Aside from two unreleased tracks remixed by old collaborator Arthur Baker, there’s nothing new on this somewhat random collection of singles and album tracks. Still, from the frigid techno of ”Blue Monday” to the emotive disco of ”Regret,” New Order’s best moments of the past decade also include some of pop’s finest.
Producer (group): Qwest, Warner Bros.
Posted April 28 1995 — 12:00 AM EDT
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