10 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Twenty years after Movement, New Order marched into the 21st century with renewal on their minds once again. It had been eight years since Republic, an album fraught with turmoil, but they sound reinvigorated on the optimistic "Turn My Way" and the lean "Vicious Streak". Dark and driving, "Primitive Notion" wouldn't have been out of place on Brotherhood, but subtle electronic touches on songs like "Slow Jam" and "Someone Like You" prove that they're too interested in the future to get hung up on the past.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Twenty years after Movement, New Order marched into the 21st century with renewal on their minds once again. It had been eight years since Republic, an album fraught with turmoil, but they sound reinvigorated on the optimistic "Turn My Way" and the lean "Vicious Streak". Dark and driving, "Primitive Notion" wouldn't have been out of place on Brotherhood, but subtle electronic touches on songs like "Slow Jam" and "Someone Like You" prove that they're too interested in the future to get hung up on the past.

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