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#1 Posted : 04 March 2021 09:17:12(UTC)

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mention of the band new order in here.

Classic Pop Presents… 1981 – a revolution in pop

Of all the vintage years in pop music, 1981 was one of the most pivotal. A surge in new technology prompted a sonic revolution with synthesizers, drum machines and samplers opening up endless possibilities.

Forty years on, we go behind the scenes with some of the year’s major players, including New Order, Soft Cell, Heaven 17, Bow Wow Wow, Scritti Politti and Altered Images. Adam and the Ants’ Chris Hughes opens up about a golden year for the band that included a hit album and two UK No.1 singles, plus we talk to Some Bizzare records' Stevo and some of the soon-to-be-big names that appeared on his label's infamous '81 compilation, as well as chatting with The Specials' Ghost Town producer John Collins.

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Every fucking year's fucking pivotal. Just like every fucking New Order track represents the moment they emerged from the ashes of Joy Division and finally became New Order.
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