New Order have announced a new edition of their 1983 album Power, Corruption & Lies. The Power, Corruption & Lies: Definitive Edition box set, which comes in a limited-edition box designed by Peter Saville, arrives October 2 and includes an LP, two CDs, two DVDs, and a book.
The collection features the first remasters of the album from the original analog tapes, previously unreleased recordings from writing sessions, live and TV footage of the band, rare photos and original text collated by the band’s visual coordinator Warren Jackson, and more. In addition to the box set, New Order has announced individual releases of four 12'' vinyl singles that didn’t appear on the original LP, including “Blue Monday,” “Confusion,” “Thieves Like Us,” and “Murder.”
Find the box set (without 12'' vinyl singles) of New Order’s Power, Corruption & Lies: Definitive Edition at Rough Trade. (Pitchfork earns a commission from purchases made through affiliate links on our site.)
This year, New Order postponed their co-headlining tour with Pet Shop Boys to 2021 due to COVID-19. In June, the band contributed to the compilation album The Longest Day - A Benefit for the Alzheimer’s Association. New Order shared the live album ∑(No,12k,Lg,17Mif) New Order + Liam Gillick: So it goes.. in 2019.
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