New Order's New Album

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New Order's New Album

Post by PeteZarustica » 10 Sep 2004 14:30

Who's got any news about it? Release dates and so on (names, working titles etc...)

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Post by Mark » 13 Sep 2004 20:15

Heard very little other than it promises to signal a return to the 'dancier' New Order ala Technique.

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Post by PeteZarustica » 13 Sep 2004 20:18

Really? I've been told the exact opposite - that it is more guitar-ish

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Post by markus » 13 Sep 2004 21:36

I had heard the same as Mark, more back to the machines. I mean, it can't really get 'more' guitarish than Get Ready can it?

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Post by nickking » 14 Sep 2004 01:11

Apparently, the new single's supposed to be called "Hostage" (according to a Pete Tong radio show)?

Hooky has stated that it'll probably be March when the new album's released, so even if it's down to the mixing stage now, then there's still quite a bit to do before an album gets released (don't forget that Peter Saville's still got to do the artwork :wink: )!

Anyway, before then, we've got Gwen Stefani's new album which apparently has quite a few bands helping her out on some tracks, including New Order... :-?

And there's a new, unreleased, Lee Coombs mix of 'Crystal' out there on a limited edition 12", b/w with a Paul Oakenfold track!

l8rs,


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