Low-Life

New Order - Low-Life
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1985 Ratings: #5
May 13, 1985 / Release Date
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morningsbell
96
guys guys guys,
this album is better than Power Corruption and Lies.
wake up
PreeMo
96
EDIT: I bump this too hard...for whatever reason WOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHH

Old people in my country bump shit like Modern Talking if they want synth-pop...

...BUT I BUMP SOME NEW ORDER; WOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH (*exhausted*)
ThrowBackG
78
I hate the part where he says Gucci gang
Atrocityblubber
90
Bumps in the whip
musicmagpie55
88
I love every song on this project. This album feels very influential, especially with the influx of synth-based, eerie electronic soundtracks (o hi Stranger Things.) This record has moods, it has bangers, and it has bops. It also gives me John Carpenter vibes, which is always a plus for me. A pretty fantastic album and easily my favorite New Order album. My favorite track is 'Sooner Than You Think' because the intro part before the lyrics start is just so fun, it's like a Mega Man level.
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Track List

  1. Love Vigilantes
  2. The Perfect Kiss
  3. This Time of Night
  4. Sunrise
  5. Elegia
  6. Sooner Than You Think
  7. Sub-culture
  8. Face Up
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