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New Order – 5 great LPs Remastered (2008)

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New Order – 5 great LPs Remastered (2008)

New Order melded post-punk and electronic dance, and became one of the most critically acclaimed bands of the 1980s. Though the band were shadowed by the legacy of Joy Division in their first years, their immersion in the New York City club scene of the early 1980s introduced them to dance music. The band’s 1983 hit “Blue Monday” saw them fully embrace dance music and synthesized instruments, and is the best-selling 12-inch single of all time.

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205_new_order-run_(ii).mp3
206_new_order-mto.mp3
207_new_order-fine_time_(silk_mix).mp3
208_new_order-vanishing_point_instrumental.mp3
209_new_order-world_in_montion_(cabinieri_mix).mp3

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103_new_order-as_it_is_when_it_was.mp3
104_new_order-broken_promise.mp3
105_new_order-way_of_life.mp3
106_new_order-bizarre_love_triangle.mp3
107_new_order-all_day_long.mp3
108_new_order-angel_dust.mp3
109_new_order-every_little_counts.mp3
110_new_order-state_of_the_nation.mp3
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201_new_order-bizarre_love_triangle.mp3
202_new_order-1963.mp3
203_new_order-true_faith_(shep_pettibone_remix).mp3
204_new_order-touched_by_the_hand_of_god.mp3
205_new_order-blue_monday_88.mp3
206_new_order-evil_dust.mp3
207_new_order-true_faith_-_true_dub.mp3
208_new_order-beach_buggy.mp3

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103_new_order-this_time_of_night.mp3
104_new_order-sunrise.mp3
105_new_order-elegia.mp3
106_new_order-sooner_than_you_think.mp3
107_new_order-sub-culture.mp3
108_new_order-face_up.mp3
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203_new_order-shellshock_(john_robie_remix).mp3
204_new_order-shame_of_the_nation.mp3
205_new_order-elegia.mp3
206_new_order-lets_go.mp3
207_new_order-salvation_theme.mp3
208_new_order-dub_vulture.mp3
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106-new_order-the_him.mp3
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203-new_order-in_a_lonely_place.mp3
204-new_order-everythings_gone_green.mp3
205-new_order-procession.mp3
206-new_order-mesh.mp3
207-new_order-hurt.mp3
208-new_order-cries_and_whispers.mp3
209-new_order-ceremony_alt._version.mp3
210-new_order-temptation_12_mix.mp3

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205-new_order-lonesome_tonight.mp3
206-new_order-murder.mp3
207-new_order-thieves_like_us_(instrumental).mp3
208-new_order-confusion_(instrumental).mp3

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October 17, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_Electronica, New Order, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

New Order – Movement (2008 Remastered, 2CD)


New Order – Movement (2008 Remastered, 2CD)

Movement was New Order’s debut album, released in November 1981 on Factory Records.

This work was recorded not long after Ian Curtis’ death and this is the closest NO came to the Joy Division sound.

This comes in a digitally remastered and expanded two CD edition.

Disc One in this package contains the original 1981 album in its digitally remastered glory.

Disc Two is filled with non-album singles, B-sides and remixes.

At the time of its release, this album wasn’t particularly well received by critics or consumers, only peaking at #30 on the UK album charts. Closer, an album the band had released just over a year before as Joy Division, reached #6.

Movement cover After the death of Joy Division singer Ian Curtis and the severe effect this had upon those close to him, the remaining members of Joy Division elected to carry on, albeit under a new name – New Order.

With the exception of two songs, “Ceremony” and “In a Lonely Place” (unrecorded in the studio but played live at the time of Curtis’s death), all the material played would be new.

A couple of songs on Movement stem from the initial songwriting session the band undertook in the summer of 1980.

“Dreams Never End” and “Truth” were both played at the initial New Order concerts (still played as trio) in the US that September. At this point it was still undecided as to who should be vocalist. The interim solution was that all three members took turns at singing before finally deciding that Bernard Sumner should take the main vocalist’s role with Peter Hook as back-up (though he sang lead on “Dreams Never End” and “Doubts Even Here”).

The introduction in November 1980 of Gillian Gilbert, Stephen Morris’s girlfriend, lightened the burden on Sumner who had to play guitar and keyboards and sing (something he found impossible to do simultaneously) and enabled the band to pursue a more electronic approach.

Subsequently, the remainder of the songs that appeared on Movement were written and then recorded over a seven month period “in two big bits, and a whole lot of little bits” (Sumner’s words), as well as “Mesh,” “Cries and Whispers” (both early live staples and used as B-sides), “Procession” and “Everything’s Gone Green,” the latter forming a non-album single released as FAC53 in September 1981.

The producer of the album was once again Martin Hannett, who had worked with them as Joy Division; however, the rapport between producer and band had in the ensuing time eroded. Hannett was in a legal dispute with Factory Records and suffering from substance and alcohol abuse, and the band members–themselves still coming to terms with having to write and arrange songs without Curtis’s ear and lyric-writing ability–found him uncooperative. It would be the last time they worked together.

As noted above, upon its release in November 1981–just weeks after the Joy Division retrospective/live double album Still– Movement was met with a tepid reception, with critics disappointed by what was perceived to be a lack of forward momentum after the “Ceremony” single. It is rumoured that the band considered either re-mixing or even entirely re-recording the album, but time and financial constraints prevented this. Fortunately, a new song called “Temptation” would provide the band with the necessary impetus and a new direction.

Movement cover
The album’s cover was designed by Peter Saville and is based on a Futurist poster by Fortunato Depero. ‘F’ refers to Factory Records / Factory Communications Limited and ‘L’ the roman numeral 50 – the album being classified as FAC50. The blue colour was chosen by the band, although initial copies in America had the same design with a white background.

Tracklisting

CD1

1. Dreams Never End
2. Truth
3. Senses
4. Chosen Time
5. I.C.B
6. The Him
7. Doubts Even Here
8. Denial

CD2

01. Ceremony
02. Temptation
03. In A Lonely Place
04. Everything’s Gone Green
05. Procession
06. Cries And Whispers
07. Hurt
08. Mesh
09. Ceremony [Alt. Version]
10. Temptation [12″ Mix]

here be the new New Order

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October 14, 2008 Posted by | Joy Division, Music_Alternative, New Order, _MUSIC | 4 Comments

New Order – Technique (Remastered & Expanded )-2CD-2008

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New Order – Technique (Remastered & Expanded)-2CD-2008
# Audio CD (29 Sep 2008)
# Number of Discs: 2
# Label: Rhino
# ASIN: B001EMPUGM

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A New Order classic now even better!

A whopping 18 tracks this time across 2 CDs!

The extra tracks in this version are worth the admission price alone!

New Order melded post-punk and electronic dance, and became one of the most critically acclaimed bands of the 1980s. Though the band were shadowed by the legacy of Joy Division in their first years, their immersion in the New York City club scene of the early 1980s introduced them to dance music. The band’s 1983 hit “Blue Monday” saw them fully embrace dance music and synthesized instruments, and is the best-selling 12-inch single of all time.

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Just look at the bonus disc – it contains some of their strongest-ever songs: “Everything’s Gone Green”, “Procession”, “Temptation”, “Hurt” – “Hurt”, for ****’s sake, where did THAT come from? When did you EVER hear music like that? PIL’s “Metal Box” maybe? Talk about (to paraphrase Sounds, or was it NME?) people sitting on sofas in the rain wondering where this music came from! It’s as though (with disc 2) Rhino have unearthed a lost classic New Order LP (except that you’ve heard all the songs before).

Anyway, you try following up the best LP ever made (Closer) after your lead singer’s just died and see how you get on.

Plus…the rare alternate version of “Ceremony” AND the half-hearted packaging of the London CD edition dispensed with.

Why would anyone not buy this?

By Colin Mccartney


Tracklisting

Disc: 1

1. Dreams Never End
2. Truth
3. Senses
4. Chosen Time
5. I.C.B
6. The Him
7. Doubts Even Here
8. Denial

Disc: 2

1. Ceremony
2. Temptation
3. In A Lonely Place
4. Everything’s Gone Green
5. Procession
6. Mesh
7. Hurt
8. Cries And Whispers
9. Ceremony (Alt. Version)
10. Temptation (12\x{201d} Mix)

Here she be:

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September 28, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_Electronica, New Order, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

New Order – iTunes Originals

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New Order – iTunes Originals
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In more than 20 years, New Order have helped shape dance music through innovation and exploration.

In this revealing iTunes Originals session, the group plays early hits and new songs and unearths two Joy Division classics (“Transmission” and “Love Will Tear Us Apart”).

In the interview segments, the members recall their early inspirations, Factory Records, the hedonism of Ibiza (which influenced the ‘Technique’ album), the group’s six-year separation, and what they really think about encores.

Tracklisting

01 – iTunes Originals
02 – A Door Opening In A Darkened Room
03 – Transmission (iTunes Originals Version)
04 – The First Album ‘Movement’ Was Very Tentative
05 – Dreams Never End
06 – That’s One Of The Legends Anyway
07 – Blue Monday
08 – Another One Of Our Dance Rock Things
09 – Bizarre Love Triangle (iTunes Originals Version)
10 – It’s Most Notable For The Quality Of Its Sleeve
11 – The Perfect Kiss
12 – There Was No Great Plan
13 – Love Vigilantes (iTunes Originals Version)
14 – We Don’t Really Know What We’re Doing
15 – True Faith
16 – Then It All Started Going Wrong
17 – Round And Round
18 – ‘Run Wild’ Is A Very Personal Track
19 – Run Wild (iTunes Originals Version)
20 – A Total Shock
21 – Regret
22 – People Like The New Numbers
23 – Waiting For The Sirens’ Call (iTunes Originals Version)
24 – I Find It Very Pleasurable
25 – Love Will Tear Us Apart (iTunes Originals Version)

Here be old New Order ;

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July 3, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_Electronica, New Order, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

New Order – Republic (FLAC LOSSLESS)

New Order – Republic

FLAC LOSSLESS/ CUE/ IMG/ LOG/ CANS | RS | 332 MB
Genre: Indie, Pop


1993’s Republic was New Order’s first album after the demise of Factory Records and would be their last for eight years, after they disbanded while touring to promote this record.

The album reached Number 1 in the UK, and is New Order’s last chart topper. It also received a Mercury Music Prize nomination.

The album follows on the standard New Order principles of not having anything other than the credits and art inside the CD sleeve, and of having a Peter Saville designed cover.

The band broke up while on the tour following this album. Lead singer Bernard Sumner is known not to like travelling to North America, and media reports suggest that the pressure of the long leg there contributed to the band’s temporary demise. They reunited in 1998.


Their cult years behind them, 1993 saw New Order put their best commercial foot forward with this, their major label debut. By this time they were an act geared to mainstream appetites, and the lighter tone and preponderance of upbeat synthesizer hooks on REPUBLIC suggested a group who had identified their strengths and weaknesses in the four-year interval since their last album. The vibrant tunesmithery that has always been the group’s trademark was augmented by a typicallypolished Stephen Hague production. “Regret” duly became their first major US radio hit. Other effective tracks include set-closer “Avalanche”, and “World”, the record’s most feisty interlude.

This LP comes in for a bit of undeserved flak from NO fans- mainly because it has very slick, commercial production, and because Hooky’s bass is uncharacteristically absent throughout much of the set.

Neither of these factors are really a problem- in fact, this is one of NO’s best sounding albums. New Order’s music has always needed good sound quality to do it justice (poor production let down both “Movement” and “Brotherhood”). Hague does a great production job for the most part, and the polished sound is perfectly complemented by Peter Saville’s glossy sleeve artwork.

The opening side, kicking off with the superb “Regret” and closing with the sparkling “Everyone Everywhere,” is as good as anything in the band’s back catalogue. If the album deserves criticism, its because of the second side, which is a little underwhelming- “Chemical” in particular, is best forgotten- but it’s by no means unenjoyable. “Special” stands out as a perfect example of NO’s melodic melancholia, and the instrumental “Avalanche” is an understated (and underrated) closer.

Although it’s often written off as sub-standard, it’s a much better album than NO are given credit for. It would be easy to be seduced by its slick, commercial allure and pass it off as a superficial pop album, but no amount of sonic tweaking can disguise NO’s brand of sombre, bittersweet melody, which is evident throughout, and this is what gives the record its punch. Instead of whingeing about how NO don’t sound like Joy Division anymore, the listener ought to take the album on its own terms. (And anyway, at least its better than “Get Ready”.


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Tracklisting:

1. Regret

2. World

3. Ruined In A Day

4. Spooky

5. Everyone Everywhere

6. Young Offender

7. Liar

8. Chemical

9. Times Change

10. Special

11. Avalanche


Here be the old New Order

PART 1
PART 2
PART 3
PART 4

Pass: Lee Harvey Oswald

Thanks to Lee Harvey Oswald (I know you didn’t kill that bloke in Dallas …. JR Ewing, I mean)

February 12, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, New Order, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

New Order – Republic (FLAC LOSSLESS)

New Order – Republic

FLAC LOSSLESS/ CUE/ IMG/ LOG/ CANS | RS | 332 MB
Genre: Indie, Pop


1993’s Republic was New Order’s first album after the demise of Factory Records and would be their last for eight years, after they disbanded while touring to promote this record.

The album reached Number 1 in the UK, and is New Order’s last chart topper. It also received a Mercury Music Prize nomination.

The album follows on the standard New Order principles of not having anything other than the credits and art inside the CD sleeve, and of having a Peter Saville designed cover.

The band broke up while on the tour following this album. Lead singer Bernard Sumner is known not to like travelling to North America, and media reports suggest that the pressure of the long leg there contributed to the band’s temporary demise. They reunited in 1998.


Their cult years behind them, 1993 saw New Order put their best commercial foot forward with this, their major label debut. By this time they were an act geared to mainstream appetites, and the lighter tone and preponderance of upbeat synthesizer hooks on REPUBLIC suggested a group who had identified their strengths and weaknesses in the four-year interval since their last album. The vibrant tunesmithery that has always been the group’s trademark was augmented by a typicallypolished Stephen Hague production. “Regret” duly became their first major US radio hit. Other effective tracks include set-closer “Avalanche”, and “World”, the record’s most feisty interlude.

This LP comes in for a bit of undeserved flak from NO fans- mainly because it has very slick, commercial production, and because Hooky’s bass is uncharacteristically absent throughout much of the set.

Neither of these factors are really a problem- in fact, this is one of NO’s best sounding albums. New Order’s music has always needed good sound quality to do it justice (poor production let down both “Movement” and “Brotherhood”). Hague does a great production job for the most part, and the polished sound is perfectly complemented by Peter Saville’s glossy sleeve artwork.

The opening side, kicking off with the superb “Regret” and closing with the sparkling “Everyone Everywhere,” is as good as anything in the band’s back catalogue. If the album deserves criticism, its because of the second side, which is a little underwhelming- “Chemical” in particular, is best forgotten- but it’s by no means unenjoyable. “Special” stands out as a perfect example of NO’s melodic melancholia, and the instrumental “Avalanche” is an understated (and underrated) closer.

Although it’s often written off as sub-standard, it’s a much better album than NO are given credit for. It would be easy to be seduced by its slick, commercial allure and pass it off as a superficial pop album, but no amount of sonic tweaking can disguise NO’s brand of sombre, bittersweet melody, which is evident throughout, and this is what gives the record its punch. Instead of whingeing about how NO don’t sound like Joy Division anymore, the listener ought to take the album on its own terms. (And anyway, at least its better than “Get Ready”.


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Tracklisting:

1. Regret

2. World

3. Ruined In A Day

4. Spooky

5. Everyone Everywhere

6. Young Offender

7. Liar

8. Chemical

9. Times Change

10. Special

11. Avalanche


Here be the old New Order

PART 1
PART 2
PART 3
PART 4

Pass: Lee Harvey Oswald

Thanks to Lee Harvey Oswald (I know you didn’t kill that bloke in Dallas …. JR Ewing, I mean)

February 12, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, New Order, _MUSIC | Leave a comment