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New Order

After the death of frontman Ian Curtis, the remaining members of Joy Division decided to lay the band to rest. Ratherthantryto fill theunfillablegap left by Curtis' suicide, the band instead started anew with the appropriately named NewOrder.Withguitarist Bernard Sumnerassuming vocalduties, the group incorporated synths to their sound and upheld thedark,gloomyatmosphere they had adopted as Joy Division.Though on theirfirst few albums Sumner seemed only a shell ofCurtis,heeventually became more confident as a frontman and as anindividual, and the musicblossomed accordingly. Theyalsoshif ...read more

After the death of frontman Ian Curtis, the remaining members of Joy Division decided to lay the band to rest. Ratherthantryto fill theunfillablegap left by Curtis' suicide, the band instead started anew with the appropriately named NewOrder.Withguitarist Bernard Sumnerassuming vocalduties, the group incorporated synths to their sound and upheld thedark,gloomyatmosphere they had adopted as Joy Division.Though on theirfirst few albums Sumner seemed only a shell ofCurtis,heeventually became more confident as a frontman and as anindividual, and the musicblossomed accordingly. Theyalsoshiftedaway from strict post-punk and experimented with the dance, club and ravemusic that was becomingpopular inthe80s. INfact, New Order helped popularise it and bring it into the mainstream. Power, Corruption and Lies, Brotherhood and Low-Life are among the best albums of the 80s, adecadeinwhich New Orderwasone of the paramount groups. To this day, they are recognised as one of the highlight groupsofthedecade, and continue to influencecountlessgroups to this day. Even to non-fans, 'Blue Monday' is one ofthemostrecognisable songs put to record. Though the group continues to record and all of their albums are cherised by hardcore fans, for average listenersandcriticstheir post-80sreleasesare far from spectacular. The most recent release, 2005's Waiting for the Siren's Callwasnotoverly successful eithercommercially orcritically, though it was not ravaged either. « hide

Similar Bands: Joy Division, Visage, LCD Soundsystem, The Cure, Depeche Mode

LPs
Music Complete
2015

3.3
113 Votes
Lost Sirens
01/14/2013

2.5
87 Votes
Waiting for the Siren's Call
2005

2.8
122 Votes
Get Ready
2001

3.4
156 Votes
Republic
1993

3.2
148 Votes
Technique
1989

3.9
318 Votes
Brotherhood
1986

3.8
254 Votes
Low-Life
1985

4.1
411 Votes
Power, Corruption and Lies
1983

4.1
692 Votes
Movement
1981

3.7
349 Votes
EPs
The Peel Sessions
1986

4
11 Votes
Blue Monday
1983

4.4
103 Votes
1981-1982
1982

4
23 Votes
Live Albums
BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert: New Order
1992

3.7
10 Votes
Compilations
Singles
2016

4.2
3 Votes
Complete Music
2016

3.6
4 Votes
(the best of) New Order
1994

4
61 Votes
Substance
1987

4.4
296 Votes

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