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Emerging out of the ashes of the ill-fated Joy Division, New Order have forged a lengthy and entirely separate career that certainly went way past them being treated as a postscript to their earlier band. Although early New Order records mined a sim...read more »

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New Order
Everything's Gone Green

One of them there old New Order EPs gets a reissue. 1981’s Everything’s Gone Green is one of the most important early works in the band’s discography. The last thing they did with famed producer Martin Hannett at the controls, this trio of tunes are synthetic post-punk par excellence. Now they’re getting remastered and reissued.
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Power, Corruption & Lies

New Order’s second full-length achieves a fine balance between electronic and guitar-based music. While the preceding Movement LP was the work of a band who couldn’t quite shake off the weight of their past as Joy Division, Power, Corruption and Lies and the contemporary Blue Monday 12” saw them define a singular identity. We All Stand and Leave Me Alone still have the guitar-driven angst of old, but the Blue Monday variation 5 8 6 and Ecstasy were ground-breaking forays into a Hi-NRG-influenced sequencer-driven style, enhanced by the unmistakable lead basslines of Peter Hook. Also Barney got over his reticence and became a proper lead singer. Housed in a high-concept, die-cut Peter Saville sleeve, it’s still an utter joy today. 
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∑(No,12k,Lg,17Mif) New Order + Liam Gillick: So it goes..

Well, New Order have already released live albums with titles like In Concert and Live at _____, so I guess they had no choice but to go with ∑(No,12k,Lg,17Mif) for this one. This set found the band collaborating with Liam Gillick’s 12-piece ‘synthesiser orchestra’, making it something of a unique collection, with favourites and rarities all re-imagined here.

Joy Division
Unknown Pleasures (40th Anniversary Edition)

If you haven't bought Joy Division's debut album before then perhaps now is the time to do it. To celebrate 40 years of its existence the kind people at Rhino have pressed it onto ruby red vinyl for your listening pleasure. But whose idea was it to invert the sleeve? Don't bloody touch it. The album is of course very good, basically inventing post-punk, goth and a form of industrial electronics in one swoop.  
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New Order
Get Ready

Once exceptional, New Order have seemingly spent the latter part of their career trying to undo the work of the first bit. Get Ready was their 2000 era comeback album and saw the band return to a tougher guitar-led sound with Peter Hook's bass turned back up again following its disappearance on Republic. Possibly lacking the invention and panache of their golden years, it now sounds a lot better having heard what would happen on subsequent albums.  
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New Order
Movement - Definitive Edition

It's probably about time we celebrated properly the very early clankings of New Order. The metamorphosis from Joy Division was a difficult one for the group but this fascinating era contains some of their most powerful and overlooked music. Now you can get a box set containing the original album plus a CD full of rarities, demos and rehearsal takes, a DVD of of-the-era performances and a 48 page hardback book.   
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New Order
Ceremony (Version 1)

This was the record that could have perhaps been the next Joy Division single. ceremony was originally recorded in March 1981 by the surviving Joy Division members with guitarist Bernard Sumner taking over on vocal duties from the late Ian Curtis. The track was eventually re-recorded with the new line up featuring Gillian Gilbert but this is the original and most Joy Division sounding version. 
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New Order
Tutti Frutti

Even if you are literally New Order, having a Hot Chip remix adorn your single must still be very exciting. Can they do any wrong? It seems not: their version of New Order’s Tutti Frutti has the glorious pop sensibility and the deep dancefloor authority that you’d expect from the Chip guys. The CD version comes with remixes from 3 other artists too. On Mute.

New Order
Republic

Remember Republic? The New Order album with sleeve art that looks like a straight-to-video action movie languishing in a VHS bargain bin? Here it is reissued, by Rhino. The 1993 album includes the hit ‘Regret’, and was the last thing released by the band before their long hiatus. Remastered audio!

New Order
Temptation

There have been other songs called 'Temptation' but the New Order one is surely the best. Released as a standalone single in 1982 it was the first music the band produced themselves. On this re-issue we get the full 12" version along with the full version of B side 'Hurt'. Both track have been remastered and 'Temptation' still sounds as thrilling and visceral as it did in 1982.    
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New Order
Ceremony (Version 2)

'Ceremony' was the first song New Order recorded following the tragic demise of Joy Division. Strangely, they recorded and released it twice. The original featured just the surviving Joy Division members, whilst the second recording was made with new member Gillian Gilbert. This is the re-recording. B side 'In A Lonely Place' was also slightly remixed for this 12" which was originally released in 1981.  
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Joy Division & New Order
Total (From Joy Division To New Order)

It’s never before been possible to study the trajectory of post-punk pioneers Joy Division and synth-rock sequel New Order in one sitting. The technology simply hasn’t been there. You’d need some kind of ‘play list’ - what a notion. But now, thanks to the latest developments, New Order are proud to present Total - a partial history of both.
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New Order
NOMC15

Towards the end of 2015, New Order played two gigs at Brixton Academy in support of their album Music Complete. The shows were subject to rave reviews, including a five-star write-up in The Guardian, and the audio from the second of those concerts was captured by Live Here Now. Now Mute present it across CD and triple LP. Comes with plenty of the hits as well.

Various
New Order Presents Be Music

Be Music is the umbrella name for the various extracurricular activities that the individual members of New Order got up to in their time away from the band. Lots of productions and remixes for acts including Section 25, A Certain Ratio and Factory Floor. This overview release, spanning the whole course of the band’s existence, compiles twelve tracks on the double vinyl edition and thirty-six tracks on the triple CD edition.

New Order
People On The High Line

Here we have  12” white vinyl of the Claptone remix with a download code for the full remix package or a CD with that full package on it, including mixes by Claptone, Late Nite Tuff Guy, Hybrid, Planet Funk and Richard X. Enough to sink your teeth into there. The 7" has sold out sadly.    

New Order
Complete Music

This deluxe edition of New Order’s most recent album presents the original album on one CD, and extended 12” mixes of every single track(!) on the other. So this release is perfect for anyone who fancies playing out new New Order in the club, or for those who just couldn’t get enough of the original tracks. Complete Music is out on Mute.

New Order
Singularity

Electronic art-rockers New Order with the third single from their acclaimed Music Complete album. Bernard Summer’s vocals are as melancholy and bittersweet as ever and the rapid-fire synths and heavy, twisting basline from Peter Hook make Singularity an album highlight. The selection of remixers is impeccable too; Erol Alkan, Mark Reeder, JS Zeiter and Liars.

New Order
Restless

Sometimes, you wish the past would just stay the past. Not so with The New Order. Hence our joy to be treated to new material! While we eagerly await their upcoming album Music Complete, expected September 25, we can listen to their first single in a decade: Restless. It might not be an entire new order, but that’s definitely not a bad thing.

New Order
Music Complete

And just like that, a brand new New Order album! Music Complete is their first since 2013, and is notable for a complete lack of Peter Hook, who grumped his way out of the band a while back. A fresh, Mute-worthy sound, wrapped up in a typical Peter Saville sleeve! Available on double LP (only black vinyl now) and CD!
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New Order
1981 - 1982

This is a classic of its era. The EP often known as 'Factus 8' is a kind of bridging EP between Joy Division and New Order.  The dark, goth-y sounds take on an electronic hue and New Order was born. There are some absolute corkers on here: 'Everything's Gone Green', 'Procession', 'Temptation'. A band who were once so inventive and ahead of their time. 
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Movement

Movement was the debut album from New Order and was the sound of the band finding their feet following the death of Ian Curtis and the dissolution of Joy Division. It's a dark and dislocated work, Bernard Sumner hadn't yet been cast as the band's lead singer so Peter Hook and Stephen Morris both contribute vocals. Sometimes it harks back to the Joy Division sound but also tentatively looks to the future and the more danceable music they would produce later in the decade. Not their best work perhaps but a fascinating document nonetheless. 
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New Order
Technique

What. An. Album. This is the one where New Order took loads of drugs and went to Ibiza and came out with dance pop classic. The album is a shimmering beauty, perfectly matching their Mancunian guitar pop with the dancefloor sounds of the day. (Almost) every song is perfect. A brilliant ride start to finish. 
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Joy Division, New Order, Various
Control OST


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New Order
Singles

New Order were always a singles band first and foremost, so this release ought to be your one-stop shop. A fair few solid gold hits here (‘Blue Monday’! ‘Temptation’!), presented in proper 7” single edit form where available. All the audio has been remastered since the last time Warner released Singles, and a little new material is in there too. Released as a double CD set or as a deluxe quadruple LP vinyl box-set.
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New Order (featuring Ana Mantronic)
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