Sub-culture (song)

Infobox Single
Name = Sub-culture


Artist = New Order
from Album = Low-Life
Released = November 1985
Format = 7", 12"
Recorded = ???
Genre = Dance
Length = 4:57, 7:26 (12" Remix)
Label = Factory - FAC 133
Producer = New Order
Chart position =
Reviews =
Last single = "The Perfect Kiss"
(1985)
This single = "Sub-culture"
(1985)
Next single = "Shellshock"
(1986)
"Sub-culture" is the name of a single released in November 1985 by New Order.

It was the second and final single that also appeared on the group's album release of the same year, "Low-Life". The mix (by John Robie) is different from the one that appears on the album. "Sub-culture" has only a regular black sleeve, as graphic designer Peter Saville reportedly deemed the mix of the song unworthy of his talents. The b-side is a remix titled "Dub-Vulture". "Sub-culture" also appears on the group's 1987 compilation, "Substance.

The 12" & 7" single mixes provide for a significant departure from the album version, with prominent usage of female backing singers.

Track listing

UK 7" - 7FAC 133

#"Sub-culture (Remix Edit)" (3:28)
#"Dub-vulture (Remix Edit)"

UK 12" - FAC 133

#"Sub-culture" (7:26)
#"Dub-vulture" (7:57)

Chart positions

External links

* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTbMJKm8o3A Live Performance of Song]


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