2 Jul 2008
ReLive Glasgow (Reminder) 
The final New Order project (for now), the Live in Glasgow DVD, has just hit the stores (in the UK & US). The Glasgow show on disc one is interspersed (yes, between the performance tracks) with after-the-fact solo interviews with Sumner, Hook, Morris & Cunningham. Disc two is culled from various live performances throughout New Order's career.

Tracklist Disc 1:

Crystal
Turn
True Faith
Regret
Ceremony
Who's Joe
These Days
Krafty
Waiting for the Sirens Call
Your Silent Face
Guilt is a Useless Emotion
Bizarre Love Triangle
Temptation
Perfect Kiss
Blue Monday
Transmission
Shadowplay
Love Will Tear us Apart

Tracklist Disc 2:

(Celebration 1981)
Ceremony
I.C.B
Chosen Time
(Glastonbury 1981)
Senses
Procession
The Him
(Rome 1982)
Ultraviolence
Hurt
(Cork 1983)
Leave Me Alone
Everything’s Gone Green
(Rotterdam 1985)
Sunrise
As It Was When It Was
The Village
This Time of Night
(Toronto 1985)
We All Stand
Age of Consent
Temptation
(Shoreline 1989)
Dream Attack
1963
(Hyde Park Wireless)
Run Wild
She’s Lost Control

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