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Procession - Peter Hook & The Light* - New Orders Movement & Power, Corruption & Lies (Live At

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  1. May 05,  · Peter Hook and The Light. $ Unknown Pleasures Live in Australia. Peter Hook And The Light. $ Substance: The Albums Of Joy Division and New Order - Live At Apollo Theatre Manchester 16/09/ Peter Hook and The Light. $ New Order's Movement and Power Corruption and Lies - Live At Hebden Bridge. Peter Hook and The Light.
  2. Apr 17,  · Peter Hook announced this week that he’ll release a digital live album capturing his performance of  New Order’s first two albums — ′s Movement and ′s Power, Corruptions & Lies — with his band The Light in Manchester earlier this year, then took the opportunity today to swipe at his ex-bandmates’ performance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” last night.
  3. On 23 June , Peter Hook and The Light performed both Joy Division albums live in Ian Curtis' hometown of Macclesfield, within the unique surroundings of the Christ Church. The Light also performed their Movement and Power, Corruption & Lies set for only the fourth time ever by returning to the Buxton Opera House on 23 July Genres: Post-punk, alternative rock, new wave, .
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  5. The delivery is what its all about, and Peter Hook & the Light make a good fist of it. Each recording covers a particular album: cho ose between Joy Division’s Unknown Pleasures and Closer, or New Order’s Movement and Power, Corruption and Lies. You get a smattering of odds and sods before each full album performance, and a handful of.
  6. Jun 14,  · Peter Hook and the Light do a great performance of these classics, true to the original songs with slight live performance tweaks. The recording itself is good, not excellent--the low end is lacking. But, again--Hooky is always part of New Order, and I wish they'd just do one more performance together--Bernard, Gillian, Stephen and Peter--so I /5(2).

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