3 Jul 2005
New Order dvd tracklisting 
Here is the tracklisting for the recently announced New Order compilation dvd with directorial annotation where known:

Confusion (dir. Charles Sturridge)
The Perfect Kiss (dir. Jonathan Demme)
Shellshock [Version 2] (dir. Rick Elgood)
State of the Nation
Bizarre Love Triangle (dir. Robert Longo)
True Faith (dir. Phillippe DeCouffle)
Touched By The Hand Of God (dir. Kathryn Bigelow)
Blue Monday '88 (dir. Robert Breer and William Wegman)
Fine Time (dir. Richard Heslop)
Round & Round [Version 1] (dir. Paula Greif)
Run (dir. Robert Frank)
World In Motion (dir. Keith Allen)
Regret (dir. Peter Care)
Ruined In A Day (dir. Keith Allen)
World (dir. Baillie Walsh)
Spooky (dir. Richard Heslop)
1963 (dir. Gina Birch)
Crystal (dir. Johan Renck)
60 Miles An Hour (dir. Rob Leggatt & Leigh Marling)
Here To Stay (dir. Paul Gore)
Krafty (dir. Johan Renck)
Jetstream (dir. Dawn Shadforth)
Waiting For The Sirens' Call

Extras:
Round & Round [Version 2: Patty] (dir. Paula Greif)
Regret (Baywatch)
Crystal (Gina Birch version)

Live:
Temptation (from 3.16)

New:
Ceremony (dir. by Yu Likwai)
Temptation (dir. by Michael H. Shamberg)

Thanks to NOOL/OMNY

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