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New Order: Low-Life (Qwest)

Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 2 June 1985

FEW BANDS can claim a better pedigree than New Order. The English quartet is the offspring of Joy Division, the influential group whose name is virtually synonymous with the rich, moody style that came to define the post-punk movement.

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