New Order ‎– Substance

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Qwest Records ‎– 1-25621, Qwest Records ‎– 9 25621-1
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, SRC Pressing
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A1 Ceremony
Producer – Martin HannettWritten-By – Joy Division
4:22
A2 Everything's Gone Green
Producer – Martin Hannett
5:30
A3 Temptation
Engineer – Michael Johnson
6:58
B1 Blue Monday 8:12
B2 Confusion
Engineer – Michael JohnsonWritten-By – Arthur Baker
4:41
B3 Thieves Like Us
Written-By – Arthur Baker
6:36
C1 The Perfect Kiss
Producer – Michael Johnson
8:46
C2 Subculture
Remix – John Robie
4:47
C3 Shellshock
Written-By – John Robie
6:27
D1 State Of The Nation 6:31
D2 Bizarre Love Triangle
Remix – Shep Pettibone
6:41
D3 True Faith
Producer – Stephen HagueWritten-By – Stephen Hague
5:53

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A1: Published by Fractured Music / Zomba Music Ltd.
A2, A3, B1, C1, C2, D1 & D2 Published by Bemusic PRS / adm. by WB Music Corp. ASCAP
B2, B3 Published by Shakin' Baker Music BMI / Bemusic PRS / adm. by WB Music Corp. ASCAP / Indulgent Music BMI
C3 Published by Bemusic PRS / adm. by WB Music Corp. ASCAP
D3 Published by Bemusic PRS / adm. by WB Music Corp. ASCAP/Cut Music Ltd./MCA Music 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.
Made in U.S.A.
℗ 1987 Qwest Records.
© 1987 Qwest Records.

Some other copies have a promo stamp on the front:
"Lent for Promotional Use Only Any Sale or
Unauthorized Transfer is Prohibited and Void Subject
to Return Upon Demand by Owner Acceptance of This
Record Constitues Agreement to the Above"

Pressed by Specialty Records Corporation (SRC). Also Allied (ARC) pressings available.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7599-25621-1 9
  • Matrix / Runout (A): 1-25621-A-SH 1 DMM 0-1 B-28211-SH1-DMM PRECISION AL-SP 17279 3-1
  • Matrix / Runout (B): 1-25621-B-SH 1 DMM B-28212-SH1- DMM PRECISION 17279-X 2-1 SPO-15M1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (C): 1-25621-C-SH 1 DMM B-28213-SH1- DMM 17280 PRECISION 1-2 0-1
  • Matrix / Runout (D): 1-25621-D-SH 1 DMM 0-15M1-2 PRECISION AL-SP 17280-X 2-1

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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nois3b0y

nois3b0y

June 29, 2017

While the content on this album is amazing, the mixing and mastering could have been done differently. When I listen to the singles of the same songs, it's clear that these versions lare lacking in dynamic range and raw energy...too much compression. I'm very curious to hear the unofficial splatter pattern 2016 release to see which originals they used and if they compare more closely to the singles released. Don't get me wrong, it's still a great album that's worth having.
lovemacheen

lovemacheen

August 5, 2003

This is such a good double LP. One thing that stands out in this album is Blue Monday, I remember all the lowered disco mini trucks in L.A. playing that tune all the time. It sounded really cool to hear it increase in volume then fade away when the cha cha's would pass. I mean totally, every disco dude played this about 3 months straight.
Another thing about this album is that you can't go wrong with it everybody has a thing for this album.Get Substance.