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[video] -> new order - blue monday documentary

Postby negative1 » Wed Jan 08, 2014 8:41 am

here is an excellent 30 minute documentary
about new orders - blue monday:
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http://www.svtplay.se/video/1681962/del ... -subtitles

it's in swedish with english subtitles,
the band of course speaks in english.

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Postby hypnohighball » Wed Jan 08, 2014 10:39 am

Excellent - thank you for posting this!
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Postby obs » Wed Jan 08, 2014 4:22 pm

The first one in the series is Berlin - Take My Breath Away, which is interesting, as it talks a bit about Giorgio Moroder. You should see the link on the Blue Monday page.
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Postby hypnohighball » Thu Jan 09, 2014 2:19 am

I wish this was on youtube so I could record it!
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Postby negative1 » Thu Jan 09, 2014 2:32 am

[quote][i]Originally posted by hypnohighball[/i]
<br>I wish this was on youtube so I could record it!
[/quote]

just use a screenrecorder to do it.

it works just as well, that's what i used.

something like apowersoft screenrecorder pro.

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Postby negative1 » Thu Jan 09, 2014 8:54 am

the almost 720p video is about 1Gig not really compressed.

the 480p version as an AVI is about 280megs.

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i wonder why they never mention the blue monday video?
or the edit version of it?
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftJZomwDhxQ


it's never included in their newer compilations
or collections?

there was the japanese 7" edit, which was a promo,
and the polish 7" also, which was about 5 minutes long.

i have the polish one, the japanese one is very expensive.

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Postby schwenko » Thu Jan 09, 2014 9:34 am

[quote][i]Originally posted by negative1[/i]
<br>the almost 720p video is about 1Gig not really compressed.

the 480p version as an AVI is about 280megs.

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i wonder why they never mention the blue monday video?
or the edit version of it?
------------------------------------------------------
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftJZomwDhxQ

it's never included in their newer compilations
or collections?

there was the japanese 7" edit, which was a promo,
and the polish 7" also, which was about 5 minutes long.

i have the polish one, the japanese one is very expensive.

later
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[/quote]

Who created the video? Peter Saville? Hooky?[;)]

And didn't Stephen erase the floppy disc that contained every thing at one point, so they had to start all over again?

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Postby q89747 » Thu Jan 09, 2014 12:46 pm

Nice post. Great docco.
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Postby rewind » Fri Jan 10, 2014 12:56 am

[quote][i]Originally posted by schwenko[/i]
<br

Who created the video? Peter Saville? Hooky?[;)]

Sugoi !!!
[/quote]

The video was actually for the '88 version of the song, when it was released in the U.S. through Qwest/Warner Bros. It was produced (directed?) by artist William Wegman, and featured his dog. Animator Robert Breer was also a collaborator.

The original, classic "Blue Monday" didn't have an official music video.
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Postby magnum » Fri Jan 10, 2014 1:18 am

[quote][i]Originally posted by rewind[/i]
The original, classic "Blue Monday" didn't have an official music video.
[/quote]

Maybe wrong...but I don't think any of the early new order singles had promo vids

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Postby negative1 » Fri Jan 10, 2014 2:55 am

[quote][i]Originally posted by rewind[/i]
<br>[quote][i]Originally posted by schwenko[/i]
<br

Who created the video? Peter Saville? Hooky?[;)]

Sugoi !!!
[/quote]

The video was actually for the '88 version of the song, when it was released in the U.S. through Qwest/Warner Bros. It was produced (directed?) by artist William Wegman, and featured his dog. Animator Robert Breer was also a collaborator.

The original, classic "Blue Monday" didn't have an official music video.
[/quote]

you guys need to check out the youtube video.

there ARE promo videos for tons of early new order songs.

the blue monday promo IS OFFICIAL.

here are more:
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http://www.niagara.edu/neworder/

-> videos -> compilations

blue monday:
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http://www.niagara.edu/neworder/video/shorts.html

VHS: UK 1985 (Factory FACT 137)
VHS: UK 1983 (Ikon IKON 12) [PAL/NTSC]
VHS: UK 200? (Visionary Music Video IKON12) [PAL/NTSC]
VHS: US 1983 (Factory US/Of Factory New York FACT 137) [NTSC]
BETA: UK 1985 (Factory FACT 137)
BETA: UK 1983 (Ikon IKON 12) [PAL/NTSC]
BETA: US 1983 (Factory US/Of Factory New York FACT 137) [NTSC]
Blue Monday *

* Original "Blue Monday" promo video.


your silent face, and prime 586:
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http://www.niagara.edu/neworder/video/afo.html

VHS: UK 1983 (Factory FACT 71V) [PAL/NTSC]
VHS: UK 1983 (Ikon IKON 5) [PAL/NTSC]
VHS: UK 200? (Visionary Music Video IKON05) [PAL/NTSC]
VHS: US 1983 (Factory US/Of Factory New York FACT 71) [NTSC]
BETA: UK 1983 (Factory FACT 71B) [PAL/NTSC]
BETA: UK 1983 (Ikon IKON 5) [PAL/NTSC]
BETA: US 1983 (Factory US/Of Factory New York FACT 71) [NTSC]
2:45 (Hacienda Construction Footage) *
6:37 Your Silent Face

* Instrumental primitive of 5-8-6 (Video 586) used for intro Hacienda
construction footage.
- Live at The Hacienda Club, Manchester.

ceremony, in a lonely place:
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http://www.niagara.edu/neworder/video/afv.html

VHS: JP 198? (Factory/Japan Home Video KH-6006)
VHS: UK 1982 (Factory FACT 56) [PAL/NTSC] *
VHS: UK 1982 (Ikon IKON 3) [PAL/NTSC]
VHS: US 1982 (Factory US/Of Factory New York FACT 56) [NTSC]
VHS: UK 200? (Visionary Music Video IKON03) [PAL]
BETA: UK 1982 (Factory FACT 56) [PAL/NTSC] *
BETA: UK 1982 (Ikon IKON 3) [PAL/NTSC]
BETA: US 1982 (Factory US/Of Factory New York FACT 56) [NTSC]
Ceremony
In a Lonely Place

* First edition in flip-top packaging.
- Live performance.

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Postby schwenko » Fri Jan 10, 2014 3:08 am

what -1 said

from wikipedia

"A music video for a shortened version of the original song was created in 1983, featuring military clips with false colour, simple computer-generated graphics such as colour blocks and geometric lines, digitised video of band members at very low resolution and framerate, and a short appearance of the game Zaxxon (reportedly the Apple II port). The colour blocks were created using Peter Saville's colour-coded alphabet.[20]

On the Australian show Rage, a video was shown containing footage taken from their BBC Top of the Pops performance with the studio track dubbed over it.

The music video for "Blue Monday '88" appears on the Substance video collection (released as a companion to the album of the same name). The video features sketches by photographer William Wegman and his Weimaraner dog named Fay Ray doing balancing acts intercut with hand-drawn animation by Robert Breer. The band members are shown standing around doing various tasks, such as walking a wooden plank over a floor that is painted blue, holding wire-mesh constructed art and milk crates over their faces, being hit by tennis balls, and standing still while they flip through various flip books (tying into the hand-drawn animation sequences)"

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Postby negative1 » Fri Jan 10, 2014 3:20 am

i have a beat up version of the blue monday 88 flipbook from ebay.

i have scanned all the pages in high resolution.

you can find all the pictures here, along with
an animated gif, and a youtube video of all the
animations.
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http://forums.neworderonline.com/defaul ... sts&t=1692

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