday / The Beach
Used - 12 - FACTUS TEN
Beautiful 1983 Two-Track 45rpm White Label Promo Die-Cut Jacket Original. A Stone Cold 80's Classic, And A Stunning Listening Experience. Should Be On The TAS List. Also A Killer Sleeve Designed By Peter Saville, Who Was Easily The Best Jacket Designer Of The 80's. more
Blue Monday / The Beach
Used - 12 - FACTUS 10
Beautiful 1983 Original Housed In A Die-Cut Jacket With Custom Silver Inner Sleeve. more
Blue Monday / The Beach
Used - 12 - 0 20332
1970's Pressing On Butterfly Label. With Byron Berline On Fiddle. more
Blue Monday 1988
New - 12 - 20869
Sealed 1988 12" Single Featuring New Mixes. Tracks Are "Blue Monday 1988 12" Version," "Blue Monday 1988 Dub Version," "Touched By The Hand Of God Remix" And "Touched By The Hand Of God Dub Version." Remixes Supervised By Quincy Jones. more
Blue Mondays
New - LP - 313
Sealed 1985 Original Recorded "Live" At Shinjuku Kosei Nenkin Hall, Tokyo 05/02/85. Country Of Origin Unknown. Light Upper Left Corner Crease. more
Brotherhood
Used - LP - 1-25511
1986 US First Pressing. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. Brotherhood is the fourth studio album by the English rock band New Order, the album features a blend of rock, electronic, and dance elements, showcasing the band's versatility and innovation in the post-punk and new wave scene of the 80s. The album opens with the upbeat and catchy "Paradise," which sets the tone for the overall optimistic and energetic feel of the album. "Weirdo" follows with a driving beat and dark synths, creating a contrast to the previous track. "As It Is When It Was" incorporates funk and pop elements, featuring a catchy chorus and prominent bassline. One of the standout tracks on the album is "Bizarre Love Triangle," a new wave classic that has become one of the band's most well-known and beloved songs. Its upbeat tempo and joyful lyrics make it a feel-good anthem that still resonates with audiences today. Brotherhood is a seminal album in New Order's discography, showcasing the band's ability to blend genres and create innovative music that stands the test of time. Its upbeat energy and infectious melodies make it a must-listen for fans of 80s new wave and post-punk. more
Brotherhood
Used - LP - 25511
1986 US First Pressing With Album Track List Sticker On Shrink. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Brotherhood
New - LP - R1 2551
Factory Sealed 2009 180gm HQ Reissue, Custom Hype Sticker, 4 Stars AMG. more
Brotherhood
Used - LP - 25511
1986 US First Pressing. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. Cover Is A Conservative VG++ more
Ceremony
Used - 12 - FAC 33
1981 Two Track UK Single. This Is The Second Issue With The Cream And Blue Cover (FAC 33T), Which Has The Re-recorded "Ceremony" With Gillian Gilbert. B/W "In A Lonely Place." more
Ceremony / In A Lonely Place
Used - 12 - FAC 33
Beautiful 1981 UK 45rpm Two Track 12 Inch Single. Appears Unplayed. more
Confusion / Everything's Gone Green / Waiting For The Siren's Call
New - 12 - NSER 010
Sealed 2006 Three Remixed Songs Maxi Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. more
Fine Time
Used - LP - 9 21107-0
19 Original 12" Single. Tracks Are: "Fine Time (7 Inch Edit)," "Fine Time (LP Mix)," "Fine Line," "Fine Line (Silk Mix)" & "Don't Do It" more
Get Ready
New - LP - 85738
Sealed 2001 Germany Only Vinyl Rarity. more
Get Ready
New - LP - 0825646071043
Sealed 2015 180gm Reissue. Includes Download. more
Here To Stay / Jetstream
New - 12 - NSER 014
Sealed 2006 Two Remixed Songs Maxi Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. more
Jetstream / Krafty
New - 12 - 48213
Sealed 2005 Double 12" Single In Picture Sleeve. Remixes By Jacques Lu Cont, Richard X., Arthur Baker, Pete Heller, Tom Neville And Sean Gill. more
Jetstream / Someone Like You
New - 12 - NSER 011
Sealed 2006 Two Remixed Songs Maxi Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. more
Krafty
New - 12 - 42800
Sealed 2005 Double 12" Single In Picture Sleeve. Remixes By Richard Morel, Eric Kupper, The Glimmers, Paul Epworth And Others. more
Low - Life
New - LP - 25289
Sealed 1985 Original With Obi. Pristine Copy. more
Low - Life
Used - LP - 25289
1985 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Low - Life
New - LP - 25289
Sealed 1985 Original With Obi Style Sash. Shrink Wrap Is Open Along The Spine Side, But The LP Remains Factory Sealed And Unplayed. Gold Promo Stamp On Cover And A Custom Hype Sticker (White With Hard To See Silver Printing) Listing Each Song. “New Order's Third LP, Low-Life, Was, In Every Way, The Artistic Equal Of Their Breakout, 1983's Power, Corruption & Lies. The Point Where The Band's Fusion Of Rock And Electronics Became Seamless, It Showed The Bandmembers Having It Every Way They Wanted: Heavily Sequenced And Synthesized, But With Bravura Work From Bernard Sumner's Guitar And Peter Hook's Plaintive, Melodic Bass; Filled With Hummable Pop Songs, But Still Experimental As Far As How The Productions Were Achieved. The Melodica-Led Pop Song "Love Vigilantes" Was The Opener, Nearly Identical As A Standout First Track To "Age Of Consent" From Power, Corruption & Lies. Next Was "The Perfect Kiss," One Of The First Major New Order Singles To Appear On An Album. (The Band Being Newly Signed To Warner Bros. In The United States, It Made Perfect Sense To Include Such A Sublime Piece Of Dance-Pop On The LP.) Even As More And More Synth-Heavy Groups Like Eurythmics And Pet Shop Boys Began Approaching New Order's Expertise With The Proper Care Of Electronics In Pop Music, The Band Still Sounded Like None Other. "This Time Of Night" And "Elegia" Evoked The Dark, Nocturnal Mood Of The Album's Title And Artwork, But None Could Call Them Mopey When They Pushed As Hard As They Did On "Sunrise." Only "Sub-Culture," Tucked In At The End, Has The Feel Of A Lost Opportunity; Remixed For A Single Release, It Became Much Better. But There Was No Mistaking That New Order Had Reached A Peak, Experimenting With Their Sound And Their Style, But Keeping Every Moment Wrapped In An Unmistakable Humanness.” John Bush, AMG. more
Low - Life
New - LP - 25289
Sealed 1985 Original. "New Order's Third Lp, Low-life, Was, In Every Way, The Artistic Equal Of Their Breakout, 1983's Power, Corruption & Lies. The Point Where The Band's Fusion Of Rock And Electronics Became Seamless, It Showed The Bandmembers Having It Every Way They Wanted: Heavily Sequenced And Synthesized, But With Bravura Work From Bernard Sumner's Guitar And Peter Hook's Plaintive, Melodic Bass; Filled With Hummable Pop Songs, But Still Experimental As Far As How The Productions Were Achieved. The Melodica-led Pop Song "Love Vigilantes" Was The Opener, Nearly Identical As A Standout First Track To "Age Of Consent" From Power, Corruption & Lies. Next Was "The Perfect Kiss," One Of The First Major New Order Singles To Appear On An Album. (The Band Being Newly Signed To Warner Bros. In The United States, It Made Perfect Sense To Include Such A Sublime Piece Of Dance-pop On The Lp.) Even As More And More Synth-heavy Groups Like Eurythmics And Pet Shop Boys Began Approaching New Order's Expertise With The Proper Care Of Electronics In Pop Music, The Band Still Sounded Like None Other. "This Time Of Night" And "Elegia" Evoked The Dark, Nocturnal Mood Of The Album's Title And Artwork, But None Could Call Them Mopey When They Pushed As Hard As They Did On "Sunrise." Only "Sub-culture," Tucked In At The End, Has The Feel Of A Lost Opportunity; Remixed For A Single Release, It Became Much Better. But There Was No Mistaking That New Order Had Reached A Peak, Experimenting With Their Sound And Their Style, But Keeping Every Moment Wrapped In An Unmistakable Humanness." John Bush, AMG more
Low - Life
New - LP - 25289
Sealed 1985 US Original. "New Order's Third Lp, Low-life, Was, In Every Way, The Artistic Equal Of Their Breakout, 1983's Power, Corruption & Lies. The Point Where The Band's Fusion Of Rock And Electronics Became Seamless, It Showed The Bandmembers Having It Every Way They Wanted: Heavily Sequenced And Synthesized, But With Bravura Work From Bernard Sumner's Guitar And Peter Hook's Plaintive, Melodic Bass; Filled With Hummable Pop Songs, But Still Experimental As Far As How The Productions Were Achieved. The Melodica-led Pop Song "Love Vigilantes" Was The Opener, Nearly Identical As A Standout First Track To "Age Of Consent" From Power, Corruption & Lies. Next Was "The Perfect Kiss," One Of The First Major New Order Singles To Appear On An Album. (The Band Being Newly Signed To Warner Bros. In The United States, It Made Perfect Sense To Include Such A Sublime Piece Of Dance-pop On The Lp.) Even As More And More Synth-heavy Groups Like Eurythmics And Pet Shop Boys Began Approaching New Order's Expertise With The Proper Care Of Electronics In Pop Music, The Band Still Sounded Like None Other. "This Time Of Night" And "Elegia" Evoked The Dark, Nocturnal Mood Of The Album's Title And Artwork, But None Could Call Them Mopey When They Pushed As Hard As They Did On "Sunrise." Only "Sub-culture," Tucked In At The End, Has The Feel Of A Lost Opportunity; Remixed For A Single Release, It Became Much Better. But There Was No Mistaking That New Order Had Reached A Peak, Experimenting With Their Sound And Their Style, But Keeping Every Moment Wrapped In An Unmistakable Humanness." John Bush, AMG more
Low-Life
Used - LP - YX 7352 AX
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Obi. more
Low-Life
New - LP - YX-7352-AX
New, Unplayed Japanese Pressing With Translucent Obi And Insert. more
Low-Life
New - LP - R1 25289
Factory Sealed 2009 180gm HQ Reissue. Pressed At RTI. more
Low-Life
New - LP - R1 25289
Sealed, Out Of Print 2009 180gm Vinyl. more
Movement
Used - LP - FACT 50
1981 Original. Super Early First Pressing With White Jacket Rather Than Blue, Purple-ish Translucent Vinyl And Grinding Wheel Logo Stamped On Inner Sleeve. Jacket Has Super Faint Wear, Vinyl Appears Unplayed. more
Movement
New - LP - R1 45089
Factory Sealed 2009 180gm HQ Reissue. Pressed At RTI. more
Movement
Used - LP - FACT 50
Beautiful 1981 Original. This Is A Later Pressing With The Light Blue Cover. more
Movement
Used - LP - FACT 50
UK Issue With White Cover. The Matrix Has "RE" At The End, So Most Likely A 2nd Issue. Vinyl Is NM- With Some Light Paper Scuffs. more
Movement
New - LP - FACT 50
Sealed 1981/1982 Pressing. more
Movement
Used - LP - FACTUS 50
1982 US Pressing. Progressing On From Joy Division After The Passing Of Ian Curtis This Debut Has Found A Place Between A Great Album But Not The Best New Order Album. more
New Order
Used - LP - ISL 6443
Hard To Find 1976 French Original From The Detroit Super Group Featuring Ron Asheton (Stooges) And Dennis Thompson (MC5). Record Appears Glossy. more
New Order
Used - LP - ISL 6443
1976 French Original Featuring Ron Asheton And Dennis Thompson. Looks Unplayed. more
New Order
Used - LP - FACTUS 8
1982 Original. more
Peel Sessions
Used - LP - SFPS001
1986 Issue Of January, 1982 Sessions. First Release In The Peel Sessions Series. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Small Sticker Impression On Front Cover, Hence Way Reduced Price. more
Power Corruption And Lies
Used - LP - FACTUS 12
Beautiful 1983 Die-Cut Jacket Original In Original Jacket With Custom Sticker On The Outer Baggy. more
Power, Corruption & Lies
New - LP - R1 25308
Factory Sealed 2009 180gm HQ Reissue. Pressed At RTI. more
Power, Corruption & Lies
New - LP - R1 25308
Sealed, Out Of Print 2009 180gm HQ Vinyl. more
Power, Corruption & Lies
New - LP - 9 25308 1
Sealed 1985 Pressing. "A Great Leap Forward From Their Understandably Funereal Debut Album, Power, Corruption & Lies Cemented New Order's Place As The Most Exciting Dance-rock Hybrid In Music (And It Didn't Even Include The Massive "Blue Monday" Single, Released Earlier That Year). Confident And Invigorating Where Movement Had Sounded Disconsolate And Lost, The Record Simply Pops With Energy From The Start. "Age Of Consent," A Shimmering Pop Song With Only A Smattering Of Synthesizers Overlaying Bernard Sumner's Yearning Vocals, Proved His Most Assured Performance Yet. Unlike Most Of Their Synth Pop Compatriots, New Order Not Only Utilized A Wide Range Of Synthesizers And Sequencers But Also Experimented Heavily With Them. Bolstered By The Addition Of Gillian Gilbert, The Band Make The Most Out Of Their Electronic Gadgets, Crafting Indelible Sequences, Complex Drum Patterns, And Oddly Emotional Washes Of Sound. What's More, While Most Synth Pop Acts Kept An Eye On The Charts When Writing And Recording, If New Order Were Looking Anywhere (Aside From Within), It Was The Clubs: Both "The Village" And "586" Had All The Technological Firepower And Propulsive Rhythmic Strength Of The Mighty "Blue Monday." But Whenever The Electronics Threatened To Take Over, Peter Hook's Dubby, Melodic Basslines, Sumner's Plaintive Vocals, And Stephen Morris' Point-perfect Drum Fills Reintroduced The Human Element. Granted, They Still Had The Will For Moodiness; The Second Track Was "We All Stand," Over Five Minutes Of Dubbed-out Melancholia. Aside From All The Bright Dance Music And Inventive Production On Display, Power, Corruption & Lies Also Portrayed The Band's Growing Penchant For Beauty: "Your Silent Face" Is A Sublime Piece Of Electronic Balladry And "Leave Me Alone" Is A Wonderfully Melancholic Slice Of Post-punk Guitar Pop. The Album Stands As A Thrilling Introduction To A Band Finding Its Feet And Leaping Ahead Of The Pack, Combining Superior Songwriting Skills, Imaginative Playing, And Stunning Arrangements That Mixed The Present With The Future." John Bush, AMG more
Power, Corruption & Lies
New Import - FACT 75
Sealed, Latest Vinyl Reissue/Repress; EU Import. Small Bar Code On Rear Shrink. "A Great Leap Forward From Their Understandably Funereal Debut Album, Power, Corruption & Lies Cemented New Order's Place As The Most Exciting Dance-rock Hybrid In Music (And It Didn't Even Include The Massive "Blue Monday" Single, Released Earlier That Year). Confident And Invigorating Where Movement Had Sounded Disconsolate And Lost, The Record Simply Pops With Energy From The Start. "Age Of Consent," A Shimmering Pop Song With Only A Smattering Of Synthesizers Overlaying Bernard Sumner's Yearning Vocals, Proved His Most Assured Performance Yet. Unlike Most Of Their Synth Pop Compatriots, New Order Not Only Utilized A Wide Range Of Synthesizers And Sequencers But Also Experimented Heavily With Them. Bolstered By The Addition Of Gillian Gilbert, The Band Make The Most Out Of Their Electronic Gadgets, Crafting Indelible Sequences, Complex Drum Patterns, And Oddly Emotional Washes Of Sound. What's More, While Most Synth Pop Acts Kept An Eye On The Charts When Writing And Recording, If New Order Were Looking Anywhere (Aside From Within), It Was The Clubs: Both "The Village" And "586" Had All The Technological Firepower And Propulsive Rhythmic Strength Of The Mighty "Blue Monday." But Whenever The Electronics Threatened To Take Over, Peter Hook's Dubby, Melodic Basslines, Sumner's Plaintive Vocals, And Stephen Morris' Point-perfect Drum Fills Reintroduced The Human Element. Granted, They Still Had The Will For Moodiness; The Second Track Was "We All Stand," Over Five Minutes Of Dubbed-out Melancholia. Aside From All The Bright Dance Music And Inventive Production On Display, Power, Corruption & Lies Also Portrayed The Band's Growing Penchant For Beauty: "Your Silent Face" Is A Sublime Piece Of Electronic Balladry And "Leave Me Alone" Is A Wonderfully Melancholic Slice Of Post-punk Guitar Pop. The Album Stands As A Thrilling Introduction To A Band Finding Its Feet And Leaping Ahead Of The Pack, Combining Superior Songwriting Skills, Imaginative Playing, And Stunning Arrangements That Mixed The Present With The Future." AMG - John Bush. more
Power, Corruption And Lies
Used - LP - FACTUS 12
1983 Repress Housed In The Original Die-Cut "Diskette" Sleeve With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. “A Great Leap Forward From Their Funereal Debut Album, Power, Corruption & Lies Cemented New Order's Place As The Most Exciting Dance-Rock Hybrid In Music (And It Didn't Even Include The Massive "Blue Monday" Single, Released Earlier That Year). Confident And Invigorating Where Movement Had Sounded Disconsolate And Lost, The Record Simply Pops With Energy From The Beginning "Age Of Consent," An Alternative Pop Song With Only A Smattering Of Synthesizers Overlaying An Assured Bernard Sumner, Who Took His Best Vocal Turn Yet. Unlike The Hordes Of Synth Pop Acts Then Active, New Order Experimented Heavily With Their Synthesizers And Sequencers. What's More, While Most Synth Pop Acts Kept An Eye On The Charts When Writing And Recording, If New Order Were Looking Anywhere (Aside From Within), It Was The Clubs -- "The Village" And "586" Had Most Of The Technological Firepower Of The Mighty "Blue Monday." But Whenever The Electronics Threatened To Take Over, Peter Hook's Grubby Basslines, Bernard Sumner's Plaintive Vocals, And Stephen Morris' Point-Perfect Drum Fills Reintroduced The Human Element. Granted, They Still Had The Will For Moodiness; The Second Track Was "We All Stand," Over Five Minutes Of Dubbed-Out Melancholia. Aside From All The Bright Dance Music And Production On Display, Power, Corruption & Lies Also Portrayed New Order's Growing Penchant For Beauty: "Your Silent Face" Is A Sublime Piece Of Electronic Balladry.” John Bush, All Music Guide. Tiny Upper Left Hand Corner Dent And Small Indentation On Lower Right Corner. more
Republic
Used - LP - 84131
Near Mint 1993 UK Original, Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Round & Round
Used - 12 - 34937
1989 12 Inch Maxi Single Test Pressing With Cover Sheet. more
Shellshock
Used - 12 - SP 12174
1986 45rpm Two Track 12" Single Still In Shrink Wrap. Custom Sticker On Shrink With Band Name And Track Title. Extended Version Of "Shellshock" B/W "Thieves Like Us." Appears Unplayed. more
Subculture / State Of The Nation / I Told You So
New - 12 - NSER 019
Sealed 2006 Three Remixed Songs Maxi Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. more
Substance
Used - LP - 25621
Beautiful Embossed Cover 2LP Original With Custom Inners. Gold Promo Stamp On Front Cover. Spindle Mark On Label Accounted For In Price. more
Substance
Used - LP - 1-25621
1987 Embossed Cover 2LP Original With Custom Inners. Gold Promo Stamp On Front Cover. Cover Shows Light Wear. more
Substance
Used - LP - 1-25621
Hard To Find 1987 Embossed Cover 2LP Original. Includes Custom Inner Sleeves. Both Records Appear Glossy. Cover Has Hype Sticker Fade Mark. “Substance Is A Double-Disc Set Collecting New Order's Singles, Including Several Songs That Were Never Available On The Group's Albums, At Least In These Versions. While There Are A Couple Of Re-Recordings Of Earlier Singles, Most Of Substance Consists Of 12" Single Mixes Designed For Danceclub Play. Arguably, These 12" Mixes Represent New Order's Most Groundbreaking And Successful Work, Since They Expanded The Notion Of What A Rock & Roll Band, Particularly An Indie Rock Band, Could Do. Substance Collects The Best Of Their Remixes, And In The Process It Showcases Not Only The Group's Musical Innovations, But Also Their Songwriting Prowess -- "Temptation," "Blue Monday," "Bizarre Love Triangle," And "True Faith" Are Some Of The Finest Pop Songs Of The '80s. Although It Is A Double-Disc Set, Substance Isn't Overly Long. Instead It Offers A Perfect Introduction To New Order, While Providing Collectors With An Invaluable Collection Of Singles.” – S.T. Erlewine, AMG more
Technique
New - LP - R1 25845
Sealed, Latest Run Of The 180gm Reissue. "Tastes And Sounds Were Changing Quickly In The Late '80s, Which Prompted New Order's Most Startling Transformation Yet -- From Moody Dance-rockers To, Well, Moody Acid-house Mavens. After The Band Booked A Studio On The Island Hotspot Of Ibiza, Apparently Not Knowing That It Was The Center Of The Burgeoning House Music Craze, New Order's Sure Instincts For Blending Rock And Contemporary Dance Resulted In Another Confident, Superb Lp. Technique Was The Group's Most Striking Production Job, With The Single "Fine Time" Proving A Close Runner-up To "Blue Monday" As The Most Extroverted Dance Track In The Band's Catalog. Opening The Record, It Was A Portrait Of A Group Unrecognizable From Its Origins, Delivering Lascivious And Extroverted Come-ons Amid Pounding Beats. It Appeared That Dance Had Fully Taken Over From Rock, With The Guitars And Bass Only Brought In For A Quick Solo Or Bridge. But While Pure Dance Was The Case For The Singles "Fine Time" And "Round & Round," Elsewhere New Order Were Still Delivering Some Of The Best Alternative Pop Around, Plaintive And Affecting Songs Like "Run" (The Third Single), "Love Less," And "Dream Attack." Placed In The Perfect Position To Deliver The Definitive Alternative Take On House Music, The Band Produced Another Classic Record." AMG - John Bush. more
Technique
Used - LP - 25845
1989 Original With Custom Hype Sticker And Gold Promo Stamp On Front Jacket. more
Technique
New - LP - R1 25845
Sealed, Out Of Print 2009 180gm Vinyl. more
Temptation / Hurt
Used - 12 - FAC 63
Beautiful 1982 UK 45rpm 2 Song 12 Inch Housed In An Embossed Picture Sleeve. more
The Perfect Kiss
Used - 12 - PRO-A-2342
1985 Promotional 12" In Generic White Die Cut Sleeve. Includes The Single Edit And Live Version Of The Title Track. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Thieves Like Us
New Import - FAC 103
Sealed 1984 Original 45 RPM 12" Single. Songs Are "Thieves Like Us" & "Lonesome Tonight" more
Touched By The Hand Of God
Used - 12 - FAC193
1987 Two Track 12" Single With Custom Inner Sleeve. Features The Title Track B/W The Dub Version. Taken From The Beth B Film "Salvation." more
True Faith / Regret
New - 12 - NSER 016
Sealed 2006 Three Remixed Songs Maxi Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. more
Waiting For The Sirens' Call
New - LP - 25646
Factory Sealed 2005 UK 2LP Gatefold Import. more

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