New Order ‎– Substance

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Qwest Records ‎– 9 25621-2
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2 × CD, Compilation, Standard Jewel Cases
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1-1 Ceremony
Producer – Martin HannettWritten-By – Joy Division
4:23
1-2 Everything’s Gone Green
Producer – Martin HannettWritten-By – New Order
5:30
1-3 Temptation
Engineer – Michael JohnsonWritten-By, Producer – New Order
6:59
1-4 Blue Monday
Written-By, Producer – New Order
7:29
1-5 Confusion
Engineer – Michael JohnsonWritten-By – Arthur BakerWritten-By, Producer – New Order
4:43
1-6 Thieves Like Us
Written-By – Arthur BakerWritten-By, Producer – New Order
6:36
1-7 The Perfect Kiss
Written-By, Producer – New Order
8:02
1-8 Subculture
Remix – John RobieWritten-By, Producer – New Order
4:48
1-9 Shellshock
Written-By, Producer – John Robie, New Order
6:28
1-10 State Of The Nation
Written-By, Producer – New Order
6:32
1-11 Bizarre Love Triangle
Remix – Shep PettiboneWritten-By, Producer – New Order
6:44
1-12 True Faith
Written-By, Producer – New Order, Stephen Hague
5:51
2-1 In A Lonely Place
Producer – Martin HannettWritten-By – Joy Division
6:16
2-2 Procession
Producer – Martin HannettWritten-By – New Order
4:28
2-3 Cries And Whispers
Producer – Martin HannettWritten-By – New Order
3:25
2-4 Hurt
Written-By, Producer – New Order
6:58
2-5 The Beach
Written-By, Producer – New Order
7:19
2-6 Confusion (Instrumental)
Written-By, Producer – Arthur Baker, New Order
7:38
2-7 Lonesome Tonight
Written-By, Producer – New Order
5:11
2-8 Murder
Written-By, Producer – New Order
3:55
2-9 Thieves Like Us (Instrumental)
Written-By – Arthur BakerWritten-By, Producer – New Order
6:57
2-10 Kiss Of Death
Written-By – Michael JohnsonWritten-By, Producer – New Order
7:02
2-11 Shame Of The Nation
Written-By, Producer – John Robie, New Order
7:54
2-12 1963
Written-By, Producer – New Order, Stephen Hague
5:33

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Notes

Originally packaged in a cardboard longbox with two separate jewel cases inside.
Also released in a double jewel box case.

The barcodes on this edition have an incorrect check digit, 6, at the end.

1-7 incorrectly listed as “Perfect Kiss”.
2-3 incorrectly listed as “Mesh”. The actual song is “Cries and Whispers”.

All titles published by Bemusic PRS/adm. by WB Music Corp. ASCAP except:
1-1 & 2-1: Fractured Music / Zomba Music Ltd
1-5, 1-6, 2-7 & 2-9: Shakin’ Baker Music BMI / Bemusic PRS / adm. by WB Music Corp. ASCAP
1-9 & 2-11: Bemusic PRS/adm. by WB Music Corp. ASCAP / Indulgent Music BMI
1-12 & 2-12: Bemusic PRS /adm. by WB Music Corp. ASCAP / Cut Music Ltd./ MCA Music Ltd. Publishing, a division of MCA, Inc. ASCAP

Licensed from Factory Records, Manchester, England for the United States by Qwest Records.
Manufactured and distributed by Warner Bros. Records, Inc., a Warner Communications Company
Mfg. by WEA Manufacturing.
Printed in U.S.A.
© 1987 Qwest Records
℗ 1987 Qwest Records

Packaging:
Cardboard longbox.
2 × jewel cases.
Front inserts: 4-page bifolds, black print exterior, color print interior.
Back inserts: black print exterior, no print interior.
Disc trays: gray.
CDs: black print.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 0 7599-25621-2 6
  • Barcode (Scanned): 075992562126
  • Other (Disc 1: CD, Liner Notes, and Tray Insert): 9 25621-2 (0001)
  • Other (Disc 2: CD, Liner Notes, and Tray Insert): 9 25621-2 (0002)
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 Variation 1, solid ring): 1 25621-2.1 SRC-03
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 Variation 1, solid ring): 1 25621-2.2 SRC-06
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 Variation 2, thick blocks): 1 25621-2.1 SRC+14 M2S10
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 Variation 2, thick blocks): 1 25621-2.2 SRC=13 M14S15
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 Variation 3, solid ring): 1 25621-2.1 SRC-02
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 Variation 3, solid ring): 1 25621-2.2 SRC-03
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 Variation 4, thick blocks): 1 25621-2.1 SRC-09
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 Variation 4, thick blocks): 1 25621-2.2 SRC+09
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 Variation 5, thick blocks): 1 25621-2.1 SRC+14 M1S2
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 Variation 5, thick blocks): 1 25621-2.2 SRC=13 M8S1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 Variation 6, solid ring): 1 25621-2.1 SRC-06
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 Variation 6, solid ring): 1 25621-2.2 SRC-03
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 Variation 7, thick blocks): 1 25621-2.1 SRC=11 M2S17
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 Variation 7, thick blocks): 1 25621-2.2 SRC=13 M3S15
  • Rights Society: ASCAP/BMI/PRS

Other Versions (5 of 132) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Fact 200 New Order Substance(2xLP, Comp, Emb) Factory Fact 200 UK 1987 Sell This Version
9 25621-4, 4 -25621 New Order Substance(Cass, Comp, SRC) Qwest Records, Qwest Records 9 25621-4, 4 -25621 US 1987 Sell This Version
Fact 200 New Order Substance(2xLP, Comp) MNW, Factory Fact 200 Sweden 1987 Sell This Version
DG 226/227 New Order Substance(Cass, Comp) DG Discos DG 226/227 Argentina 1988 Sell This Version
520008•4 New Order Substance(2xCass, Comp) London Records, Factory 520008•4 Malaysia Unknown Sell This Version

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skritchy

skritchy

January 25, 2006
edited over 13 years ago
One thing that always bothered me about this release: it substituted re-recorded versions of "Temptation" and "Confusion" in place of the original versions. In my opinion, "Temptation" in particular was much superior in its original form. But that's a small quibble, as this release is likely still the most essential one in the New Order catalogue.
Komakino

Komakino

April 19, 2005
edited over 14 years ago
Substance showcased New Order's mix of indie-rock and included B-sides and 12" mixes, making this an essential purchase for die-hard fans and as well an excellent introduction to the band. This was the first New Order retrospective (a 'Best Of' saw the light in the '90s) and was released in conjunction with a Joy Division 'Substance' retrospective. Disc One contains the singles, including the first release 'Ceremony' (one of the last singles they recorded as Joy Division, written by the late Ian Curtis, and a John Peel favourite) and 'Blue Monday' - arguably the greatest dance track of all time.
travnewmatic

travnewmatic

April 19, 2005
edited over 14 years ago

out of all of my records, this is the one nearest and dearest to me. my preferences were originally rock music, but then i drifted toward dance music. this one struck a nerve. it provides such an excellent cross section of their music. the first CD is more light, happy, energetic, and jovial than the second. the second cd, which contains a few instrumentals from the first cd, is very dark, angry, and some times sad. its nice because these moods are carried throughout the duration of the cds, so there isnt the feeling of discontinuity that some albums have. its very unified, very well layed out, and just a great album. this album is the standard to which i judge all others against.