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Vanishing Point - New Order - Technique (CD, Album)


Download Vanishing Point - New Order - Technique (CD, Album)
1990
Label: Festival Records - D 30403,Factory - FACD 275 • Format: CD Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop • Style: Acid House, Synth-pop, Indie Rock


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9 thoughts on “ Vanishing Point - New Order - Technique (CD, Album) ”

  1. Tektilar says:
    Technique is the fifth studio album by English rock band New paygardnavasguifo.coconjoagralcessintruckjecnonsparamo.coed on 30 January by Factory Records, the album was partly recorded on the island of Ibiza, and incorporates Balearic beat and acid house influences into the group's dance-rock sound. The album was influenced by the then growing acid scene, and Sumner's experiences at Shroom in paygardnavasguifo.coconjoagralcessintruckjecnonsparamo.co: Alternative dance, acid house, dance-rock.
  2. Gobar says:
    Label: Qwest Records - 9 • Format: CD Album SRC Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Acid House, Synth-pop, Indie Rock New Order - Technique (, SRC Pressing, CD) | Discogs.
  3. Zolora says:
    The release New Order - Technique contained several errors, mostly relating to audio glitches and remastering flaws. This 2nd edition, released in summer , corrected these errors. The "fixed" version can be identified by the addition of the letters "R2" in front of the catalogue number on the spine and, in some cases, the CD matrix/5(4).
  4. Femi says:
    Technique forse non sara'il capolavoro dei New Order,ma e'un disco da paygardnavasguifo.coconjoagralcessintruckjecnonsparamo.co dei momenti anche esaltanti (vanishing point e fine time su tutti..) questa edizione in doppio cd e'eccellente:album standard ma rimasterizzato sul cd 1, mentre sul 2 /5().
  5. Yozshukree says:
    Easily one of New Order’s best, Technique rivals up enough kinetic energy for synth hooks and disco grooves. “Fine Time”, the opener, helps sum up the power of Technique, while “Run.
  6. Brakora says:
    Rob Gretton thought the album's title should be "Peter Saville's New Order" (as in "Andy Warhol's Velvet Underground"). The idea "went down like a lead balloon with the band." Q: I have heard that a single mix of Vanishing Point was made.
  7. Shaktijinn says:
    The band’s last album of the 80’s, Technique was their first to chart at no.1 spot in the UK, with the lead single from the album, ‘Fine Time’, narrowly missing out on the top 10 in the singles chart. The band spent four months recording part of the album in Ibiza where they were fascinated by the Balearic sounds of the island before moving on to Peter Gabriel’s Real World .
  8. Balabar says:
    New Order – Vanishing Point. 3 Comments; 0 Tags; Grow up children, don't you suffer At the hands of one another If you like a sleeping demon Listen can you hear him weeping Tears of joy and tears of sorrow He buys love to sell tomorrow My life ain't no holiday I've been through the point of no return I've seen what a man can do I've seen all.
  9. Kilrajas says:
    Editors' Notes This mid-'90s collection lays out New Order's catalogue in all its brilliance (and ambiguity, as suggested by the cover art). The sweetly barbed soundtrack excerpt "Let's Go (Nothing for Me)" rubs up against Movement's chilly "Dreams Never End", and sparkling album cuts from Technique and Republic balance sharp-edged dance mixes of staples like "Blue .

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