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NewOrder - Republic Album
NewOrder - Republic Album
Performer: NewOrder
Title: Republic
Label: Qwest Records, Warner Bros. Records
Country: US
Released: 1993
Style: Synth-pop
Cat: 9 45250-2
Rating: 4.4/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2003 mb | MP3 size: 1437 mb | WMA size: 1225 mb
Genre: Electronic

2Young Offender
Producer [Pre-Production] – Pascal Gabriel
4Everyone Everywhere4:25
Producer [Pre-Production] – Pascal Gabriel
8Times Change3:53
9Ruined In A Day4:23


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
828 413.1NewOrder Republic ‎(LP, Album)London Records828 413.1UK & Europe1993
828413, 828413.4NewOrder Republic ‎(Cass, Album)London Records, London Records, Phonokol, Phonokol828413, 828413.4Israel1993
828413.4NewOrder Republic ‎(Cass, Album)London Records, Polycosmic Records828413.4Philippines1993
828413.2NewOrder Republic ‎(CD, Album, Bla)London Records828413.2UK & Europe1993
113New Order Republic ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Super Sonic113RussiaUnknown


  • Art DirectionPeter Saville
  • EngineerMike 'Spike' Drake, Owen Morris, Richard Chapell, Simon Gogerly
  • Engineer [Assistant]Ben Findlay, Sam Hardaker
  • Musician [Additional]Andy Duncan, Audrey Riley, David Rhodes, Dee Lewis
  • ProducerNewOrder, Stephen Hague
  • Written-ByBernard Sumner, Gillian Gilbert, Peter Hook, Stephen Hague, Stephen Morris


This version is a BMG club edition that was pressed by Allied Record Company. Similar to NewOrder - Republic except this version has the BMG catalog number in place of the barcode.

Disc and booklet: Made in U.S.A.

10-page roll-out booklet with artwork and credits. Standard CD jewel case with black tray.


  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 1 45250-2 SRC##01 ARC ✴M4 S9
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 1 45250-2 SRC##01 ARC *M1 S7
  • Rights Society: ASCAP


  • Manufactured For – BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. – D 152039
  • Manufactured By – Qwest Records
  • Distributed By – Qwest Records
  • Manufactured By – WEA Manufacturing
  • Recorded At – Real World Studios
  • Mixed At – Real World Studios
  • Recorded At – RAK Studios
  • Mixed At – RAK Studios
  • Designed At – Pentagram
  • Published By – Vitalturn Co Ltd.
  • Published By – Wb Music Corp.
  • Glass Mastered At – Specialty Records Corporation
  • Pressed By – Allied Record Company


Republic stylised as Republic is the sixth studio album by English rock band New Order. It was first released on 3 May 1993 in the United Kingdom by London Records and on 11 May 1993 in the United States by Qwest and Warner Bros. It was the band's first album following the demise of their former label Factory Records, and would be their last studio album for eight years until 2001's Get Ready. The band's next album Republic was shadowed by the collapse of their longtime label Factory Records. The label had been ailing due to financial difficulties, and was forced to declare bankruptcy in 1992. New Order never had a formal contract with Factory. Although unusual for a major group, this was Factory's standard practice until the mid-1980s. Following the release and promotion of Republic, the band put New Order on hold while focusing on side projects with The Other Two's debut album released in 1993. In 1994, a second singles collection was released, entitled The Best of New Order. With Factory defunct, New Order released Republic, a more grunge turn on post-punk, but still New Order. The guitar-driven Regret helps pound through the hard times, while Ruined In a Day , Spooky , and World help keep that new wave formula that New Order gracefully built upon. Times Change points to the demise of Factory, while Avalanche closes us with a haunting feeling of completion. Even though New Order would not return for 8 years, the album helped mark the change for New Order once again. Republic Q&A. New Order - Republic review: Often overlooked, occasionally dismissed, rarely appreciated. Republic is a band rising from the ashes of the home they knew and lovedhated for just a little over a decade. Review Summary: Often overlooked, occasionally dismissed, rarely appreciated. Before their first real breakup, 4 years was a long time to wait for a New Order album. Just 3 years before Technique, Brotherhood followed its predecessor Low-Life by only a year, and before that the waiting periods between N. releases weren't exactly excruciating either. New Order - Republic 1993. To favorites 6 Download album. Listen album. Synthpop Dance Rock Alternative Pop. New Order. Songs in album New Order - Republic 1993. New Order - Regret. New Order - World. New Order - Ruined In A Day. New Order - Spooky. New Order - Everyone Everywhere. New Order - Young Offender. New Order - Liar. New Order - Chemical. New Order - Times Change. In keeping with previous work, Republic simply borrows elements of contemporary innovations in club music to frame a set of effortlessly enjoyable alternative pop songs. As on Technique, the singles World, Spooky are the most danceable on the record, while lyrical concerns are among the most direct of the group's career, including Ruined in a Day and Times Change, sure signs of the demise of Factory Records. Listen free to New Order Republic Regret, World and more. 11 tracks 47:16. They didnt spoke with each other for years and it would take them eight years before releasing new music so you can imagine that there are reasons why the band doesnt appear to be the biggest fan of the album as well. David Bowies 1987 album Never Let Me Down, for example. But Im pretty sure it got some fans out there as well. And thats the thing with me and Republic. Album 1993 11 Songs. Recorded after Factory's demise, Republic is a darker album than Technique, with somber tones creeping into New Orders lush mix of guitars and synths. They're still raving on Spooky and the driving Chemical, though the acid house has taken on a nervous twitch, and Liar is tinged by desperation. But reflection becomes a chance to soar on the triumphant Regret. Republic New Order. Band Name New Order. Album Name Republic. Type Album. Released date 03 May 1993. Labels London Recordings Qwest. Music StyleNew-Wave. Members owning this album10