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4CD book set celebrating the roots of The Haçienda, coinciding with it's 40th anniversary. Combining key sides spun by DJs with period tracks from acts who played the venue in 82. The Haçienda's music policy, while erring towards independent music of all sorts, was eclectic - and that's reflected across the 60-odd tracks included. From the opening New York underground sound of Suicide to chart-toppers from Dexy's, via soul, post-punk, reggae, goth, disco and glam rock among many other styles, Haçienda 1982 accurately reflects the music heard during that seminal first (half) year. On 21 May 1982, a nightclub opened which would become iconic worldwide, forever associated with the music and popular culture of Manchester, and it's most famous homegrown label, Factory Records (indeed, it was given it's own catalogue number, FAC 51). A converted yacht builder's shop, the venue looked as striking and dramatic in it's design as the output of Factory. From the start, it hosted a string of local as well as UK and international artists every week, interspersed by the turntable talents of DJs such as Hewan Clarke and Jon Savage. In due course, The Haçienda would embody Manchester's spirit of independence playing a key part in the explosion of rave culture, 'Baggy' and eventually Britpop. Each disc is sequenced roughly in the order in which DJs would have played the songs, starting with the more downbeat or adventurous material and eventually building to classic dancefloor fillers. Elsewhere, a smattering of Manchester/Factory acts make their presence felt while underground club anthems abound, from The Valentine Brothers' original version of 'Money's Too Tight (To Mention)' (as covered by the city's own Simply Red) to Defunkt's 'The Razor's Edge' and 'The Gospel Comes To New Guinea' by 23 Skidoo. Equally, many mainstream pop stars played the club that year, from Soft Cell, Blancmange and Tears For Fears to the year's biggest breakthrough, Culture Club. Haçienda 1982 is endorsed by New Order's Peter Hook (who owns the rights to the club's brand), who has written a foreword. In addition, local writer Mick Middles has penned an essay interviewing those who were involved, together with mini-biographies of all the acts featured on the compilation. The anniversary is also being acknowledged with a TV documentary. In short, Haçienda 1982 is the ultimate tribute to a landmark venue in the history of club culture.
4CD book set celebrating the roots of The Haçienda, coinciding with it's 40th anniversary. Combining key sides spun by DJs with period tracks from acts who played the venue in 82. The Haçienda's music policy, while erring towards independent music of all sorts, was eclectic - and that's reflected across the 60-odd tracks included. From the opening New York underground sound of Suicide to chart-toppers from Dexy's, via soul, post-punk, reggae, goth, disco and glam rock among many other styles, Haçienda 1982 accurately reflects the music heard during that seminal first (half) year. On 21 May 1982, a nightclub opened which would become iconic worldwide, forever associated with the music and popular culture of Manchester, and it's most famous homegrown label, Factory Records (indeed, it was given it's own catalogue number, FAC 51). A converted yacht builder's shop, the venue looked as striking and dramatic in it's design as the output of Factory. From the start, it hosted a string of local as well as UK and international artists every week, interspersed by the turntable talents of DJs such as Hewan Clarke and Jon Savage. In due course, The Haçienda would embody Manchester's spirit of independence playing a key part in the explosion of rave culture, 'Baggy' and eventually Britpop. Each disc is sequenced roughly in the order in which DJs would have played the songs, starting with the more downbeat or adventurous material and eventually building to classic dancefloor fillers. Elsewhere, a smattering of Manchester/Factory acts make their presence felt while underground club anthems abound, from The Valentine Brothers' original version of 'Money's Too Tight (To Mention)' (as covered by the city's own Simply Red) to Defunkt's 'The Razor's Edge' and 'The Gospel Comes To New Guinea' by 23 Skidoo. Equally, many mainstream pop stars played the club that year, from Soft Cell, Blancmange and Tears For Fears to the year's biggest breakthrough, Culture Club. Haçienda 1982 is endorsed by New Order's Peter Hook (who owns the rights to the club's brand), who has written a foreword. In addition, local writer Mick Middles has penned an essay interviewing those who were involved, together with mini-biographies of all the acts featured on the compilation. The anniversary is also being acknowledged with a TV documentary. In short, Haçienda 1982 is the ultimate tribute to a landmark venue in the history of club culture.
5013929113299

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Format: CD
Label: CHERRY RED
Rel. Date: 11/25/2022
UPC: 5013929113299

Fac51 The Hacienda 1982: Book Set / Various (Uk)
Artist: Fac51 The Hacienda 1982: Book Set / Various
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Suicide -Dream Baby Dream (Long Version)
2. Implog- Holland Tunnel Dive
3. Ludus- My Cherry Is in Sherry
4. The Passage -Wave
5. The Teardrop Explodes- Colours Fly Away
6. A Certain Ratio -Knife Slits Water (7")
7. Thomas Dolby -Windpower (High Power Extended Play)
8. The Associates- Love Hangover
9. Soft Cell- Torch (12")
10. Culture Club- I'm Afraid of Me (Extended Dance Mix)
11. Liaisons Dangereuses- los Niños Del Parque (12")
12. Loose Joints- Is It All Over My Face? (Female Vocal) (12")
13. The Valentine Brothers- Money's Too
14. Tight (To Mention) (Vocal - Long Version)
15. Grandmaster Flash ; the Furious Five-The Message (12")
16. Gregory Isaacs- Night Nurse (Version)
17. Dennis Brown- Love Has Found It's Way
18. Annette Peacock- Pony
19. Mathilde Santing- Behind a Painted Smile
20. The Pale Fountains -Thank You
21. Tears for Fears- Mad World (World Remix)
22. Siouxsie and the Banshees- Slowdive (12")
23. Quando Quango- Tingle
24. Trio- Da Da Da Ich Lieb Dich Nicht Du Liebst Mich Nicht Aha Aha Aha
25. Bow Wow Wow -See Jungle! (Jungle Boy) (12" Re-Mixed Version)
26. Hey! Elastica -Eat Your Heart Out (12")
27. Haysi Fantayzee -John Wayne Is Big Leggy (7")
28. Blue Rondo a la Turk -The Heavens Are Crying (7")
29. Blancmange- Living on the Ceiling (12")
30. The Temptations- Ball of Confusion (That's What the World Is Today)
31. Laura Lee- I Need It Just As Bad As You
32. Edwin Starr- War
33. Sugarhill Gang- Apache (12")
34. Iggy ; the Stooges -I'm Sick of You
35. Swamp Children -You've Got Me Beat
36. Fiat Lux- Feels Like Winter Again
37. John Cooper Clarke- Night People
38. Stockholm Monsters -Fairy Tales
39. Josef K -Sorry for Laughing
40. Royal Family and the Poor- Art on 45
41. 23 Skidoo -The Gospel Comes to New Guinea (12")
42. The Higsons- Conspiracy
43. The Psychedelic Furs- Mack the Knife
44. Simple Minds -Someone Somewhere (In Summertime) (12")
45. Chaz Jankel- Glad to Know You (12")
46. Abc- the Look of Love (Part One)
47. Kurtis Blow -Tough (12" Vocal)
48. Shalamar- a Night to Remember (Remix)
49. The Barry Gray Orchestra-Thunderbirds
50. Jah Wobble- Fading
51. The Birthday Party- Release the Bats
52. Killing Joke -Empire Song
53. The Fall- Marquis Cha-Cha
54. Dead or Alive- It's Been Hours Now
55. The Sisters of Mercy- Alice
56. Echo and the Bunnymen -The Back of Love
57. Gang of Four- I Love a Man in Uniform
58. Big Country- Harvest Home (Single Version)
59. Section Twenty Five- Sakura
60. (Matrixmix)
61. Medium Medium -Hungry, So Angry
62. The Members- Radio (Dub Version)
63. Blue Zoo- Cry Boy Cry (12")
64. Heaven 17- Let Me Go! (12")
65. Defunkt- the Razor's Edge (12")
66. Rockers Revenge- (Featuring Donnie Calvin) Walking on Sunshine '82 (Edit)
67. Dexys Midnight Runners ; the Emerald Express -Come on Eileen (7")

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4CD book set celebrating the roots of The Haçienda, coinciding with it's 40th anniversary. Combining key sides spun by DJs with period tracks from acts who played the venue in 82. The Haçienda's music policy, while erring towards independent music of all sorts, was eclectic - and that's reflected across the 60-odd tracks included. From the opening New York underground sound of Suicide to chart-toppers from Dexy's, via soul, post-punk, reggae, goth, disco and glam rock among many other styles, Haçienda 1982 accurately reflects the music heard during that seminal first (half) year. On 21 May 1982, a nightclub opened which would become iconic worldwide, forever associated with the music and popular culture of Manchester, and it's most famous homegrown label, Factory Records (indeed, it was given it's own catalogue number, FAC 51). A converted yacht builder's shop, the venue looked as striking and dramatic in it's design as the output of Factory. From the start, it hosted a string of local as well as UK and international artists every week, interspersed by the turntable talents of DJs such as Hewan Clarke and Jon Savage. In due course, The Haçienda would embody Manchester's spirit of independence playing a key part in the explosion of rave culture, 'Baggy' and eventually Britpop. Each disc is sequenced roughly in the order in which DJs would have played the songs, starting with the more downbeat or adventurous material and eventually building to classic dancefloor fillers. Elsewhere, a smattering of Manchester/Factory acts make their presence felt while underground club anthems abound, from The Valentine Brothers' original version of 'Money's Too Tight (To Mention)' (as covered by the city's own Simply Red) to Defunkt's 'The Razor's Edge' and 'The Gospel Comes To New Guinea' by 23 Skidoo. Equally, many mainstream pop stars played the club that year, from Soft Cell, Blancmange and Tears For Fears to the year's biggest breakthrough, Culture Club. Haçienda 1982 is endorsed by New Order's Peter Hook (who owns the rights to the club's brand), who has written a foreword. In addition, local writer Mick Middles has penned an essay interviewing those who were involved, together with mini-biographies of all the acts featured on the compilation. The anniversary is also being acknowledged with a TV documentary. In short, Haçienda 1982 is the ultimate tribute to a landmark venue in the history of club culture.
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