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#1 Posted : 08 November 2015 07:27:15(UTC)
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#2 Posted : 08 November 2015 07:53:52(UTC)
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Went to that gig and was won over.

Then I'm reminded of what an arsehole he is whenever someone sticks a keyboard or dictaphone in front of him...
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#3 Posted : 08 November 2015 08:33:50(UTC)
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Hahah he says The Light will eventually perform Music Complete. Imagine that.
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#4 Posted : 08 November 2015 09:45:33(UTC)
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Not reading the article because his words are beyond meaningless to me these days.

"Hooky Incomplete." - I couldn't have put it better myself.
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#5 Posted : 08 November 2015 09:59:19(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Old Blue Go to Quoted Post
Went to that gig and was won over.

Then I'm reminded of what an arsehole he is whenever someone sticks a keyboard or dictaphone in front of him...


i went to his hull gig on the night music complete came out and like you was won over

then at the last encore he walks out with a copy of the days sun pretending to read the no interview and started slagging barney so thats the last light gig i go to

my mrs works in mental health and thinks he's going to have a breakdownEek

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#6 Posted : 09 November 2015 04:34:52(UTC)
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Peter Hook Music Complete mock up

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#7 Posted : 09 November 2015 06:07:08(UTC)
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I agree, I think the word he has removed from his vocabulary is integrity...

Hooky get your act together...
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#8 Posted : 09 November 2015 23:58:15(UTC)
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Hahah he says The Light will eventually perform Music Complete. Imagine that.


He doesn't have the chops to play People on the Highline. That's too sophisticated a bassline for his simplistic playing style.
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#9 Posted : 10 November 2015 08:18:34(UTC)
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Not really disagreeing with anything anyone has said and not diminishing what a great album MC is, I kinda would love to hear what Hooky would bring to a lot of the tunes on the album.
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#10 Posted : 10 November 2015 10:22:06(UTC)
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For a person who left New Order behind him, he still seems to pay them an inordinate amount of attention. Each insult that escapes his mouth is damaging his "legal case" against the remaining members. I actually get the impression he envies the success New Order have enjoyed with Music Complete and wishes now that he was a part of that, all the while knowing that he could have been if he had somehow harnessed his demons. It's sad for New Order, Hooky and the fans.
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#11 Posted : 10 November 2015 10:28:02(UTC)
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I doubt they will ever work together again, but they could at least declare a ceasefire and become civil. I know I'm boring, but Hooky should reform Monaco and start writing new stuff. Old New Order is over; time to move on.
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#12 Posted : 10 November 2015 10:57:45(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: truefaith1.0 Go to Quoted Post
For a person who left New Order behind him, he still seems to pay them an inordinate amount of attention. Each insult that escapes his mouth is damaging his "legal case" against the remaining members. I actually get the impression he envies the success New Order have enjoyed with Music Complete and wishes now that he was a part of that, all the while knowing that he could have been if he had somehow harnessed his demons. It's sad for New Order, Hooky and the fans.


Ironically, if New Order released the same album with Hooky, it wouldn't have got the euphoric reviews. I guess the critics then would have written it off as more of the same. The surprise that the band can come up with a record like this without Hooky (who was always a bit overrated concerning his input in the general sound minus his bass) has build the momentum. Sumner is smart enough to exactly know what he can get away with it concerning a Hookyless New Order.
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#13 Posted : 10 November 2015 11:18:46(UTC)
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“I saw them promoting their new LP in a very safe and normal fashion,” he says. “It was quite sad – I was thinking we used to be so revolutionary, and now they’re boring old men.”

I don't see what New Order are doing now to promote the album that is any less different than what they've been doing since in the early 90s with Hooky still in the band. This statement is just pure bitter jealously, plain and simple.

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“I saw them promoting their new LP in a very safe and normal fashion,” he says. “It was quite sad – I was thinking we used to be so revolutionary, and now they’re boring old men.”

I don't see what New Order are doing now to promote the album that is any less different than what they've been doing since in the early 90s with Hooky still in the band. This statement is just pure bitter jealously, plain and simple.


Safe and boring, like being on Baywatch when Hook was in the band?
Safe and boring, like doing interviews in The Sun, which also happened when Hook was in the band?
Safe and boring, like playing on TV shows which also happened when Hook was in the band?

He's spunking so much goodwill by being so bloody angry about absolutely everything. As well as being factually inaccurate on certain things.
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#15 Posted : 10 November 2015 12:26:35(UTC)
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“I saw them promoting their new LP in a very safe and normal fashion,” he says. “It was quite sad – I was thinking we used to be so revolutionary, and now they’re boring old men.”

I don't see what New Order are doing now to promote the album that is any less different than what they've been doing since in the early 90s with Hooky still in the band. This statement is just pure bitter jealously, plain and simple.


Safe and boring, like being on Baywatch when Hook was in the band?
Safe and boring, like doing interviews in The Sun, which also happened when Hook was in the band?
Safe and boring, like playing on TV shows which also happened when Hook was in the band?

He's spunking so much goodwill by being so bloody angry about absolutely everything. As well as being factually inaccurate on certain things.


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Basically whatever they do Hooky will get arsey about. If they'd promoted the album in a really revolutionary way he'd moan about it. If they played a whole set live of songs they'd never played or hadn't played since 1982 he'd moan that they don't play the hits.
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Hahah he says The Light will eventually perform Music Complete. Imagine that.


He doesn't have the chops to play People on the Highline. That's too sophisticated a bassline for his simplistic playing style.


I must say that I was really impressed with the basslines for 2-8-Fruit-8 and People On the High Line. Thinking that was very John Taylor (Duran2) or Bernie Edwards. However, just having attended the Stockholm show, standing at the front rails right in front of TommyC, I saw that he is not playing as much as what is heard on the album --- e.g. lot some of the bass lines are synth based.

Love Hooky, love the Light, love New Order. Cheers!
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Maybe it may come across as a bit cliché, but it seems very old hat, very straight forward and basically psych 101 when you look at the break up. In many ways it kind of seems like this is the third New Order break up since 1989. I don't know any of these people in the slightest, but like many of you I imagine, I have read innumerable things they've said over the decades, and what always came across to me was just the classic psychological contrasts between the individuals in the band: Bernard coming across like a solitary, insular guy, introverted, perfectionist, Hooky, the sort of pirate, outsized figured, loved touring, loved attention, loved being a part of a "gang", Stephen, the academic with the crystal clear long term recall, and detail orientation, and Gillian, and how the two of them might have seemed like the other two as they called themselves, but when you compared their work as solo artists, with that of Bernard or Hooky, it was patently obvious that they were the heart and soul of what made New Order's electronic oriented material so bottomless in it's depth and breadth. Electronic, Revenge, Monaco etc were never able to really capture what made New Order's electronic masterpieces so powerful-thieves, 5 8 6, Blue Monday, Your Silent Face, Sooner than you think, this time of night, BLT, Mr. Disco, Vanishing Point, Special etc, I can hear bits and pieces of those amazing songs in The Other Two. I never heard it in the solo work of Hooky, and Bernard, even in masterpieces like Some Distant Memory or What do you want from me.

However, back to the topic, when it comes to Hooky, it seems plain as day to me and it's a bit odd that Bernard and others don't seem to get it. Hooky was always so immensely proud of the music they built together, the band they created, the mark they've left on the history of music, like some of their hero's, like Velvet Underground when it comes to the sixties or seventies, New Order rarely makes it stateside in "I love the 80's" or 90's type retrospectives or greatest hits bits. But those that really know, those that really dig in, and paid attention know that New Order was every bit as inspirational in the decade as R.E.M. or U2 or Michael Jackson, or Metallica, or Madonna, or Public Enemy, NWA, or the Sugar Hill Gang etc. All of that means a ton to him obviously, and it seems clear to me that he comes across almost like an eager puppy, he needs attention, appreciation and a sense of his opinion being valued, he's demonstrative, vocal, overtly so, he's passion, in the cliché of fire and ice, obviously he's the fire, while Bernard's the cliche'd ice.

I don't know if his accusations are spot on, and it is interesting to see Gillian/Stephen basically staying on Bernard's side of the argument, whether that's pragmatism (he's the major song writer, or he's the one that's still creative) or if it's over Hooky being out of line I have no idea, though it seemed clear to me that they had big problems with both of them in the nineties and not just Hooky. It just seems like Hooky wanted more voice, Bernard wanted more control and less drama, and Gillian, and Stephen probably less drama too. It's clear who throws the dishes, and screams invective in this band/relationship, but it's not so clear to me whose to blame. I definitely feel that when Hooky did what he did, he wanted to be asked back, he wanted to be appreciated, he wanted some bended knee, some devotion from Bernard, maybe the band, in as much as he was devoted to it, or at least it's history. He didn't receive it, and now he's lashing out.

Maybe I'm just writing fiction in imagining this, but after 8 years of reading about these issues, it seems like the same problem, perpetually being recycled over and over, with Hooky being constantly in need of coddling, attention, and support, and Bernard just wanting peace, and some measure of control for stability (and considering the familial background, it makes sense, since there was so little stability and control in his formative years which tend to be the years that frame our personalties/temperament).

Anyway, that's why I can't get angry at any of them, particularly Hooky. He just seems like an immature guy crying out for the support he expected from the guy he thought had his back, and he didn't get it-the classic scenario of someone storming off saying "I'm leaving" not because they want to, but because they desperately want affirmations of support from their bandmates, and instead he got a cool response.

Regardless of what's behind it, it's nice to see that Music Complete is their best album since Republic and possibly Technique (since Republic had some god awful songs on it, and plenty of middling material to boot), over the past fifteen years I have moved on a nd found/discovered plenty of other bands I've loved from Saint Etienne, to Passion Pit, Koop, the knife, the Orange Peels, white stripes when they were around etc there is always interesting music out there, far more than when I first discovered New Order ('89), but I can honestly say I haven't heard work from New Order that's this impressive in more than twenty years, so props to them, it is incomprehensibly rare for any band, particularly a sort of pop band, to actually make music in their late fifties that would have any relevance to speak of to college students hitting the clubs, but they actually kind of have done just that. Outstanding.
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Originally Posted by: The Consiglieri Go to Quoted Post
I definitely feel that when Hooky did what he did, he wanted to be asked back, he wanted to be appreciated, he wanted some bended knee, some devotion from Bernard, maybe the band, in as much as he was devoted to it, or at least it's history. He didn't receive it, and now he's lashing out.



Good post, thanks. But honestly, you can't work with someone who's functioning like that. The man was/is in his 50ies, stopped drinking and consciously wanted to break New Order to pieces, maybe to just have the last word after all he felt Sumner did to him, the ultimate revenge Tongue. Didn't quite work out in the long-run.

He felt sicked and tired of being (or feeling) second best, maybe he needed a psycho analyst (instead).

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I definitely feel that when Hooky did what he did, he wanted to be asked back, he wanted to be appreciated, he wanted some bended knee, some devotion from Bernard, maybe the band, in as much as he was devoted to it, or at least it's history. He didn't receive it, and now he's lashing out.



Good post, thanks. But honestly, you can't work with someone who's functioning like that. The man was/is in his 50ies, stopped drinking and consciously wanted to break New Order to pieces, maybe to just have the last word after all he felt Sumner did to him, the ultimate revenge Tongue. Didn't quite work out in the long-run.

He felt sicked and tired of being (or feeling) second best, maybe he needed a psycho analyst (instead).


You only need to read his comments over the past couple of years to understand why this couldn't have ever worked with him continuing.

It's like a broken marriage where you can't ever do anything right. They play new songs - not brave enough. They play old songs - they are copying him. They innovate - it doesn't sound like New Order. They play it safe - it's boring, New Order is about innovation. Tom mimes his bass, Tom copies his bass, Tom just simply cannot play bass, Tom does what he's told, Tom ruins the songs. And so on and so on.

As you say you simply cannot work with a person like that. Music Complete with Hooky would have been an absolute nightmare. Half of the tracks would have ended up on the cutting room floor because he wouldn't be able to get his bass into them, the other half with all of the subtle synth and rhythm guitar removed and replaced with his bass lines.

They are a better band now without him. That's not to say that they would have always been better off without him but it's pretty clear that in almost everything they've made since Technique he's been a hinderance and a burden.

I'd just love it if he could make his peace with it and move on but I just have a horrible feeling that this whole saga will end up consuming him for the rest of his life.
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I definitely feel that when Hooky did what he did, he wanted to be asked back, he wanted to be appreciated, he wanted some bended knee, some devotion from Bernard, maybe the band, in as much as he was devoted to it, or at least it's history. He didn't receive it, and now he's lashing out.



Good post, thanks. But honestly, you can't work with someone who's functioning like that. The man was/is in his 50ies, stopped drinking and consciously wanted to break New Order to pieces, maybe to just have the last word after all he felt Sumner did to him, the ultimate revenge Tongue. Didn't quite work out in the long-run.

He felt sicked and tired of being (or feeling) second best, maybe he needed a psycho analyst (instead).


You only need to read his comments over the past couple of years to understand why this couldn't have ever worked with him continuing.

It's like a broken marriage where you can't ever do anything right. They play new songs - not brave enough. They play old songs - they are copying him. They innovate - it doesn't sound like New Order. They play it safe - it's boring, New Order is about innovation. Tom mimes his bass, Tom copies his bass, Tom just simply cannot play bass, Tom does what he's told, Tom ruins the songs. And so on and so on.

As you say you simply cannot work with a person like that. Music Complete with Hooky would have been an absolute nightmare. Half of the tracks would have ended up on the cutting room floor because he wouldn't be able to get his bass into them, the other half with all of the subtle synth and rhythm guitar removed and replaced with his bass lines.

They are a better band now without him. That's not to say that they would have always been better off without him but it's pretty clear that in almost everything they've made since Technique he's been a hinderance and a burden.

I'd just love it if he could make his peace with it and move on but I just have a horrible feeling that this whole saga will end up consuming him for the rest of his life.


That's right on. He works in absolutes, and has unhealthy competitive mentality. To him, everything is a battle or war, and now based on fears that the other's children are laughing at his children. It's like Yoda saying about fear leading to anger, anger eading to hate, hate leading to the dark side. I can't be a fan of that nonsense.

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Whatever the fuck they do he's gonna hate it. Journos are gonna keep interviewing him cos he's a legend but honestly, we all know what to expect. I really can't get excited about it any more.
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“I saw them promoting their new LP in a very safe and normal fashion,” he says. “It was quite sad – I was thinking we used to be so revolutionary, and now they’re boring old men.”

I don't see what New Order are doing now to promote the album that is any less different than what they've been doing since in the early 90s with Hooky still in the band. This statement is just pure bitter jealously, plain and simple.


Seriously, what is he even talking about?? He's really not taking this well at all.
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'... promoting their new LP in a very safe and normal fashion...' Does the word 'Republic' mean anything to you?
It's kinda awesome this is a fan group but even here everyone hates his comments.
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The worst part about it is that all his negativity is starting to affect how I hear him on the last couple of albums. Some of the GR, WFTSC and LS tracks, to me nowadays, sound like Hookys bass is proper shoe-horned in. As in, we have to have it in somewhere so just let it play all over that bit.
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