Englandneworder* ‎– World In Motion...

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1 World In Motion...
Backing Vocals [The Squad] – Chris Waddle, Des Walker, John Barnes (2), Paul Gascoigne, Peter Beardsley, Steve McMahon (2)Engineer – Spike*Producer, Recorded By – Stephen Hague
4:32
2 The B-Side.
Backing Vocals [Naff Football Shouts And JB Impersonation] – Keith AllenEngineer – Felix*Producer, Recorded By – Roli Mosimann
4:15
3 World In Motion... (No Alla Violenza Mix...)
Mixed By – Andrew Weatherall, Terry FarleyRecorded By – Stephen Hague
5:20
4 World In Motion... (Subbuteo Mix...)
Recorded By – Stephen HagueRemix, Producer [Additional Production] – Graeme Park, Mike Pickering
5:09

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Track 1: Recorded and produced at The Mill and Mayfair Studios.
Track 2: Recorded and produced at Real World Studios.
Track 3: Mixed at the Townhouse.

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Original sound recording made by Factory Communications Ltd. / MCA Records Ltd.
℗ 1990 Factory Communications Ltd. / MCA Records Ltd.
© 1990 Factory Communications Ltd. / MCA Records Ltd.

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Published by Gainwest/Warner Chappell Music Ltd. and EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
Original sound recordings made by Factory Communications Ltd./MCA Records Ltd.
℗ 1990 Factory Communications Ltd./MCA Records Ltd.
© 1990 Factory Communications Ltd./MCA Records Ltd.
Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 016839 702935
  • Matrix / Runout: FACD 293 . MASTERED BY NIMBUS

Other Versions (5 of 56) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Fac 293-7, Fac293-7 Englandneworder* World In Motion...(7", Single, Pap) Factory, MCA Records Fac 293-7, Fac293-7 UK 1990 Sell This Version
WFAC-293 New Order World In Motion(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Factory, MCA Records WFAC-293 UK 1990 Sell This Version
Fac 293-7, K 10109 Englandneworder* World In Motion...(7", Single) Factory, MCA Records, Festival Records Fac 293-7, K 10109 Australia & New Zealand 1990 Sell This Version
none New Order World In Motion(VHS, Promo, NTSC) Warner Bros. Records none US 1990 Sell This Version
RTD 076 Englandneworder* World In Motion...(7", Single, Promo, W/Lbl) Rough Trade RTD 076 Germany 1990 Sell This Version

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toadsound

toadsound

January 30, 2017
New Order - World In Motion (CD):
Pretty, Pretttyyyy, Pretty Good!
laughing-gor

laughing-gor

August 21, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

Without a doubt, the best football song ever, NO contest!

Now, we all know that's not saying much, as 99.99% of football songs are 100% cringe-worthy, but this one was something else.

Poppy enough for mainstream appeal, yet still popular with long-time New Order fans such as myself, and with enough house influence to appeal to the ravers like me.

With its "It's E for England!" chant, referencing the England team as well as the MDMA-influenced rave scene of the time, this record totally captured the atmosphere here in the UK at the time.

I think you had to be there at the time, though - I was never a big football fan (which is hard to admit if you live in Manchester as I do - here, you HAVE to be either "Red" or "Blue") but I met my soon-to-be wife immediately after watching the England v Italy World Cup game, so this song has personal memories attached to it, as well as being a reminder of the excitement which was present back in the summer of 1990.

Despite living with the aftermath of Thatcher-era deindustrialisation, 1990 was a great time to live in the UK, totally unlike now - back then there was plenty to take our mind off how politicians were trying to destroy our communities. Whereas now, it's hard to even find somewhere to party - with clubs and venues closing at an alarming rate, and most abandoned buildings being turned into "luxury" flats, I barely recognise my country in comparison to 25 years ago.

Politics aside, even MC John Barnes couldn't ruin this one. Great stuff, but not really one for New Order newbies - start with the early singles ;)