New Order - Blue Monday MP3
- Design [Uncredited] – Peter Saville
- Engineer – Michael Johnson
- Engineer [Assistant] – Barry Sage, Mark Boyne
- Producer – New Order
Published by B Music 1983.
A Factory Record.
First edition. Later UK editions can have a die-cut cover with thin matte black inner sleeve, or a die-cut cover with thick glossy black inner sleeve, or a plain black with just the colour coding and different inner sleeves.
The coloured strip is not random - it spells out the Catalog#, band name and both song titles.
The back cover of "Power, Corruption and Lies" has the same colour coding, done with the alphabet (a decoder ring).
First pressing: 60.000 copies (30.000 pre-sales).
Initial A1/B1 pressings are characterised by a heavy and opaque vinyl. Runout space is 0,35 inches. The first edition thick silver inner sleeve has straight top corners.
"Outvoted" in the runout refers to an error done by the Strawberry engineer, who brought up the fader too late and missed the first drumbeat. New Order took a vote whether the mistake should stay and the yes vote prevailed.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A - Variation 15): FAC-73-A-1 MT.1 Strawberry Out Voted!
- Matrix / Runout (Side B - Variation 15): FAC-73-B-1 MT.5 Strawberry Ho.El + Tel!
- Published By – Be Music
- Mastered At – Strawberry Mastering
- Mastered At – Musitech
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Title: Blue Monday
Released: 07 Mar 1983
Style: Electro, Synth-pop
MP3 album: 1007 mb
FLAC album: 1563 mb
Source: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single
№ Cat: FAC 73