Low-Life

New Order - Low-Life
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Based on 4 reviews
1985 Ratings: #19 / 89
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Based on 247 ratings
1985 Ratings: #4
Liked by 8 people
May 13, 1985 / Release Date
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RakkSmells
78
[Genre: Alternative Dance]

Half of this album I friggin loved. That half being from Sunrise to Sub-culture. I like the more rock-influenced side of Sunrise, I really enjoyed the darkwave cut Elegia, and Sub-culture and Sooner Than You Think were a straight groove. The rest of the album I thought was just okay. Specifically the first 3 tracks. Either the sound is quite dated in my eyes or I just don't see myself as intrigued by them as the previously mentioned 4 tracks I loved. I'd still say 78 ... read more
morningsbell
96
guys guys guys,
this album is better than Power Corruption and Lies.
wake up
PreeMo
94
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*)
MusicSucks
90
Although It's actually impossible to post here from Nintendo 3DS systems, you can rate stuff. I had already typed some text there which I'm gonna copy to here. Fix it, @Rob, please, this is the future

"Hey,,, everyone
Im writing from my Nintendo 3ds system to tell you how good this album is. I hope you enjoy and dont mind bad formatting.
Anyway, with this album, New Order gives some very tasty tunes that showcase the harmony between a guitar with a lot of chorus and a synth with dance ... read more
ThrowBackG
78
I hate the part where he says Gucci gang
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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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Added on: April 20, 2013