The Durutti Column |\\ Discography | FACD 244 Vini Reilly | FACT 244+ I Know Very Well How I Got My Note Wrong | FACDO 244 Vini Reilly | Vini Reilly [Kookydisc 30/1 & 30/2] | 8vo | | Designers
Fact 244 Vini Reilly; front cover detail
Fact 244 Vini Reilly; alternate abandoned 8vo artwork - inside cover detail
Fact 244 Vini Reilly; alternate abandoned 8vo artwork - front cover detail
Love No More
Pol In G
People's Pleasure Park
Finding The Sea
They Work Every Day
Homage To Catalonea
Run-out groove (LP
~ FACT-244-A2 *, Max, Sixth Autumn
~ FAC-244-B2 *, Max, Pole Bitch
All tracks written by Vini Reilly
Produced by Vini Reilly with Stephen Street
Bruce Mitchell: Drums
Andy Connell: Keyboard on 'Requiem Again', 'Otis' and 'Red Square'
John Metcalfe: Viola on 'Finding the Sea'
Rob Gray: Vocals on 'They Work Every Day'
Liu Sola: Vocals on 'People's Pleasure Park' and 'Finding The Sea'
Pol: Vocals on 'Otis'
Respect and thanks to those we have sampled
Recorded at Sam Therapy, Kensal; Island Studios, Hammersmith; Out Of The Blue, Manchester. Engineers: Stephen Street and Nick Garside. Thanks to Sounds Great, Stuart James and Piccadilly Records.
Published by The Movement of 24th January Publishing / Zomba Publishing
The artwork shown here was that originally developed by regular Durutti designers 8vo. However, Vini didn't like the end results and the cover that adorns the final album was produced, with Vini giving the instruction to "do it like Dylan". 'Homage to Catalonea' is written as 'Homage to CatalonEa', with a big 'E' on the alternate artwork. The full story is detailed in the 8vo book 8vo: On the outside, published in 2005.