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Special NEW ORDER Charity T-Shirt For UKRAINE
3 April 2022
Manchester’s synth-pop legends NEW ORDER offer a special
t-shirt in aid of Ukraine Crisis Appeal | British Red Cross.
You can order one via the band’s Merch Store. The shirt’s design was
inspired by the VHS label (designed by longtime collaborator Peter Saville)
of the registration of their gig at the Ukrainian National Home in New York City
The film was named after Taras Shevchenko, the 19th-century writer, poet
and painter who championed the formation of an independent Ukraine
through his work.
The concert at the Ukrainian National Home in New York City in 1981 in full…
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Quote Of The Day – BERNARD SUMNER About NEW ORDER
NEW ORDER – 7th Album ‘GET READY’ Released 20 Years Ago
26 August 2021
Band: NEW ORDER (Manchester)
Active: 1980–1993, 1998–2007, 2011–present
10 studio albums (so far)
Anniversary album:GET READY
Released: 27 August 2001 / 20 years ago today
Pitchfork: “All told, Get Ready is a pretty solid effort from a veteran band
that really has nothing left to prove. They’ve managed to bring together a
consistently rewarding set of songs and added yet another great album to
their already impressive canon. Unfortunately, the songwriting at times reveals
scattered holes, and the songs can draw on for too long. But if nothing else, Get
Ready proves that New Order are still capable of putting out an enjoyable album.
Let’s just hope they don’t stay away for eight more years before they give us the
next one.” Full review here. Score: 7.5/10.
Turn Up The Volume: 8 years after their rather boring Ibiza dance
albums NO returned to their electrical pop best with feel-good tunes.
Singles/clips: Crystal / 60 Miles An Hour
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– 60 MILES AN HOUR –
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6 July 2021
‘World In Motion’ by NEW ORDER
The theme song for England’s national football team’s 1990 FIFA World Cup campaign. It features a rap sequence by England footballer John Barnes, additional vocals by several members of the whole team, and comedian Keith Allen, who had co-written the lyric. It’s New Order‘s only No 1 in the UK
We’re singing for England (England)
Arrivederci, it’s one on one…
I’m sure England’s world will be in drunk motion
when the team becomes EURO 2020 Champion.