Rockarama Album of the Week (10/1)

 Movement, New Order (1981)

New Order’s debut album didn’t get a lot of lovin’ from critics or the charts when it was released. Retrospectively, however, several influential music blogs have given it the thumbs up. 
At the time Movement was recorded, New Order had not appointed a frontman; were experimenting with new sounds & styles. Not surprisingly, Movement sounds exactly like what it is – a transitional work that is the missing link between Joy Division New Order.

Have a listen:
01 Dreams Never End
02 Truth*
03 Senses
04 Chosen Time
05 ICB*
06 The Him*
07 Doubts Even Here
08 Denial 
*played on 80s Rockarama 10/1

January 20th 2011
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