Their first visit was in 1988, to complete the notoriously hedonistic sessions for their ecstasy-fuelled rave-pop classic, Technique. They played at the 'T in the Park' festival in Scotland on 3 and 4 July 2012 and at the EXIT Festival in Novi Sad Serbia on 13 July 2012. Be real, now.”, 1985's Low-Life refined and sometimes mixed the two styles, guitar-based and electronic, and included "The Perfect Kiss"—the video for which was filmed by Jonathan Demme—and "Sub-culture". "The Rest of New Order" is the companion piece to the compilation "The Best of New Order," offering previously-released and rare remixes of the band's hits. “But they didn’t. | News | Artrocker",, CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown, Articles with unsourced statements from March 2009, Articles with peacock terms from August 2017, Articles with unsourced statements from August 2017, Articles with unsourced statements from December 2018, Articles with unsourced statements from February 2018, Articles with unsourced statements from February 2019, Wikipedia articles with BIBSYS identifiers, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 7 November 2020, at 21:38. Further complicating the news, NewOrderOnline, a website with support from New Order management, reported that according to "a source close to the band", "The news about the split is false... New Order still exists despite what [Hook] said … Peter Hook can leave the band, but this doesn't mean the end of New Order. “The way that circumstances evolve the people,” he says. He’s said so many bad things about not just me but the rest of the band. “After drugs and religion, litigation is next in the list of rock and roll pursuits,” Morris laughs. “Tilly said, dead excited, ‘Mum, will you watch Bake Off with me?’ No. (The Rest Of) NewOrder, Cass, Comp + Cass, Single + Ltd, 8286614, FREE MC1. In an objection, he claimed that they set up a new company behind his back and it has generated an income of £7.8 million in four years while he received only a fraction of that. [citation needed] The song was included however on the cassette format in some countries, such as Australia and New Zealand, and on the original North American CD release of the album, alongside its B-side, "The Beach". “One of the many unexpected problems of ageing is the amount of time the past takes up,” Morris sighs. [48], In November 2015, Peter Hook sued Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris and Gillian Gilbert. But after a turbulent decade of angry splits and legal spats, there is a little more joy and a little less division in the New Order ranks these days. And the band are no strangers to the collaborative process…. And it got to the point where it was like a football team with two strikers, and one of them won’t pass the ball, ’cos he wants to score. Before we had children, that was all we’d do, me and Steve, talk about New Order. “Categorically. Various DJs are roped in to give these songs an updated sound, and they pull it off with varying degrees of success. Bassist Peter Hook contributed to New Order's sound by developing an idiosyncratic bass guitar technique. Substance was an important album in collecting the group's 12-inch singles onto CD for the first time and featured new versions of "Temptation" and "Confusion"—referred to as "Temptation '87" and "Confusion '87". Republic, released around the world in 1993, spawned the singles "Regret"—New Order's highest-charting single in the US—"Ruined in a Day", "World", and "Spooky". The two-disc release was an updated version of the Substance collection and contained every single released from their 1981 debut all the way through to "Waiting for the Sirens' Call". “The south west always seems to me to be a very creative and inspirational place to live and work,” Morris says. Then New Order were asked to play a couple of benefit gigs for film-maker Michael Shamberg, an old friend, and though relations with Hooky were still too bad for him to play, Gilbert returned. But Music Complete is also a revelation because, as a piece of work, it’s not what you expect. "Blue Monday" was released as a single for a third time to promote the collection. After a couple of under-performing, guitar-laden albums (2001’s Get Ready and 2005’s Waiting for the Sirens’ Call), and a collection of archive material in 2013, New Order’s 10th LP is cheerful, synth-y and eclectic. And we used to move around everybody else. It might come as a shock to anyone who has worked with New Order in the past, but they’re here to get on with the job. “Oh God,” says Gilbert, with fervour. [59] He has recorded one album with the band Revenge with Davyth Hicks and Chris Jones and two with Monaco (both as bassist, keyboardist and lead vocalist) with David Potts. It’s not important.”, Morris was happy to have Gilbert back, though she has a tendency, he says, to listen to something he’s spent ages doing, and then dismiss it. The look of horror! In the past, he’s regaled me with stories such as the time he woke up with his head in a bucket because he’d chucked up in there during the night and got his head stuck; or when he threw up in JFK airport and had to put a shopping bag full of puke through the security x-ray. [75] During such live gigs, Sumner alternated between guitar, keyboards, melodica and (on the track "Confusion") bass; Gilbert switched between keyboards and guitar, Morris between drums and keyboards, and Hook played both bass and electronic drums.