℗ 1985 Warner Records 90 Ltd
 

Low-life

New Order

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1
Love Vigilantes
New Order
4:19
2
The Perfect Kiss
New Order
4:49
3
This Time of Night
New Order
4:44
4
Sunrise
New Order
6:00
5
Elegia
New Order
4:56
6
Sooner Than You Think
New Order
5:11
7
Sub-culture
New Order
4:58
8
Face Up
New Order
5:06
Total Playing Time    40:03
"Varied menu of soul-pop, techno-rock, delicate instrumental moods, and driving, clattering percussion offers adventure in texture at every turn."
- Los Angeles Times

Low-Life is the third studio album by English rock band New Order, released on 13 May 1985 by Factory Records. It is considered to be among the band's strongest work, displaying the moment they completed their transformation from post-punk hold-overs to dance-rockers. The album shows New Order's increased incorporation of synthesisers and samplers, while still preserving the rock elements of their earlier work.

The songs on this album formed the basis of the band's live concert video Pumped Full of Drugs, filmed in Tokyo shortly before the album's release.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – WM UK Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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