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Brotherhood [Collector's Edition]

by New Order

Brotherhood [Collector's Edition] by New Order

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Brotherhood [Collector's Edition]

by New Order

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Label: Rhino/Warner Bros.
Recorded in 1986, Brotherhood found New Order taking their original rock aesthetic -- grounded in overdriven drums, guitar and bass -- to its most ambient extremes, thanks to a dense production style that turned Phil Spector's wall of sound into a crushing wave. But this 2008 reissue also finds the band delving deep into the early house aesthetic of Chicago and New York, thanks to skeletal electro reworks from Shep Pettibone and proto-acid jams like the 303-led "True Faith (True Dub)."

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Recorded in 1986, Brotherhood found New Order taking their original rock aesthetic -- grounded in overdriven drums, guitar and bass -- to its most ambient extremes, thanks to a dense production style that turned Phil Spector's wall of sound into a crushing wave. But this 2008 reissue also finds the band delving deep into the early house aesthetic of Chicago and New York, thanks to skeletal electro reworks from Shep Pettibone and proto-acid jams like the 303-led "True Faith (True Dub)."

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About This Album

Recorded in 1986, Brotherhood found New Order taking their original rock aesthetic -- grounded in overdriven drums, guitar and bass -- to its most ambient extremes, thanks to a dense production style that turned Phil Spector's wall of sound into a crushing wave. But this 2008 reissue also finds the band delving deep into the early house aesthetic of Chicago and New York, thanks to skeletal electro reworks from Shep Pettibone and proto-acid jams like the 303-led "True Faith (True Dub)."