Style: New Wave
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At the time of its release, the album was not particularly well-received by critics or audiences, only peaking at number thirty on the UK Albums Chart. However, retrospective critical reception has been very positive
Авторы текста и музыки. Stephen Morris, Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, Gillian Gilbert. WMG (от лица компании "London Records"); UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor, CMRRA, UMPI, ASCAP, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, LatinAutor - UMPG" и другие авторские общества (3). Композиция.
Released in the UK on 19 November 1981 and produced by Martin Hannett in the Strawberry Studios, Stockport. The artwork, done by Peter Saville (2), is based on a poster by Italian Futurist Fortunato Depero for the 1932 exposition "Futurismo Trentino".
The band formed after the demise of Joy Division, following the suicide of lead singer Ian Curtis; they were joined by Gillian Gilbert on keyboards later that year.
Movement Album Artwork. Featuring Peter Saville. Movement Album Artwork Lyrics. About Movement Album Artwork. Release Date November 13, 1981. 1. Dreams Never End. 2. Truth.
The album will come on both CD and vinyl in a 4-disc collection that also includes a bonus CD filled with previously unreleased demos and a DVD of early live appearances an television appearances, plus a hard backed book all housed in a lift off lid box.
Did they do it" Well, Movement is definitely an album that is without a doubt a transitional one. A combination of the well known Joy Division post punk sound, with the emerging influence of Donna Summer and the New York disco sound.
|A1||Dreams Never End||3:13|
|B3||Doubts Even Here||4:16|
- Record Company – Gap Records
- Published By – Be Music
- Manufactured By – EMI Records New Zealand Limited
- Distributed By – EMI Records New Zealand Limited
- Design – Grafica Industria, Peter Saville
- Engineer – Chris Nagle
- Engineer [Assistant] – Flood, John*
- Producer – Martin Hannett
NotesFirst 1983 GAP New Zealand reissue of the 1981 New Zealand Factory/RTC release here.
This release is identical to the later 1984 EMI New Zealand reissue here, except this release has totally different labels sometimes referred to as the "Green Man" or "Green Shadow".
This release is from the same time period as four other known 1983 GAP New Zealand "Green Man" releases for Joy Division and New Order:
1983 GAP New Zealand Unknown Pleasures here.
1983 GAP New Zealand Love Will Tear Us Apart here.
1983 GAP New Zealand Ceremony here.
1983 GAP New Zealand Everything's Gone Green (AKA 1981-1982) here.
The "Green Man" releases are widely believed to have been industry promotional copies or first press test copies from the then new GAP New Zealand company that took over from RTC, although this is unproven. It is confirmed that each of the "Green Man" releases was later reissued by EMI New Zealand with the same catalog number and yellow EMI labels.
A Factory Communications Product
EMI Records New Zealand Limited
P.O.Box 30849 Lower Hutt
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): FACT 50 A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): FACT 50 B
|FACT. 50, FACT 50||New Order||Movement (LP, Album, A2 )||Factory, Factory||FACT. 50, FACT 50||UK||1981|
|WPCR-13166/7, WPCR-13581~2||New Order||Movement (CD, Album, Promo, RE + CD, Comp, Promo + Dlx, RE, )||London Records, London Records||WPCR-13166/7, WPCR-13581~2||Japan||2010|
|33CY-1220||New Order||Movement (CD, Album)||Factory||33CY-1220||Japan||1986|
|Fact 50c, FACT 50c||New Order||Movement (Cass, Album + Box)||Factory, Factory||Fact 50c, FACT 50c||UK||1986|
|2564693694||New Order||Movement (CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM)||London Records, Rhino Records||2564693694||UK||2008|