New Order to reissue debut album as box set

/ 10:14 PM December 20, 2018
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British singer and guitarist Bernard Sumner of British new wave and electro-pop band New Order. Image: AFP/Fred Dufour

British band New Order are reissuing their 1981 debut album “Movement” as a box set, which will include the original album on both vinyl and CD (with a replica of the original sleeve designed by Peter Saville), a bonus CD of previously unreleased songs, a DVD featuring live shows and TV spots, and a hardcover book.

“Movement” was recorded less than a year following the tragic death of Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis, and introduced the surviving band members, along with Gillian Gilbert, as a new band with a new sound.


Starting March 8, the band will also reissue four 12″ vinyl singles that were released around the same time: “Ceremony (version 1)”, “Ceremony (version 2)”, “Everything’s Gone Green” and “Temptation”.

New Order last released “Music Complete” in 2015.


“Movement (Definitive Edition)” is out April 5, 2019 via Rhino. JB


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