New Order has rounded up 22 music videos and a 1993 documentary for the upcoming DVD "Item," due Sept. 13 via Warner Music.

New Order has rounded up 22 music videos and a 1993 documentary for the upcoming DVD "Item," due Sept. 13 via Warner Music. According to a spokesperson, one disc of the package includes clips for such classic tracks as "Blue Monday," "True Faith," "Bizarre Love Triangle," "The Perfect Kiss" and "Regret," as well as two newly shot videos for "Ceremony" and "Temptation."

The other disc will house the documentary "New Order Story," which chronicles the group transformation from Joy Division into worldwide dance/rock superstars. The film was previously released on VHS but has been expanded here to twice its original 70-minute length.

New Order is finishing up summer touring in support of its new Warner Bros. album, “Waiting for the Sirens' Call.” Bassist Peter Hook told Billboard.com this spring that the band has enough leftover material, such as the track “Stay With Me,” to form the bulk of another new album, although no release date has been penciled in.

“We did actually sit there facing each other with absolutely nothing,” Hook recalls of the start of the “Sirens' Call” sessions. “It was quite an incredible moment, actually. Because now, two-and-a-half years later, with an album finished and eight songs ready for the next album, which is probably the most prolific we've ever been, you can't even imagine for one minute what it was like to sit there with nothing.”

Here is the track list for “Item":

"Blue Monday"
"Confusion"
"The Perfect Kiss"
"Shellshock"
"State of the Nation"
"Bizarre Love Triangle"
"True Faith"
"Touched by the Hand of God"
"Fine Time"
"Round & Round"
"Run"
"World in Motion"
"Regret"
"Ruined in a Day"
"World"
"Spooky"
"1963"
"Crystal"
"60 Miles an Hour"
"Here To Stay"
"Krafty"
"Jetstream"
"Ceremony" (alternate video)
"Temptation" (alternative video)

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