The 'No' on the sleeve should possibly be a warning to you if you were thinking of delving into the later works of New Order. The once innovative and always fascinating band lost their way somehow as they split and reformed and split again. 2005's Waiting For the Sirens Call was another attempt to regain the formula and was a more rocky work than they'd produced for some time. At least Peter Hook played on it which is more than can be said for the subsequent Music Complete.  

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Waiting For The Sirens Call by New Order
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7/10 Jack 5th September 2016

First off, I must express dislike for those who dismiss this album as not being on par with their eighties albums. New Order has already made their mythic hits, and one has to admire the fact that they are still putting stuff out there, when the pop-music landscape is so altered. New Order are still making music that's great on its own terms. If nothing else, WFTSC is pleasing in that it shows the band are far from out of musical ideas, pop hooks, great riffs, and "interesting" lyrics after all these years.




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