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NEW ORDER: KEN CUMMINS. Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York, 2015. 208 pp. with 219 ills. (59 col.) and 96 reference ills. 31 x 23 cm. LC 2014-955114 ISBN 9780847843602 In English.
Publisher's description: A definitive collection of photographs of the legendary and influential band New Order. New Order remains one of the most popular bands of the last half century. Founded in the dying years of punk and disco, and combining elements of post-punk, new wave, and electronic dance music, New Order was responsible for some of the biggest hits of the era and is one of few bands to have achieved mainstream success while retaining cult status. Having been the most trusted photographer of Joy Division in the 1970s, Kevin Cummins was uniquely placed to document the rise and fall of New Order, from their formation in 1980 to their split in 1993. From underground beginnings as the flagship group of Factory Records in Manchester to grandstand tours around Europe and America, Cummins captured the band in every light, from the intimacy of the studio to the frenetic energy of live performance. Collected here for the first time are more than a hundred photographs reflecting over a decade of New Order. Prefaced by a selection of rarely seen ephemera, conversations with the band members, and an introduction from Douglas Coupland, this is a stunning celebration of a band whose influence on music and fashion is still palpable today.
Artist(s):Cummins, Ken
Indexing: Western, Europe — Great Britain — Post-1970 — Photography
Plans: 70
Worldwide Number: 164064
Hardcover $50.00t (libraries receive a 20% discount on this title)    

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