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∑(No,12k,Lg,17Mif) New Order + Liam Gillick: So It Goes..

    In June 2017, New Order returned to the stage at Manchester’s Old Granada Studios where Joy Division made their television debut on Tony Wilson’s So It Goes programme in 1978. For the celebrated show ∑(No,12k,Lg,17Mif) New Order + Liam Gillick: So it goes .., New Order deconstructed, rethought and rebuilt a wealth of material from throughout their career: familiar and obscure, old and new.

    Featuring tracks such as Disorder, from Joy Divisions Unknown Pleasures and not played live for 30 years, up to 2015’s Plastic from New Order’s critically acclaimed Top 5 album Music Complete - this is the perfect document of those magical 5 nights. The album was recorded live on 13th July 2017 and includes the full show and encore plus 3 additional tracks recorded over the residency to give listeners a full representation of the breadth of material performed. 

    This special series of intimate shows took over Stage 1 of Manchester’s iconic Old Granada Studios for five nights in June 2017. Created in collaboration with visual artist Liam Gillick, who has previously presented solo exhibitions at venues such as Tate Britain and MoMA in New York; and orchestrated by composer-arranger Joe Duddell, a fellow son of Manchester and a frequent collaborator with the band, the live show was performed by the band with a 12-strong synthesiser ensemble from the Royal Northern College of Music. 

    STAFF COMMENTS

    Barry says: Mute present this essential landmark in New Order's lineage with this 2CD / 3LP set from MIF almost exactly 2 years ago. The catalogue is given a renewed and invigorated twist, showing another side to an already venerable set of classic songs. An essential piece for any fans, and another reason New Order retain the status they've held for so long.

    FORMAT INFORMATION

    3xColoured LP Info: Limited Edition Triple album pressed on transparent coloured vinyl housed in a slip-box.
    Vinyl 1: Red Transparent.
    Vinyl 2: Light Green Transparent.
    Vinyl 3: Blue Transparent.
    Packaged in individual sleeves and into a hardback slipcase, all with spot gloss finish.
    24 page 12" sized booklet with silk finish containing exclusive imagery and text relating to the legendary event.
    Includes hi definition digital download of all 18 tracks.

    2xCD Info: Double CD w/ Deluxe Booklet, packaged in triple gatefold sleeve with spot gloss varnish.

    New Order

    Movement - Definitive Edition

      Out of the ashes of Joy Division, the remaining members decided to carry on recording under the name of New Order. The band’s debut album Movement recorded between 24th April to the 4th May 1981 at Strawberry in Stockport and featuring all new material, produced by Martin Hannett was released in 11th November 1981 on Factory Records.

      The Movement boxed set will include the vinyl LP with its original iconic sleeve designed by Peter Saville, original album CD in replica mini album sleeve, a bonus CD of previously unreleased tracks, DVD of live shows and TV appearances plus hard backed book all housed in a lift off lid box.

      The vinyl LP of the original album is cut on 180g and features the 2015 remastered audio, presented in a replica of the original sleeve.

      The second CD includes 18 completely unreleased tracks made from Demos, Sessions, Rehearsal Recordings and an Alternative 7” version of Temptation

      Accompanying the set is a 48page hard back book which features photos and an essay.

      FORMAT INFORMATION

      FREE SHIPPING This item has FREE UK shipping!

      New Order

      Temptation - Remastered Edition

        Featuring the full versions of both tracks this 12” was first release in May 1982 and were the first self-produced released recordings. With ‘Temptation’ being a cast iron New Order classic, this is an essential part of any New Order collection. This 12” features remastered audio on heavyweight vinyl.

        New Order

        Everything's Gone Green - Remastered Edition

          Originally released on Factory Benelux in December 1981, this 12” featured Everythings Gone Green, which had previously been on the reverse of the band’s second 7” single ‘Procession’ in September 1981,and ‘Cries And Whispers’ and ‘Mesh’ whose titles were flipped on the cover causing confusion amongst fans and compilers ever since. This 12” features remastered audio and is pressed on heavyweight vinyl.

          New Order

          Ceremony : Version 1 - Remastered Edition

            Recorded at Eastern Artists Recordings in East Orange, New Jersey, during the US visit the previous September, New Order’s first single might, in an alternative universe, have been Joy Division’s next. The 12” single, originally released in March 1981 (the 7” having been released in January) including the original version of ‘Ceremony’, will feature remastered audio on heavyweight vinyl.

            New Order

            Ceremony : Version 2 - Remastered Edition

              The alternative, re-recorded version of ‘Ceremony’ now also featuring Gillian Gilbert in the band was released later in 1981 and will feature the later alternative ‘cream’ sleeve rather than the original green and copper. This 12” will feature remastered audio on heavyweight vinyl.

              November 2015, saw the return of the legendary New Order to play two nights at a sold out Brixton Academy in support of the new album Music Complete.

              “(New Order) shimmer through an untouchable back catalogue of electro alchemy… just when it was needed, they have delivered us a profoundly life-affirming evening.” ✶✶✶✶✶ The Guardian

              The second of the two shows was captured by Live Here Now, and is now released as NOMC15 (New Order Music Complete 15).

              STAFF COMMENTS

              Barry says: An essential document of New Order's groudbreaking two night stint at Brixton Academy on their massive Music Complete tour. All the classics, performed without fault, from a band perpetually at the height of their career. Superb stuff.

              New Order

              Tutti Frutti - Japanese Import

                Ultra limited Japanese version of New Order’s Tutti Frutti.

                We have a handful!!

                Released in September 2015, ‘Music Complete’ is the critically acclaimed hit album by New Order. Their first full studio release since 2005’s ‘Waiting For The Siren’s Call’ and their debut for Mute.

                On release, a limited edition deluxe vinyl-only boxset was available which included the original album plus 11 extended 12” mixes of each track. ‘Complete Music’ sees the release of these tracks on CD and available to download for the first time. Both formats come packaged with the original version of the album.

                Art direction by longterm collaborator Peter Saville.

                ‘Music Complete’ charted at #2 in the UK (their highest chart position since 1993) and has seen some of the best reviews of their career.

                “‘New Order’s best album since ‘Technique’” - GQ

                “‘Music Complete includes a couple of contenders for the canon of all-time New Order greats” - Uncut

                “A runaway victory for class over hype - 8/10” - Mixmag

                ‘Singularity’ is the third single from New Order’s critically acclaimed hit album ‘Music Complete’. The track has been highlighted as one of the standout tracks from the album and is now released as on CD single and 12”  with an exclusive remix package. Remixes are provided by Erol Alkan, Mark Reeder, JS Zeiter and Liars. There is also an extended 12” mix of ‘Tutti Frutti’ by Tom Rowlands which was previously given away free to fans on New Years Eve.

                New Order

                Republic - 2015 Remastered Version

                  If you aren't familiar with this album's first single, then you must not have been listening to the radio in the summer of 1993, because "Regret" was virtually everywhere at the time, hitting #1 on Billboard's Modern Rock and Hot Dance Music / Club Play charts, #7 on the Top 40 Mainstream chart, and even provided the band with a top-30 hit on the Billboard Hot 100. Other key tracks on the album included "Ruined in a Day," "World," and "Spooky," each of which made it into the top 30 of at least one Billboard chart. Given that it was New Order's first album in four years at the time of its release, it's probably fair to call it a comeback, and a successful one at that.

                  FORMAT INFORMATION

                  LP Info: 180 gram vinyl, includes MP3 download code.

                  New Order

                  Music Complete

                  ‘Music Complete’ is New Order’s ninth LP (tenth if you count 2013’s mini album ‘Lost Sirens’) and possibly their most eclectic collection of songs yet. Whichever way you count it, it’s New Order’s return to recording after an absence of more than a decade.

                  ‘Music Complete’ finds the group revitalised, refreshed and razor sharp, looking to their past while forging forward. Where the group has previously pushed toward synthesisers or guitars, here the two are in balance.

                  Art direction by long term collaborator Peter Saville.

                  “New Order’s best album since ‘Technique’” - GQ

                  “Their best record for over 25 years” - Q (****)

                  “‘Music Complete’ includes a couple of contenders for the canon of all-time New Order greats” - Uncut

                  “... sounds more like New Order than New Order have sounded in two decades” - Classic Pop

                  “New Order is back with their best album in years… an album that is more inspired than anything we could have expected” - Under The Radar

                  “A runaway victory for class over hype” - Mixmag (8/10)

                  FORMAT INFORMATION

                  2xLP includes MP3 Download Code.

                  Joy Division / New Order

                  Total: From Joy Division To New Order

                  Despite an incredibly short recording career Joy Division remarkably have stood the test of time in terms of influential British bands. Their dark, brooding sound has inspired more artists than could be listed and their continued adoration today is testament to the forward thinking yet inward projected music and lyricism of a young band on the brink of success yet unsure of how to deal with it. With the sad passing of Ian Curtis, from the ashes rose New Order; the same core band but with a new fresh approach to their chosen career path. Loud, colourful and full of life.

                  ‘Total’ is a chronological look at the two bands most important tracks, covering Joy Division staples such as 'Love Will Tear Us Apart', and the resonating 'Atmosphere'. New Order bring to the table 'Blue Monday', 'Bizarre Love Triangle' and 'True Faith'. Also included is a brand new never released New Order track ‘Hellbent’.

                  FORMAT INFORMATION

                  2xLtd LP Info: Originally released in June 2011 on CD, available on vinyl for the very first time.
                  Mastered for vinyl by Frank Arkwright from his 2011 remasters.

                  New Order

                  Movement

                    This, their debut, inevitably finds the band heavily in the shadow of Joy Division, with moody, broody pieces bigger on vibe than actual songcraft. One exception is awesome opener "Dreams Never End". I'm being entirely serious when I say that "Ceremony", "Temptation" and "Everything's Gone Green" are three of the best songs ever witten and they shone a light in the darkness of those early New Order years.

                    FORMAT INFORMATION

                    Ltd LP Info: This ‘Vinyl Plus+’ reissue features newly re-mastered audio by Frank Arkwright and the original sleeves, labels and original inner bags, pressed on high-quality 180 gram vinyl. Also comes with a unique redemption code enabling customers to download the complete album as MP3 files from www.vinyl-plus.com.

                    With this record, New Order properly arrived as a band that could make a consistent, coherent album. Great, tuneful songs (three of which are deliciously poppy) no filler, and a big, full sound that perfectly blended the electronic with the organic, made this their best album so far. There was only one non-album single this time, (the rather weak "Shellshock") and in-fact two songs were actually (the shock! the horror! Sell out! Sell out!) lifted from the album as singles. But fear not, the remixed, extended versions of "The Perfect Kiss" and "Subculture" are so unbelievably good that I think New Order were forgiven!

                    FORMAT INFORMATION

                    Ltd LP Info: This ‘Vinyl Plus+’ reissue features newly re-mastered audio by Frank Arkwright and the original sleeves, labels and original inner bags, pressed on high-quality 180 gram vinyl. Also comes with a unique redemption code enabling customers to download the complete album as MP3 files from www.vinyl-plus.com.

                    The year was 1989 and whilst Acid House exploded around them, New Order went international with their poppiest, most expertly blended album yet. Apart from the bizarre but exciting opener, this was a seamless sequence of stunning songs which made their dark, dislocated early years but a distant memory. Something was lost in that journey though, and it was no surprise that this was New Order's last record for Factory Records.

                    FORMAT INFORMATION

                    Ltd LP Info: This ‘Vinyl Plus+’ reissue features newly re-mastered audio by Frank Arkwright and the original sleeves, labels and original inner bags, pressed on high-quality 180 gram vinyl. Also comes with a unique redemption code enabling customers to download the complete album as MP3 files from www.vinyl-plus.com.

                    New Order

                    Brotherhood

                    On this record New Order took the solid songwriting of "Lowlife" and made a sort of sister album. The rocking songs were heavier and the electronic ones even more beautiful. They were mostly split into what used to be the old Side 1 and Side 2, with the career highlight "Bizarre Love Triangle" opening the latter. This, "All Day Long" and "Angel Dust" make a gorgeous run of sweeping electronic pop songs that pointed the way to the slick majesty of "Technique" which was to follow.

                    STAFF COMMENTS

                    David says: ‘Bizarre Love Triangle’, may be my favourite New Order song (but don’t make me choose, we’ll be here all day) it will always remind me of The Temperance Club, Dave Haslam’s weekly Thursday night at The Hacienda.

                    FORMAT INFORMATION

                    Ltd LP Info: This ‘Vinyl Plus+’ reissue features newly re-mastered audio by Frank Arkwright and the original sleeves, labels and original inner bags, pressed on high-quality 180 gram vinyl. Also comes with a unique redemption code enabling customers to download the complete album as MP3 files from www.vinyl-plus.com.

                    This is the album which spawned "Blue Monday"(needless to say these arty buggers didn't include it on the record) and features spacious, electronic pieces amidst two stone classics. "Age Of Consent" with its propulsive Hook bassline and V.U. slashing Bernard outro (which would become a trademark) and the beautiful "Your Silent Face" were still included on the band's final tour. 

                    FORMAT INFORMATION

                    Ltd LP Info: This ‘Vinyl Plus+’ reissue features newly re-mastered audio by Frank Arkwright and the original sleeves, labels and original inner bags, pressed on high-quality 180 gram vinyl. Also comes with a unique redemption code enabling customers to download the complete album as MP3 files from www.vinyl-plus.com.

                    Rising from the ashes of legendary British post-punks Joy Division, New Order triumphed over tragedy to emerge as one of the most acclaimed bands of the 1980's. Embracing the electronic textures and disco rhythms of the underground club culture years in advance of their contemporaries, the group's pioneering fusion of new wave aesthetics and dance music successfully bridged the gap between the two worlds, creating a distinctively thoughtful brand of synth pop. This is one of 5 'Collectors Editions' with each double disc package featuring both the album remastered from the original master tapes, and a bonus disc containing non album singles, B-sides and remixes. The design of the packaging and booklets has been overseen by Peter Saville with the intention of providing a presentation true to his original Factory Records aesthetic. This is the album which spawned "Blue Monday"(needless to say these arty buggers didn't include it on the record, it was a one off single and it's here on disc 2) and features spacious, electronic pieces amidst two stone classics. "Age Of Consent" with its propulsive Hook bassline and V.U. slashing Bernard outro (which would become a trademark) and the beautiful "Your Silent Face" were still included on the band's final tour. Once again, though, it's the non-album singles which continued to make this band truly special. "Blue Monday" you know, but its follow-up of sorts, the Arthur Baker co-write "Confusion" is a deadcool slice of electro-pop, whilst the slow, chunky, warm and melodic "Thieves Like Us" is considered by some to be one of their greatest ever moments. Bonus material on disc 2: 1 Blue Monday 2 The Beach 3 Confusion 4 Thieves Like Us 5 Lonesome Tonight 6 Murder 7 Thieves Like Us (Instrumental) 8 Confusion (Alt Version)

                    Rising from the ashes of legendary British post-punks Joy Division, New Order triumphed over tragedy to emerge as one of the most acclaimed bands of the 1980's. Embracing the electronic textures and disco rhythms of the underground club culture years in advance of their contemporaries, the group's pioneering fusion of new wave aesthetics and dance music successfully bridged the gap between the two worlds, creating a distinctively thoughtful brand of synth pop. This is one of 5 'Collectors Editions" with each double disc package featuring both the album remastered from the original master tapes, and a bonus disc containing non album singles, B-sides and remixes. The design of the packaging and booklets has been overseen by Peter Saville with the intention of providing a presentation true to his original Factory Records aesthetic. With this record, New Order properly arrived as a band that could make a consistent, coherent album. Great, tuneful songs (three of which are deliciously poppy) no filler, and a big, full sound that perfectly blended the electronic with the organic, made this their best album so far. There was only one non-album single this time, (the rather weak "Shellshock") and in-fact two songs were actually (the shock! the horror! Sell out! Sell out!) lifted from the album as singles. But fear not, the remixed, extended versions of "The Perfect Kiss" and "Subculture" are so unbelievably good that I think New Order were forgiven! Disc 2 also includes the full seventeen minute version of the gorgeous "Eligia". You can decide if it's necessary, but I know that it's needed! Bands like this are so rare these days, we grab what we can from the truly greats! Bonus material on disc 2: 1 The Perfect Kiss 2 Subculture 3 Shellshock (John Robie Remix) 4 Shame Of The Nation 5 Elegia (Full 17min version!)
                    6 Let's Go 7 Salvation Theme
                    8 Dub Vulture

                    Rising from the ashes of legendary British post-punks Joy Division, New Order triumphed over tragedy to emerge as one of the most acclaimed bands of the 1980's. Embracing the electronic textures and disco rhythms of the underground club culture years in advance of their contemporaries, the group's pioneering fusion of new wave aesthetics and dance music successfully bridged the gap between the two worlds, creating a distinctively thoughtful brand of synth pop. This is one of 5 'Collectors Editions" with each double disc package featuring both the album remastered from the original master tapes, and a bonus disc containing non album singles, B-sides and remixes. The design of the packaging and booklets has been overseen by Peter Saville with the intention of providing a presentation true to his original Factory Records aesthetic. On this record New Order took the solid songwriting of "Lowlife" and made a sort of sister album. The rocking songs were heavier and the electronic ones even more beautiful. They were mostly split into what used to be the old Side 1 and Side 2, with the career highlight "Bizarre Love Triangle" opening the latter. This, "All Day Long" and "Angel Dust" make a gorgeous run of sweeping electronic pop songs that pointed the way to the slick majesty of "Technique" which was to follow. Bonus material on disc 2: 1 Bizarre Love Triangle 2 1963 3 True Faith (Shep Pettibone Remix) 4 Touched By The Hand Of God 5 Blue Monday '88 6 Evil Dust 7 True Faith - True Dub 8 Beach Buggy

                    It's been four years since their last effort, "Get Ready", and "Waiting For The Sirens Call", finds New Order in familiar territory. Hookey's comforting high end bass still brings a smile to all thirty-somethings faces, Stephen Morris' drums still clatter along with steely drum machine efficency and Barneys' lyrics are still reassuringly crap (but would you want it any other way!!). Now featuring the full-time talents of guitarist Phil Cunningham, the 'living legends' are still here with enough pop nuggets to keep fans old and new happy.


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