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1 Dreams Never End 3:14 115,949
2 Truth 4:38 59,024
3 Senses 4:45 55,321
4 Chosen Time 4:06 54,296
5 ICB 4:32 40,668
6 The Him 5:29 46,966
7 Doubts Even Here 4:18 47,404
8 Denial 4:19 46,231

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Produced by Martin Hannett
Released November 1981
Label Factory Records
UK Chart 30

Bernard Sumner - lead vocals, guitars, synthesizers, melodica
Stephen Morris - drums, percussion, synpads
Peter Hook - bass, lead vocals on Dreams Never End and Doubts Even Here
Gillian Gilbert - synthesizers, guitar, backing vocals on Doubts Even Here

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  • DallyWhitty

    Movement remains my all-time favourite album. There's something very raw and funereal about it that always keeps me coming back.

    27 Jul 2014 Reply
  • Angelight2012

    y'all niggas know that Ian is dead right? stop bitching about this not being like JD

    3 Jul 2014 Reply
  • GuzonjinaCerka

    i love this

    23 Mar 2014 Reply
  • firefly2811

    best album. before they went commercial.

    1 Jul 2013 Reply
  • banas002

    "After Joy Division they went downhill fast". Lol no, New Order have different sounds than Joy Divison and they still great. Danceable and catchy, one of the best of the genre. Just because you don't like at where this band heading, doesn't mean they're starting to get worse.

    16 Jun 2013 Reply
  • punk6268

    It's like the first Pink Floyd album without Syd. Guys trying to emulate the songwriting of genious composers and pulling it off because they were so talented. Saying they went downhill after JD feels so wrong. They went on to find out their own songwriting and influenced the whole world in the process. This is just plain amazing. New Order, without one of the greatest songwriters all time, managed to be as influential as Joy Division.

    5 May 2013 Reply
  • jamesusillxd

    This was their best album by far. After Joy Division they went downhill fast [3]

    27 Feb 2013 Reply
  • Chris-Saren

    New Division [2]

    5 Feb 2013 Reply
  • jf3mo

    |This was their best album by far. After Joy Division they went downhill fast Amen. What an incredible collection of tracks. This sound embodies the best of Joy Division and New Order IMHO. One has to wonder to what extent Ian's influence lingered in producing this masterpiece.

    6 Jan 2013 Reply
  • Myxolydian69

    This was their best album by far. After Joy Division they went downhill fast

    1 Nov 2012 Reply
  • chamberofhellos

    love that early new order sound.

    6 Oct 2012 Reply
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    8 Aug 2012 Reply
  • nacht_vogel

    definitely like this release more than any other New Order album.

    3 Aug 2012 Reply
  • pazz_rus

    Too much JD.

    8 May 2012 Reply
  • prominence_la

    I'm sold. Best New Order album by a landslide. (clenchedteeth was correct, by the way.)

    2 Apr 2012 Reply
  • christibear

    Definitely my favorite New Order album. It's like the best of Joy Division with New Order wrapped into one.

    11 Feb 2012 Reply
  • matt1337c

    I really like this. It's like New Order's awkward phase before they came into their own.

    7 Feb 2012 Reply
  • blackfloyd23

    I wonder if the drums for Splintered In Her HEad (The Cure) were inspired by this song?

    21 Jan 2012 Reply
  • clenchedteeth

    actually i believe it's called futurism

    28 Oct 2011 Reply
  • CherryAtomic

    I love the cover. It's pure modernism.

    17 Sep 2011 Reply
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