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New Order : Retro 4 CD boxset £10.00 instore @ HMV

£10.00 @ HMV
Spotted in Norwich Gentlemens Walk store today, several copies on display. Beautiful packaging as well. Comprehensive four-CD box set from Mancunian dance music pioneers compiled by four high pro…
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6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago
Spotted in Norwich Gentlemens Walk store today, several copies on display. Beautiful packaging as well.

Comprehensive four-CD box set from Mancunian dance music pioneers compiled by four high profile fans: journalists Miranda Sawyer and John McReady, former Hacienda DJ Mike Pickering and Primal Scream frontman Bobby Gillespie. What it amounts to is a greatest hits disc, an early years set, a collection of dance remixes and a live album. Features several rarities, making it very attractive to collectors.

Disc one: Pop - Selected by Miranda Sawyer, journalist.

"Fine Time" (from Technique) – 4:42
"Temptation" (from 12" single Fac63) – 8:42
"True Faith" (from Substance) – 5:53
"The Perfect Kiss" (from Low-Life) – 4:49
"Ceremony" (Joy Division) (from 12" single Fac33) – 4:24
"Regret" (from Republic) – 4:08
"Crystal" (from Get Ready) – 6:49
"Bizarre Love Triangle" (from Brotherhood) – 4:21
"Confusion" (from 12" single Fac93) – 8:13
"Round and Round" (from Technique) – 4:31
"Blue Monday" (from 12" single Fac73) – 7:28
"Brutal" (from The Beach Motion Picture Soundtrack) (not on the limited edition box set) – 4:49
"Slow Jam" (from Get Ready) (not on the limited edition box set) – 4:52
"Everyone Everywhere" (from Republic) (not on the limited edition box set) – 4:25
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Disc two: Fan - Selected by John McCready, music journalist.

"Elegia" (from Low-Life) – 4:55
"In a Lonely Place" (Joy Division) (from 12" single Fac33) – 6:15
"Procession" (from 12" single Fac63) – 4:28
"Your Silent Face" (from Power, Corruption & Lies) – 5:59
"Sunrise" (from Low-Life) – 6:00
"Let's Go" – 3:53
"Broken Promise" (from Brotherhood) – 3:45
"Dreams Never End" (from Movement) – 3:12
"Cries and Whispers" (from Everything's Gone Green; single FBNL 8) – 3:25
"All Day Long" (from Brotherhood) – 5:10
"Sooner Than You Think" (from Low-Life) – 5:12
"Leave Me Alone" (from Power, Corruption & Lies) – 4:39
"Lonesome Tonight" (from 12" single Fac103) – 5:11
"Every Little Counts" (from Brotherhood) – 4:28
"Run Wild" (from Get Ready) – 3:56
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Disc three: Club - Selected by Mike Pickering, DJ.

"Confusion" (Koma & Bones vocal mix, with Bernard's new vocal) – 6:01
"Paradise" (Robert Racic mix) – 6:40
"Regret" (Sabres Slow 'n' Low mix) – 6:42
"Bizarre Love Triangle" (Shep Pettibone extended remix) – 6:42
"Shell Shock" (John Robie mix) – 6:28
"Fine Time" (Steve 'Silk' Hurley mix) – 6:16
"1963" ('95 Arthur Baker mix) – 5:04
"Touched by the Hand of God" (original version) – 3:42
"Everything's Gone Green" (original) – 5:31
"Blue Monday" (Jam & Spoon Manuela mix) – 6:39
"World in Motion" (Subbuteo mix, Pickering/Parke mix) – 5:08
"Here to Stay" (extended instrumental, Chemical Brothers remix) – 5:55
"Crystal" (Lee Coombs remix) – 7:03
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Disc four: Live - Selected by Bobby Gillespie, vocalist from Primal Scream.

"Ceremony" (Joy Division) (Studio 54, Barcelona, 7 July 1984) – 4:49
"Procession" (Polytechnic of Central London, 6 December 1985) – 3:34
"Everything's Gone Green" (Recreation Centre, Kingston-upon-Thames, Tolworth, London 12 March 1983) – 5:09
"In a Lonely Place" (Joy Division) (Glastonbury Festival, 20 June 1981) – 5:37
"Age of Consent" (Spectrum Arena, Warrington, 1 March 1986) – 5:02
"Elegia" (Glastonbury Festival, 19 June 1987) – 4:46
"The Perfect Kiss" (Glastonbury Festival, 19 June 1987) – 9:43
"Fine Time" (claims to be from Hoffman Estates, Chicago, 30 June 1989 but is really Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 5 July 1989) – 5:04
"World" (Starplex Amphitheatre, Dallas, 21 July 1993) – 4:46
"Regret" (Reading Festival, 31 August 1993) – 4:02
"As It Is When It Was" (Reading Festival, 31 August 1993) – 3:48
"Intermission by Alan Wise" (Olympia, Paris, 12 November 2001) – 1:20
"Crystal" (Big Day Out, Gold Coast, 20 January 2002) – 6:51
"Turn My Way" (Olympia, Liverpool, 18 July 2001) – 4:57
"Temptation" (Academy, Brixton, 10 October 2001) – 7:47
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#1
This is great! I want this but HMV Chester seems to be awful with their bargains :-(
#2
Still £20 in my local, unfortunately. The Joy Division boxset is the same price. Drop damnit, drop !
#3
Plunger07
Still £20 in my local, unfortunately. The Joy Division boxset is the same price. Drop damnit, drop !
it was £20 in my store yesterday, be patient!
#4
cracking box set - easilty worth £20+ - therefore an absolute steal if you can find it for a tenner
#5
Really good deal, I had this a while ago and sold it on Ebay for a large amount so glad to get it again.
#6
Looks like a great box set. Will have to hope they have it in my local HMV.
#7
I got this when it was on sale instore at HMV for £20, but was lucky enough to get a limited edition one with the 5 discs, worth it alone at the time for the full 10 minute version of "Elegia"
#8
I have the 5 disc version and its brilliant

As the above poster says above the long minute version of Elegia is so good

Edited By: krs on Aug 25, 2010 11:00: new info
#9
I underestimated, Elegia is actually 17m 30s, if anyone hasn't heard it, a link
#10
Steve, you've got to stop posting these deals, will have to see if my HMV has got this now...
#11
Been a while since I bought a CD, might need to break the habit for this though
#12
im going to show off.. ive got the 5 disk set autographed by all 4 members of New Order..
#13
krs
I have the 5 disc version and its brilliantAs the above poster says above the long minute version of Elegia is so good

Yeah, I've already got the 5 disc version, so haven't actually bought this deal. I got it when it came out, and paid something like £30. The long version of Elegia was my only reason for getting the 5 disc version. Still, £10 for the 4 disc set seemed an excellent deal to me, I'm gonna look out for the Joy Division boxset today!
#14
bunkum100
Steve, you've got to stop posting these deals, will have to see if my HMV has got this now...

As I said before, its become an addiction these past few days. Funnily enough, I hadnt bought anything instore for years. I normally browse the store to see whats out, then buy on-line cos its cheaper.
#15
Just to confirm Plymouth have this for £10 plus the Joy Division Box set.
#16
friendlydave4u
Just to confirm Plymouth have this for £10 plus the Joy Division Box set.


No stock of the Joy Division boxset in Norwich :(
#17
Not in the Stafford store :-(
#18
for Elegia fans check this brilliant short film:

http://store.happyproduct.com/watchmore.html

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