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|Song by New Order|
|A-side||"Thieves Like Us"|
|Genre||Alternative rock, new wave, post-punk|
|Label||Factory - FAC 103|
|Songwriter(s)||Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert|
The A-side and main single was one of the group's more popular songs "Thieves Like Us" and the catalogue number for the single was FAC 103. Both tracks appear on the group's 1987 Substance compilation.
Like many early New Order songs, it features an extended instrumental conclusion, with Sumner's lyrics ending not quite three minutes into its playing time. The song has been played 29 times in concert.
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