New Order

New Order



New Order may refer to:



Blue Monday
"Blue Monday" is a single released in 1983 by British rock band New Order, later remixed in 1988 and 1995.
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The Beach
The Beach is a 2000 adventure drama film directed by Danny Boyle and based on the 1996 novel of the same name by Alex Garland, which was adapted for the film by John Hodge.

Photos - New Order25

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Popular Albums20

Album Appearances & References11

Popular Live Albums4

Popular Songs34

Song Appearances & References2


Minor Film Appearances & References1

Collaborators & Influencers47

Awards & Nominations3


Popular Band Members6

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Spotify - Albums & Singles125


Spotify - Appears On9


Spotify - Top Tracks10


News Articles6

New Order in five songs
ABC Online  –  June 2, 2016
When we started New Order, they were the crossover tracks and instead of ... There was stuff going on: mixing up disco with new wave music with punk music with what was very early hip hop, and it made a big impression on us. Using drum machines was coming ...
Adele, New Order, Chvrches, Wolf Alice, The 1975 stun Glastonbury day two
Gigwise  –  June 26, 2016
Warming up for New Order on The Other Stage was an absolutely immaculate set ... melodrama of 'Rolling Stone', the gut-wrenching balladry of 'Stay', the shameless disco euphoria of 'Lights' and the ultimate high of 'Better Than Love', Hurts dazzle and ...
Vivid Live review: New Order bring sunshine melancholy and the dance
The Canberra Times  –  June 2, 2016
Looks can be deceiving and facts can lie. Blue (Monday) light disco - New Order at Sydney Opera House for Vivid Live Photo: Prudence Upton This show began with Bernard Sumner telling us that "we're players on a stage, with roles already scripted", for a ...
Vivid Live Sydney: New Order rock the crowd on opening night  –  June 1, 2016
When they launched into Bizarre Love Triangle two songs later, the entire sold-out crowd were shiny, happy dancing people, singing loudly because, like all of New Order songs, it is in the key of Everyman. Sumner’s voice and that goth disco shuffle that ...
It's A Tough Gig Going Up Against Adele At Glastonbury, But New Order Don't Seem To Notice
NME  –  June 26, 2016
Barney plucks out a stratospheric guitar riff during ‘Waiting For The Siren’s Call’ – a techno travelling song 10 years old but somehow in step with contemporary EDM – and their atmospheric magic kicks in. New Order have always trodden the thin ...
New Order & Philip Glass's Heroes Symphony
BBC  –  June 24, 2016
New Order are often hailed as one of the most critically acclaimed and influential bands from the 1980s, and the Manchester legends' illustrious back catalogue of hits will no doubt provide the basis of a staggering set that will include music from their ...


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