New Order - Singles download album
It was released on 3 October 2005 by London Records. The two-disc compilation includes the band's singles released between 1981 and 2005. Unlike the CD version of earlier singles compilation Substance 1987, the B-sides are not included.
This has a different tracklisting to the 2016 rerelease: - "Run 2" is the album version mislabelled (it's actually Run 2 on the 2016 version). 1963 is a "unique version", not the Arthur Baker mix. - Bizarre Love Triangle is the album version, not the 7" version. True Faith is the 12" and not the 7". - Confusion is a shortened "Rough Mix" and not the 7" promo version. The Perfect Kiss is the album version, not the single version. Reply Notify me Helpful.
"Run 2" is the album version mislabelled (it's actually Run 2 on the 2016 version).
Rhino calls Singles the group's "first ever career-spanning two-disc retrospective," but it's more like the group's first compilation to contain tracks from Sirens' Call
The album-oriented Rock Way is suspicious of singles: It's cool if a band writes something easy-to-like by accident, but to sit down and do it intentionally would be, like, crass and commercial.
Album: Singles (2016 Remastered). Quality: 320Kbps, Lossless.
London) UK release date: 3 October 2005. All thirty singles, from the brittle sackcloth of Ceremony to the sleek surging Waiting For The Sirens’ Call. See, they hail from a time when bands didn’t release singles from LPs. Bursting with so many thrills and pills that they dropped faultlessly formed blasts of music on matt black 12″ singles. Songs full of languid grace and thumping beats. Effortlessly cool and arty. The shadow cast by Ian Curtis’ death, the weight of the myth of Joy Division would have been enough to bury most bands
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). The good thing is all the singles they have put out from the beginning until today are documented on this collection. You'll get 80's new wave dance/rock anthems like the unforgettable Bizarre Love Triangle, True Faith, Blue Monday, Temptation and Regret to their recent comeback glory Crystal and the effervescent Krafty.