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Music

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Your Subculture Soundtrack, the music encyclopedia

Founded: 1980

Headquarters: Manchester, UK

Website Link(s): Official Site

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Label(s)

Genre(s)

RIYL

Band Members

  • Bernard Sumner
  • Peter Hook
  • Stephen Morris
  • Phil Cunningham
  • Gillian Gilbert

Includes Members of

  • Joy Division
  • Electronic
  • Marion
  • The Other Two
  • Revenge
  • Monaco

Band Biography

When Joy Division ended due to Ian Curtis' suicide, the remaining members decided to stay together. They looked for a singer within the band, and this was how Bernard Sumner was chosen. The first New Order albums were more similar to Joy Division's stuff, although as they went on, they became poppier and dancier, and had much more success with their electropop and dance singles and albums. They've made the occasional foray into more techno based music as well. They are still together and still putting out albums.

Discography

Albums

  • Movement
  • Power, Corruption & Lies
  • Low-Life
  • Brotherhood
  • Technique
  • Republic
  • Get Ready
  • Waiting For The Sirens' Call
  • Substance
  • The Peel Sessions
  • The Best Of New Order
  • The Rest Of New Order
  • International
  • Retro
  • Singles
  • Taras Shevchenko
  • Pumped Full Of Drugs
  • Substance 1987 (video)
  • New Order Story
  • (The Best Of) New Order (video)
  • 316
  • 511
  • A Collection
  • Item

EPs

  • The Peter Saville Show Soundtrack
  • 1981-1982 New Order

Singles

  • Ceremony
  • Procession / Everything's Gone Green
  • Temptation
  • Blue Monday
  • Confusion
  • Thieves Like Us
  • The Perfect Kiss
  • Sub-Culture
  • Shellshock
  • State Of The Nation
  • Bizarre Love Triangle
  • True Faith
  • Touched By The Hand Of God
  • Blue Monday '88
  • Fine Time
  • Round & Round
  • Run 2
  • World In Motion
  • Regret
  • Ruined In A Day
  • World (The Price Of Love
  • Spooky
  • True Faith '94
  • 1963
  • Blue Monday '95
  • Bizarre Love Triangle
  • Video 5 8 6
  • Crystal
  • 60 Miles An Hour
  • Someone Like You
  • Here To Stay
  • Krafty
  • Jetstream
  • Waiting For The Sirens' Call
  • Turn

Appears On

Compilations

Soundtracks

  • Pretty In Pink
  • Something Wild
  • Salvation!
  • Trainspotting
  • Blade
  • The Wedding Singer
  • American Psycho
  • The Beach
  • D.E.B.S.
  • Moog

Mix CDs

  • Flashback: The Nostalgic Hits of 2005 (Aila's Dub Club Best of 2005 Mix)
  • Aila's Mp3 Of The Week
  • Dub Club: Aila - The Radio Is Broken

Radio Shows

Further Reading


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"This new empire is a disgrace to the memory of the Republic and the Jedi who served it."
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The New Order, also called the New Imperial Order and the New Era of Power, was the name primarily given to the political program adopted by the Galactic Empire and its successor governments (Imperial Remnant, Fel Empire and Darth Krayt's Galactic Empire); and the ideology of COMPNOR.

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Terminology

The term New Order was likely based on the use of the term "Old Order" to represent the Galactic Republic. The term had also been used earlier by members of the Separatist Council to describe the Confederacy of Independent Systems.

Whether the use of "New Order" by both the Confederacy and the Galactic Empire was due to them both being led by Palpatine, or just coincidence, is unknown.

History

The New Order has its origin in the Declaration of a New Order by which Palpatine established the Empire in 19 BBY. It endured, with and without Palpatine, in one form or another, for at least one hundred and sixty years. That it lasted this long is no credit to Palpatine, for in the end it had never truly been intended to operate without him; it fell to others—to Gilad Pellaeon and, later, to the Fels—to try to find a new relevance for it, to give it a new lease on life as a "New Order with a Personal Face." Under Darth Krayt, however, the New Order was returning back to the way it was, back to Sith tyranny and absolute rule under the Head of State.

Ideology

The New Order arose as a result of the failures of the Galactic Republic, which was decentralized and often found ineffectual in resolving disputes between its more powerful members. The Empire was championed as a strong unifying solution to this problem. It criticized the perceived decadence and weakness of the Republic, and advocated an authoritarian and militaristic social and political culture. It promised to trade frailty for strength, chaos for order, and uncertainty for decisiveness.

Male Chauvinism

The New Order's ideology was pervasively male chauvinist, possibly due to its military origins. The armed forces were almost entirely male—first because their earliest members were so and later because of deliberate exclusion. Likewise were most of the Emperor's advisors. However, there were notable exceptions such as Admiral Natasi Daala. Though later, during the days of the Imperial Remnant, women were just as important as they were in the New Republic. Male chauvinism would later rear its head, especially when the Council of Moffs saw that Marasiah Fel was to become the next ruler of the Fel Empire.

Culture

The culture of New Order proponents was ascetic and minimalist. These aesthetics were encouraged throughout the galaxy by the Coalition for Progress, an arm of COMPNOR. During its short existence, the Empire was not particularly brutal in the suppression of artistic culture, as it was primarily interested in military and political dominance. However, pressures from the New Order left their mark on the art of the Imperial period.

Despite this, there existed a sharp dichotomy in Imperial culture. On one hand, there was certainly a change from the artistic vibrancy of the Galactic Republic. On the other, the privileged élites of the Core Worlds that formed the ruling class of the Empire often attended soirées, fêtes, and balls. These fortunate few enjoyed a charmed existence under the Empire where Human-produced operas and artwork presented a sort of intellectual renaissance, at the expense of non-Human or politically "subversive" art.

It was felt that only the upper crust of galactic society was suited for the rigors of command, so a disproportionate amount of the Imperial command staff came from richer backgrounds. This led to a sharp contrast between the highly cultured top brass and the comparatively brainwashed rank-and-file.

Another aspect of their culture was being Anti-Jedi, denouncing the use of the Force, though Palpatine commissioned a loose organization of loyal Darksiders called the Dark Side Adepts as a replacement for the now abolished Jedi Order and to make up for the lack of Sith Lords to do his bidding.

Such was not true later on during the days of the Imperial Remnant on, as the top brass were now formed from the more experienced veterans rather than galactic blue-bloods, meaning more sensible, experience-backed decisions on the battlefield. In addition, Jedi were no longer hated like they were. Though individual hatred was possibly prevalent, it was no longer law to despise them or the Force. Such would lead into the formation of the Knights of the Empire.

Xenophobia

The New Order was intrinsically tied to a Human-supremacist vision of society. Aliens were rarely accepted into formal Imperial organizations, droids even less. They were also often the target of exclusionary policies, perhaps as a result of the stigma surrounding the alien-based Confederacy of Independent Systems and their droid army.

Officially, New Order proponents justified the subordinate status of non-Humans by suggesting that Human supremacy was needed in order to protect and govern them. This marginalization explained why non-Humans did not hold positions of power: they were not technically barred but ostensibly were simply unfit for such positions. Theoretically, Imperial law made no distinction between Imperial citizens (Human or others) but the practice of Human High Culture belied such legal niceties.

In some cases, sentient aliens had been virtually exterminated by the Empire (infamously, the Empire occasionally used an ecological act permitting the eradication of dangerous species to justify military operations against sentient species). This allowed aliens to be enslaved and put to work in mines and on the Death Star. Chewbacca worked under the Empire until Han Solo freed him from oppression. Another change was Humans were the only ones allowed in the military (notable exceptions included Grand Admiral Thrawn). Many planets were represented by Humans in the Imperial Senate prior to its deconstruction. Many species, including the Mon Calamari and the Bothans, joined the Alliance to Restore the Republic in response to their loss of rights and treatment. After the fall of the Galactic Empire the Remnant abandoned speciesism altogether, thus potentially drafting the Rights of Sentience into the Imperial Charter. Droid rights were most likely brought up from an absolute no to a controversial maybe. By the time of the Second Imperial Civil War, Humanocentrism was still present amongst the ranks of the Imperial Military, as exemplified by Admiral Dru Valan, despite the new laws.

Economic practice

Following the Clone Wars, the Empire started a process of stabilization and expansion of the economy. While the Imperial Period saw dramatic increases in state control and centralization of economic procedures, it had little effect on the galactic economy, as witnessed in the virtual non-existence of inflation.

New Order supporters

At first, people of the Empire enthusiastically supported the vision outlined in the Declaration of a New Order, largely due to the violence that had plagued the galaxy for so long. Many Senators wholeheartedly supported the new government while a number of more cautious Senators chose to watch and wait to see how the new government would handle the affairs of state. Imperial citizens were encouraged to join COMPNOR. However, the New Order began to lose support as the Empire's authoritarian nature became increasingly public.

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