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PETER HOOK The Hacienda: How Not to Run a Club [deluxe signed edition]

Regular price £0.00 £600.00 Sale

Hooky's memoir of Manchester's most iconic night club - the high times, the groundbreaking music, the immense loss of money and the legacy. Includes an exclusive 10" vinyl disc of new recordings made especially for this limited edition.

THE DELUXE SIGNED EDITION OF 100 SETS

The package contains:

  • a signed and numbered hand bound limited edition book
  • binding in black material with embossed detailing
  • black screenprinted and laser cut book edges
  • an authentication hologram in the book
  • a hand screenprinted handmade solid maple solander box
  • extra material not published in the Simon & Schuster first edition hardback
  • a piece of the original Hacienda dancefloor rescued from the club by Hooky and mounted on a numbered maple mount
  • a piece of the original Hacienda granite bar top engraved 'FAC51'
  • an exclusive 10" record of new recordings pressed on high quality yellow vinyl
  • a die cut custom record sleeve
  • a hand signed hand printed screenprint suitable for framing

As I sit here going through the prototypes and plans for the Foruli collectors editions of How Not To Run A Club I can see how beautiful they are and the obvious respect that has gone into creating what I can only call works of art. They really evoke and bring to life the original and authentic graphic identity of the Hacienda around the text, so now the book not only tells the story but becomes a much more complete testament to The Hac. Its design and identity was always funded with no thought of expense, as the club prioritised Art well above Money. Foruli have managed to immortalize my original book with these special editions and I have to say I'm delighted with the result. I just hope someone treats me as reverently when I am gone! - Peter Hook, Manchester, June 2010

ABOUT THE RECORD

The Hacienda EP

Peter Hook

Catalogue number FEP2C

Limited edition yellow vinyl sleeved in a black disco bag and accompanied by a hand signed & numbered hand printed screenprint on silver Mirri board

100 copies, only available with the Deluxe Edition of The Hacienda: How Not to Run a Club

A1 – ELEGIAC

Written by Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris & Gillian Gilbert
Exclusive re-recording of the track Elegia, originally released in 1985 by New Order on the Low-Life LP

A2 - LATER THAN YOU THINK

Written by Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris & Gillian Gilbert
Exclusive re-recording of the track Sooner Than You Think, originally released in 1985 by New Order on the Low-Life LP

B1 - THE JOYFUL ONE

Written by Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris & Gillian Gilbert
Exclusive re-recording of the New Order track The Happy One, an unreleased song from the Technique album sessions of 1988 - edited sections were later used in the Substance 1989 video 

B2 - THE VIKINGS 

Exclusive new track written and performed by Manray (Peter Hook and Phil Murphy)

Peter Hook: vocals, bass guitars
Phil Murphy: other instruments

Recorded by Phil Murphy, March & July 2010

Produced by Peter Hook & Phil Murphy

 

 

There are many sharply drawn vignettes in Hook's entertaining memoir... Hook is revealed as a born anecdotalist... engaging and hilarious Sunday Times


Saturated with gleeful hedonism, Hook's memoir includes frank admissions of eye-popping commercial ineptitude, which gives the book a restless energy - Financial Times