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New Order - Sub-Culture

  • Performer: New Order
  • Title: Sub-Culture
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: UK
  • Record source: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single, Stereo
  • Released: 28 Oct 1985
  • Style: Electro, Synth-pop
  • Label: Factory
  • Cat#: fac 133
  • MP3 album: 1003 mb
  • FLAC album: 1106 mb
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 081
New Order - Sub-Culture

Tracklist

1Dub-Vulture7:57
2Sub-Culture7:26


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
fac 133New Order Sub-Culture ‎(12", Single)Factoryfac 133UK1985
80224New Order Sub-Culture ‎(12", Maxi)Factory80224France1985
YW-7433-AX, fac 133New Order Sub-Culture ‎(12", Promo)Factory, Factory, ColumbiaYW-7433-AX, fac 133Japan1985
FACX 24New Order Sub-Culture ‎(12")FactoryFACX 24Canada1985
FAC 133New Order Sub-Culture ‎(12", TP)FactoryFAC 133UK1985
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
80224New Order Sub-Culture ‎(12", Maxi)Factory80224France1985
YW-7433-AX, fac 133New Order Sub-Culture ‎(12", Promo)Factory, Factory, ColumbiaYW-7433-AX, fac 133Japan1985
FACX 24New Order Sub-Culture ‎(12")FactoryFACX 24Canada1985
FAC 133New Order Sub-Culture ‎(12", TP)FactoryFAC 133UK1985
FAC 133-7New Order Sub-Culture ‎(7", Single, W/Lbl)FactoryFAC 133-7UK1985


Credits

  • EngineerMichael Johnson
  • ProducerNew Order
  • RemixJohn Robie
  • TypographyPeter Saville Associates
  • Written-ByNew Order
  • EngineerMichael Johnson
  • RemixJohn Robie
  • TypographyPeter Saville Associates
  • Written-By, ProducerNew Order


Notes

Only available in a generic slick black die-cut sleeve - Apparently, Peter Saville hated the track and refused to design a full cover for it.

- published by bemusic/warner bros music.
- a factory record

Durations do not appear on release.Published by Bemusic/Warner Bros.Music
A Factory Record
Released by Factory Records Australasia under licence from Factory Records Manchester England.
M&D by CBS Records Australia Limited.
℗ & © 1985

In generic stickered black die-cut sleeve. Sticker font either grey and flat or silver embossed. Originally planned for release on 18 November 1985 but was postponed to 02 December 1985 (Kent Music Report).


Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variation 1): FAC 133 A¹ MPO TOWNHOUSE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, variation 1): FAC 133 B¹ MPO TOWNHOUSE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variation 2): FAC 133 A¹x MPO TOWNHOUSE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, variation 2): FAC 133 B¹x MPO TOWNHOUSE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variation 3): FAC 133 A¹ MPO TOWNHOUSE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, variation 3): FAC 133 B¹ˣ MPO TOWNHOUSE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): FAC 133 SIDE One MX 216719 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): FAC 133 SIDE Two MX 216720 - B


Companies

  • Lacquer Cut At – The Town House
  • Pressed By – MPO
  • Published By – Be Music
  • Published By – Warner Bros. Music
  • Marketed By – CBS Records Australia Limited
  • Distributed By – CBS Records Australia Limited


Album

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Reviews of the New Order - Sub-Culture (13):
Jack
I wonder what kind of professional was this Peter character.Was it up for designers to judge those matters. Plain silly.The single version, the 12" version and the respective dubs are absolutely great,and far better than the sloppy Album version in Low-Life.
Twentyfirstfinger
Peter Saville was one of the co-founders of the Factory label so it was very much his judgement that mattered, and when it comes to 'Graphic design' there's not a greater professional in the music industry.
nailer
Nice type on label but not much else of a cover due to Saville's dislike for the remix. Album track far superior. The Pet Shop Boys owe a lot in sound and style to this one!
Rgia
The remix here drives me crazy. I can not listen to it without the way Robie treated the synth completely throwing the rhythm of the track off for me, the way it emphasizes the offbeat so hugely that it sounds like it was mixed and mastered incorrectly. I challenge you to listen to it carefully and check out what he's adding on the offbeat through most of the song, it's...just amazingly off-balance, a real trainwreck. Honestly, if the level of that one track had been properly adjusted, it'd be a fine enough remix, but... yeah. Bad.
Obong
Completely agree. Getting rid of my copy for this exact reason. Basically unplayable -- annoys everyone.
Frostdefender
I have to agree wholeheartedly with pyenapple here. This just sounds down right horrible compared to the version on...'Low Life' is it ? sorry if I'm wrong. But yeah a fine example of a remix completely ruining a track.
Aria
It's uncanny. I often wonder if he intended it to sound like that, so disorienting.
the monster
I wish I liked it. It's not that the elements are horrible, though, just the way they're mixed relative to each other. It's like watching an ant with three legs on one side and zero on the other try to get somewhere.
Corgustari
Wow, I have the exact opposite opinion. That synth line has haunted me for 30 years now. I think it is brilliantly offset from the beat in a way that makes my brain struggle to wrap around it. It doesn't sound wrong to me. It just sounds unexpectedly different, in a pleasing and challenging way.
Jesmi
I have two copies of FAC133 that both were bought in Sweden. They are almost identical to this release except that they have MPO scratched out. I suspect that these are pressed in Sweden using stampers made from the UK master. Many other Swedish New Order releases were pressed this way but they are easier to distinguish.
Zehaffy
there was no sleeve made for this 12" because peter saville hated it, and refused to design anything.
Cordanius
He was correct to shun it. They should've picked someone else to remix.
Otrytrerl
Truly an underrated gem in my opinion. Sub-Culture get a messy but underground remix, by John Robie, but the truly great track is the B-side, the Dub remix titled "Dub-Vulture". A fantastic thumping underground club mix.

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