The Other Two / The Other Two & You

CD and vinyl reissue

The Other Two / The Other Two & You reissue

The Other Two New Order band members Stephen Morris and Gillian Gilbert – released their debut album The Other Two & You back in 1993. That record will now be reissued, with fresh artwork and a new version of one track.

Released on London Records (Factory had closed by this point) the album was recorded in part at Real World Studios in 1990 and produced by Stephen Hague with contributions from A Certain Ratio’s Jez Kerr.

“Is it really 31 years since this was first released? It doesn’t seem that long ago,
but that’s old age for you. We’re both very excited that this album (our first attempt at the pop solo spin off malarkey) is getting another outing.”

Stephen and Gillian

The lead single ‘Tasty Fish’ peaked at No 41 on the UK singles chart with follow-up ‘Selfish’ also peaking just outside the top 40. ‘Innocence’ was only issued as a single in the US, and the seven-inch version of the ‘Love To Infinity’ remix replaces the album version on this reissue.

The album is being reissued on vinyl (only available via neworder.com, at least initially) and CD. There was a 2CD deluxe only four years ago, which offered a bonus disc of remixes, so its debatable how enticing this new CD might be, but there has been no vinyl since the original release over 30 years ago.

The Other Two & You is reissued on 31 May 2024.


The Other Two / The Other Two & You reissue

The Other Two & You The Other Two /

      1. Tasty Fish
      2. The Greatest Thing
      3. Selfish
      4. Movin’ On
      5. Ninth Configuration
      6. Feel This Love
      7. Spirit Level
      8. Night Voice
      9. Innocence (Love To Infinity 7″ Remix) *different version to the original
      10. Loved It (The Other Track)

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