25 Aug 2007
What goes on the Control soundtrack 
The motion picture soundtrack for Control is scheduled for release on 1 October 2007. The full tracklisting, including three new instrumentals by New Order, is:

1. Exit - New Order
2. What Goes On - The Velvet Underground
3. Shadowplay - The Killers
4. Boredom (Live) - The Buzzcocks
5. Dead Souls - Joy Division
6. She Was Naked - Supersister
7. Sister Midnight - Iggy Pop
8. Love Will Tear Us Apart - Joy Division
9. Problems (Live) - Sex Pistols
10. Hypnosis - New Order
11. Drive In Saturday - David Bowie
12. Evidently Chickentown - John Cooper Clarke
13. 2H.B. - Roxy Music
14. Transmission (Cast Version) - Joy Division
15. Autobahn - Kraftwerk
16. Atmosphere - Joy Division
17. Warszawa - David Bowie
18. Get Out - New Order

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