Everything's Gone Green

December 1981

   12": BL 1981 (Factory Benelux FBNL 8)
   12": JP 1983 (Crepuscule Au Japon/Shinseido Sirius SC-53)
   CD5: BL 1990 (Factory Benelux FBN 8 CD)
        5:33    Everything's Gone Green
        3:25    Mesh
        3:00    Cries and Whispers

   12": UK 1996 (Internal Records LIARX 32) [released by The Advent]
   CD5: UK 1996 (Internal Records LIECD 32) [released by The Advent]
        5:55    Everything's Gone Green (show me green)
        5:06    Everything's Gone Green (green for help)
        6:11    Everything's Gone Green (green gone hard)
        5:17    Everything's Gone Green (electric green)

- Tracks 2 and 3 are incorrectly named. The correct titles are:
  3:25 "Cries and Whispers", and 3:00 "Mesh".

The computer graphics used on the sleeve was created by Stephen and Gillian. Everything's Gone Green is supposedly the first New Order song to feature computer-generated sounds.

Q: Are The Advent tracks remixes or original material?
A: The Advent did a remix of Everything's Gone Green for The Rest Of but the remix never made it to the album, instead they released the remix as their own single with three additional tracks. The remix was also released on the Volume 15 - Technology Alert! compilation. In the booklet to the compilation, one can read "... their remixes of New Order's Everything's Gone Green - one trance, one techno, one electro and one where it still resembles New Order."

Groove notation:




The Advent


12x12" - New Order Vinyl Campaign
1981-1982 New Order (EP)
Waiting for the Sirens' Call
? - (The Rest Of) New Order
Reprise In-House CDR-Pack 2001
Substance 1987
Cicada Remix Showreel
Crepuscule Collection 5 For Tomorrow We Live
Different Colours, Different Shades
Factory Records - Communications 1978-1992
Martin Buttrich Remix Showreel
Navigator - Chart your own Course
Remixes & Rarities 1992-2005 [Dave Clarke]
Volume 15 - Technology Alert!
[dj remixes]
In Hindsight
In Hindsight II
3 16
A Factory Complication
Taras Shevchenko
Umbrellas in the Sun