Don't Get Lemon/The True Faith "Procession/Everything's Gone Green"
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“Procession” by Don’t Get Lemon is fairly faithful to the original vision of the song, using similar synth patterns, but Bernard Sumner’s trembling, often underwhelming tenor is replaced with Austin Curtis’s stronger bellow. The melancholic poetry of the song takes on poignant new gravitas with this modern take on the track. Procession has been given a beautiful new lease on life with this stunning collaboration.
“Everything’s Gone Green” by True Faith is far heavier, taking an expansive, shoegazey alt-rock approach to the track. It drags the New Order sound back to its stark Mancunian roots in Joy Division, melding the synths with a psychedelic guitar-infused drone. It, too, brings a strength to the track with the acknowledgment of the spirit of Ian Curtis, while also highlighting the direction New Order was to travel. (Post-Punk.com)
50 cassettes on light blue shells
Procession originally written by New Order Performed by Don’t Get Lemon Engineered, recorded, and mixed by R.N. at Cloudland Studios Everything’s Gone Green originally written by New Order Performed by True Faith Engineered, recorded, and mixed by True Faith at House of God Mastered by Will Killingsworth at Dead Air Studios Covers designed by Coward’s Way