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New Order Gathers Up ‘Singles’
Rhino will on Dec. 6 release a double-disc collection of New Order’s “Singles,” touted as the first career-spanning album featuring this material in chronological order. The North American edition of the project features a bonus track of the Secret Machines’ remix of “Temptation.”
Beyond such staples as “Blue Monday,” “Bizarre Love Triangle,” “True Faith,” “Regret” and “Ceremony,” the set features a Rich Costey radio edit of “Waiting for the Sirens’ Call” (the title cut from New Order’s latest studio album) and the 7-inch version of “Turn.”
Meanwhile, New Order will return to live duty in the coming days for a Thursday (Nov. 10) show at London’s Brixton Academy and a Nov. 14 gig in its Manchester hometown. The latter show will feature support from A Certain Ratio, marking the first time the two bands have played together since 1988.
Two days later, New Order will be inducted into the U.K. Music Hall of Fame in London and is expected to perform at the ceremony.
Meanwhile, “Guilt Is a Useless Emotion” has been tapped as the latest North American club single from “Waiting for the Sirens’ Call” and will be released digitally on Nov. 29. Earlier singles “Jetstream” and “Krafty” both peaked at No. 3 on Billboard’s Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart.
Here is the track list for “Singles”:
Disc one:
“Everything’s Gone Green”
“Blue Monday”
“Thieves Like Us”
“Perfect Kiss”
“State of the Nation”
“Bizarre Love Triangle”
“True Faith”
“Touched by the Hand of God”
Disc two:
“Blue Monday ’88”
“Fine Time”
“Round and Round”
“Run 2”
“World in Motion”
“Ruined in a Day”
“World (Price of Love)”
“60 Miles an Hour”
“Here To Stay”
“Waiting for the Sirens Call” (Rich Costey radio edit)
“Turn” (7-inch version)
“Temptation” (Secret Machines remix)