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Japanese edition of their 2005 album includes three bonus tracks, 'Krafty' (Japanese Version - Exclusive to this pressing,) 'Krafty' (The Glimmers 12-inch Extended) and Krafty (Phones Reality Remix). The album was recorded in several British studios throughout 2004 and features a 'dancier' angle as opposed to the guitar-heavy 'Get Ready'. This is New Order's first record made without founding keyboardist Gillian Gilbert. . London Recording. 2005.
The Killers. Interpol. Franz Ferdinand. Without New Order's influence they could have all ended up making albums of country & western ballads. Since the demise of Joy Division in 1980, the British synth-pop quartet has been diligently changing the course of popular music, lobbing unlikely but inventive hits like "Blue Monday" and "True Faith" into the charts. Twenty-five years on, New Order remains shockingly vital. Its eighth proper album overflows with shimmering melodies, anchored by Peter Hook's spine-tingling bass lines and Bernard Sumner's thin but emotive voice in thrilling new songs like "Krafty" and "Dracula's Castle." -- Aidin Vaziri --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Now i heard New Order from my dad, and i hated it, and he made me listen to "Get Ready" after a few listens i was in love with the music so i went and got... Read morePublished on March 8 2006 by Will
Being an Avid New Order fan I am always excited to hear anything new from them. Sadly, I have to say "New Order has forgotten how to make music! Read morePublished on Nov. 2 2005 by ADRIAN D'AGOSTINO