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Regret - NewOrder* - (The Best Of) NewOrder (CD)

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  1. "Regret" is a song by British alternative rock band New Order. It was released in April as the lead single from their album of the same year, Republic. Stephen Hague is credited as both the producer and as a co-writer. It was the band's first single released through London Records following the collapse of Factory Records.. The song was a critical and commercial success, reaching the top.
  2. A: [Antoine] "Qwest records didn't want some tracks appearing on Substance to appear on the best of NewOrder. That's why Shellshock, The Perfect Kiss, Thieves Like Us didn't make it to the CD. They decided to include one track from each album instead, and they are said to have asked some fans before about which tracks to include.
  3. Stream Regret by New Order from desktop or your mobile device. SoundCloud. Regret by New Order published on TZ. Genre Pop Comment by Disenchanted Corruptor and the Subsonics. Such a great album. And absolutely my favorite grouping of artwork on the album and across all related singles.
  4. New Order are Bernard Sumner, Gillian Gilbert, Stephen Morris, Tom Chapman and Phil Cunningham. Their new album, Music Complete is out now on Mute.
  5. It's nothing I regret Save it for another day It's the school exam and the kids have run away I would like a place I could call my own Have a conversation on the telephone Wake up every day that would be a start I would not complain of my wounded heart I was upset you see Almost all the time You used to be a stranger Now you are mine.
  6. New Listing Republic by New Order (UK) (CD, May, Qwest) out of 5 stars 5 product ratings 5 product ratings - Republic by New Order (UK) (CD, May, Qwest).
  7. Regret is about growing up and doing less drugs, neither of which helped New Order produce some of the best indie-pop-dance-rock tracks of the 80s and 90s. After all, the outstanding guitar work on Brotherhood isn't physically possible without speed. Nevertheless, Regret is classic New Order/5(6).

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