℗ 1981 Warner Records 90 Ltd
 

Movement

New Order

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1
Dreams Never End
New Order
3:15
2
Truth
New Order
4:39
3
Senses
New Order
4:46
4
Chosen Tiime
New Order
4:08
5
ICB
New Order
4:33
6
The Him
New Order
5:31
7
Doubts Even Here
New Order
4:19
8
Denial
New Order
4:24
Total Playing Time    35:35
"Movement exists almost exactly in between Joy Division's post-punk sound and the synth-pop style that would come to define New Order and influence pop music for decades."
- Slant Magazine Best Albums of the 1980s - #42

Movement is the debut studio album by English rock band New Order, released on 13 November 1981 by Factory Records.

After the suicide of Joy Division's singer Ian Curtis in May 1980, and the subsequent shock for those surrounding him, remaining members Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook and Stephen Morris elected to carry on, albeit under a new name – New Order. With the exception of two songs, "Ceremony" (first played live at Joy Division's very last gig, a little over two weeks before Curtis's death) and "In a Lonely Place" (unreleased, but demoed in the studio), all the material played would be new.

The producer of the album was once again Martin Hannett, who had worked with them as Joy Division; however, the rapport between producer and band had in the ensuing time eroded. Hannett was in a legal dispute with Factory Records and suffering from substance and alcohol abuse, and the band members—themselves still coming to terms with having to write and arrange songs without Curtis's ear and lyric-writing ability—found him uncooperative. It would be the last time they worked together.
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Tracks 1-8 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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