Education, Entertainment, Recreation (Live) New Order

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Album-Release:
2021

HRA-Release:
07.05.2021

Label: Rhino

Genre: Pop

Subgenre: Pop Rock

Artist: New Order

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  • 1Das Rheingold: Vorspiel (Live at Alexandra Palace)03:13
  • 2Singularity (Live at Alexandra Palace)06:03
  • 3Regret (Live at Alexandra Palace)03:56
  • 4Love Vigilantes (Live at Alexandra Palace)04:09
  • 5Ultraviolence (Live at Alexandra Palace)04:11
  • 6Disorder (Live at Alexandra Palace)03:29
  • 7Crystal (Live at Alexandra Palace)06:46
  • 8Academic (Live at Alexandra Palace)05:28
  • 9Your Silent Face (Live at Alexandra Palace)06:00
  • 10Sub-culture (Live at Alexandra Palace)06:47
  • 11Bizarre Love Triangle (Live at Alexandra Palace)05:43
  • 12Vanishing Point (Live at Alexandra Palace)05:36
  • 13Waiting for the Sirens’ Call (Live at Alexandra Palace)07:01
  • 14Plastic (Live at Alexandra Palace)07:43
  • 15The Perfect Kiss (Live at Alexandra Palace)06:34
  • 16True Faith (Live at Alexandra Palace)06:37
  • 17Blue Monday (Live at Alexandra Palace)07:15
  • 18Temptation (Live at Alexandra Palace)10:07
  • 19Atmosphere (Live at Alexandra Palace)04:32
  • 20Decades (Live at Alexandra Palace)06:25
  • 21Love Will Tear Us Apart (Live at Alexandra Palace)04:48
  • Total Runtime02:02:23

Info for Education, Entertainment, Recreation (Live)



New Order's release of a special performance, their only UK show of 2018 (November 9) at London's Alexandra Palace and the first live show released on Blu-Ray from the band's now established line-up of Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert, Phil Cunningham and Tom Chapman.

Sonically and visually spectacular, spanning 2 hours 20 minutes, the show joyously mixed New Order classics, their latest acclaimed album (2015's 'Music Complete') and covers of Joy Division's finest.

Opening with 'Singularity' from 'Music Complete', they eased back in time to 1993's 'Regret', to 'Love Vigilantes' from 1985's 'Low-Life' to 'Ultraviolence from 1983's 'Power, Corruption and Lies'.

Later, their power over the dance floor was proven by sublime performances in the manner of the celebrated extended 12 inch remixes they are synonymous with - on 'True Faith', 'Blue Monday' and 'Temptation' before a three song Joy Division mini set to end.

New Order

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