New Order ‎– Get Ready

Reprise Records ‎– 9 89621-2
CD, Album

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1 Crystal
Backing Vocals – Dawn ZeeComputer [Protools Assisted By], Engineer [Assisted By] – Matt FieldsEngineer, Computer [Protools] – Jan "Stan" KybertMixed By – Mark "Spike" Stent*
2 60 Miles An Hour 4:35
3 Turn My Way
Vocals [Special Guest Vocals] – Billy Corgan
4 Vicious Streak 5:40
5 Primitive Notion 5:43
6 Slow Jam 4:54
7 Rock The Shack
Engineer – Rob KirwanGuitar – Andrew InnesMixed By [Assisted By] – Owen MulcahyProducer – New OrderProducer [Additional Production], Mixed By [Mix] – FloodVocals [Guest Vocals] – Bobby Gillespie
8 Someone Like You 5:42
9 Close Range
Backing Vocals – Dawn ZeeComputer [Protools Assisted By], Producer [Mix Pre Production Assisted By] – David Treahearn, Matt FieldsComputer [Protools], Producer [Mix Pre Production] – Jan "Stan" KybertEngineer [Mix Engineer] – Paul 'P-Dub' WaltonMixed By – Mark "Spike" Stent*
10 Run Wild
Arranged By [Strings Arranged], Conductor [Strings Conducted By] – Simon HaleBacking Vocals – Dawn ZeeEngineer – Rob KirwanProducer [Additional Production], Mixed By [Mix] – Bernard Sumner

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Back Cover:
Warner Music Group, An AOL Time Warner Company
© ℗ 2001 London Records 90 Ltd.
Made in U.S.A.

Inner Panels:
Published by Vitalturn Co. Ltd. PRS. All rights on behalf of Vitalturn Co. Ltd.
PRS administered by WB Music Corp. ASCAP
Produced for 140db except Track 7
Mixed for 140db except Tracks 1, 7 and 9
Track 7 additional production and mix for 140db, mixed at Pulse Studios Ireland
Photography, with thanks to Coco (21).
In Memory Of Rob Gretton
© 2001 London Records 90 Ltd.
Made in U.S.A.

Mfg. by WEA Manufacturing

Project: Get Ready
Client: Reprise

Standard jewel case with an embossed Warner “W” logo identity.
Front insert: 5-panel double parallel fold with the front cover wrapping around, CMYK + spot gray print exterior and interior.
Back insert: black and spot gray print exterior and interior.
Disc tray: clear.
CD: 2 spot-color print (white, neon green).
Enclosed: 4" square insert advertising other New Order releases.

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  • Barcode (Text): 6 8573-89621-2 9
  • Barcode (Scanned, UPC-A): 685738962129
  • Matrix / Runout (All Variants): [wea mfg. OLYPHANT logo] X16549 1 89621-2 01
  • Mastering SID Code (All Variants): ifpi L902
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  • Matrix / Runout (Mother / Stamper, Variant 3): M1S3
  • Matrix / Runout (Mother / Stamper, Variant 4): M1S6
  • Matrix / Runout (Mother / Stamper, Variant 5): M1S9
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 2U3R
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 2U3A
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 2U2U
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 4): IFPI 2U2L
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 5): IFPI 2U3Z
  • Barcode (Variant 2, Matrix area, Code 39): 055262
  • Rights Society: PRS
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Other (Sticker): 2-89621 (#1)

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
8573896211 New Order Get Ready(LP, Album) London Records 8573896211 UK & Europe 2001 Sell This Version
none New Order Get Ready(CDr, Album, Promo) London Records none UK 2001 Sell This Version
PROP05229 New Order Get Ready(CD, Album, Promo) London Records PROP05229 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
9 89621-2 New Order Get Ready(CD, Album, Com) Reprise Records 9 89621-2 US 2001 Sell This Version
8573896214, 8573-89621-4 New Order Get Ready(Cass, Album) Warner Music, London Records, Warner Music, London Records 8573896214, 8573-89621-4 Poland 2001 Sell This Version


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January 13, 2017

I looooove this CD & can play repeadedly!! I "discovered" it while reading a readers' comments about "Q" magazine having left "Get Ready" off a New Order best releases list. Shortly after reading that, the music video for "Crystal" was on Music Choice tv here. That is absolutely Excellent!!! Really quite precocious of New Order having fun with viewers! It's Great Video (can't give it away, for anyone who's interested & hasn't seen it; I highly recommend viewing it). That said, "Crystal" is a Smash song!! Followed closely by 60 Miles An Hour and Rock the Shack (but, then, I'm a big Bobby Gillespie & Primal Scream fan, as well & I think he & Bernard Sumner sharing vocals on this...sheer pleasure!; their vocals complement each other quite nicely). I also do like the fact that it is a much more guitar-soaked recording. I don't see it as a return to the Joy Division time at all. I actually can't understand how they had Bernard Sumner in their midst & Ian Curtis (R.I.P.) was chosen as a singer; but, then, to me, New Order completely changed the sound from Joy Division, to much more dance/rave driven, which I love, as well as these more recent releases with more guitar work. In fact, I've never appreciated bass guitar as much as after hearing what Peter Hook does with it!!!


July 3, 2003

When I first heard this, I was a little disappointed. Mostly with the lyrics, which don't even approach the strange, ambiguous deepness of their earlier albums but are rather simplistic and sometimes even silly. And "Rock the Shack" is just terrible. Having said that, I think the album is musically very interesting, and I still like all the songs beisdes "Rock the Shack". Every time I listen to it it seems better than I remembered. I disagree with TIM in that I don't think it sounds anything like Republic, on which there were essentially no guitars and hardly any of Peter Hook's bass, whereas here guitars are everywhere, as is the bass. More guitars than New Order usually uses, actually, which is what's intersting about the album. Overall I think it's a good record, different than other stuff they've done (although one can hear some similarities to their earlier stuff which is maybe why so many reviewers claimed this album is a return to form... I don't think it sounds the same at all), but the lyrics are a weak point. Wooo... sorry to blabber so much, but I really like New Order so I wanted to post my long synopsis. Thanks for reading.


February 28, 2002
Why is everyone saying that this record harks back to the band's Joy Division days? If anything, it harks back to 1997 and sounds more like Oasis. Not a huge improvement on Republic, although Crystal is a stormer.