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SandwichBubble
February 28th 2019


13105 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Reported the both of you

Just in time for page 2

JDoberman
February 28th 2019


151 Comments


i mean it's cool that it exists, as a very clear transition from the JD sound to what would become definitive New Order, but almost everything I really like from this era isn't actually on the album (Ceremony, Everything's Gone Green Temptation, etc)

JDoberman
February 28th 2019


151 Comments


Listening now I am digging it more on its own merits than I probably ever have before - queued up Complete Music to start playing right after it so I could spin my two least-listened to N.O. albums back to back - i'm sure the 30+ year gap between the two will result in a welcome "headfuck" as well

naughtcturnal
February 28th 2019


1970 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

This is best new order

JDoberman
February 28th 2019


151 Comments


lol

re-evaluate.

heck
February 28th 2019


6178 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

name one New Order album post-Technique that's better than this



they haven't done anything interesting in decades

JDoberman
February 28th 2019


151 Comments


Get Ready, for a start

heck
February 28th 2019


6178 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

lol

naughtcturnal
February 28th 2019


1970 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

lol

sixdegrees
February 28th 2019


12211 Comments


i'm not laughing

y87arrow
March 1st 2020


657 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

As a very big post-punk fan I should have checked out this album much earlier, not today. Also it's from 1981 one of my favourite years of that genre.



Great song structures, never focused on predictable 3 chorus songs, very nice synth sounds, it's a typical post-punk album, that's what I like. I don't have other albums of them, but as I also like british new wave & synthpop I am sure I would like their 1983 album.

y87arrow
July 4th 2020


657 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Congratulations to New Order!

Their album Movement is featured in my new list, my top 100 for summer depression (I often have when it's too hot which makes me lethargic and feel negative) and the album is on #11.



In my older list, official albums list for quarantine it even was on #7!

I wish they can read that and Movement really deserves all the praise it gets or would get. A typical post-punk album of one of my absolute favourite years, 1981.

parksungjoon
July 4th 2020


35757 Comments


cool

Digging: Controlled Bleeding - Distress Signals

SandwichBubble
July 4th 2020


13105 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Part of me wants to pick on y87arrow a bit, but he's the only one bumping the good stuff.

Feeling conflicted.

And yes, this is uber good.

parksungjoon
July 4th 2020


35757 Comments


pick on a man your own size



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