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The Durutti Column

Vini Reilly (RSD 24)

Record Store Day 2024 - Numbered LP - £31.99 | Buy
35th anniversary edition of The Durutti Column’s 1989 album ‘Vini Reilly’ on limited black vinyl.
The Durutti Column

Deux Triangles Deluxe (rsd 21)

Record Store Day 2021 - deluxe blue & clear 2LP in gatefold sleeve - £26.99
Factory Benelux presents a deluxe double vinyl gatefold edition of Deux Triangles, originally a 1981 EP by acclaimed Factory Records group The Durutti Column, w...
The Durutti Column

Sex and Death (2021 reissue)

limited (1500 only) blue / silver 2lp + download - first ever vinyl pressing! - £23.99 | Buy
The writing and recording of Sex and Death closed an uncertain period for Vini Reilly and the group following the collapse of Factory Records in 1992.
Another Setting (2021 reissue)
  1. Prayer
  2. Response
  3. Bordeaux
  4. For a Western
  5. The Beggar
  6. Francesca
  7. Smile In the Crowd
  8. You’ve Heard It Before
  9. Dream of a Child
  10. Second Family
  11. Spent Time
  12. Sketch for (live)
  13. Sketch for (live)
  14. Conduct (live)
  15. Pauline (live)
  16. Jacqueline (live)
  17. Stains (live)
  18. Estoril a Noite (live)
  19. The Beggar (live)
  20. I Get Along Without You Very Well

The Durutti Column

Another Setting (2021 reissue)

factory benelux
  • limited blue / green 2lp

    Released: 7th May 2021


Factory Benelux presents an expanded vinyl edition of Another Setting, the third studio album by cult Manchester ensemble The Durutti Column.

Another Setting was recorded in 1983 at Strawberry Studio, Stockport with production by Chris Nagle, a favourite engineer of Martin Hannett. The 11 track album contains several acknowledged Durutti classics, notably haunting instrumental Prayer (burnished with cor anglais by Maunagh Fleming) and The Beggar, probably the closest Vini Reilly has edged to rock music. Elsewhere, Smile in the Crowd would be covered by Depeche Mode mainman Martin Gore on his 1989 solo project Counterfeit. This new vinyl remaster also includes non-album single I Get Along Without You Very Well, a bittersweet Hoagy Carmichael cover sung by Lindsay Reade, the former wife of Factory foreman Tony Wilson. The second disc is a previously unreleased live show taped at the Pandora’s Box Festival in Rotterdam on 4 September 1983, featuring eight tracks performed by Vini Reilly and Bruce Mitchell.