New Order ‎– Movement

Factory ‎– FACT. 50c
Cassette, Album


A1 Dreams Never End 3:13
A2 Truth 4:37
A3 Senses 4:45
A4 Chosen Time 4:07
B1 ICB 4:33
B2 The Him 5:29
B3 Doubts Even Here 4:16
B4 Denial 4:20

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Housed in plastic case.

Published By B Music.
A Factory Communications Product.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 016839 400503

Other Versions (5 of 101) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FACT. 50, FACT 50 New Order Movement(LP, Album, A2 ) Factory, Factory FACT. 50, FACT 50 UK 1981 Sell This Version
WPCR-13166/7, WPCR-13581~2 New Order Movement(CD, Album, Promo, RE + CD, Comp, Promo + Dlx, RE, ) London Records, London Records WPCR-13166/7, WPCR-13581~2 Japan 2010 Sell This Version
33CY-1220 New Order Movement(CD, Album) Factory 33CY-1220 Japan 1986 Sell This Version
Fact 50c, FACT 50c New Order Movement(Cass, Album + Box) Factory, Factory Fact 50c, FACT 50c UK 1986 Sell This Version
2564693694 New Order Movement(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM) London Records, Rhino Records (2) 2564693694 UK 2008 Sell This Version



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October 10, 2007
A couple of songs on 'Movement' stem from the initial songwriting session the band undertook in the summer of 1980. 'Dreams Never End' and 'Truth' were both played at the initial New Order concerts (still played as trio) in the US that September. At this point it was still undecided as to who should be vocalist. The interim solution was that all three members took turns at singing before finally deciding that Bernard Sumner should take the main vocalist's role with Peter Hook as back-up (though he takes lead on 'Dreams Never End' and 'Doubts Even Here'). The introduction in November 1980 of Gillian Gilbert, Stephen Morris's girlfriend, lightened the burden on Sumner who had to play guitar, keyboards and sing (something he found impossible to do simultaneously) and enabled the band to pursue a more electronic approach.