A list of working titles for New Order songs/albums.
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Little Boy -> In A Lonely Place Death Rattle -> Chosen Time (I've seen these Little Dead -> Denial reversed) The Hymn -> The Him (through mid '81) Tiny Tim -> Doubts Even Here Taboo #7 -> Temptation Cramp -> Hurt How Does It Feel -> Power, Corruption & Lies (LP) Hacienda -> Video 586 -> 5-8-6  Video 586 -> 5-8-6 KW1 -> Your Silent Face Who Killed The Irisn -> Who Killed My Father -> Ultraviolence Who Killed My Father -> Ultraviolence  Only The Lonely -> Ecstasy The Beach -> Blue Monday  Family Affair -> Sooner Than You Think Pumped Full Of Drugs -> This Time Of Night  Things We Do -> As It Is When It Was Broken Promises -> Broken Promise
Technique's "ones", see http://www.mdmarchive.co.uk/archive/showartefact.php?aid=1864&bid=693
The Balaeric One -> Fine Time Much Too Young -> Fine Time (merged with MTO) Much Too Old -> MTO  Gillian's Acoustic One -> Dream Attack Housey One -> Vanishing Point VU One -> Run 8 Track No 1 -> Guilty Partner 8 Track No 2 -> All The Way Funky One -> Round & Round Acoustic One -> Loveless MT One -> All The Way (probably not MTO) Dreamy One -> Don't Do It The Empty One -> MTO Square One -> Best & Marsh Carry On New Order -> Republic Dream On -> Nothing's Gonna Change -> Close Range Field -> Player In The League Freefall -> Someone Like You Full Circle -> Run Wild Run Wild -> Primitive Notion Run This River Dry -> Sabotage  Shipwreck (Of A Broken Man) -> Turn My way
These are some of the titles bootleggers have given certain songs prior to their official release.
New Guitar One -> Skullcrusher Solitude -> Skullcrusher Aleph -> Sooner Than You Think Obsession -> Face Up The Japanese One -> Face Up Sustenance -> Sunrise 24 Hours Part II -> Sunrise Things We Do -> As It Is When It Was
These comprise "joke titles" that were given out live by Barney or Hooky(*)
We Wanted Line -> Walked In Line  Old Home -> Confusion  Black Heart -> Skullcrusher [*] I've Got A Cock Like The M1 -> The Perfect Kiss Bullet In My Ear -> As It Is When It Was  Princess Dead -> Weirdo  I Don't Care -> Let's Go  I Got A Wank Off A Girl With A Spotty Back -> Touched By The Hand Of God
 Al Jarvis is fairly certain MTO actually stands for 'Mid Tempo One' I tend to agree with him, but I like the contrast in titles between 'Much Too Old' and the 'Much Too Young' line in Fine Time.
 According to 'Love Will Tear Us Apart', this happened 26 APR 83 Sir Francis Xavier Hall - Dublin Ireland. I'll need to confirm this.
 As It Is When It Was was introduced as 'Bullet In My Ear' on the mystery 85 "AU/NZ" gig (now believed to be Fox Theatre, Atlanta, on 11 AUG 85, but Al Jarvis says 'Things We Do' was the proper bootleg "working title". I've listed both.
 06 OCT 86 Royal Albert Hall - London. Song was "dedicated" to Princess Di. (get it?)
 Yes, this was later given to a BLT instrumental remix, but it appeared as a title during live performances, I believe. I'm actually not so sure of this now, but it's likely that Bernard did give out the title as "I Don't Care" at least once. I'll try to track this down.
 Actually, this one started out as "Sabotage", got renamed to "Run This River Dry", and was renamed back, as best as I've ever been able to determine.
 "'Prime 586', (which was listed before [Ed.]) was a Mark Johnson invention as he was approaching his book deadline in late 1983... The master tape I had from Rob has the track as 'Hacienda' but after speaking with Rob, Steve, and Bernard at the Blackpool gig in 82 we decided 'Video 586' as the title; MJ was in such a state with his info as it went to press that he didn't get round to correcting it."
Information courtesy of JW.
 According to JW, "the first title of Ultraviolence was "Who Killed the Irish" before it became "Who Killed My Father", it went through a rapid development in the March 82 gigs in Leeds/Hull/Newcastle"
Information courtesy of CM from .pt.
 Pumped Full Of Drugs was released as Video (VHS) in 1986. Recorded Live in May, 2 in the Shinjuku Koseinankin Hall, Tokyo. The videotape cover only displays PFD* 177 (Fact 177) as the title. The asterisk is explained below as "Pumped Full of Drugs", which was encored here.
 "Blue Monday" was labeled "The Beach" during the studio recordings. At the end, The Beach become the B-side of Blue Monday.