Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about the New Order single. It has been New Order’s only number one song in the UK Singles Chart. One of the band members even described the single as “the last straw for Joy Division fans,” noting how its upbeat sound had inverted their former band’s famously gloomy image. We’ll all be smiling when we’re in Italy. After being internationally released, it was shown before the movie Die Hard 2. The Football Association Press Officer at the time, David Bloomfield, who had been a fan of Joy Division, contacted Tony Wilson, the head of New Order’s label Factory Records, with the suggestion that the band record a track for the forthcoming World Cup in Italy. Bloomfield had been inspired by a track by Colourbox called “The Official Colourbox World Cup Theme”, and he had noticed that the respected BBC Radio DJ John Peel occasionally played tracks by American football teams, deeming them good enough to play on his show without a hint of irony. Watching television one night, Bloomfield found himself watching “Best and Marsh”, a concoction of football chat and action clips. When the credits ran at the end of the programme, he noticed that the theme music was provided by New Order. In a eureka-like moment, he knew in an instant that he needed to contact Wilson and get the ball rolling. There was a bit of a stand off between the agent acting on behalf of the England squad and Wilson with Bloomfield acting to get the parties talking once more.
The players were by no means all willing to get involved. They were of the view that World Cup records were all dire and many didn’t want to be associated with a band that few of them were familiar with. Fewer than ten players turned up for the recording session, which took place before the squad met up on a Sunday afternoon, prior to an international match at Wembley. However, there was a good mood in the studio as the players added their vocals to the backing track that New Order had put together. The FA placed no restrictions or indeed gave any guidance to New Order, although Bloomfield had warned that he didn’t want anything associated with hooliganism. Carabinieri mix” they are also heard providing backing vocals in the chorus. A rap is performed by England player John Barnes towards the end of the track. Barnes was selected to perform the rap, after a contest with other players including Peter Beardsley, Paul Gascoigne, and Chris Waddle. The rap is the most remembered part of the original song, becoming an iconic piece of English football culture in its own right, familiar to subsequent generations of England football fans not even born in 1990. The single’s B-side, an early version of the A-side, was titled “The B-Side”, extending the football theme of the release.
It was produced by former Swans member Roli Mosimann. Round” before it, the single was issued on two separate 12″ singles, the first featuring the original mix of the song, the second containing reinterpretations by outside remixers. This would be the last New Order single released in this way. In 1996, LFO’s Mark Bell remixed version of the song appeared on The Beautiful Game, which was released to tie in with Euro 96. In 2010, one reworked version of the song was used in an advert for the Mars Bar. The single was re released for the 2002 FIFA World Cup, this time with the track “Such a Good Thing” replacing “The B-Side”. It failed to enter the UK Top 40. This version was planned to have David Beckham performing the rap, but the F. In 1998, New Order performed the song live for the first time at the Reading Festival with Allen. In the interim time Allen had written another England football song, the unofficial release “Vindaloo”.
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