Waiting for the Sirens Call Import
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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.
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W.F.T.S.C is an amazing album, and here it is broken down;
1- Who's Joe- Good Question, but this song is a great opener and is very good with Peter Hook's Bass Riff.5/5
2- Hey Now What You Doing- Great song with a constant beat that keeps on going.4/5
3- Waiting For The Siren's Call- This would be my least favorite song on the album, but it is good no doubt about it 4/5
4- Krafty- The first single and it has a great beat with great simple lyrics by Bernard. Really stands out. 4.5/5
5- I Told You So- This song speaks for itself and the beat just makes you want to dance! 5/5
6- Morning Night And Day- Sounds Really good and theres nothing bad about it! more great lyrics and smooth riffs. 4/5
7- Dracula's Castle- AMAZING! the CD's climax and is very stong
one of the best on the album! 5/5
8- Jetstream- This Song makes you get up and can turn that frown upside down...its so good and catchey! 5/5
9- Guilt Is A Usless Emotion- This Song again makes you want to dance, this one it again one of the best and you wont want it to end! 4.5/5
10- Turn- This is probibally the best because its not over-done and its so smooth and easy to listen to! 5/5
11- Working Overtime- great beat and it get you motivated and its a great way to close off an amazing album! 4.5/5
Waiting for the siren's call is a must have if your a New Order fan and this is a CD that you will never get bord of and you can listen to it over and over again! and its a great $14 spent if you love music!
Beautiful melodies, great production, and Peter Hook's amazing bass work come together to show case a band that sounds like they are just hitting their stride. I know that sounds ridiculous to a long time New Order fan, but would a newbie know otherwise? Would they be able to guess that their members are almost 50 yrs old and have been around as a group for almost 30 yrs (including Joy Division)? No way.
While some bands around for this long end up embarrassing themselves, New Order sound fresh and have put together their most cohesive effort. Not a dud in the bunch. No excuses or "hey they sound pretty good considering.." This work stands on its own. Who's Joe? was one of my favourite songs 2005. Turn, Morning Night & Day, ....k, i'll stop.
New Order fans - get this CD and give it repeated listens!
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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