Grateful Dead – Without a Net
Expanding our popular selection of The Grateful Dead with an exciting 3 LP se@Leviton of Live Dead with over two hours of historic performances between October ‘89 and April ‘90
New Order – Substance
Substance” is a compilation album by the English rock band New Order, released in 1987. It is a collection of the band’s 12-inch singles and their B-sides, spanning from 1981 to 1987. The album features tracks that were significant in the evolution of New Order’s sound, particularly as they transitioned from their earlier post-punk roots as Joy Division to a more electronic and dance-oriented sound.
“Substance” includes some of New Order’s most iconic and well-known tracks, such as “Blue Monday,” “Bizarre Love Triangle,” and “True Faith.” “Blue Monday” is especially notable for being one of the best-selling singles of all time. The album also showcases the band’s exploration of electronic music, synthesizers, and dance beats, contributing to their influence on the alternative dance and synth-pop genres.
The compilation provides a comprehensive look at New Order’s work during a pivotal period in the 1980s, and it remains a significant release in the band’s discography.