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Boomkat Product Review:
LTM offer a brilliantly curated overview of a pivotal year in the history of Factory Records. 1987 was a year of flux for the label, as Tony Wilson wanted to concentrate on more "intelligent" pop records, and A&R head Mike Pickering was moving further on a strictly dance music vector. The results make for great listening, ranging from well known pop classics such as New Order's 'True Faith' and the Mondays' '24 Hour Party People', to killer dancefloor music from Arthur Baker's stone cold New York jam 'Come On', to the industro-dub of The Hood's 'Salvation'. However, it's probably the stuff in between that's worthy of you closer attention here, like Durutti Column's gorgeous 'Catos con Guantes' and Fadela's heavily sampled 'N'Sel Fik' and the jangly guitar pop charm of Miaow's 'When It All Comes Down' or the proto-shoegaze of The Wake's 'Furious Sea'.