New Order: Movement (LP)
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New Order: Movement
Best viewed as a snapshot into the transition from Joy Division to New Order as opposed to than a debut album proper, ‘Movement’ was released 18 months after the death of Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis, and the band were almost certainly still finding their feet as what the new group were all about. There are hints of what the band would become – there are pop melodies and hyperactive basslines aplenty... that gave off the encouraging signs. - NME.com
From the slow, deliberate build and melodic interplay of its opening moment, the mid-tempo "Dreams never End", Movement boldly states the band's more experimental, slightly less emotionally turgid agenda. That Sumner is trapped under the influence of Curtis is undeniable--at times, the resemblance is alarming, but Movement is the sound of Sumner finding his voice.
|A1||Dreams Never End||3:13|
|B3||Doubts Even Here||4:16|