Label: Factory - 50678 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: France • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Synth-pop, Indie Rock
Musically, it is one of the band's most dance -centred songs, with few guitar or bass lines. Like the majority of New Order songs, the song's title is not mentioned in its lyrics. The song is about New Order's then-souring relationship with Tony Wilsonthe owner of Factory Records, which was the band's label at the time.
On the documentary "New Round & Round - Neworder* - Technique Story", Bernard Sumner discusses that he did not originally intend the song to be about Tony Wilson and the tension between Wilson and the group, but Sumner admits that growing tension between the two men ultimately was channelled into the song when it was being written.
Randomly intercut into the footage of the women are various colorized short clips of flowers or marbles. During the filming of the various models, it was decided to film additional footage of one model Patty Sylvia for an alternative cut of the video that features only Sylvia and the brief one-second color intercuts.
Bernard's second wife, Sarah, is also rumoured to have appeared in the video; however, as she is rarely Carolina In The Pines - Michael Murphey* - Blue Sky-Night Thunder in public, it is difficult to confirm which one she is.
Veronica Webb is featured with a dreadlock hairstyle in the video. A very young Cynthia Bailey is also featured. Fabienne Terwinghe is the fourth model. Elaine Irwin is the last model shown. The artwork by Peter Saville mirrors the Technique album Sacred Snow - Ariel Pink & R. Stevie Moore - Ku Klux Glam, but uses a different statue Round & Round - Neworder* - Technique a red or blue depending on which version is owned background.
With the single following the New Order tradition of not including the title within the lyrics, the line "The picture you see is no portrait of me" was stickered on varying sleeves.
These versions Obleaque - Various - [Un]reachable Canopy other remixes were distributed on over twenty 7", 12", and CD single formats, many with exclusive artwork. This version revised Hague's seven inch remix removing many of the echoed refrains.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Synthpop  techno disco . New Order All versions Stephen Hague 7" version. Retrieved 12 April Retrieved 26 August Copyright R. Kernin, Dennis Remmer, and T. Retrieved That, re-recorded seven inch mix was then re-mastered with a little tweaking for 'The Best Of' in The only really noticeable difference is the wide stereo panning of the opening orchestra hits, and the lack of delays on Barney's voice in the verse 'Done to me, done to me, done to me', etc.
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