16 Songs, 1 Hour 7 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This mid-'90s collection lays out New Order's catalogue in all its brilliance (and ambiguity, as suggested by the cover art). The sweetly barbed soundtrack excerpt "Let's Go (Nothing for Me)" rubs up against Movement's chilly "Dreams Never End", and sparkling album cuts from Technique and Republic balance sharp-edged dance mixes of staples like "Blue Monday" and "Bizarre Love Triangle". For fans and newcomers alike, it's a great place to find all the band's liveliest material (including the 1990 England national team anthem "World in Motion") in one place.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This mid-'90s collection lays out New Order's catalogue in all its brilliance (and ambiguity, as suggested by the cover art). The sweetly barbed soundtrack excerpt "Let's Go (Nothing for Me)" rubs up against Movement's chilly "Dreams Never End", and sparkling album cuts from Technique and Republic balance sharp-edged dance mixes of staples like "Blue Monday" and "Bizarre Love Triangle". For fans and newcomers alike, it's a great place to find all the band's liveliest material (including the 1990 England national team anthem "World in Motion") in one place.

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