|1||Morning Night And Day||5:08|
|2||I Told You So|
Vocals [Additional Vocals] – Dawn Zee
Producer, Mixed By – John Leckie
|4||Hey Now What You Doing||5:13|
Mixed By – Rich CosteyProducer – John Leckie
|6||Special U.S. Bonus Track|
|9||Waiting For The Sirens' Call||5:40|
Producer – Stuart PriceVocals [Featuring] – Ana MatronicWritten-By – Ana Lynch, Stuart Price
|12||Guilt Is A Useless Emotion|
Producer – Stuart PriceVocals [Additional Vocals] – Beatrice Hatherley, Dawn Zee
|13||Guilt Is A Useless Emotion (Mac Quayle Vocal Mix)|
Producer, Mixed By – Mac QuayleVocals [Additional Vocals] – Dawn Zee
|25646 2202 2||New Order||Waiting For The Sirens' Call (CD, Album)||London Records, Warner Bros. Records||25646 2202 2||UK & Europe||2005|
|none||New Order||Waiting For The Sirens' Call (CDr, Album, Promo, Wat)||London Records||none||UK||2005|
|25646 2202 2||New Order||Waiting For The Sirens' Call (CD, Album)||London Records, Warner Music Hong Kong Ltd.||25646 2202 2||Hong Kong||2005|
|OL 0319||New Order||Waiting For The Sirens' Call (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Warner Bros. Records||OL 0319||Russia||2005|
|25646-2202-2||New Order||Waiting For The Sirens' Call (CD, Album)||London Records, Warner Bros. Records||25646-2202-2||Argentina||2005|
- Art Direction – Peter Saville
- Design – Howard Wakefield
- Engineer – Cenzo Townshend (tracks: 2, 6, 10, 11)
- Engineer [Additional] – Bruno Ellingham
- Engineer [Assistant] – Claire Lewis, Marco Migliari, Owen Skinner, Paul Grady, Phil Rose, Rob Haggett, Tom Stanley
- Keyboards, Programmed By [Additional] – Mac Quayle
- Mixed By – Cenzo Townshend (tracks: 2, 6, 10, 11), Stephen Street (tracks: 2, 6, 10, 11)
- Photography By – Anna Blessman, Peter Saville
- Producer – Jim Spencer (tracks: 1, 3, 5), New Order, Stephen Street (tracks: 2, 6, 10, 11)
- Written-By – New Order
Some editions have a gold promo stamp on the front page of the booklet.
Designed @ Saville Associates
All tracks published by New Order/Warner Chappell Music Ltd. except track 8 published by New Order/Warner Chappell Music Ltd./Ultra Maria Music/EMI Music Publishing.
© ℗ 2005 London Records 90 Ltd.
Made in U.S.A.
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- Mastering SID Code: ifpi L909
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 2V2Q
- Other (Text on inner mould ring): (c)(p)2005 London Records 90 Ltd. Made in USA 49307-2 Warner Bros. Records Inc., A Warner Music Group Company.
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – London Records 90 Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – London Records 90 Ltd.
- Published By – New Order
- Published By – Warner/Chappell Music Ltd.
- Published By – Ultra Maria Music
- Published By – EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
- Designed At – Saville Associates
Waiting for the Sirens' Call - New Order. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Waiting for the Sirens' Call is the eighth studio album by English rock band New Order. The album was released on 28 March 2005 in the United Kingdom and 25 April 2005 in the United States, and was preceded by the single Krafty in February. Two additional singles from the album were released: Jetstream, which features vocals by Ana Matronic from Scissor Sisters, and the title track of the album. The album was released at a time when the band were experiencing unprecedented recognition in the media. The Official Video for 'Waiting For The Sirens Call' by New Order. Stream New Order's greatest hits here . It was released by London Records on 26 September 2005, and was the third single from the album of the same title. When New Order returned in 2001 with their first new record in eight years, the album they created Get Ready was given a great deal of leeway by fans if not critics. Was it original Not very. Although the band never recycled a riff, many of the songs recalled not just the band's salad days, but often specific performances from '80s touchstones Brotherhood or Low-life. New Order - Guilt Is A Useless Emotion 2015 Remastered Version 05:37, 320Kbs. New Order - Jetstream 2015 Remastered Version feat. Ana Matronic 05:21, 320Kbs. New Order - Dracula's Castle 2015 Remastered Version 05:37, 320Kbs. Most important - you can download the album Waiting For The Sirens' Call to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Album: Waiting For The Sirens' Call 2005. New Order's eighth studio album offers proof that after more than two decades in the trenches, rock 'n' roll is something like second nature. Yes, rock 'n' roll: Just listen to the bluesy shuffle of Working Overtime, a surprising British Invasion throwback. Elsewhere, they sound as modern as ever, with synths and dance beats driving Krafty and Morning Night and Day, but the album's beefy guitars and drums are stadium-sized. Even the club-oriented Jetstream, with its gospel-influenced vocal harmonies, sounds like they. Hey Now What You Doing, 05:13. Waiting For the Sirens' Call, 05:39. I Told You So, 05:57. Morning Night and Day, 05:08. Now playing: The Weeknd Blinding Lights. ReFresh Radio Fresh. Foreigner I Want to Know What Love Is. This is the Best ''New Order'' album from their entire discography. Uplifting more than enything else they did before or after this. But unfortunately original 2005 vinyl is VERY expensive. So, naturally, New Order turned to Saville to design the cover for Waiting For The Sirens' Call. Listen online for free, and download the album to a computer or phone in Order's meh is often better than most group's hell yeah, but that doesn't disguise their shortcomings, and Who's Joe- the first track from New Order's latest album, Waiting for the Sirens' Call- is a continuation of the underwhelming competence of the band's previous album. That track isn't as in love with the sound of space-age guitars as Get Ready, but it's still a three-minute song that's given an extra two minutes' worth of rope to turn stiff and tepid. Combine that with the unwarranted focus o
Performer: New Order
Title: Waiting For The Sirens' Call
Release date: 26 Apr 2005
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Style: Synth-pop, Indie Rock
Size MP3: 1264 mb
Rating: 4.8 / 5
Record source: CD, Album