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New Order Unearth Rarities on 'Lost Sirens' - Album Premiere

Rockers release previously unused songs from 2005 sessions

New Order
Courtesy of Rhino
January 11, 2013 8:00 AM ET

Click to listen to New Order's Lost Sirens

Back when they were recording their 2005 LP, Waiting for the Sirens' Call, post-punk torchbearers New Order ended up with a handful of extra songs. They will finally see release on January 15th on Rhino. The unused tracks from the sessions were written and recorded before the departure of original bassist Peter Hook and appear completely intact.

Here you can take an exclusive first listen to Lost Sirens, which features no shortage of lovelorn yet wholly danceable cuts, such as opener "I'll Stay With You." "Hellbent" features a scorching guitar that morphs into chiming synths when the chorus drops, and "I've Got a Feeling" rides a supple bass line and steady drum groove to its sunny apex.

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