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Two disc set. Rhino's Two DVD set Live In Glasgow stills the very best moments from those landmark shows with eighteen career-spanning songs including Joy Division classics. The set also features a bonus disc of previously unreleased footage from New Order's archives, presenting peak-form live performances from 1981-2006. New Order's groundbreaking fusion of postpunk/new wave rock, synth-pop and dance music made them one of the most influential bands of the 1980s. After sitting out much of the '90s, they reemerged with acclaimed albums in 2001 (Get Ready) and 2005 (Waiting For The Sirens' Call), and in late 2006, performed a rare and celebratory two-night stand in Glasgow, Scotland.

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  • Actors: New Order
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Rhino
  • DVD Release Date: June 24, 2008
  • Run Time: 217 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0019579Z4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #87,441 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Marblehead Johnson VINE VOICE on June 28, 2008
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I'm endlessly fascinated with New Order. No matter how much you know about them and how many of their live shows you've seen there is always something lurking around the corner of New Order's vast cellar of history. The first concert I ever saw was New Order on their Technique tour back in May of 1989, and, quite frankly, it wasn't very good. They just looked annoyed with each other, and even more annoyed with the crowd. They probably were. Having said that, the second disc of this set is worth the price alone as it spans their most creative and inspiring decade (the 80's). The video of most of the early live stuff is rough and unexciting, but they sound so good it doesn't matter. To see them play tracks like Leave Me Alone, Everything's Gone Green, and Ultraviolence back when they were fresh out of the studio is yet another great and new experience as a New Order fan. They look awkward and apprehensive, but you can sense a palpable focus on the music, and a creative drive burning from their eyes. They look hungry, and it makes one yearn to see them in a intimate setting.
The first disc is ok, the light show is cool, they sound tight, and their bellies have never been more bloated. It sounds good on a loud 5.1 sound system, but honestly it's nothing we haven't seen before. I would love it if the original 80's shows were released in their entirety, regardless of the video quality. New Order have become one of the best bands of the past 25 years, and they deserve to have every one of their moments witnessed and cherished!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By John S on June 27, 2008
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Like some (most?) fans I bought it mainly for the second disc with rare and unseen footage from the 80s.

Yes, we are rewarded here with the eclectic repertoire from the first TV appearance in April 1981 (Celebration) to one of the final concerts in 2006. I had wanted the Celebration footage for years (you have a snippet of it in NewOrderStory) and it's great to have it finally. Then come Glastonbury shots, which are worth every cent you spend for this DVD. Apparently under heavy influence of Pernod, Bernard Sumner is completely off the hook there, being irritated by the longhair audience, who are not ready for drum machines; in the meantime the cameraman, dazed too, is trying to tune his own sight: camera wanders unfocused on the floor, eerie wires and blurry knobs. Even more bizarre is candid footage showing Rob Gretton and the band getting out of their old Ford and camping around Glastonbury... No wonder Bernard Sumner was enraged when he found out what was included on this DVD (the entire project was carried mostly by bassist Peter Hook and drummer Steven Morris). After Glastonbury the footage quality becomes less professional: almost monochrome, shot from one stand.

The audio quality surprisingly is not bad (although the first 10 or so tracks lack bass (low register, not the guitar). "Hurt", "We All Stand", "1963", "Everything's Gone Green" are pure greatness. But the last 2 tracks ("She's Lost Control" & "Run Wild") on Disc 2 are out of place: why include 2006 footage in the otherwise 80s sequence is beyond me (not to mention that Disc 1 represents the band at their latest already.

As for the concert in Glasgow (Disc 1), I honestly would be reluctant to buy it, had it not for Disc 2.
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 25, 2008
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Tracklist

Disc 1

01 Crystal
02 Turn
03 True Faith
04 Regret
05 Ceremony
06 Who's Joe
07 These Days
08 Krafty
09 Waiting for the Sirens' Call
10 Your Silent Face
11 Guilt Is a Useless Emotion
12 Bizarre Love Triangle
13 Temptation
14 Perfect Kiss
15 Blue Monday
16 Transmission
17 Shadowplay
18 Love Will Tear Us Apart

Disc 2

01 Ceremony [Celebration, 1981]
02 I.C.B. [Celebration, 1981]
03 Chosen Time [Celebration, 1981]
04 Senses [Glastonbury, 1981]
05 Procession [Glastonbury, 1981]
06 The Him [Glastonbury, 1981]
07 Ultraviolence [Rome, 1982]
08 Hurt [Rome, 1982]
09 Leave Me Alone [Cork, 1983]
10 Everything's Gone Green [Cork, 1983]
11 Sunrise [Rotterdam, 1985]
12 As It Is When It Was [Rotterdam, 1985]
13 The Village [Rotterdam, 1985]
14 This Time of Night [Rotterdam, 1985]
15 We All Stand [Toronto, 1985]
16 Age of Consent [Toronto, 1985]
17 Temptation [Toronto, 1985]
18 Dream Attack [Shoreline, Bay Area, 1989]
19 1963 [Shoreline, Bay Area, 1989]
20 Run Wild [Hyde Park, London, 2006]
21 She's Lost Control [Hyde Park, London, 2006]
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Gibson on January 9, 2013
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This DVD set is excellent. Your get insight into how the individual minds of the band work (minus Gillian, as she was talking care of her and Stephen's children from 2001 to 2011). This concert showcases their recognizable hits (True Faith, Temptation, Byue Monday, etc...) as well as songs from their then-recent album Waiting for the Siren's Call. This is not concert footage you haven't seen before (Bernard flubbs lyrics, dances around etc...) however I think it's worth it for the second disc alone, as it contains rare and never before seen footage of shows from their hayday.
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