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9 Comments on " Temptation - New Order - Substance (Cassette) "

  • Double Cassette release in oversize boxed set. This box set version was originally exclusively sold by Woolworth's in the UK. The second tape contains B-sides, Dub versions, Remixes and Instrumentals from the 12" releases featured on tape one. Both cassettes are recorded on Chromium - Dioxide tape/5(19).
  • Temptation (New Version) B6: Confusion (New Version) B7: Thieves Like Us: B8: Blue Monday: Notes A7 to B2 originally not appears on "Substance" Cassette is black with no album info at all on it and only has the logo of Team Records Team Records REG No No /PRIND/A1 /N/84 Label Cat# Country Year; Fact New Order: Substance 5/5(1).
  • Double Cassette release with red and blue sided cardboard wrapper without barcode. Cassette labels do not state the cassette number nor the track number range for each side. Titled "Substance" on spines & labels, "Substance " on front covers. Cassette one: red spine & paper labels. Cassette two: blue spine & paper labels/5(15).
  • Double Cassette release with black sided cardboard wrapper with barcode, clear plastic cassette shells with paper labels. Cassette labels DO state the cassette number and the track number range for each side. Titled "Substance" on spines & labels, "Substance " on front covers. Cassette one: blue spine & red paper labels.
  • The word "essential" has been used to describe just about every CD available for sale on Amazon by one reviewer or another, but if any album deserves this description its Substance by New Order. During the 80's, New Order crafted a unique and wonderful sound combining the fretty guitar work and almost-spoken vocals of Bernard Sumner, the /5().
  • Written-By – New Order (tracks: to , to ) Notes Features original 12" versions with the exception of Temptation and Confusion, which are re-recordings from May
  • rows · Substance was the first widely released New Order compilation. Issued as a track .
  • It's a simple concept--the first dozen singles by New Order collected, a couple of them rerecorded--but it's also a totally entertaining seven-year history of the band that married British post-punk alienation to the relentless hedonism of the dance floor/5().
  • Other versions. The song was completely re-recorded and released on singles compilation Substance, sometimes known as "Temptation '87".This version is now one of New Order's best-known recordings, partly due to its appearance on the best-selling Trainspotting soundtrack; in the film the lyrics are sung by Diane while she's showering, heard very faintly in the background during breakfast.