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New Order - The Collection 1981-1993 (2016 Remastered)

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New Order - The Collection 1981-1993 (2016 Remastered)

Artist: New Order
Title Of Album: The Collection 1981-1993
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Warner Records
Country: UK
Genre: Synthpop,New Wave,Post-Punk,Electronica
Quality: FLAC (*tracks)
Bitrate: Lossless [96kHz/24bit]
Full Size: 4,33 Gb


Tracklist:

Movement (1981)

Movement is the first hesitant step in the transition from Joy Division to New Order. Despite a relatively assured debut single ("Ceremony," which didn't even appear on the album), the first New Order album revealed a band apparently caught up in mourning for its former lead singer. (But of course, themes of loss and isolation were hardly novel for them.) Movement encompassed songs written just after the suicide of Ian Curtis, and it was recorded with alternating vocal spots to see whose would fit best -- although neither Peter Hook nor Bernard Sumner sounded worthy of the mantle

1 Dreams Never End 3:13
2 Truth 4:37
3 Senses 4:45
4 Chosen Time 4:07
5 ICB 4:33
6 The Him 5:29
7 Doubts Even Here 4:16
8 Denial 4:20

Duration: 00:35:39

Bernard Sumner - vocals, guitars, melodica, synthesizers, programming
Peter Hook - bass, vocals ("Dreams Never End", "Doubts Even Here")
Gillian Gilbert - synthesizers, programming, guitars
Stephen Morris - drums, synthesizers, programming

Power, Corruption & Lies (1983)

A great leap forward from their funereal debut album, Power, Corruption & Lies cemented New Order's place as the most exciting dance-rock hybrid in music (and it didn't even include the massive "Blue Monday" single, released earlier that year). Confident and invigorating where Movement had sounded disconsolate and lost, the record simply pops with energy from the beginning "Age of Consent," an alternative pop song with only a smattering of synthesizers overlaying an assured Bernard Sumner, who took his best vocal turn yet.

1 Age Of Consent 5:15
2 We All Stand 5:13
3 The Village 4:37
4 5-8-6 7:29
5 Your Silent Face 5:59
6 Ultraviolence 4:51
7 Ecstasy 4:25
8 Leave Me Alone 4:41

Duration: 00:42:30

Bernard Sumner - vocals, guitars, melodica, synthesizers, programming
Peter Hook - 4- and 6-stringed bass, electronic percussion
Stephen Morris - drums, synthesizers, programming
Gillian Gilbert - synthesizers, programming, guitars


Low-Life (1985)

New Order's third LP, Low-life, was, in every way, the artistic equal of their breakout, 1983's Power, Corruption & Lies. The point where the band's fusion of rock and electronics became seamless, it showed the bandmembers having it every way they wanted: heavily sequenced and synthesized, but with bravura work from Bernard Sumner's guitar and Peter Hook's plaintive, melodic bass; filled with hummable pop songs, but still experimental as far as how the productions were achieved.

1 Love Vigilantes 4:20
2 The Perfect Kiss 4:49
3 This Time Of Night 4:45
4 Sunrise 6:02
5 Elegia 4:55
6 Sooner Than You Think 5:13
7 Sub-culture 4:58
8 Face Up 5:07

Duration: 00:40:03

Bernard Sumner – vocals, guitars, melodica, synthesizers, electronics and programming, percussion
Peter Hook – 4 and 6-stringed bass, electronic percussion, backing vocals on "This Time of Night"
Stephen Morris – drums, synthesizers, electronics and programming
Gillian Gilbert – synthesizers, electronics and programming, guitars

Brotherhood (1986)

1 Paradise 3:51
2 Weirdo 3:53
3 As It Is When It Was 3:46
4 Broken Promise 3:47
5 Way Of Life 4:06
6 Bizarre Love Triangle 4:22
7 All Day Long 5:13
8 Angel Dust 3:43
9 Every Little Counts 4:28

Duration: 00:37:08

Bernard Sumner – vocals, electric guitar, synthesizers, programming
Peter Hook – bass guitar, electronic percussion, backing vocals
Stephen Morris – drums, synthesizers, programming
Gillian Gilbert – synthesizers, programming, guitars, backing vocals

Republic (1993)

Republic is the sixth studio album by the English rock band New Order. Released in 1993 by London Records, it is their first album released after the demise of Factory Records, and their last for eight years. The album reached number one in the UK, their last album to do so. It also received a Mercury Music Prize nomination. The album's lead single, "Regret", is also New Order's last top-five hit in their home country. It was produced and co-written by Stephen Hague, who had produced several non-album singles with them already. The band went on hiatus following a gig at the Reading Festival promoting the album in August 1993. Lead vocalist Bernard Sumner is known to not like travelling to North America, and media reports suggest that the pressure of the long leg there contributed to the band's temporary demise. The band reunited in 1998.

1 Regret 4:08
2 World 4:44
3 Ruined In A Day 4:22
4 Spooky 4:43
5 Everyone Everywhere 4:24
6 Young Offender 4:48
7 Liar 4:21
8 Chemical 4:10
9 Times Change 3:52
10 Special 4:51
11 Avalanche 3:14

00:47:50

Bernard Sumner – vocals, guitars, synthesizers and programming
Peter Hook – 4 and 6-stringed bass, synthesizers and programming, backing vocals
Stephen Morris – drums, synthesizers and programming
Gillian Gilbert – synthesizers and programming; vocal on "Avalanche"








New Order - The Collection 1981-1993 (2016 Remastered)


New Order - The Collection 1981-1993 (2016 Remastered)







New Order - The Collection 1981-1993 (2016 Remastered)






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