New Order to release career-spanning DVD

'Live In Glasgow' also features Joy Division tracks

New Order have announced that they will release a career-spanning live DVD this summer.

‘Live In Glasgow’ is due out in the US on June 24. It chronicles the band’s two-night stand at Glasgow’s Carling Academy in October 2006.

The collection, featuring 5.1 Surround Sound, includes tracks from throughout New Order‘s career such as ‘Blue Monday’ and ‘Bizarre Love Triangle’, as well as rare performances of Joy Division songs including ‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’ and ‘Transmission’.


The collection also contains a bonus disc of previously unreleased footage from the band’s personal archives, including classic live performances filmed between 1981 and 2006.

The DVD tracklisting is:

Disc 1



‘True Faith’




‘Who’s Joe’

‘These Days’


‘Waiting For The Sirens Call’

‘Your Silent Face’

‘Guilt Is A Useless Emotion’

‘Bizarre Love Triangle’


‘Perfect Kiss’

‘Blue Monday’



‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’

Disc 2

Celebration 1981



‘Chosen Time’

Glastonbury 1981



‘The Him’

Rome 1982



Cork 1983

‘Leave Me Alone’

‘Everything’s Gone Green’

Rotterdam 1985


‘As It Is When It Was’

‘The Village’

‘This Time Of Night’

Toronto 1985

‘We All Stand’

‘Age Of Consent’


Shoreline, Bay Area 1989

‘Dream Attack’


Hyde Park, London 2006

‘Run Wild’

‘She’s Lost Control’

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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