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New Order Lyrics

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New Order Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Blue Monday (Hardfloor Mix)
2 Truth
3 Lonesome Tonight
4 Love Vigilantes
5 Age of Consent
6 Blue Monday
7 1963
8 True Faith
9 Confusion
10 Dream Attack
11 Crystal
12 World In Motion
13 Dreams Never End
14 Everytime I See You Falling...
15 Bizarre Love Triangle
16 5-8-6
17 Weirdo
18 Mesh
19 Sooner Than You Think
20 Sunrise
21 True Faith (Shep Pettibone Remix)
22 All The Way
23 Primitive Notion
24 All Day Long
25 Doubts Even Here
26 Perfect Kiss
27 Vanishing Point
28 Angel Dust
29 Someone Like You
30 Ruined in a Day
31 Procession
32 Turn My Way
33 ICB
34 Special
35 Senses
36 Krafty
37 Waiting for the Sirens' Call
38 Subculture
39 Broken Promise
40 World
41 Paradise
42 Bizarre Love Triangle (Single Remix 7-inch Version)
43 Young Offender
44 Thieves Like Us
45 Sub-Culture
46 Crystal (Radio Edit)
47 Leave Me Alone
48 Ceremony
49 60 Miles An Hour
50 Behind Closed Doors
51 Bizarre Love Triangle (Live @ Glastonbury June 19,1987)
52 We All Stand
53 Krafty (Re-Edit)
54 Your Silent Face
55 In A Lonely Place
56 Love Less
57 Krafty (The Glimmers Twelve Inch Extended Version)
58 Chemical
59 Mr. Disco
60 Round & Round
61 Denial
62 Dracula's Castle
63 Shake it Up
64 Let's Go (Nothing for Me)
65 As It Is When It Was
66 True Faith - ('94)
67 Transmission
68 I've Got a Feeling
69 Shellshock
70 Brutal
71 Temptation (Live @ Glastonbury June 19,1987)
72 Vicious Streak
73 Shell Shock
74 Touched By The Hand Of God (Original 12")
75 Spooky
76 State of the Nation
77 Broken Promises
78 Blue Monday '88
79 Face Up
80 The Him
81 Sabotage
82 Times Change
83 Every Little Counts
84 Krafty (Phones Reality Remix)
85 Krafty (The Glimmers Dub Version)
86 Your Silent Face (Live @ Glastonbury June 19,1987)
87 Temptation
88 Ecstasy
89 Waiting For The Sirens
90 Confusion [Pump Panel Reconstrucion Mix] - New Order
91 Turn
92 Way of Life
93 World (Price Of Love)
94 Krafty (The Glimmers 12" Extended)
95 Shame Of The Nation
96 Everyone Everywhere
97 Isolation
98 Cries And Whispers (Mesh)
99 Who's Joe?
100 Regret (Fire Island Mix)
101 The Perfect Kiss
102 Age Of Consent (Live @ Glastonbury June 19,1987)
103 The Village
104 Elegia
105 Hey Now What You Doing
106 Krafty (The Glimmers 12" Extended Mix)
107 This Time of Night
108 Ultraviolence
109 Kiss Of Death
110 Everything's Gone Green
111 Fine Time
112 Jetstream
113 Close Range
114 Krafty (Single Edit)
115 Let's Go
116 World In Motion (Carabinieri Mix)
117 The Preacher
118 Hurt
119 Guilty Partner
120 Here to Stay
121 Touched by the Hand of God
122 World In Motion (No Alla Violenza Mix)
123 I'll Stay With You
124 Avalanche
125 Krafty (Morel's Pink Noise Vocal Mix)
126 Sugarcane
127 Morning Night and Day
128 Rock the Shack
129 Krafty (The Passengerz Remix)
130 Chosen Time
131 Atmosphere
132 Everybody Everywhere
133 Recoil
134 Run Wild
135 Round and Round
136 I Told You So
137 Liar
138 Californian Grass
139 Murder
140 Run
141 True Faith (Live @ Glastonbury June 19,1987)
142 Slow Jam
143 Every Time I See You Falling
144 Working Overtime
145 Regret
146 Hellbent
147 Guilt Is a Useless Emotion
148 1963 - ('95)

New Order Bio

New Order are an English rock group formed in 1980 by Bernard Sumner (vocals, guitars, synthesizers), Peter Hook (bass, backing vocals, electronic drums) and Stephen Morris (drums, synthesizers). The band was formed in the wake of the demise of their previous band, Joy Division, following the suicide of singer Ian Curtis. They were soon joined by keyboardist/guitarist Gillian Gilbert.

New Order melded post-punk and electronic dance, and became one of the most critically acclaimed bands of the 1980s. Though the band were shadowed by the legacy of Joy Division in their first years, their immersion in the New York City club scene of the early 1980s introduced them to dance music. The band's 1983 hit "Blue Monday" saw them fully embrace dance music and synthesized instruments, and is the best-selling 12-inch single of all time. New Order was the flagship band for Factory Records, and their minimalist album sleeves and non-image reflected the label's aesthetic of doing whatever the relevant parties wanted to do, including New Order not wanting to put singles onto the albums. The band has often been acclaimed by fans, critics and other musicians as a highly influential force in the alternative rock and dance music scenes over the past 25 years.

New Order was in hiatus between 1993 and 1998, during which time the members participated in various side-projects. The band reconvened in 1998, and in 2001 released Get Ready, their first album in eight years. In 2005, Phil Cunningham (guitars, synthesizers) replaced Gilbert, who had left the group due to family commitments. In July 2007, Peter Hook claimed that he and Sumner had no further plans to work together.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_order