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New OrderPower Corruption And Lies

Label:Warner Music – 0190295659158
Series:Definitive Edition
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180 Gram
CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered
2 x DVD, DVD-Video, NTSC, Compilation, DVD-9
Box Set, Definitive Edition
Country:UK & Europe
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Electro, Post-Punk, Synth-pop

Tracklist

A1Age Of Consent
A2We All Stand
A3The Village
A45 8 6
B1Your Silent Face
B2Ultraviolence
B3Ecstasy
B4Leave Me Alone
CD1-1Age Of Consent5:16
CD1-2We All Stand5:15
CD1-3The Village4:37
CD1-45 8 67:32
CD1-5Your Silent Face5:57
CD1-6Ultraviolence4:52
CD1-7Ecstasy4:26
CD1-8Leave Me Alone4:42
Writing Session Recordings
CD2-1Age Of Consent4:40
CD2-2The Village3:14
CD2-35 8 63:25
CD2-4Your Silent Face5:02
CD2-5Ecstasy4:25
CD2-6Leave Me Alone4:09
John Peel Session
CD2-7Turn The Heater On5:03
CD2-8We All Stand5:25
CD2-9Too Late3:38
CD2-105 8 66:08
John Peel Session Outtake
CD2-11Too Late (Instrumental Rough Mix)3:41
New York Demo #1
CD2-12Thieves Like Us6:42
Writing Session Recording
CD2-13Thieves Like Us2:00
Writing Session Recordings
CD2-14Murder3:41
CD2-15Blue Monday2:10
CD2-16Blue Monday5:50
Album Session Recording
CD2-17Blue Monday (Instrumental Outtake)7:19
The Hacienda, Manchester 1982
DVD1-1In A Lonely Place4:59
DVD1-2Ultraviolence3:37
DVD1-3Denial4:07
DVD1-4The Village4:19
DVD1-5We All Stand5:32
DVD1-6Senses4:07
DVD1-7Chosen Time3:20
DVD1-85 8 64:52
DVD1-9Temptation7:35
DVD1-10Everything's Gone Green5:21
Rosehill Hotel, Kilkenny, Ireland 1983
DVD1-11We All Stand5:18
DVD1-12Leave Me Alone4:07
DVD1-13Denial4:49
DVD1-14The Village5:10
DVD1-15Temptation9:20
DVD1-16Confusion6:11
DVD1-17Age Of Consent6:25
DVD1-18Blue Monday4:26
DVD1-19Everything's Gone Green7:13
DVD1-20Ceremony5:02
TV Sessions
DVD1-21Blue Monday (BBC Top Of The Pops, London 1983)3:57
DVD1-22Confusion (Countdown 1983)5:01
DVD1-23Age Of Consent (Switch 1983)4:35
DVD1-24Blue Monday (Switch 1983)5:23
DVD1-25Thieves Like Us (BBC Top Of The Pops 1984)3:25
Extras
DVD1-26Your Silent Face (The Hacienda, Manchester)6:47
DVD1-275 8 6 (The Hacienda, Manchester)6:25
DVD1-28We All Stand (Recreation Centre, Tolworth)6:50
DVD1-29Leave Me Alone (Recreation Centre, Tolworth)4:11
DVD1-30Love Will Tear Us Apart (Tower Ballroom, Birmingham)3:39
DVD1-31Ultraviolence (First Avenue, Minneapolis)5:38
DVD1-32The Village (Uni-Mensa, Dusseldorf)5:01
DVD1-33Thieves Like Us (Alabamahalle, Munich)6:37
DVD1-34Blue Monday (Alabamahalle, Munich)7:43
DVD1-35Lonesome Tonight (Metropol, Berlin)5:30
DVD1-36Confusion (Metropol, Berlin)6:55
The Haçienda, Manchester 1983
DVD2-1Blue Monday8:40
DVD2-2Age Of Consent5:03
DVD2-3Lonesome Tonight5:47
DVD2-4Your Silent Face8:06
DVD2-5Leave Me Alone4:42
DVD2-65 8 67:11
DVD2-7Denial5:28
DVD2-8Confusion6:03
DVD2-9Temptation8:17
DVD2-10Thieves Like Us14:49
DVD2-11In A Lonely Place5:20
DVD2-12Everything's Gone Green6:02
Play At Home (Channel 4, 1984)
DVD2-13"The Word Came Out Of L.A."16:00
DVD2-14The Five Year Plan. ...18:09
DVD2-15Seven Months, Three Days Later16:42
DVD2-16Untitled9:37
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Lift off lid box including the vinyl LP in its original sleeve, original album CD in replica mini album sleeve, a bonus CD of previously unreleased tracks, two DVDs of live shows and TV appearances plus a 48 page hardbound book.

Some copies come with an additional dark red "band" surrounding the box displaying the BBFC's Video Packaging Review Committee (VPRC) rating of 15 "Nudity & strong language". Whether the band was included depended on the outlet. For example, the official New Order store copies did not - at least initially - come with this band. The content of the box-set is otherwise identical.

DVD2-16 is an apparent "hidden" chapter not listed on the main menu. It is "Primitive 5 8 6" as featured on A Factory Video.

℗ 2020 The copyright in this audio and audio visual compilation is owned by Warner Music UK Limited. © 2020 Warner Music UK Limited. Made in the E.U.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Box Insert - Text): 0 190295 659158
  • Barcode (Box Insert - Scanned): 0190295659158
  • Label Code: LC14666
  • Matrix / Runout (A): BJ83598-01 A2 0190295420307
  • Matrix / Runout (B): BJ83598-01 B2 0190295420307
  • Matrix / Runout (B outer ring): F.A.
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 0190295420314 AK11238-01 manufactured by optimal media GmbH IFPI L576
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): 0190295659202 AK11240-01 manufactured by optimal media GmbH IFPI L576
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD1): 0190295659189-01 DK08449-01 manufactured by optimal media GmbH [R logo] IFPI L576
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD1 - inner ring): IFPI L578 DK08449-01_L1
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD2): 0190295659189-02 DK08450-01 manufactured by optimal media GmbH [R logo] IFPI L578
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD2 - inner ring): IFPI L578 DK08450-01_L1
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI L576
  • Mastering SID Code (DVD1 & DVD2): IFPI L578
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI 9755
  • Mould SID Code (DVD1 & DVD2): IFPI 9747
  • Other (A & B - spine catalogue number): FACT SEVENTY FIVE
  • Other (A & B label inner text ring catalogue number): FACT·75
  • Other (A & B label outer text ring catalogue number): 0825646253043
  • Other (CD1 - spine catalogue number): FACD SEVENTY FIVE
  • Other (CD1 - disc face outer text ring catalogue number): 0190295420314
  • Other (CD1 - disc face inner text ring catalogue number): FACD·75
  • Other (CD2 - spine catalogue number): 0190295659202
  • Other (DVD1 & DVD2 - spine catalogue number): 0190295659189

Other Versions (5 of 149)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Power, Corruption & Lies (LP, Album)FactoryFACT 75UK1983
Power, Corruption & Lies (Cassette, Album, CrO2)Factory (US), Factory (US)Factus 12C, Factus 12 CUS1983
Power, Corruption & Lies (LP, Album)Factory, FactoryFACT 75, VR 22569Netherlands1983
Power, Corruption & Lies (LP, Album)Factory (US)FACTUS 12US1983
Power, Corruption And Lies (LP, Album, Black Labels)FactoryFACD 11Canada1983
Baldersheim's avatar
Baldersheim
To much discs. Only one LP. (I think I buy that).
curtorzabal81's avatar
curtorzabal81
Anyone notice a bit of harshness in the vocals in both 586/ Leave me Alone? Running a newish microline stylus on my Technics so I'd be very surprised if it's my setup. Not a deal-breaker, but had this issue on same songs with my well played original so a bit annoying.
Don't have this issue on the CD
thesoundfoundation's avatar
A couple of details that stop this from being a perfect package. On the reverse of the cover of the vinyl album, the die-cut is off-centred (at least on my copy) – the die-cut should be centred on the colour-coded circle as on the original Factory issue. On the front cover of the CD, the colour coded strip is too big – the coloured squares should be the same width as the strip on the inner sleeve to visually connect them.
HomerHossa's avatar
HomerHossa
What does the 15 mean ? Parental advisory under fifteen or something ? DVD are region free mehopes ?
SgtPwepper's avatar
SgtPwepper
On CD2 all tracks are instrumental, except for the 4 Peel tracks which were previous available elsewhere.
Track CD2-17 (Blue Monday -Instrumental outtake) is actually just 'The Beach'.
All in all a bit disappointing.
georgeisreallycool's avatar
Great set but the record came very dusty. Made first listen not particularly enjoyable but I'm sure with some cleaning it would sound fine
animal_laminate's avatar
Got mine from amazon UK and it has the red OBI. Lovely set, but the labels on PCL vinyl are wrong: Side 1 on both sides (altho' the music is correct). This is after getting it from New Order Store with the 4 x 12", which was delivered with mashed corners; then AGAIN with mashed corners. Christ, who'd buy online really. It's a lottery.
puppy38's avatar
puppy38
A couple of notes on this:
- Is it just me or does Your Silent Face kinda slow down at the end (CD)?
- Sounds like a bit of over-re-mastering on Leave Me Alone...much higher vocals.
- I bought the Super Deluxe edition with the singles from New Order store, and as I own the original Blue Monday 12", I have to say that this remastered one may weigh more, but it's already got pops that are fairly annoying for something so pricey. And I cry HUGE foul on including a QR code on the colour code part of the sleeve...WTAF?!

Otherwise, the book is great, but not nearly as insightful as Hooky's books. It might have been nice to have a bit of banter about why Murder wasn't included as the b-side to Blue Monday (the aforementioned version I own has messages on the run-off: A - "Where's Murder?", B - "I said, where's Murder?").

One can only hope that after they're done counting the money, they can give it all a listen themselves and realise what they've thrown away in the last decade. Honouring such an important legacy as theirs shouldn't be that hard, you just gotta bury the hatchet and move forward. They were godlike.

I may post more once I've gone through the rest of the material, but originally just came here looking to see if anyone else spotted some of the audio issues.
UrquhartBluff's avatar
UrquhartBluff
The cover for the vinyl in both this and the Movement box set came damaged with a seam split at the bottom. The record sits loosely in the box so it's obviously getting damaged in transit. Has anyone else had this issue?
zentao1's avatar
zentao1
Honestly, one of the best reissues that I have...and possibly even better mix/pressing that several of my original versions.

The dead wax is very similar to my original Canadian pressing and I've always liked the sound of that version. The book and additional material are museum quality, in my opinion. I love this reissue...

Probably my favourite album and I feel that a lot of care was put into this reissue. I highly recommend picking it up!!!