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The Durutti Column - 2001-2009 (2009)

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The Durutti Column - 2001-2009 (2009)

The Durutti Column - 2001-2009 (2009)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) - 1,8 Gb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 754 Mb | 05:29:07
Dreampop, Art Pop, Ambient, Experimental Rock | Label: Artful Records

5CD box set of the albums released on Artful/Fullfill during the period 2001-2009.

The Durutti Column - LC (1981/2013)

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The Durutti Column - LC (1981/2013)

The Durutti Column - LC (1981/2013)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) - 781 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 319 Mb | 02:19:29
Dreampop, Post-Punk | Label: Factory Benelux

Expanded double disc editions on vinyl and CD of LC, the second studio set by The Durutti Column, originally issued by Factory in 1981 and ranked among Vini Reilly's finest albums.

The Durutti Column - Amigos em Portugal (1983/2016)

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The Durutti Column - Amigos em Portugal (1983/2016)

The Durutti Column - Amigos em Portugal (1983/2016)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) - 184 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 88 Mb | 00:38:08
Ambient, Dreampop, Post-Punk | Label: Durutti

Released in 1983, label-owner Miguel met the band in the Manchester before subsequently inviting them to record a single in Portugal. As the story goes, Vini came and recorded a whole albums worth of material, which would be quickly developed into following releases. This was the pre-cursor to Without Mercy and it contains some beautiful little tunes and is highly under-rated and overlooked.

The Durutti Column - The Return of the Durutti Column (1980/2014)

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The Durutti Column - The Return of the Durutti Column (1980/2014)

The Durutti Column - The Return of the Durutti Column (1980/2014)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) - 287 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 128 Mb | 00:55:58
Ambient, Dreampop | Label: Factory Benelux

A collaboration between virtuoso guitarist Vini Reilly and legendary Manchester producer Martin Hannett, the Return of The Durutti Column paired Reilly's non-rock sketches with Hannett's electronic textures to produce "perfectly realized, correctly ambient and inventive music" (NME). The infamous sandpaper sleeve was somewhat less user friendly. Inspired by a 1959 Situationist publication by Guy Debord and Asger Jorn, the relentless iconoclasts at Factory hoped that the abrasive packaging would destroy existing record collections.