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New OrderSubstance

Label:Factory – Facd 200
Format:
2 x CD, Compilation
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock, Pop
Style:Synth-pop, Indie Rock

Tracklist

1-1Ceremony
Written-ByJoy Division
4:23
1-2Everything's Gone Green5:30
1-3Temptation
EngineerMichael Johnson
6:59
1-4Blue Monday7:29
1-5Confusion
EngineerMichael Johnson
Written-ByArthur Baker
4:43
1-6Thieves Like Us6:37
1-7Perfect Kiss8:02
1-8Subculture
RemixJohn Robie
4:47
1-9Shellshock
Producer, Written-ByJohn Robie
6:29
1-10State Of The Nation6:32
1-11Bizarre Love Triangle
RemixShep Pettibone
6:44
1-12True Faith
Producer, Written-ByStephen Hague
5:55
2-1In A Lonely Place
Written-ByJoy Division
6:16
2-2Procession4:27
2-3Cries And Whispers3:25
2-4Hurt6:59
2-5The Beach7:19
2-6Confused Instrumental
Producer, Written-ByArthur Baker
7:38
2-7Lonesome Tonight5:11
2-8Murder3:55
2-9Thieves Like Us (Instrumental)
Producer, Written-ByArthur Baker
6:57
2-10Kiss Of Death
ProducerMichael Johnson
7:02
2-11Shame Of The Nation
Producer, Written-ByJohn Robie
7:54
2-121963
Producer, Written-ByStephen Hague
5:35
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"Fat" jewel double CD Box with 4 page folded booklet (track listing with recording dates) plus two inserts.

Features original 12" versions with the exception of Temptation and Confusion, which are re-recordings from May 1987 and The Perfect Kiss, Shellshock, Subculture and Hurt which are edited.
Ceremony is the 1981 re-recorded version with Gillian Gilbert.
Track 2-3 is wrongly listed as Mesh.

All titles published by Bemusic / Warner Bros Music Ltd except:
1-1 & 2-1: Fractured Music / Zomba Music Ltd
1-5, 1-6, 2-7 & 2-9: Shakin' Baker Music BMI / Bemusic / Warner Bros Music Ltd
1-9 & 2-11: Bemusic / Warner Bros Music Ltd / Indulgent Music
1-12 & 2-12: Bemusic / Warner Bros Music Ltd / Cut Music / MCA Music Inc.

A Factory Double Compact Disc
℗ 1987 Factory Communications Limited
© 1987 Factory Communications Limited

Made in UK by Nimbus.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 - Variation 1): FACD 200/1 :·: MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 - Variation 1): FACD 200/2 :: MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 - Variation 2): FACD 200/1 ::: MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 - Variation 2): FACD 200/2 ::: MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 - Variation 3): FACD 200/1 :: MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 - Variation 3): FACD 200/2 : MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 - Variation 4): FACD 200/1 :·: MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 - Variation 4): FACD 200/2 :· MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 - Variation 5): FACD 200/1 :: ·MASTERED· ·BY NIMBUS·
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 - Variation 5): FACD 200/2 : ·MASTERED· ·BY NIMBUS·
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 - Variation 6): FACD 200/1 ⋮:⋮ ·MASTERED· ·BY NIMBUS·
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 - Variation 6): FACD 200/2 :⋮: ·MASTERED· ·BY NIMBUS·
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 - Variation 7): FACD 200/1 :⁝: MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 - Variation 7): FACD 200/2 :⁝: MASTERED BY NIMBUS

Other Versions (5 of 156)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Substance (2×CD, Compilation)Factory, PolyGram832 616-2Canada1987
Substance (2×LP, Compilation, Embossed Letters)FactoryFact 200UK1987
Substance (2×LP, Compilation, SRC Pressing)Qwest Records, Qwest Records1-25621, 9 25621-1US1987
Substance (Cassette, Compilation, SRC)Qwest Records, Qwest Records9 25621-4, 4 -25621US1987
Substance (2×CD, Compilation, Standard Jewel Cases)Qwest Records9 25621-2US1987

Reviews

southpawgrammar's avatar
Edited one year ago
"Substance" collects the majority of New Order's single-only releases and any that were did appear on albums are alternative versions or mixes. Consisting entirely of protracted mixes designed for club play and serious indie collectors, the compilation is not, however, overly demanding on the casual fan, and is perhaps the best overview of New Order's successful venture into the dance rock revolution of the late 1980s, and effectively showcases twenty four individual sublime reasons as to why they were held in such high esteem by pretentious music critics. "Substance" also demonstrates the band's songwriting ability, adept musicality and flair for innovation, as evidenced by the glorious "Blue Monday", an eight-minute near instrumental that would become the best-selling 12'' single of all-time and remains widely acclaimed to this day. At their musical and creative peak, with each exceptional track seguing into the next and yet still managing to hold its own, New Order released "Substance" at exactly the most opportune time, and is now rightly regarded an invaluable part of the band's extensive discography.

Rating: 5/5
eliks_postindustry's avatar
Edited 15 years ago
This is a timeless release. Substance captures the 12" mixes of the classic New Order singles (mostly off-album), scattered around the band's discog like bolts from above. Great moments - fast synth line on "Everything...", beats and bass on "Blue Monday", refrain on re-recorded "Temptation", and the smashing peak of "The Perfect Kiss". I also recommend visiting again the "Lonely Place", dating back to the Joy Division days, especially now in the eve of Control. The set is obviously dated, but the songs have not grown colder a bit. Enjoy it.