Tracklist, Tributes — January 27, 2010 at 7:08 am

‘Ceremony: A New Order Tribute’ proceeds to benefit Tony Wilson children’s charity

New Order

Florida-based record label 24 Hour Service Station next month will release a two-disc tribute to New Order, proceeds from which will benefit the Salford Foundation Trust’s Tony Wilson Awards, established in memory of the late Factory Records co-founder and Manchester musical icon.

Due out Feb. 20 — on what would have been Wilson’s 60th birthday — the 2CD version of Ceremony: A New Order Tribute features 33 covers from electronic and indie acts such as Rabbit in the Moon, Detachments and Kites With Lights, as well as a spoken-word dedication from Peter Hook, bassist for New Order and its precursor Joy Division.

At the same time, 24 Hour Service Station also will issue an 18-track digital edition of Ceremony with an entirely different tracklist, plus a second digital-only album featuring 12 of the participating bands covering “Ceremony,” the Joy Division song that became New Order’s first single in 1981 following the suicide of singer Ian Curtis.

Marshall Dickson, a DJ who started 24 Hour Service Station in 1993, has been compiling the tribute since shortly after Wilson died  of cancer in 2007. A portion of the money raised by the project will go the charity established in Wilson’s name, which gives grants to children who demonstrate “a special talent or ambition in the arts or creative skills.”

For more information and to pre-order Ceremony, visit

DOWNLOAD: “The Perfect Kiss,” Detachments
DOWNLOAD: “Sub-Culture,” Pocket (f/ Shaun Robinson and Tracy Shedd)
DOWNLOAD: “Regret,” Win Win Winter
DOWNLOAD: “Dream Attack,” Kites With Lights

See full ‘Ceremony: A New Order Tribute’ tracklists after the jump…

'Ceremony: A New Order Tribute'

Tracklist: Ceremony: A New Order Tribute (2CD version)

Disc 1:
1. “Strangely Enough Impact,” Dedication to Tony Wilson by Peter Hook
2. “Ceremony,” Yes But No
3. “Dream Attack,” Kites With Lights
4. “Blue Monday,” Rabbit in the Moon
5. “Crystal,” The Dark Romantics
6. “Sub-Culture,” Pocket featuring Shaun Robinson & Tracy Shedd
7. “World,” Solo Gigolos U.K.
8. “Turn,” Lone Wolf featuring Geri X
9. “Mr. Disco,” Detachments
10. “Paradise,” The Beauvilles
11. “Run,” Christian Webb & Adam Knowles
12. “Thieves Like Us,” Sunbears!
13. “60 Miles an Hour,” GD Luxxe
14. “Love Vigilantes,” Jimmy Oakes
15. “All Day Long,” John Ralston
16. “Temptation,” The Dark Esquire
17. “The Him,” Johnny Parry

Disc 2:
1. “As It Is When It Was,” The Bedford Incident
2. “Round & round,” Sibling
3. “The Perfect Kiss,” Detachments
4. “Your Silent Face,” Flight
5. “This Time of Night,” Kingsbury
6. “Blue Monday,” The Cloud Roodm
7. “Ceremony,” The Sheaks
8. “Sunrise,” History
9. “Chosen Time,” Light Yourself on Fire
10. “Leave Me Alone,” Allegra Gellar
11. “Every Little Counts,” XOXO
12. “Bizarre Love Triangle,” Jimmy Oakes
13. “Regret,” Win Win Winter
14. “1963,” The Milling Gowns
15. “Ceremony,” Yes But Now (Kites With Lights Remix)

Tracklist: Ceremony: A New Order Tribute (Digital Album)

1. “Mr. Disco,” Marc Deon
2. “Chosen Time,” Manumatic
3. “Everything’s Gone Green,” CBentley
4. “Waiting For The Siren’s Call,” Lush Progress
5. “Love Less,” Jimmy Oakes
6. “We All Stand,” The Artificial Sea
7. “Truth,” Truth
8. “Angel Dust,” Fornever
9. “Your Silent Face,” Wedgepiece
10. “Face Up,” Last Year’s Model
11. “Doubts Even Here,” Razed In A New Division Of Agony
12. “Love Vigilantes,” Turbovamps
13. “Procession,” The Thin Boys
14. “Run,” The Sheaks
15. “True Faith,” Against The Stars
18. “Confusion,” Marc Deon

Tracklist: Ceremony 12 Versions

1. “Ceremony,” Christian Webb & Adam Knowles
2. “Ceremony,” Yes But No (Kites With Lights Remix
3. “Ceremony,” The Bedford Incident
4. “Ceremony,” Razed In A New Division Of Agony
5. “Ceremony,” Fornever
6. “Ceremony,” Glomag
7. “Ceremony,” The Milling Gowns
8. “Ceremony,” The Sheaks
9. “Ceremony,” Yes But No
10. “Ceremony,” Kingsbury
11. “Ceremony,” Marc Deon
12. “Ceremony,” Last Year’s Model


One Comment

  1. I would love to be added to the drawing of the new New Order tribute compilation. I saw them with my friends, Certain Generals at Constitution Hall in DC in the mid 80’s and met them :-)

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