New Order ‎– Movement

Label:
Factory (US) ‎– FACTUS 50, Factory (US) ‎– FACT. 50
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
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Tracklist

Movement 1
A1 Dreams Never End 3:13
A2 Truth 4:37
A3 Senses 4:45
A4 Chosen Time 4:07
Movement 2
B1 ICB 4:33
B2 The Him 5:29
B3 Doubts Even Here 4:16
B4 Denial 4:20

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Credits

Notes

The artwork of the labels is identical to that of the UK labels except that the US labels are burgundy coloured.

Manufactured: Factory
A Factory Communications Product: FCL Stereo 33RPM
Publishing: Bemusic

Inner sleeve carries Factory anvil+cog logo plus
FCL Nr. 50

Note:
The vinyl comes in different colour variations, only visible when held up against a strong light source: Translucent purple or translucent red or just translucent (and maybe also brown and green). These colors are the result of different vinyl formulations used accidently by the pressing plant, with purple apparently being the very first pressing.

The first pressings have a run-out groove width of around 2 cm (later pressings are much narrower).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): FAC-50-US-A 13250 (3) +
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): FAC-50-US-B 13251 (3) +

Other Versions (5 of 97) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FACT. 50, FACT 50 New Order Movement(LP, Album, A2 ) Factory, Factory FACT. 50, FACT 50 UK 1981 Sell This Version
WPCR-13166/7, WPCR-13581~2 New Order Movement(CD, Album, Promo, RE + CD, Comp, Promo + Dlx, RE, ) London Records, London Records WPCR-13166/7, WPCR-13581~2 Japan 2010 Sell This Version
33CY-1220 New Order Movement(CD, Album) Factory 33CY-1220 Japan 1986 Sell This Version
Fact 50c, FACT 50c New Order Movement(Cass, Album + Box) Factory, Factory Fact 50c, FACT 50c UK 1986 Sell This Version
2564693694 New Order Movement(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM) London Records, Rhino Records (2) 2564693694 UK 2008 Sell This Version

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jdark

jdark

August 18, 2017
I always thought of this as a low-fi album, but that's because I mainly listened to my copy of this on cassette. This pressing sounds great. Dense, yes, but with a huge and dynamic sound on a well-setup system.
triceratops

triceratops

September 16, 2016

So many reviews out there proclaiming this as a mediocre album. I have a hard time understanding that point of view. Legitimately exciting music, humming with tension and wringing maximum interest from super spare arrangements. Apparently the band's final outing with Martin Hannett. As difficult as their relationship apparently was at this point, it doesn't seem to've hampered his genius. My copy of the 1st US pressing sounds truly spectacular.