New Order And here we are in a rather busy, rather wet Wolverhampton to see one band who just keep on turning up. In their previous guise they came indie cult legends, with the ultimate sad twist of fate. In their current guise - they started of with one of the iconic dance floor 12 inch classics and after a while, went on to have hit after hit after hit. Lulls and hiatus’s, well they’re back with a shiny new album ‘Music Complete’ in tow. No blue Monday, a very warm welcome Tuesday to New Order.


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New Order New Order were a shining star in the music black hole that was the 1980s. They have never really gone away, having intermittently continued to produce good albums and to tour. The band emerged from the ashes of the legendary Joy Division, after lead singer Ian Curtis’s death. Their first album, Movement, was really a transition album where they searched for a new direction. Then along came the second album, Power, Corruption and Lies, along with the mega Blue Monday 12” single (reputedly the biggest ever selling 12”).


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