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In his 2016 autobiography Substance: Inside New Order, Peter Hook writes: “I’ve often said that the magic of New Order was all that push-and-pull between the rock and electronic sides of the music, the yin and yang of Barney [Sumner] and me.” Power, Corruption & Lies, New Order’s second studio album released in May 1983, confirms this comment and features an even more electronic sound. With its famous cover art that depicts a reworking by graphic designer Peter Saville of 19th century French painter Henri Fantin-Latour’s Un panier de roses (A basket of roses), the record alternates between innovative electro-pop (5-6-8) and synthetic cold wave (Your Silent Face), but also more classic post-punk (Age of Consent). What’s more, Sumner’s vocals are his own and the influence of Ian Curtis is a distant memory. With Power, Corruption & Lies, New Order fused the influences of Kraftwerk and Giorgio Moroder to give birth to their own unstoppable compositions, cornerstones for the British electronic pop of that era. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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1
Age of Consent
00:05:15

Gillian Gilbert, Producer, Guitar, Programmer, Writer, Synthesizer - Stephen Morris, Producer, Drums, Programmer, Writer, Synthesizer - New Order, MainArtist - BERNARD SUMNER, Producer, Guitar, Programmer, Vocals, Writer, Synthesizer, Melodica - PETER HOOK, Producer, Bass Guitar, Writer, Electric Percussion - Michael Johnson, Engineer - Barry Sage, Assistant Engineer - Mark Boyne, Assistant Engineer

© 1983 Warner Records 90 Ltd ℗ 1983 Warner Music UK Ltd

2
We All Stand
00:05:14

Gillian Gilbert, Producer, Guitar, Programmer, Writer, Synthesizer - Stephen Morris, Producer, Drums, Programmer, Writer, Synthesizer - New Order, MainArtist - BERNARD SUMNER, Producer, Guitar, Programmer, Vocals, Writer, Synthesizer, Melodica - PETER HOOK, Producer, Bass Guitar, Writer, Electric Percussion - Michael Johnson, Engineer - Barry Sage, Assistant Engineer - Mark Boyne, Assistant Engineer

© 1983 Warner Records 90 Ltd ℗ 1983 Warner Music UK Ltd

3
The Village
00:04:37

Gillian Gilbert, Producer, Guitar, Programmer, Writer, Synthesizer - Stephen Morris, Producer, Drums, Programmer, Writer, Synthesizer - New Order, MainArtist - BERNARD SUMNER, Producer, Guitar, Programmer, Vocals, Writer, Synthesizer, Melodica - PETER HOOK, Producer, Bass Guitar, Writer, Electric Percussion - Michael Johnson, Engineer - Barry Sage, Assistant Engineer - Mark Boyne, Assistant Engineer

© 1983 Warner Records 90 Ltd ℗ 1983 Warner Music UK Ltd

4
5 8 6
00:07:30

Gillian Gilbert, Producer, Guitar, Programmer, Writer, Synthesizer - Stephen Morris, Producer, Drums, Programmer, Writer, Synthesizer - New Order, MainArtist - BERNARD SUMNER, Producer, Guitar, Programmer, Vocals, Writer, Synthesizer, Melodica - PETER HOOK, Producer, Bass Guitar, Writer, Electric Percussion - Michael Johnson, Engineer - Barry Sage, Assistant Engineer - Mark Boyne, Assistant Engineer

© 1983 Warner Records 90 Ltd ℗ 1983 Warner Music UK Ltd

5
Your Silent Face
00:06:00

Gillian Gilbert, Producer, Guitar, Programmer, Writer, Synthesizer - Stephen Morris, Producer, Drums, Programmer, Writer, Synthesizer - New Order, MainArtist - BERNARD SUMNER, Producer, Guitar, Programmer, Vocals, Writer, Synthesizer, Melodica - PETER HOOK, Producer, Bass Guitar, Writer, Electric Percussion - Michael Johnson, Engineer - Barry Sage, Assistant Engineer - Mark Boyne, Assistant Engineer

© 1983 Warner Records 90 Ltd ℗ 1983 Warner Music UK Ltd

6
Ultraviolence
00:04:51

Gillian Gilbert, Producer, Guitar, Programmer, Writer, Synthesizer - Stephen Morris, Producer, Drums, Programmer, Writer, Synthesizer - New Order, MainArtist - BERNARD SUMNER, Producer, Guitar, Programmer, Vocals, Writer, Synthesizer, Melodica - PETER HOOK, Producer, Bass Guitar, Writer, Electric Percussion - Michael Johnson, Engineer - Barry Sage, Assistant Engineer - Mark Boyne, Assistant Engineer

© 1983 Warner Records 90 Ltd ℗ 1983 Warner Music UK Ltd

7
Ecstacy
00:04:26

Gillian Gilbert, Producer, Guitar, Programmer, Writer, Synthesizer - Stephen Morris, Producer, Drums, Programmer, Writer, Synthesizer - New Order, MainArtist - BERNARD SUMNER, Producer, Guitar, Programmer, Vocals, Writer, Synthesizer, Melodica - PETER HOOK, Producer, Bass Guitar, Writer, Electric Percussion - Michael Johnson, Engineer - Barry Sage, Assistant Engineer - Mark Boyne, Assistant Engineer

© 1983 Warner Records 90 Ltd ℗ 1983 Warner Music UK Ltd

8
Leave Me Alone
00:04:42

Gillian Gilbert, Producer, Guitar, Programmer, Writer, Synthesizer - Stephen Morris, Producer, Drums, Programmer, Writer, Synthesizer - New Order, MainArtist - BERNARD SUMNER, Producer, Guitar, Programmer, Vocals, Writer, Synthesizer, Melodica - PETER HOOK, Producer, Bass Guitar, Writer, Electric Percussion - Michael Johnson, Engineer - Barry Sage, Assistant Engineer - Mark Boyne, Assistant Engineer

© 1983 Warner Records 90 Ltd ℗ 1983 Warner Music UK Ltd

Album Description

In his 2016 autobiography Substance: Inside New Order, Peter Hook writes: “I’ve often said that the magic of New Order was all that push-and-pull between the rock and electronic sides of the music, the yin and yang of Barney [Sumner] and me.” Power, Corruption & Lies, New Order’s second studio album released in May 1983, confirms this comment and features an even more electronic sound. With its famous cover art that depicts a reworking by graphic designer Peter Saville of 19th century French painter Henri Fantin-Latour’s Un panier de roses (A basket of roses), the record alternates between innovative electro-pop (5-6-8) and synthetic cold wave (Your Silent Face), but also more classic post-punk (Age of Consent). What’s more, Sumner’s vocals are his own and the influence of Ian Curtis is a distant memory. With Power, Corruption & Lies, New Order fused the influences of Kraftwerk and Giorgio Moroder to give birth to their own unstoppable compositions, cornerstones for the British electronic pop of that era. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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