Live in Glasgow DVD for New OrderPosted on 29/04/08
New Order are to release a new live DVD on June 2nd. "New Order: Live In Glasgow" was recorded at the Glasgow Academy in 2006 and features 18 tracks including 4 Joy Division songs. Next to that the release will also contain a bonus disc of footage from the band's personal archive including 80's footage from Glastonbury, Rome, Cork, Rotterdam and Toronto.
The release is the band's first new release since Peter Hook told Bass Guitar Magazine in January 2008 that New Order had split up. Below is the band liv at work at the Reading Festival in 1998.
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