Fac. Dance

This new album is a retrospective of Factory Records, the Manchester club-turned-record label.

Compiled by Bill Brewster of djhistory.com it features 12″ mixes and other rarities from 1980-1987.

The music explores Factory’s strong links with the New York club culture of the 1980s andĀ features tracks by Blurt, New Order, Quando Quango and A Certain Ratio.

The package also includes rare artist photos and original label artwork by Peter Saville.

Fac. Dance is available on iTunes, Amazon, and hmv.com and is a Strut Records release.

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I am a dance music fan with a particular passion for trance and have worked as part of the production teams on Pete Tong's Essential Selection, Judge Jules' Saturday Warm Up, and Dave Pearce's Dance Anthems on BBC Radio 1. I currently create my own show Trance& which you can download via iTunes and produce Trancecast - a trance podcast. I am very keen to help promote new and emerging artists and record labels as well as being a huge supporter of the UK and international club scene. Thanks for reading my blog.

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