Friday, February 6, 2015

Ranking New Order: from 'Movement' to 'Waiting for the Siren's Call'

Today marks the 12th edition of a special series within my weekly feature, Friday On The Turntable - instead of looking at one album, I am featuring all of the studio albums from the UK band - New Order - and ranking them. It was a mammoth task, and proved frustrating when putting albums that I love against other ones that I love. Nonetheless, I've provided a ranked list - from #8 (good) - #1 (the best). 

If you would like the short / textual version of the list, please scroll past the video. If you would like to watch my video discussion, check out the embedded video below - and be sure to click 'Subscribe' on my Youtube channel - for immediate access to all of my video posts. As always, I look forward to reading your comments and feedback. Click on any of the album titles if you'd like to purchase them. At the very bottom of this article is a link to a playlist of New Order that I created in Spotify, which features my 3 favorite songs from each album. :)

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#8: Republic (1993)
3 Songs: Regret, Ruined in a Day, World

#7: Get Ready (2001)
3 Songs: Crystal, 60 Miles an Hour, Turn My Way

#6: Waiting for the Siren's Call (2005)
3 Songs: Waiting for the Siren's Call, Turn, Krafty

#5: Brotherhood (1986)
3 Songs: Bizarre Love Triangle, All Day Long, Weirdo

#4: Low-Life (1985)
3 Songs: Love Vigilantes, Elegia, Face Up

#3: Power, Corruption & Lies (1983)
3 Songs: Age of Consent, The Village, Your Silent Face / Leave Me Alone

#2: Movement (1981)
3 Songs: Dreams Never End, The Him, Doubts Even Here

#1: Technique (1989)
3 Songs: Run, Vanishing Point, All The Way

My '3 Favorites from each album' Playlist:

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