N Is For New Order
*Originally released March 21st 2019*
Doug and Steve come barreling back with the follow-up to their Joy Division episode, looking at the off-shoot band New Order. The boys talk about the evolution of pop music, Rhino Entertainment, and the rise of the Lizard People.
Six Degrees From King Crimson:
New Order -> Stephen Hague -> Pet Shop Boys -> Andy Mackay -> Roxy Music -> Brian Eno / Bryan Ferry -> King Crimson
New Order -> Flood -> U2 -> Brian Eno -> Robert Fripp -> King Crimson
Music featured this week:
Bizarre Love Triangle - Brotherhood
True Faith - Substance 1987
Crystal - Get Ready
12:11 - Here's the extremely interesting but kind of bizarre documentary The New Order Story
16:45 - Steve means 90125 by Yes
22:03 - In this case, "Blue Monday" is the first track on the second disc of the collector's release, but is also halfway through the album on the American cassette and CD releases
29:41 - If you'd like to go through all those songs again in their entirety, here you go: Donna Summer "Our Love", Klein & MBO "Dirty Talk", Kraftwerk "Uranium", Sylvester "You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)", and New Order "Blue Monday". You can also check out Orgy's cover of "Blue Monday" here.
1:02:22 - Here, take a look at "Somebody Told Me" by The Killers and compare it to the video below
Age Of Consent - Power, Corruption & Lies
Every Little Counts - Brotherhood
Working Overtime - Waiting For The Siren's Call
Temptation - Temptation [single]
The Perfect Kiss - Low-Life
Recoil - Lost Sirens
New Order's Official Website
New Order's YouTube Channel
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