"We live always underground". New Order’s Power, Corruption and Lies (1983) as an Ode to the Independence Ethos and Melancholy as an Aesthetic


Term Paper, 2020

18 Pages, Grade: 1,3


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Table of Contents:

1. Independence as a Paradigm in Power, Corruption & Lies

2. Independent and Mainstream Divide of Popular Culture

3. Manchester During the 1980s: Factory Records and The Hagienda

4. Theoretical Framework

5. Analysis of Power, Corruption & Lies

6. New Order as Pioneers of 'Madchester' and Rave Music

7. Bibliography

8. Appendix

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Title
"We live always underground". New Order’s Power, Corruption and Lies (1983) as an Ode to the Independence Ethos and Melancholy as an Aesthetic
College
University of Sussex
Grade
1,3
Author
Year
2020
Pages
18
Catalog Number
V962696
ISBN (eBook)
9783346315502
ISBN (Book)
9783346315519
Language
English
Notes
-includes semiotic album analysis of Power, Corruption & Lies Appendices are not included due to copyright reasons.
Keywords
New Order, High culture, Low Culture, Popular Music, New Wave, Madchester, Post Punk, Joy Division, Factory Records, Album Analysis, Michael Riffaterre, Semiotik, Independent, Indie, Theodor Adorno, Sarah Thornton, Club Culture, Charles Sanders Peirce, Ferdinand de Saussure
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Leona Walter (Author), 2020, "We live always underground". New Order’s Power, Corruption and Lies (1983) as an Ode to the Independence Ethos and Melancholy as an Aesthetic, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/962696

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