Movement [Collector's Edition]

September 29, 2008 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: September 29, 2008
  • Release Date: September 29, 2008
  • Label: Rhino/Warner Bros.
  • Copyright: 2008 London Records 90 Ltd.
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  • Total Length: 1:29:51
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  • ASIN: B001KQICBC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,252 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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The new 2 CD version of `Movement' is the best of the New Order re-releases.
H. Jin
The album proper definitely sounds much more like Joy Division's darker post-punk sound than the more upbeat sounds of New Order's later albums.
jeffintally
If you are a fan of New Order, you should do the same, as well as buying your own copy of Movement.
Mark Gasper

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88 of 98 people found the following review helpful By paul on November 12, 2008
Format: Audio CD
The MUSIC on these New Order reissues get a 5/5, easily. However, there were far too many egregious mistakes made in the creation of the discs themselves to give them a pass. Only the first discs were re-mastered though they still have some problems, it is the bonus discs that are an absolute mess.

Warner Music/Rhino know about these problems, but there is yet no word on any forthcoming fixes. So I'd hold off until these issues are addressed.

Noted below are the specific problems with the Movement reissue:

1. Dreams Never End
2. Truth
3. Senses
4. Chosen Time
5. I.C.B
6. The Him - Glitch at 5:25-5:26
7. Doubts Even Here
8. Denial

- bonus disc:
1. Ceremony
2. Temptation (click at 3:47)
3. In A Lonely Place (levels are maxed out which has caused clipping)
4. Everything's Gone Green
5. Procession
6. Cries & Whispers (mislabeled as "Mesh") (glitches at 0:06, 0:07, 0:08, 0:28, 0:34, and 0:45)
7. Hurt - (Glitches at 0:00, 0:37, 1:05[right channel pop], 1:07, 3:04, 3:48, 4:06, 6:19, 6:24, 7:07, 7:26, 7:59)
8. Mesh (mislabeled as "Cries & Whispers") - Evidence of scratched vinyl at 0:28, 0:30, 0:35, 0:37, 1:05, 1:07, 1:09, 1:12, 1:14, 1:19, 1:21, 1:40, 1:41, 2:08, 2:09, 2:17, 2:18, 2:19, 2:24, 2:26, 2:28, 2:33, 2:35. In addition, digital glitches at: 0:07, 0:20, 0:44, 0:58, 1:00, 1:25, 1:33, 1:37, 1:44, 1:47, 1:49, 1:56, 1:58, 2:12, 2:22, 2:37, 2:40, 2:49, 2:54, 2:56. Sudden convergence to mono at 1:35.
9. Ceremony (Alt. Version) -L/R channels swapped
10. Temptation - Left channel crackle at 0:24
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By dietermod on August 26, 2009
Format: Audio CD
These CD's have been in effect recalled for numerous sonic errors primarily on the second disks. DO NOT BUY the November 11, 2008 versions. Rhino has re-released them as of August 25, 2009. These are the corrected versions.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By M. Overberg on December 1, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Just a note to Warners: And a Warning about source material for fans. I didn't know there were so many issues with these "Collectors Series"
Didn't Substance 1987 have better sources for some of the bonus material, or if you are lucky to have FACTUS 8 Everythings Gone Green CD. I guess New Order didn't rate very high with Warner to have better source material. I don't recall there being issues with Joy Divisions similar series.
And BTW don't pay over $20 if you do buy them. The imports aren't any different. I am a disappointed fan. SHAME
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By H. Jin on June 30, 2010
Format: Audio CD
The new 2 CD version of `Movement' is the best of the New Order re-releases. While the album itself was not one of their best, this version is generously augmented by a CD of essential non-album tracks from the period. Most of the other New Order re-releases contain "bonus tracks" that are mostly just remixes, making them take-it-or-leave-it propositions. But here, the bonus tracks are almost all original songs (apart from two 12" remixes), making the re-release a worthwhile purchase even for those who have the original album.

The first CD contains a "remastered" version of the original `Movement', which unfortunately doesn't do much to liberate the songs from Martin Hannett's thick, claustrophobic production. No real new revelations here, and my original review and 3-star rating for the album (posted elsewhere on Amazon) stands.

The second CD is what makes this re-release a great album. It's a valuable collection of all the non-album tracks from the band's early days, covering singles as well as the `Factus 8' EP. From the dark beauty of the final Joy Division tracks `Ceremony' and `In A Lonely Place' to the electronic stylings of `Everything's Gone Green' and `Temptation', these are all important songs that showcase New Order in transition between their post-punk roots and the more upbeat synth-based direction of `Power Corruption And Lies'. And it's not just the well-known singles, the rarer tracks here are real hidden gems in the New Order catalogue, such as `Mesh' and `Cries And Whispers' (a personal favourite). Note also that the original versions of `Ceremony' and `Temptation' are quite hard to come by elsewhere, so are valuable inclusions even for die-hard fans.

So this is definitely the version of `Movement' to seek out. For casual fans, it's a stronger and more complete starting point, and dedicated fans will appreciate having these rare songs and original mixes collected on one disc. Recommended.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By JG on July 20, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Movement is a dark, brooding, desperate record that resonates all these years later almost as well as Joy Division's two albums. I hesitate to think of another album that oozes raw emotion as blatantly and tragically. These songs are deftly composed manifestations of the sadness and fear these young men were living, but without a hint of self-indulgence or disingenuousness. Movement stands alone; it offers us only occasional glimpses into the future of the band and only tangentially hearkens back to Joy Division's characteristic sound. The album is an important historical witness to a vital turning point not only for the band but also in the burgeoning canon of post-punk music and the British sound that would in many ways define the new decade. A true classic in every sense.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Captain Vegetable on July 9, 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I ordered all five of these remasters from Amazon in July 2011. I received the 2009 corrected versions of Movement, PCL and Technique. Brotherhood and Low-Life both are the older versions with the messy second disc. I am returning those two. People say you can tell the older pressings by two external signs:

1) The older pressings have the plastic "Collectors Edition" sleeve on the outside, and the newer pressings don't.
2) The newer pressings have a second book inside with details on all five remastered albums and the older ones don't.

This is actually a little bit misleading as the "Low-Life" I received did not have the plastic sleeve and did have the second booklet. So, I assumed it was the corrected version. But the second disc is obviously the flawed version with glaring glitches and pops throughout.

Perhaps Rhino is recycling all of the defective discs that have been returned to them, hoping less informed buyers won't notice. At any rate, be wary. They should have recalled the bad copies from retailers back in 2009.
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