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Trivia / Power, Corruption & Lies

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  • Completely Different Title: The Japanese release is titled 権力の美学 (Aesthetics of Power)
  • Hitless Hit Album: In its original configuration, the album lacks "Blue Monday." New Order had a habit of releasing popular non-album singles. This is especially noticeable since the cover has the same secret code and floppy disk motif of the "Blue Monday" 12-inch. Some reissues have added "Blue Monday" and its b-side, "The Beach". No singles were taken from the album either. Despite the lack of hits, album tracks like "Age of Consent" and "Your Silent Face" became fan favorites and the album topped the U.K. indie charts.
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  • Limited Special Collector's Ultimate Edition: In 1986, Factory released a cassette box set that had the album artwork as a postcard. Factory also released a conventional cassette sleeve for the album.


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