REVENGE : One True Passion V2.0
REVENGE : One True Passion V2.0

REVENGE : One True Passion V2.0

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2xCD reissue of the sole album by Revenge, the electro/hard rock hybrid fronted by New Order bass player Peter Hook, originally released by Factory Records in 1990. The album was extensively reconfigured and includes Hook's new recordings of the late period unreleased tracks The Wilding and Televive. The set comes with a full-length bonus disc with rare remixes and unreleased songs.

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01 Televive

02 The Wilding

03 Deadbeat

04 State Of Shock

05 Little Pig

06 Cloud 9

07 Jesus, I Love You

08 Pineapple Face

09 Big Bang

10 Slave

11 14K

12 Bleachman

13 S... Nazi

14 7 Reasons (Demo)

15 Amsterdam

16 It's Quiet

 

01 Underworld

02 Dead Beat (Gary Clail Dub)

03 State Of Shock (US Edit)

04 Pineapple Face's Big Day (US Remix)

05 The Trouble With Girls

06 Wende

07 Slave (Bonus Beats)

08 I'm Not Your Slave (US Remix)

09 Hot Nights/Cool City

10 S... Bass

11 Bleach Boy

12 Soul

13 Kiss The Chrome

14 Fag Hag

15 Precious Moments

16 Pumpkin

17 Pineapple Face (Pickering & Park Remix)

Deluxe 2xCD reissue of the sole album by Revenge, the electro/hard rock hybrid fronted by New Order bass player Peter Hook between 1989 and 1992. Following the release of Technique in 1989, the four members of New Order spent time apart to pursue other ventures. Always intended as a proper band rather than a solo project, Hook was joined in Revenge by Chris Jones and Dave Hicks, and later by David Potts, who would remain with Hook as part of Monaco five years later. One True Passion was originally released by Factory Records in June 1990 and spawned a trio of singles: 7 Reasons, Pineapple Face and Slave. Given free reign to indulge Hook's leather-trousered rockist instincts, the material welded hard rock to dance beats, with a lyrical focus on sin and redemption. The artwork was just as contradictory, combining sleek Peter Saville typography with softcore imagery by Suze Randall. The band toured like bastards, and in January 1992 delivered the excellent ep Gun World Porn, which offered a more laid back, intimate feel. Deleted after the messy collapse of Factory in late 1992, One True Passion has now been extensively reconfigured by Peter Hook, and includes Hook's new recordings of the late period unreleased tracks The Wilding and Televive. The set comes with a full-length bonus disc, Be Careful What You Wish For, with lots of rare remixes and unreleased songs in demo form. All 33 tracks, nearly two and a half hours of music, have been carefully digitally remastered. The booklet includes sleevenotes by Joy Division/New Order biographer Claude Flowers, and a new, highly candid interview with Peter Hook on the background of the band.

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