Factory Records: FACT 14 THE DURUTTI COLUMN The Return Of The Durutti Column
LP: UK 1980 (Factory FACT 14) [sandpaper sleeve] */**
LP: UK 1980 (Factory FACT 14) [black sleeve] *****
LP: UK 1980 (Factory FACT 14) [white label of black sleeve edition] *****
CS: UK 1986 (Factory FACT 14C) [boxed] ***
CD: UK 1988 (Factory FACD 14) ****
3:01 Sketch For Summer
5:08 Requiem For A Father
2:24 Sketch For Winter
4:12 In "D"
2:25 Sketch For Winter ****
~ FACT 14 4 PBG AI, FACT 14 A1, Sound Clinic, EG, S-4
~ FACT 14 B1 14 PBG BI, EG, S-2
~ FACT 14 4 PBG A1, Sound Clinic, EG, S-6
~ FACT 14 4 PBG B1, EG, S-3
black sleeve & wltp
~ FACT 14 A3, 4 PBG, Townhouse, CR
~ FACT 14 PBG B3, CR
7": UK 1980 (Factory FACT 14) [flexi-disc] *
3:42 First Aspect of the Same Thing
2:59 Second Aspect of the Same Thing
~ LYN 7561
* Martin Hannett's 'Testcard'; included in the sandpaper editions; see below. (Shares the same number. "14A" & "14B" refer to the flexi sides only.)
** There were two editions of the sandpaper sleeve (total of 2,000): 1st Edition, not spray-painted; 2nd Edition, spray-painted with "FACT 14" (in black or white), and using a recut pressing. (See matrix.) Both editions should have included the flexi-7”, but this was inconsistent ("quality control"?, theft?), and as such, the flexi may be missing from some copies of both editions. There are initial pressings on red-tinged vinyl. Sprayed editions with "THE RETURN OF THE DURUTTI COLUMN" in black (instead of "FACT 14") also exist.
*** With sandpaper insert.
**** Released as part of FACD 224.
***** Black sleeve issue is an additional mix (or version) with less reverb & more phasing. Varying textured and non-textured sleeves.
Production: MARTIN HANNETT
Design: DAVE ROWBOTHAM & ANTHONY H WILSON (SANDPAPER SLEEVE [CONCEPT]) / STEPHEN HORSFALL (BLACK SLEEVE)
Illustration: DUFY (BLACK SLEEVE: PAINTINGS)
Notes: The sandpaper sleeve is an homage to Situationists Guy Debord & Asger Jorn's 'Memoires' (book, w/sandpaper cover; original edition published 1959).
Sandpaper supplied by Naylor's Abrasives, Bredbury.
Initial copies hand-assembled by various members of JOY DIVISION.
Additional: THE DURUTTI COLUMN