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perspexorange  
#476 Posted : 05 June 2020 08:19:33(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: perspexorange Go to Quoted Post
This seems to be doing the rounds at the moment.

Looks official and, if so, it's another big exposure for the band's material (although sadly, it's an acoustic cover):





Between this and 'Wonder Woman 1984', it looks like New Order are hitting the big time.
(If anyone doesn't know, the game featured, 'The Last Of Us Part 2', is a AAA game. Highly anticipated.)



Edit - By the looks of the clip, it seems that the song will feature fairly prominently in the game. You can see one of the two lead characters (Ellie) playing guitar and singing along to the song, so it seems likely that this will be in the game at some point.


Well, it looks like there's a potential copyright issue.
But, surprisingly, this relates to another artist who covered the song a decade ago and not New Order.

This artist is stating the arrangement that they use in the game copies her own arrangement, which used new bits that she put into her version.

https://www.ign.com/arti...w-order-true-faith-cover

This seems very murky (as pointed out in the article). I'm not sure how you can (potentially) claim copyright on a song that isn't yours to begin with.
You'd think that, doing an acoustic version of a 'synth & electric guitars' song is always going to bring about variations in the style of the song.

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ROCKET MICK on 06/06/2020(UTC)
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#477 Posted : 06 June 2020 12:50:49(UTC)
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I saw this ad twice on tv tonight. I don’t know the artist but I quite like the cover.

Incidentally in the next advert break was a commercial for Britbox which uses blue Monday (the new order original).

I can’t think of another band that have this relevance 30-40 years on.
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ROCKET MICK on 09/06/2020(UTC)
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#478 Posted : 10 June 2020 14:30:38(UTC)
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In Run The Jewels' new video Ooh La La, Killer Mike is wearing a Joy Division jacket.

Ooh La La by Run The Jewels
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ROCKET MICK on 13/06/2020(UTC)
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#479 Posted : 10 June 2020 18:05:17(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: 50poundnote Go to Quoted Post
In Run The Jewels' new video Ooh La La, Killer Mike is wearing a Joy Division jacket.

Ooh La La by Run The Jewels


Jump back a page on this very thread. Post #469 and a few replies further down the page.
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ROCKET MICK on 13/06/2020(UTC)
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#480 Posted : 15 June 2020 12:04:26(UTC)
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Nothing But A Fool (Extended Mix 2) will be on a charity CD. This is the version that ended up on Complete Music.

The Longest Day - A Benefit for the Alzheimer’s Association
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ROCKET MICK on 16/06/2020(UTC)
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#481 Posted : 16 June 2020 12:06:12(UTC)
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Nothing But A Fool (Extended Mix 2) will be on a charity CD. This is the version that ended up on Complete Music.

The Longest Day - A Benefit for the Alzheimer’s Association


the LP is $50, and the CD is $30.

later
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ROCKET MICK on 17/06/2020(UTC)
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#482 Posted : 16 June 2020 14:11:15(UTC)
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Snooze Monday on a car ad.


Any idea which car? I quite like seeing ads withe bands music used in them.


Sorry, just read this. No I don't.
What did Eddie Cockrun do at the orgy? Come on everybody.
What did Paul McCartney do at the orgy? Come on people.
What did One Direction do at the orgy? Fuck all. They're shit.
What's the point in finding a cure for Alzheimer's? By the time you finish explaining, dick'll've forgotten anyway.
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ROCKET MICK on 17/06/2020(UTC)
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#483 Posted : 17 June 2020 14:14:53(UTC)
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ROCKET MICK on 20/06/2020(UTC)
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#484 Posted : 07 July 2020 11:15:38(UTC)
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Just heard 'Digital' playing on the TV in the other room.

Looks like it was featured on 'Holby City'. Although I got there a bit late to identify the context of why they were playing it, it looked like a member of the medical team was listening to it on her iPod etc.
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ROCKET MICK on 13/07/2020(UTC)
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#485 Posted : 07 July 2020 13:05:47(UTC)
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Well I guess this is nostalgia. If you think summer 1990 is worthy as a landmark moment in music and culture then it's...30 years since then.
Imagine if you were a teenager in 1985 reading an article about 30 years ago. 1955 would seem very quaint. Maybe 1990 does to today's teenagers...
Anyway a mention for World In Motion, the Hacienda, the Mondays, No Alla Violenza T Shirts, and some memories from NO's Gillian G. Along with Primal Scream, Heller & Farley, Paul Oakenfold, The Beloved and more.

Twisting My Melon Man
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#486 Posted : 07 July 2020 13:20:11(UTC)
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Well I guess this is nostalgia. If you think summer 1990 is worthy as a landmark moment in music and culture then it's...30 years since then.
Imagine if you were a teenager in 1985 reading an article about 30 years ago. 1955 would seem very quaint. Maybe 1990 does to today's teenagers...
Anyway a mention for World In Motion, the Hacienda, the Mondays, No Alla Violenza T Shirts, and some memories from NO's Gillian G. Along with Primal Scream, Heller & Farley, Paul Oakenfold, The Beloved and more.

Twisting My Melon Man


Read this earlier today. A good little article.

1990 was a great year for me. It seemed that that period of my life was soundtracked by New Order, especially that World Cup Summer.

This was also the period when I first started to go to Manchester.
Great memories of visiting Affleck's Palace to buy records, posters and t-shirts, hanging out in the Dry bar and the Haçienda (sadly only once for the latter).

Oh, and not forgetting 'The Record Peddler' on Swan Street for all my Factory needs (I still regularly dream about that shop, weirdly).

Manchester seemed like the coolest place on Earth in 1990.
Which, of course, it was.

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