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  • Audio CD (8 April 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: London Records
  • ASIN: B000063T0P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 55,738 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Anarchy in the UK - Sex Pistols
2. 24 Hour Party People - Happy Mondays (Jon Carter mix)
3. Transmission - Joy Division
4. Ever Fallen in Love - The Buzzcocks
5. Janie Jones - The Clash
6. New Dawn Fades - Moby with New Order
7. Atmosphere - Joy Division
8. Otis - Duritti Column
9. Voodoo Ray - A Guy Called Gerald
10. Temptation - New Order
11. Loose Fit - Happy Mondays
12. Pacific State - 808 State
13. Blue Monday - New Order
14. Move Your Body - Marshall Jefferson
15. She's Lost Control - Joy Division
16. Hallelujah - Happy Mondays (club mix)
17. Here to Stay - New Order
18. Love Will Tear Us Apart - Joy Division

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-24 hour party people [music from the motion picture] [soundtrack]product details * audio cd (august 6, 2002) * number of discs: 1 * format: soundtrack * label: sire / london/rhino * asin: b00006exhv---------------- amazon music sampler1. anarchy in the uk - sex pistols listen2. 24 hour party people - happy mondays listen3. transmission - joy division listen4. ever fallen in love - the buzzcocks listen5. janie jones - the clash listen6. new dawn fades (live) - new order feat. moby, billy corgan, john frusciante listen7. atmosphere - joy division listen8. otis - duritti column listen9. voodoo ray - a guy called gerald listen10. temptation - new order listen11. loose fit - happy mondays listen12. pacific state - 808 state listen13. blue monday - new order listen14. move your body - marshall jefferson listen15. she's lost control - joy division listen16. hallelujah (club mix) - happy mondays listen17. here to stay - new order listen18. love will tear us apart - joy division

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The rise and demise of idealist (and stoically ideological) Manchester independent label Factory Records and scene-setting "Madchester" nightclub the Hacienda is the subject of Michael Winterbottom's pop mockumentary 24 Hour Party People, the soundtrack of which naturally zooms in on the two bands whose sonic endeavours built the fragile empire brick-by-brick and beat-by-beat. Naturally, those bands are Joy Division--whose sombre granite majesty is represented by the three singles and the 12-inch version of "She's Lost Control"--and their liberated offspring New Order who, aside from the inevitable and financially Pyrrhric "Blue Monday", offer two previously unavailable tracks, a taut live version of "New Dawn Fades" with Moby (recorded in Los Angeles in August 2001) and their overdue collaboration with the Chemical Brothers on "Hear to Stay", a happy Technique-styled flashback of Ibizan beach-weather pop. Plenty, too, from those incorrigible substance-ingesting wastrels the Happy Mondays, the shambling soundtrack to that brief "baggy" age of acid, Es and aggro, Factory's last sunset before sweating over the sums and the Hacienda attracting unsavoury persons with machine guns. Pitted throughout are influential cultural reference points, the Sex Pistols' "Anarchy in the UK" (their Free Trade Hall gig in 1976, attended by many people who feature on this record, lit the punk fuse in England's northern provinces) and Chicago house innovator Marshall Jefferson's "Move Your Body", veritable stations of the cross on Factory Records road to Calvary. A tale of the head ruled by the heart, it was Factory's love for what they did that tore them apart. But the memories party on. --Kevin Maidment

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mark Kervin on 7 Mar. 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the finest albums to grace my CD collection. Even though it is based entirely around the Madchester scene (and before) it is an excellent eclectic mix of some of the best tunes ever. It goes from early non-Manchester punk which kicked off the greatest period of mordern music. The Sex Pistols at the Free Trade Hall was the perfect catalyst. Anarchy in the UK, along with The Clash's Janie Jones show London's influence. The haunting melody of Atmosphere shows Ian Curtis at his best, with Transmission, She's Lost Control and the ubiquitous Love Will Tear Us Apart some of the best lyrics written by Curtis. Then the next generation of the scene came with the passing of Curtis, then came New Order beinging with them Blue Monday ( a must-have for any DJ). Computer generated music to shame traditionalists. Keeping in line with having the origins of the tunes on this album is Marshall Jefferson's Move Your Body of the world-renowned Trax record label, an excellant choice to shake your money maker with. The inclusion of 808 State & A Guy Called Gerald helps re-kindle those memories for those around at the time of The Hacienda, and makes mere youngsters like myself wonder what we missed. Buy this!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 16 May 2005
Format: Audio CD
This film is almost an all time classic story of the Madchester scene and The Hacienda. For those of us lucky enough to have been there it brings back a lot of the memories that certain substances may have made rather vague! Saying that the plot is not a 100% truth, it's mainly Anthony H Wilsons career story intermingled with sections of his personal life and the founding & ending of Factory Records with lots of bands and fantastic music thrown in. Keep your eyes open for some of the cameo appearances from members of the groups of the day, and other famous yet somewhat unexpected faces in roles (Peter Kay is in there for one!) Fans of Joy Division/New Order, Happy Mondays and those with memories of The Hacienda buy this film. Hell, buy it anyway, it'll show you what you missed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Thomas on 5 April 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is a fantastic album in it's own right, forgetting that it's the soundtrack to a film. There are no duff filler "inspired by" tracks here, all are relevant to the time which the film documents - starting late 70's with Joy Division through to the Hacienda days of 808 State and Happy Mondays. It was interesting to hear the Duretti Column track, which I hadn't heard of previously, I absolutely love it now. I'd recommend this album to any Indie fan, and anyone who wants to know where the Ecstacy/Clubbing thing started.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By E. Watt on 16 May 2003
Format: Audio CD
Don't listen to the fools who wanted more 'unexpected' tracks on this CD. The CD reflects the brilliant tracks that most people will agree were the best during the Factory/Rough Trade period. A film soundtrack is about getting as many good tunes on a CD as possible, not one that 'some' people think are good or ones taht are unexpected. Anyway the only thing that it lacks, like the film is a Smiths/Morrissey track.
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By Spen on 21 Aug. 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Love this soundtrack. Loved the film. In fact I did a little dance to this in my car - and that's quite difficult.
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