London Records
Release date
11 May 1993
Running length
11 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Regret 4:09 243,633
2 World 4:42 55,097
3 Ruined in a Day 6:11 76,448
4 Spooky (Album Version) 4:42 1,093
5 Everyone Everywhere 4:23 28,145
6 Young Offender 4:47 23,944
7 Liar 4:20 22,995
8 Chemical 4:09 22,706
9 Times Change 3:51 22,709
10 Special 4:50 22,310
11 Avalanche 3:14 23,821

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  • Outrune

    I'm a proud fan of Chemical and Times Change

    27 Dec 2014 Reply
  • arkas-1-1

    Regret and Liar are great, but the rest is just... meh.

    4 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Stipe2010

    their best sound along with Lost Sirens, two albums ending two different stages in their career.

    10 Aug 2013 Reply
  • the_karo

    this album will never get aged! 'liar', 'special' and 'world' are masterpiece, imho. it seems thats an album of 2013.

    13 Jul 2013 Reply
  • A-Orlando

    I loved "Regrets" from first audience.. it was great discover that New Order published again after a long pause ( I mean discovered that NO was not ended). It was like a sun ray after a storm.Peter Saville was a genius to focus concepts in pictures. After this album NO discography ended.

    21 Feb 2012 Reply
  • jonodude

    Though each NO is kind of my favorite as I'm listening to it, this one is probably third for me overall. The choruses are amazing.

    21 Apr 2011 Reply
  • ChatTypeman

    Mediocre album. Regret is among my favorite tracks of theirs though.

    24 Nov 2010 Reply
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  • darthsketch

    This album has not aged well at all. The production values harken back to the days of schmaltzy dance pop. Regret is still a MASSIVE opener though.

    14 Aug 2010 Reply
  • Swuey

    Nice album. It's a shame it's dismissed a bit by the 'pure' New Order fans if you like. I'd also say there were four great singles on the album anyway; Regret, World (Price of Love), Ruined In A Day and Spooky. Stephen Hague's production is also immaculate.

    31 Jul 2010 Reply
  • electrosonic

    to me - a perfect album

    1 Mar 2010 Reply
  • maxxnorthwest

    What a top track ACE

    22 Nov 2009 Reply
  • Jugulator93

    I usually listen to different music genres (as you can see on my profile), but this is one of the best albums I`ve ever heard.

    13 Aug 2009 Reply
  • selmixxx

    for me its their best album...not the worst. could be that this is one i heard as the first one, so it is something special for me

    18 May 2009 Reply
  • wordfortreasure

    whoooooaaaaaa, c'mon now, wastedish!! I love New Order as much as the next gal, really, but Depeche Mode and the Cure are mega-heavy-hitters in their own right!! :D

    2 Feb 2009 Reply
  • turn_forever

    I'd say this was one of New Order's best albums, to be honest. No one who can call this their worst album has heard anything they released afterwards. Low troughs? It's fantastic from start to finish. There's flux, but nothing remotely approaching bad. The lyrics are actually intelligent, funny, and touching. The overall taste is that they're starting to worry they can't do it any more, that the record will be perceived as bandwagon jumping or laurel resting. This is the sort of self-doubt that more or less always makes for a beautiful album.

    18 Nov 2008 Reply
  • wastedish

    Don't know why everybody hates this album, it's not Technique or "Power, Corruption & Lies" but it's better than any Depeche Mode or Cure album.

    21 Oct 2008 Reply
  • reecegoodwin

    I think the general concensus is that this is their worst album. The peaks are incredibly high, but the troughs are low.

    30 Jun 2008 Reply
  • ativke

    They don't make music like this anymore, truly. A veritable height of civilization.

    18 Jun 2007 Reply
  • strangelove88

    it's about damn time they changed it to the right cover. Personally I like it - it looks Photoshopped, but I think that was Peter Saville's intentions.

    28 Feb 2007 Reply
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