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🎤 New Order - Ceremony MP3

  • Performer: New Order
  • Title: Ceremony
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: UK
  • Record source: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single, Reissue, Repress, Cream/Blue Sleeve
  • Style: New Wave
  • Label: Factory
  • Cat#: FAC. 33, FAC 33/12
  • MP3 album: 2264 mb
  • FLAC album: 1875 mb
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🎤 New Order - Ceremony MP3


2In A Lonely Place6:12


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FAC. 33, FAC 33/12New Order Ceremony ‎(12", Single, Gre)Factory, FactoryFAC. 33, FAC 33/12UK1981
FAC. 33, FAC 33New Order Ceremony ‎(7", Single, Lyn)Factory, FactoryFAC. 33, FAC 33UK1981
FAC. 33, FAC 33/12New Order Ceremony ‎(12", Single, Gre)Factory, FactoryFAC. 33, FAC 33/12Ireland1981
FAC 33/12New Order Ceremony ‎(12", Promo)FactoryFAC 33/12Australia1983
FAC 33New Order Ceremony ‎(12", Single, RP, W/Lbl)FactoryFAC 33UK1981


  • Plated ByEG
  • ProducerMartin Hannett
  • Written-ByJoy Division


Cream/Blue sleeve variant with runout groove space of ~3,5 cm on each side.
Side A etching "Watching Love Grow - Forever but lacks the reference to MVS Record Pressing.
Hence this release is similar to New Order - Ceremony but without reference to MVS Record Pressing LTD.

There are more editions using this sleeve:
The 1st edition: with runout spaces are 3,7 cm on side A and 3,5 cm on side B. Side A etching "This Is Why Events Unnerve Me".
The A2 repress: A2 / B1 matrix and track groove filling the entire side of the record. Side A etching: "This Is Why Events Unnerve Me".


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched ("TOWNHOUSE" Stamped)): FAC 33 A1 EG WATCHING LOVE GROW - FOREVER TOWNHOUSE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched ("TOWNHOUSE" Stamped)): FAC 33 B1 EG HOW I WISH WE WERE HERE WITH YOU NOW TOWNHOUSE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): FAC 33/12A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): FAC 33/12B


  • Published By – Fractured Music
  • Mastered At – The Town House



Ceremony is a song by Joy Division, released as New Order's debut single in 1981. The song and its B-side, In a Lonely Place, were written and recorded as Joy Division prior to the death of Ian Curtis. Both were re-recorded and carried over to Joy Division's re-formation under the name New Order. New Order released the song as a single twice, firstly in January 1981 and secondly in September 1981 featuring new member Gillian Gilbert. Ceremony - New Order. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: Various artists. 2010 electronic. Watch the video for Ceremony from New Order's Substance 1987 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Produced by Martin Hannett. Released February 1981 on Ceremony. Notes The first New Order track though actually written in the last days of Joy Division. The first version of 'Ceremony' was recorded as a 3-piece in September 1980 during New Order's first US tour. They later re-recorded the track with Gillian Gilbert which was released in July 1981. The original 3-piece recording is only to be found on the 2005 New Order retrospective Singles and the 9th track of the 2008 2CD re-issue of Movement. read more. New Order. Released March 6, 1981. Ceremony Tracklist. Ceremony Lyrics. This is why events unnerve me, They find it all, a different story, Notice whom for wheels are turning, Turn again and turn towards this time, All she ask' - New Order. Ceremony Version 1 2016 Remaster. Исполнитель: New Order. Ceremony is a single by New Order. Released on March 1981, it marks the debut of New Order. This song and In a Lonely Place are the only songs recorded just before Ian Curtis's suicide. Ceremony, and In a Lonely Place, were originally written by Ian Curtis sixteen days before his suicide and sung by Bernard Sumner. In A Lonely Place has always been its B-side. After changing their name to New Order, the band re-recorded and released both songs under Factory Records 33. It is more of a memorial. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and Ceremony by New Order from desktop or your mobile device

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