New Order - Dreams Never End mp3 album
Produced by Martin Hannett. Dreams Never End Lyrics. My promise could be your fiend A given end to your dreams A simple movement or rhyme Could be the smallest of signs We'll never know what they are or care In its escapable view There's no escape, so few in fear Give in a changing value
This song does not appear on the international version, released November 1994.
Spirit System - Dreams Never End 05:23. Dreams Never End, The Him, Doubts Even Here taken from – (Movement – 1981).
At the time of its release, the album was not particularly well-received by critics or audiences, only peaking at number thirty on the UK Albums Chart. However, retrospective critical reception has been very positive
Dreams Never End is found on the album Dead Bodies Can't Sing.
Album: Movement (1981). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. songfacts ®. Artistfacts ®. Lyrics. My promise could be your fiend A given end to your dreams A simple movement or rhyme Could be the smallest of signs We'll never know what they are or care In it's escapable view There's no escape so few in fear Give in a changing value
|S.O. 36 Club, Berlin 27/5/81|
|A3||Dreams Never End|
|C2||In A Lonely Place|
|C3||Everything's Gone Green|
|Markthalle, Hamburg 16/5/81|
|D2||Doubts Even Here|
|D4||Dreams Never End|
|F1||Everything's Gone Green|
|Sheffield Western Works Demo Recording 7th September 1980|
|G2||Interview With John Peel|
|H1||Dreams Never End|
- Recorded At – SO36
- Recorded At – Markthalle, Hamburg
- Recorded At – Western Works
NotesOriginal boxed version.
Initial copies included a cassette of the Western Works demo recordings plus an interview with John Peel.
Initial copies seen with printed labels or sometimes labels were added to the box so that buyer can attach them. These labels have the "Limited Edition" info printed, as well as "Special Presentation Box Set" mention.
Only print on front box cover : gold print and white typo on black.
All song and gig info uncredited.
This edition being pressed early 80s (81-83) as it got featured in the "History In cuttings" 2nd edition book dated 04/83 (https://www.joydiv.org/bk13.htm).
First 4 labels (sides A-D) are white, but with a lila touch and sides E-F are white. The reissue has all white labels though.
Runouts are hand etched and refer to mastering engineer Jack Adams ("JA"), who was seen to have worked with mastering studio "Tape One" since 1981. Obviously those were not involved in the making of this unofficial release.
Inner sleeves : paper die-cut with trimmed curved corners and print :
"ENVELOPE MADE IN WESTERN GERMANY" at the bottom on 1 side.
These sleeves are to be found mostly on UK releases from that era.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): Goth+I+A J̶A̶ ̶T̶A̶P̶E̶ ̶O̶N̶E̶
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): Goth+I+B J̶A̶ ̶T̶A̶P̶E̶ ̶O̶N̶E̶
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side C): Goth+I+C JA TAPE ONE
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side D): Goth+I+D JA TAPE ONE
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side E): Goth+I+E JA TAPE ONE
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side F): Goth+I+F JA TAPE ONE
|none, GOTH 1||New Order||Dreams Never End (3xLP, RE, Unofficial, W/Lbl, Gat)||Not On Label (New Order), Not On Label (New Order)||none, GOTH 1||UK||Unknown|