Editors' Notes No one exemplifies the vast sweep of the '80s better than New Order. At the decade's beginning, they were still dour post-punks, but by 1989 they were sunbathing in Ibiza and turning out ecstatic rave-ups influenced by the island's long nights. The guitar-led "All the Way", "Love Less" and "Dream Attack" are extensions of Brotherhood's lush rock sound, but "Fine Time", "Vanishing Point", "Mr Disco" and the Latin-tinged "Round & Round" plunge giddily into acid house. No matter the style, the album drips with joy from start to finish.

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