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  1. Substance is a compilation album by New Order, released in Released as a stopgap during the interim between 's Brotherhood and 's Technique, the album compiles every 12" single released by New Order from their formation up until around the first half of (plus "Procession", which is included on CD and cassette copies despite having only ever seen release as a 7" single).
  2. Substance (also known as Substance ) is a compilation album by English alternative dance band New kirirdredgushakarcerezar.xyzinfo was released in August by Factory kirirdredgushakarcerezar.xyzinfo album compiles all of the band's singles at that point in their inch versions, along with their respective B-side tracks. The then-newly released non-album single "True Faith" is also featured, along with its B-side "".Genre: Dance-rock, post-punk, dance, pop.
  3. Thieves Like Us This song is by New Order and appears on the compilation album Substance () and on the album Power, Corruption& Lies ().
  4. Substance (also known as Substance ) is a compilation album by English alternative dance band New kirirdredgushakarcerezar.xyzinfo was released in August by Factory kirirdredgushakarcerezar.xyzinfo album compiles all of the band's singles at that point in their inch versions, along with their respective B-side tracks. The then-newly released non-album single "True Faith" is also featured, along with its B-side "".
  5. Nov 08,  · Thieves Like Us (12" version plus the 12" instrumental version), Blue Monday, The Beach, and Lonesome tonight sound great remastered. And so I'm trying to figure out how to sort all of this mixing and matching into a perfect version of Substance .
  6. A great many songs on SUBSTANCE make their first official appearance on here, so be glad you've got them here. 's "Confusion" (re-recorded for SUBSTANCE) & "Thieves Like Us" (both also included in instrumental mixes) were New Order's successful collaborations with pioneer hip-hop producer Arthur Baker (of "Planet Rock" fame) with the former Reviews:
  7. Double Cassette release with red and blue sided cardboard wrapper without barcode. Cassette labels do not state the cassette number nor the track number range for each side. Titled "Substance" on spines & labels, "Substance " on front covers. Cassette one: red spine & paper labels. Cassette two: blue spine & paper labels/5(15).

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