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Andy  
#251 Posted : 21 September 2018 23:57:12(UTC)
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Age of Consent cover version: Audrey and Kate
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mick on 30/09/2018(UTC)
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#252 Posted : 20 October 2018 05:55:13(UTC)
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mick on 23/10/2018(UTC)
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#253 Posted : 27 October 2018 07:35:22(UTC)
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Ed from the Chemical Brothers talking about New Order/Bernard in the Irish Times.

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Bernard Summer from New Order, because he is such a funny man and so interesting, passionate and charming,” Simons says. “Musically, it was a really close collaboration. All the people we’ve worked with have really invested in what we’ve done together... A friendship emerged with Bernard and he is a very avuncular presence in our lives. We did Out of Control with him and subsequently produced a track for the Twenty Four Hour Party People film. We’re huge New Order fans and we still trawl YouTube at our age to watch old interviews or New Order playing strange backwater venues in the United State. We’re New Order obsessives, so to be in the studio with Bernard Sumner and him to be such a good bloke is very special for us.”


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Their initial meeting was memorable. “We lived in the basement of a house in Manchester that was historically an after-hours party venue,” Simons reveals.

“The people who has lived there in the ’80s had a big sound system. One evening we were all sitting around watching Blind Date or something and we heard a knock on the door. We opened the door and it was Bernard Sumner. He asked if there was a party on, which there wasn’t but we invited him in to watch Blind Date or whatever it was. He called us a bunch of Wurzels, which is a not-so-affectionate term for out-of-town students, and off he trotted. I’m glad that wasn’t our last meeting with the great man
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mick on 28/10/2018(UTC)
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#254 Posted : 28 October 2018 00:06:53(UTC)
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Nice to know that I’m not alone in trawling YouTube for obscure interviews by the band.

Man, I love ‘Here To Stay’ and ‘Singularity’. Two of my absolute favourite post-Factory NO tracks.
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mick on 28/10/2018(UTC)
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#255 Posted : 29 October 2018 07:26:33(UTC)
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Kind of New Order related. Bizarrely , old footage of Tony Wilson in last night’s Halloween special of Inside No.9 on BBC2. And also footage of I think the old Granada studios where New Order did their MIF gigs.

A genius episode from Pemberton and Sheersmith. I fell for the “ live “ episode’s “ transmission fault “ hook, line and
sinker at first and was about to turn it off and go to bed until I began to realise something was afoot when during the “ replacement “ clip of an older episode of the programme, A Quiet Night In, a ghostly figure appeared outside the window in a scene . I didn’t recall that being in the original airing of that episode. Confused? You’d have to watch last night’s Inside No.9 to work it out.
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mick on 30/10/2018(UTC)
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#256 Posted : 05 November 2018 12:40:15(UTC)
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#257 Posted : 10 November 2018 13:32:35(UTC)
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Steve finally joins Can. Sort of.
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#258 Posted : 16 November 2018 08:41:26(UTC)
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Céline Dion clothing line for babies:

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#259 Posted : 16 November 2018 12:45:45(UTC)
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Céline Dion clothing line for babies:

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You have won the prize for finding the weirdest new order reference I've seen.
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