With Sumner visibly girding himself for middle-aged leaps, and roaring where once he sang meekly, his band have become professional, inspirational repositories of anthems for their generation. The bittersweetness in all their songs prevents complete nostalgia from setting in but, as even Joy Division's "Love Will Tear Us Apart" is received as a celebration, not the inquisition that it once was, it cannot be denied that New Order mean less and give simpler pleasure than they used to. New Order 511 is a live DVD released by New Order, in 2002 by Warner Music Vision (#0927 49366-2). Thanks to A Certain Ratio for the pic of the backstage pass. Poster (and backstage pass) for New Order gig at the Finsbury Park Supertent on 6 June 1987. New Order - Reading Festival 1998 [partial concert] - YouTube You may not agree with our views, or other users’, but please respond to them respectfully, Swearing, personal abuse, racism, sexism, homophobia and other discriminatory or inciteful language is not acceptable, Do not impersonate other users or reveal private information about third parties, We reserve the right to delete inappropriate posts and ban offending users without notification. Poster (and backstage pass) for New Order gig at the Finsbury Park Supertent on 6 June 1987. Are you sure you want to mark this comment as inappropriate? The 8vo-a-like poster and backstage pass (and presumably any other promotional or other material) were not designed by 8vo.
"I wouldn't have come out in this," New Order's Bernard Sumner mutters a little later. Although last year's comeback album, Get Ready, failed to reclaim their position as a leading band of the contemporary world, it's to that record, and other low-key and left-field aspects of their career, that New Order turn first. Find your bookmarks in your Independent Premium section, under my profile. Reformed and rejuvenated, New Order have filled the bill for their own one-day festival in north London with an impeccable list of some of today's finest bands. And for "Sexy Boy", the sun comes out. New Order, Finsbury Park, London Return of the old Order. It features 16 tracks, recorded on 9 June 2002, at Finsbury Park, London.Five of the 16 tracks are Joy Division songs, and 11 of them are New Order songs, hence the title. "60 Miles an Hour" sees Peter Hook crotch-strainingly bestride the stage and swing his bass in ridiculous style, but the notes he wrings from it have the echoes of old Eighties doom. Please continue to respect all commenters and create constructive debates. 3 activities (last edit by deth_from_above, 1 Mar 2012, 13:21 Etc/UTC). "Second time we've played that in 25 years," Sumner reflects. Want an ad-free experience?Subscribe to Independent Premium. 1987] This is for your own pleasure the photos taken by Darren Grubb Echo and the Bunnymen – still one of the finest Eighties live bands extant – at least fit the climate, as bleak greyness always seemed the prevailing mood of their home decade; they bring on Coldplay's Chris Martin to indicate, in dispiriting style, that it is in fact still 2002. "It didn't rain for the Queen, did it?" Cerysmatic Factory | cerysmatic.factoryrecords.org | an unofficial history and archive about Factory Records, the independent record label from Manchester, England |, Joy Division live at Walthamstow Youth Centre, New Order Live at the Paradise Garage in New York, 7 July 1983, Section 25 / Quando Quango - Live at The Ritz 1985, New Order / Quando Quango Live at Manhattan 1985, FAC 131 'It isn't only low-life who record for factory', FAC 3.11 The Return of the Durutti Column.