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Blue Monday (New Order cover)


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So, lately it's been nothing, nothing, nothing and even more nothing. And now, this is the first of three songs I started working on all at once.

This is a cover of one of the better known tunes from New Order. Originally released in '82 or '83, it sounded more like a product of the band's previous incarnation Joy Division, but it was redone and rereleased in '86 as a straight-up synth pop tune.

This is not a synth pop cover. It's guitars, drums, vocals and lots of distortion. And it's another step in my effort to cover every song from the 80s. (At least the ones I like.)

It's also the debut recording using my new bass: an Ibanez Mikro. It's a short scale bass and it's metallic purple and a hell of a lot of fun to play.

Hope y'all enjoy this and, as always - PLAY IT LOUD!!!
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Uploaded: Sep 30, 2017 - 12:14:08 PM
Last Updated: Sep 30, 2017 - 12:14:08 PM Last Played: Oct 31, 2017 - 03:08:23 AM
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iMac, UR22 mk II pre-amp, MXL 990 mic, Les Paul, Ibanez Mikro bass
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Name: Joseph Gurner
Location: The Valley Mississippi USofA
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