29 Jun 2005
New Order digital downloads and DVDs galore 
New Order's latest single Jetstream is now available as a Digital Single via iTunes which features exclusive remixes.

Tracklisting

Jetstream (Radio Edit)
Jetstream (Richard X Remix)
Jetstream (Jacques Lu Cont Remix "2nd Mix")
Jetstream (Richard X Remix)
Jetstream (Arthur Baker Remix)
Jetstream (Tom Neville Remix)
Jetstream (Pete Heller Remix)
Krafty (The Passengerz Club Mix)
Krafty (DJ Dan Dub Remix)

The new Pete Heller mix is a lengthy retread. Of the additional Krafty mixes, the DJ Dan Dub Remix is a US Warner Bros promo, the DJ Dan vocal version (also a promo; from the 2x12" WB 0-42800) and is available on the digital album 'New Order: Best Remixes' (also available from all good digital online sellers). The trancey Passengerz Club Mix is brand new.

Meanwhile, the next single off the new album is the title track 'Waiting For The Sirens' Call' and it's out in August.

Rhino will be releasing a DVD compilation of all New Order videos in September. There will be two new videos for old songs (Ceremony and Temptation) directed by Michael Shamberg. The sleeve will be designed by Peter Saville.

New Order filmed the New York (Hammerstein Ballroom) show during their mini US tour, and London (Hyde Park) as well. There is a possible DVD release of those two shows later in the year.

Thanks to OMNY/NOOL.

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