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Album: Bizarre Love Triangle - EP

Artist: New Order

  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 5

  • Copyright: ℗ 1986 This compilation: (P) 1986 Factory Communications Ltd

Tracklist For Bizarre Love Triangle - EP By Artist New Order

Title Artist Time
1
Bizarre Love Triangle New Order 4:20 USD 1.29
2
Bizarre Love Triangle (Extende New Order 6:42 USD 1.29
3
I Don't Care (Dub) [a.k.a. Biz New Order 7:03 USD 1.29
4
State of the Nation New Order 6:31 USD 1.29
5
Bizarre Love Triangle (Single New Order 3:44 USD 1.29

Reviews For Bizarre Love Triangle - EP By Artist New Order

  • Amazing

    5
    By Shrimp attack 🍤 🍤
    Speechless. Every time. This song is just so good, it creates a moment in time, it's a true work of art. Bizarre Love Triangle isn't the only amazing song by New Order either, some of my other favorites are True Faith and Regret, other songs that transport you into another world, creating landscapes with overlapping tones and rhythms accompanied by shots from the drums that make your heart jump.
  • Finally I found this for my mother!!!!!

    5
    By WickedChipmunk
    All she did is tell me the decade and one line, "I get down on my knees and pray", but I still found it! Go GOOGLE!
  • As It Is, When It Was

    4
    By picassooverride
    I want to know who it is that thinks New Order was a carbon copy of Depeche Mode. They must not have been there. Apples and oranges. I don't even want to put the two in the same sentence. "Bizarre Love Triangle" is an easily digestible but great dance track, but there are better tracks on the Brotherhood CD. "All Day Long" and "As It Is When It Was" come to mind.
  • Still so good

    4
    By jessicadm
    THat means it's a keeper! Great remixes here too. Get em all
  • GET THIS AND THE CRYSTAL METHOD REMIX!!!

    5
    By Because I Say So
    Absolutely beautiful song. This proves that New Order was not some Depeche Mode carbon copy. The best versions are the original and the Crystal Method remix. God, I love this song! It's so uplifting! Get it today!
  • Nice to see you EP

    4
    By zuzzabuzz
    This EP is a nice gem in my CD collection and I'm glad that it's available in iTunes. The unique tracks are the "I Don't Care (Dub)" and the "Single Remix". If you own Brotherhood and Substance (or Best) then you already have the other songs. If not, grab this EP. Such an enjoyable song, I can listen to the whole EP and not get tired of it.

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