Age of Consent (song)
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|"Age of Consent"|
|Song by New Order|
|from the album Power, Corruption & Lies|
|Released||2 May 1983|
|Studio||Britannia Row (Islington, London)|
The song has been played 208 times in concert by the band, making its live debut in 1982. It returned to live performances in 2011, following a 22-year absence from setlists, having last been played live in 1989.
- Bernard Sumner – vocals, guitars
- Peter Hook – 4- and 6-stringed bass
- Stephen Morris – drums, percussion
- Gillian Gilbert – synthesizers and programming
- New Order – production
- Michael Johnson – engineering
- Barry Sage and Mark Boyne – assistants
It has been covered by numerous bands and performers, including Arcade Fire, Craft Spells, Buffalo Tom, Grant-Lee Phillips, Kevin Drew, Cienfuegos, Masters of the Hemisphere, Craig Marlowe, Hooded Fang, Electric Colony, Kii Noo, Neverending White Lights, Young Statues, Yuck, The Obvious, Buzzcocks, Cayetana, Thursday 29 and Built to Spill.
- "Power, Corruption & Lies – New Order". AllMusic. Retrieved 23 January 2013.
- "ASCAP entry". Ascap.com. 2007-06-22. Retrieved 2012-03-24.[permanent dead link]
- "Geographer's Cover of New Order Featured in iPad Mini Commercial". Retrieved 27 October 2012.