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Release Date
  09/12/2002 12:00:00 AM
Record Label
  London Records
Catalog Number
  8-09274-9499-2-9
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CDau2002WEA/London Records097 49499 2 
CDca2003London Records0927 49499 2Box made in the EU
CDde2002WEA/London Records0927 49499 2 
CDjp2003WEA/London RecordsWPCR-11421-4Box made in the EU
CDuk2002London Records8-09274-9499-2-9 
CDRde2002London Records  
CDRuk2002London Records  
CDRus2002Warner  
1-01 New OrderFine TimeAlbum Version4:42  Windows Media
1-02 New OrderTemptation12" Version8:47Steve : We normally put Temptation towards the end, so that the fans know that we're going off in a bit. It can get a bit confusing because you get a bunch of songs that started with T: Temptation, True Faith, um, I can't remember any more. Windows Media
1-03 New OrderTrue FaithAlbum Version5:53  Windows Media
1-04 New OrderThe Perfect KissAlbum Version4:49  Windows Media
1-05 New OrderCeremony12" Version with Gillian Gilbert4:23  Windows Media
1-06 New OrderRegretAlbum version4:08  Windows Media
1-07 New OrderCrystalAlbum Version6:51  Windows Media
1-08 New OrderBizarre Love TriangleAlbum Version4:20  Windows Media
1-09 New OrderConfusion12" Version8:12  Windows Media
1-10 New OrderRound & RoundAlbum Version4:29  Windows Media
1-11 New OrderBlue Monday12" Version7:29  Windows Media
1-12 New OrderBrutalAlbum Version4:49  Windows Media
1-13 New OrderSlow JamAlbum Version4:53  Windows Media
1-14 New OrderEveryone EverywhereAlbum version4:24Bernard : It's my favourite after Regret on Republic. We used to play it, but we stopped after we got back together again because it because it hurt my hand. The chord shapes were quite awkward. Windows Media
2-01 New OrderElegiaAlbum Version4:53Bernard : We did our UK tour and the last night we did at Heaven in Charing Cross and we had an after-show party which went on till 4am. And straight after that we went to the studio and worked 24 hours without any sleep and recorded Elegia. Windows Media
2-02 New OrderIn A Lonely Place12" Version6:16  Windows Media
2-03 New OrderProcession7" Version4:27  Windows Media
2-04 New OrderYour Silent FaceAlbum Version5:58Hooky : I remember we got the vocal line off a fucked-up riff that I played at a gig. And Bernard heard it and said, that riff's really good, you played it wrong but it sounds great. We'll use it as the vocal line for Your Silent Face. Windows Media
2-05 New OrderSunriseAlbum Version5:58  Windows Media
2-06 New OrderLet's Go1994 Version3:54  Windows Media
2-07 New OrderBroken PromiseAlbum Version3:44  Windows Media
2-08 New OrderDreams Never EndAlbum Version3:13Bernard : Hooky sings on it, and it was one of the better songs when we were struggling to start writing again after Ian died. Everyone had a go at singing. To be honest, I think Steve had the best voice. mp3
2-09 New OrderCries & WhispersOriginal Version3:25Steve : Cries and Whispers is a great revelation because everyone thinks it's called Mesh. But it isn't. It was mislabelled in 1987 and nobody ever noticed. Windows Media
2-10 New OrderAll Day LongAlbum Version5:09  Windows Media
2-11 New OrderSooner Than You ThinkAlbum Version5:11  Windows Media
2-12 New OrderLeave Me AloneAlbum Version4:38  Windows Media
2-13 New OrderLonesome TonightOriginal Version5:11  Windows Media
2-14 New OrderEvery Little CountsAlbum Version4:25  Windows Media
2-15 New OrderRun WildAlbum Version3:57  Windows Media
3-01 New OrderConfusionKoma & Bones Mix6:31  Windows Media
3-02 New OrderParadiseRobert Racic Mix6:41  Windows Media
3-03 New OrderRegretSabres Slow 'n' Low Edit6:41  Windows Media
3-04 New OrderBizarre Love TriangleShep Pettibone Remix6:44  Windows Media
3-05 New OrderShellshockJohn Robbie Remix Edit6:28  Windows Media
3-06 New OrderFine TimeSilk Mix6:19  Windows Media
3-07 New Order19631995 Arthur Baker Remix5:05Bernard: What was the name of the song on the other side of 1963? Hooky, Steve (together): True Faith. Windows Media
3-08 New OrderTouched by the Hand of GodSingle Version3:42Bernard: The courier was coming for the tape at 7 am and it was 12 am and we had nothing. Windows Media
3-09 New OrderEverything's Gone Green12" Version5:30  Windows Media
3-10 New OrderBlue MondayJam & Spoon Manuela Mix7:29  Windows Media
3-11 New OrderWorld In MotionSubbuteo Mix5:08  Windows Media
3-12 New OrderHere To StayExtended Instrumental5:57  Windows Media
3-13 New OrderCrystalLee Coombs Remix8:44  Windows Media
4-01 New OrderCeremonyStudio 54, Barcelona on 7 July 19844:51Hooky: Playing live, you go through phases where you're fed up with all of them. I'm really fed up with Ceremony. Windows Media
4-02 New OrderProcessionPolytechnic Central of London 6/12/853:37Steve: Procession, that era, you had to play it fast. I don't know why. It was like a competition with myself. Windows Media
4-03 New OrderEverything's Gone GreenTolworth Rec. Centre, Kingston, London 6 Dec 19855:06Hooky: The bloke who put us on, he and his partner were like the forerunners of all the raves, putting gigs on in weird places. They did these mystery tours, where you paid the money and then got on a coach and it took you to the gig. One was a castle in Southern England, but it pissed down so we couldn't play cos it was open air and they had to send everyone back. Windows Media
4-04 New OrderIn A Lonely PlaceGlastonbury Festival 20/06/815:15Hooky: It was absolutely freezing and it was the first time we used the laser. I think you can actually hear when the laser comes on because we stop playing and go, 'Whoa'. Windows Media
4-05 New OrderAge of ConsentSpectrum Arena, Warrington 1 March 19865:01  Windows Media
4-06 New OrderElegiaGlastonbury Festival 19th June 19874:46  Windows Media
4-07 New OrderThe Perfect KissLive 1987-06-1910:06Edited 9:43 Windows Media
4-08 New OrderFine TimeHoffman Estates, Chicago 30 June 19895:02  Windows Media
4-09 New OrderWorldStarplex Amphitheatre, Dallas 21 July 19934:44  Windows Media
4-10 New OrderRegretReading Festival 31 August 19934:05Bernard: Being on tour with New Order is like being hit with a stick. I had really bad insomnia. I'd go back to my room and lay in the dark for ten hours. I wanted to be at home. I felt a strong aversion to playing live. Windows Media
4-11 New OrderAs It Is When It WasReading Festival 31 August 19933:52  Windows Media
4-12 New OrderAlan Wise IntroductionOlympia, Paris 12 November 20011:32  Windows Media
4-13 New OrderCrystalBig Day Out, Gold Coast 20 January 20026:54  Windows Media
4-14 New OrderTurn My WayOlympia, Liverpool 18 July 20014:54Steve: We moved the gig to Liverpool to try and reduce the number of people on the guest list. It didn't work terribly well. When we played the Apollo just before, I don't think anyone paid to get in. Windows Media
4-15 New OrderTemptationAcademy, Brixton 10 October 20017:58  Windows Media
CDus2002RhinoR2 73834 
CDRuk2002London Records  
1-01 New OrderFine TimeAlbum Version4:42  Windows Media
1-02 New OrderTemptation12" Version8:47  Windows Media
1-03 New OrderTrue FaithAlbum Version5:53  Windows Media
1-04 New OrderThe Perfect KissAlbum Version4:49  Windows Media
1-05 New OrderCeremony12" Version with Gillian Gilbert4:23  Windows Media
1-06 New OrderRegretAlbum version4:08  Windows Media
1-07 New OrderCrystalAlbum Version6:51  Windows Media
1-08 New OrderBizarre Love TriangleAlbum Version4:20  Windows Media
1-09 New OrderConfusion12" Version8:12  Windows Media
1-10 New OrderRound & RoundAlbum Version4:29  Windows Media
1-11 New OrderBlue Monday12" Version7:29  Windows Media
1-12 New OrderBrutalAlbum Version4:49  Windows Media
1-13 New OrderSlow JamAlbum Version4:53  Windows Media
1-14 New OrderEveryone EverywhereAlbum version4:24  Windows Media
2-01 New OrderElegiaAlbum Version4:53  Windows Media
2-02 New OrderIn A Lonely Place12" Version6:16  Windows Media
2-03 New OrderProcession7" Version4:27  Windows Media
2-04 New OrderYour Silent FaceAlbum Version5:58  Windows Media
2-05 New OrderSunriseAlbum Version5:58  Windows Media
2-06 New OrderLet's Go1994 Version3:54  Windows Media
2-07 New OrderBroken PromiseAlbum Version3:44  Windows Media
2-08 New OrderDreams Never EndAlbum Version3:13  mp3
2-09 New OrderCries & WhispersOriginal Version3:25  Windows Media
2-10 New OrderAll Day LongAlbum Version5:09  Windows Media
2-11 New OrderSooner Than You ThinkAlbum Version5:11  Windows Media
2-12 New OrderLeave Me AloneAlbum Version4:38  Windows Media
2-13 New OrderLonesome TonightOriginal Version5:11  Windows Media
2-14 New OrderEvery Little CountsAlbum Version4:25  Windows Media
2-15 New OrderRun WildAlbum Version3:57  Windows Media
3-01 New OrderConfusionKoma & Bones Mix6:31  Windows Media
3-02 New OrderParadiseRobert Racic Mix6:41  Windows Media
3-03 New OrderRegretSabres Slow 'n' Low Edit6:41  Windows Media
3-04 New OrderBizarre Love TriangleShep Pettibone Remix6:44  Windows Media
3-05 New OrderShellshockJohn Robbie Remix Edit6:28  Windows Media
3-06 New OrderFine TimeSilk Mix6:19  Windows Media
3-07 New Order19631995 Arthur Baker Remix5:05  Windows Media
3-08 New OrderTouched by the Hand of GodSingle Version3:42  Windows Media
3-09 New OrderEverything's Gone Green12" Version5:30  Windows Media
3-10 New OrderBlue MondayJam & Spoon Manuela Mix7:29  Windows Media
3-11 New OrderHere To StayExtended Instrumental5:57  Windows Media
3-12 New OrderCrystalLee Coombs Remix8:44  Windows Media
4-01 New OrderCeremonyStudio 54, Barcelona on 7 July 19844:51  Windows Media
4-02 New OrderProcessionPolytechnic Central of London 6/12/853:37  Windows Media
4-03 New OrderEverything's Gone GreenTolworth Rec. Centre, Kingston, London 6 Dec 19855:06  Windows Media
4-05 New OrderAge of ConsentSpectrum Arena, Warrington 1 March 19865:01  Windows Media
4-06 New OrderElegiaGlastonbury Festival 19th June 19874:46  Windows Media
4-07 New OrderThe Perfect KissLive 1987-06-1910:06  Windows Media
4-08 New OrderFine TimeHoffman Estates, Chicago 30 June 19895:02  Windows Media
4-09 New OrderWorldStarplex Amphitheatre, Dallas 21 July 19934:44  Windows Media
5-01 New OrderTemptation1998 Version4:09  Windows Media
5-02 New OrderTransmissionLive 2002.01.20 Gold Coast, AU4:01 
5-03 New OrderSuch A Good ThingOriginal Version4:07  Windows Media
5-04 New OrderBest & Marsh12" Version4:31 
5-05 New OrderLet's GoExtract from Original Version2:01 
5-06 New OrderTrue FaithPink Noise Morel Edit4:29 
5-07 New OrderRun WildSteve Osborne Original Mix4:11 
5-08 New OrderThe Perfect KissLive Video Version5:13 
5-09 New OrderElegiaFull Version17:31 
Release Notes
Titled "Recycle" and "IV" in the working process.

Limited edition of 12000 copies in the UK, 3000 copies in the US. This limited edition was done because of the fans' reaction at NewOrderOnline.com to the original 4 discs.

Disc 1: Pop by Miranda Sawyer

MIRANDA SAWYER

A journalist who took advantage of New Order's generosity as a teenager. Became a friend of the band in the 90s.

I had an out-of-body, lose-your-mind experience whilst dancing to New Order's Temptation. It was around 1984, at The Ritz, on Whitworth Street - halfway between Rotters and The Hacienda, in several senses. Anyway, I remember I danced for the entire seven minutes of the track - hurling myself around the highly sprung dance floor, looking like a maniac, but feeling like a shooting star. Which is the point of dancing. You know, I feel so extraordinary. . .

Disc 2: Fan by John McCready

JOHN McCREADY

Journalist and one time DJ. He met the band through the Hacienda and Rob Gretton. A friend since the late 80's.

At the time I was House Crusader Number One, drunk on the legacy of this music and its deep roots in disco. A zealot, I was troubled by New Order's thinly-veiled perversion of disco's dark electronic tributary and how they had taken our secret knowledge and twisted it backwards, combing it with a unique pop sensibility…

Disc 3: Club by Mike Pickering

MIKE PICKERING

The eponymous M of M People, A&R at Factory, DJ at the Hacienda for many years and long-time friend of the band.

Manchester and the UK music scene should be forever indebted to New Order. They were the pioneers of the fusion of rock and electronic music at a time it was considered unfashionable.

Disc 4: Live by Bobbie Gilespie

BOBBY GILLESPIE

Lead singer with Primal Scream. Friend of the band since the early 80's. Recently appeared on Rock the Shack featured on the album Get Ready.

The first time I saw New Order play was early 1981, in the Plaza Ballroom in Glasgow. It was a weird gig, because there was a huge expectancy about it. I'd seen Joy Division supporting The Buzzcocks in '79, and that was fucking good.
But then you had the whole drama of Ian Curtis killing himself, and then the Closer album and Love Will Tear Us Apart, and you thought, 'how the fuck do these guys follow this up?' So there was this whole mystery surrounding the gig - and the equipment kept breaking down, which was quite frustrating for Bernard.
The stage was surrounded by people: you could go behind the stage because there was a glass wall and there were loads of people there, and then everyone in front of them too. I remember Bernard came on with this Hitler youth haircut, white shirt with sleeves rolled up, and a black semi-acoustic guitar, brogues and grey trousers. He looked like Oscar in The Tin Drum. A crazy gig, really unusual, really weird, spooky. Dramatic.
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