New Order – Education, Entertainment, Recreation (Live) (2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

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Artist: New Order
Album: Education, Entertainment, Recreation (Live)
Genre: Synth-pop, Indie Rock, Post-Punk
Release Date: 2021
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 02:02:31
Total Tracks: 21
Total Size: 1,44 GB


1. Sir Georg Solti – Das Rheingold: Vorspiel (Live at Alexandra Palace) (03:13)
2. New Order – Singularity (Live at Alexandra Palace) (06:03)
3. New Order – Regret (Live at Alexandra Palace) (03:56)
4. New Order – Love Vigilantes (Live at Alexandra Palace) (04:09)
5. New Order – Ultraviolence (Live at Alexandra Palace) (04:11)
6. New Order – Disorder (Live at Alexandra Palace) (03:29)
7. New Order – Crystal (Live at Alexandra Palace) (06:46)
8. New Order – Academic (Live at Alexandra Palace) (05:28)
9. New Order – Your Silent Face (Live at Alexandra Palace) (06:00)
10. New Order – Sub-culture (Live at Alexandra Palace) (06:47)
11. New Order – Bizarre Love Triangle (Live at Alexandra Palace) (05:43)
12. New Order – Vanishing Point (Live at Alexandra Palace) (05:36)
13. New Order – Waiting for the Sirens’ Call (Live at Alexandra Palace) (07:01)
14. New Order – Plastic (Live at Alexandra Palace) (07:43)
15. New Order – The Perfect Kiss (Live at Alexandra Palace) (06:34)
16. New Order – True Faith (Live at Alexandra Palace) (06:37)
17. New Order – Blue Monday (Live at Alexandra Palace) (07:15)
18. New Order – Temptation (Live at Alexandra Palace) (10:07)
19. New Order – Atmosphere (Live at Alexandra Palace) (04:32)
20. New Order – Decades (Live at Alexandra Palace) (06:25)
21. New Order – Love Will Tear Us Apart (Live at Alexandra Palace) (04:48)


New Order’s third consecutive live album since the release of their 2015 studio album Music Complete, Education Entertainment Recreation was recorded at their only U.K. concert in 2018, which took place at London’s Alexandra Palace. While their previous release, 2019’s ∑(No,12k,Lg,17Mif) New Order + Liam Gillick: So it goes.., was an unconventional set of mostly deep cuts that featured a 12-piece synth ensemble, this one is a lot closer to the more straightforward NOMC15. The main difference is that Education Entertainment Recreation only has a pair of songs from Music Complete (plus “Tutti Frutti” on the Blu-ray edition), and two more tracks overall, which means there’s more room for hits and Joy Division tunes. “Disorder” and “Sub-culture” have fortunately remained in the repertoire since the last release, “Love Vigilantes” makes a welcome appearance, and it’s hard to go wrong with standbys like “Your Silent Face,” a gleefully audience-assisted “Bizarre Love Triangle,” “Crystal,” and the “Street Hassle”-referencing arrangement of “Temptation.” The trio of Joy Division songs concluding the set, naturally finishing with “Love Will Tear Us Apart,” feels like a goodwill gesture to the audience, but the band generally seem more committed to the New Order material. Essentially, this is all well-trodden territory for New Order and their fans, but for anyone who has an emotional connection to their music, it’s still a potent reminder of how vital and life-affirming their best songs are. – Paul SimpsonFor fifteen years now New Order has had to make do without a bassist, and without their co-founder Peter Hook, who stormed out in 2006. The new line-up, led by Bernard Sumner with Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert, Phil Cunningham and Tom Chapman, is clearly doing no worse, as we can tell from this new live record (their fifth in ten years) made in November 2018 in London’s Alexandra Palace. The concert opens with Wagner, before raining down blow after blow on Singularity, which is one of four tracks on the setlist to be taken from the 2015 album Music Complete (the first album they made without Peter Hook). And while the record didn’t win around the critics, this track makes masterful use of the old Joy Division DNA. The ghost of Ian Curtis looms over this 140-minute performance, with searing mementoes in the form of Atmosphere, Decades and Love Will Tear Us Apart which closes the set. Along the way, we get all the hits: from Blue Monday to Bizarre Love Triangle and The Perfect Kiss, all in a venue brought to the boil by an ecstatic, nostalgic audience. It’s enough to cheer up even the bluest Monday. – Smaël Bouaici

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