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8 thoughts on “ The Beach - New Order - Substance (CD)

  1. Feb 12,  · This is a timeless release. Substance captures the 12" mixes of the classic New Order singles (mostly off-album), scattered around the band's discog like bolts from above. Great moments - fast synth line on "Everything ", beats and bass on "Blue Monday", refrain on re-recorded "Temptation", and the smashing peak of "The Perfect Kiss"/5().
  2. This double CD is one that, in my opinion, needs to be in every music lover's collection. New Order were definitely pioneers when it came to techno, new wave, and dance music. Although not their greatest hits, this CD actually blows their Greatest Hits Cd away. The first CD is actually their first 12 singles released in succession/5().
  3. Sep 06,  · Artist: New Order. Album: Substance. Released: Style: New Wave. Format: MP3 Kbps. Size: Mb. Tracklist: 01 – Ceremony 02 – Everything’s Gone Green 03 – Temptation 04 – Blue Monday 05 – Confusion 06 – Thieves like Us (12 Extended) 07 – The Perfect Kiss (Substance Edit) 08 – Sub-culture (Substance Edit).
  4. Substance is a double-disc set collecting New Order's singles, including several songs that were never available on the group's albums, at least in these versions. While there are a couple of re-recordings of earlier singles, most of Substance consists of 12" single mixes designed for danceclub play/
  5. Jan 25,  · This was the first New Order retrospective (a 'Best Of' saw the light in the '90s) and was released in conjunction with a Joy Division 'Substance' retrospective. Disc One contains the singles, including the first release 'Ceremony' (one of the last singles they recorded as Joy Division, written by the late Ian Curtis, and a John Peel favourite) and 'Blue Monday' - arguably the greatest dance track /5().
  6. Substance CD Album. Disc 1. 1. Ceremony. 2. Everything's Gone Green. 3. Temptation. 4. Blue Monday. 5.
  7. - written by JOY DIVISION // originally released as New Order's debut single March - SUBSTANCE: "Ceremony" is the version recorded after Gillian Gilbert joined the band. The original trio version — the first New Order recording following the dissolution of Joy Division — would not be re-released until the Singles collection in

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