True Faith - A Tribute to New Order
 : True Faith - A Tribute to New Order

from: CD Baby

Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0601171602729
Item Dimensions: 22
Label: CD Baby
Manufacturer: CD Baby
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: CD Baby
Release Date: December 19, 2001
Studio: CD Baby

Disc 1:
  1. True Faith – Intact featuring Robert Enforsen
  2. Bizarre Love Triangle - Days of Fate
  3. Confusion - Seabound
  4. Thieves Like Us - Shades of Grey
  5. Ceremony - Atlantic Popes
  6. Love Vigilante - Hungry Lucy
  7. Temptation - Invisible Limits
  8. Blue Monday - Wave In Head
  9. Perfect Kiss - Paradoxx
  10. Every Little Counts - Equatronic
  11. Vanishing Point - Provision
  12. Shellshock - D'Woolve
  13. Your Silent Face - Persona
  14. 1963 - Dark Distant Spaces
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Product Description:
If the term “enigma” were ever to be used to describe a band, that band would be New Order. Rising from the ashes and terrible circumstances which dismantled the acclaimed, cult phenomenon, Joy Division in 1980, New Order became a legend. Members Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, Gillian Gilbert and Stephen Morris single-handedly transcended all the misnomers associated with the post-punk movement of the early 80’s and created a wickedly clever hybrid of sound, vision and idealism. Or, to put more plainly and succinctly, a beautiful marriage of modern gloom rock with a synthesizer mentality which has since never been replicated as effectively. All at once, their music and lyrics could send the spirit soaring with gleeful abandonment or suck you into a depressive, loathing state of being.

However one decides to interpret the band, nothing can take away from the massive amount of adoration enjoyed both in their home of Great Britain and all over the world. To this day, dance floor staples like “Bizarre Love Triangle,” “Blue Monday,” “True Faith,” and “Perfect Kiss” still get continuous spins in clubs and critical favorites like “1963,” “Temptation,” and “Shellshock” still get their share of airtime on flashback radio shows (sort of what we’d refer to as the ‘golden oldies’ of our generation.) After experimenting with their various side-projects over the years (Electronic, Revenge, The Other Two) with varying degrees of success, the band reformed recently and released their first album of original material in over 8 years.But never before has the European and U.S. modern synthpop scenes paid homage to one of their primary inspirations. We specifically chose artists whom we felt had the tenacity and talent to contribute a unique interpretation while respecting the original’s integrity. Many of these bands will be recognized by other Synthphony Records’ releases such as Shades Of Grey, Dark Distant Spaces, Persona and Intact, while others are our special guest newcomers: Wave In Head, Seabound, D’Woolve, Paradoxx, Hungry Lucy, Equatronic and Provision. Still, there are some veterans who were enthusiastically committed to the project like “Celebrate The None,” “Invisible Limits,” “Atlantic Popes (Alphaville),” and “Days Of Fate.” As always, support the ban! ds who brought you this fantastic collection; their music keeps the disco soul of New Order alive for our future.

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