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8 thoughts on “ Temptation - New Order - 1981-1982 (Vinyl)

  1. New Order – Temptation. 51 Comments; 0 Tags Ceremony is by far my favorite New Order song, but this is certainly a close second. When I was growing up in the 80s, these songs made the stuff played on radio seem amateur by comparison. And it was. jagattyon July 27, Link. 1.
  2. Vinyl/LP album: '' af New Order (), kan købes online i netbutikken. Vi forhandler '' iblandt vores + vinyler / LP plader. Hurtig levering og god service.
  3. New Order 12 Inch. FACTUS 8A RESee Pics. Temptation Hurt Joy Division. £ 0 bids + £ P&P. NEW ORDER EVERYTHING'S GONE GREEN TWELVE INCH VINYL SINGLE. £ + £ P&P. Sigrid - Sucker Punch - New Vinyl LP - Pre Order 8th March. £ + £ P&P. IDz - New Order - - FACTUS 8R - vinyl £
  4. New Order’s second full-length achieves a fine balance between electronic and guitar-based music. While the preceding Movement LP was the work of a band who couldn’t quite shake off the weight of their past as Joy Division, Power, Corruption and Lies and the contemporary Blue Monday 12” saw them define a singular identity.
  5. The 12" versions of both "Temptation" and its B-side, "Hurt", appear on New Order's mopping-up EP –, released a few months after the single itself. Neither version mentioned the band's name on the sleeve; instead the song title and catalogue number FAC 63 were embossed into the birdpburulapincrabernibitabasci.xyzinfo: Post-punk, alternative dance.
  6. Apr 24,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of on Discogs. Label: Factory (US) - FACTUS 8 • Format: Vinyl 12 New Order - (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5().
  7. Jun 06,  · More than one compilation was subsequently released proclaiming "No New Order" and "Does Not Contain New Order." The best sound (true "least-bad") you'll get from a cd for a New Order compilation is "" - (originally released in the USA on Factus vinyl with the typical Factus less-clear sound.) The cd reissue is wonderful.
  8. "Temptation" is a stand-alone single released by British band New Order on Factory Records. The single reached#29 on the UK Singles Chart on its release in The two tracks were recorded as 12" long versions and later edited to 7" by engineer Peter Woolliscroft using one of the first Sony PCM Digital editing systems available in UK.

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