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Dresden Prize

OMD's appearance at the Dresden prize caused quite a stir.  Not only did the performance of 4 songs rock the normally sedate Semperoper, but the prize recipient the Duke of Kent was moved to stand and clap along, whilst the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and the Bishop of Coventry Chirstopher Cocksworth were both seen to be busting a few moves. Andy's speech at the event can be read here


Statement on Junk Culture reissue

Due to production errors, all formats of the delxue Junk Culture reissue have the wrong tracklist (Wrappup is absent, and All Wrapped Up is erroneously in its place on Disc 2). Universal have advised that customers should send their copies back to the retailer they purchased from. Replacement copies fixing the above mistake will be sent out once available. We apologise for the error and hope that the rest of the…


Junk Culture Deluxe Reissue - Out Now

The 2CD deluxe reissue of Junk Culture is released today. The package includes the remastered album, a collection of the era's b-sides and 5 previously unreleased tracks as well as extensive sleeve notes. It is available to order now.


Rewind Festival

We're pleased to confirm that we will be headlining all three Rewind Festival events this year in the UK.  We will be playing:…


OMD to perform at the Dresden Prize

Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark will be playing at the presentation of the "Dresden Prize" to HRH Prince at Dresden's Semper Opera next month. The prize recognises contributions to the reconciliation of Great Britain and Germany. The performance will include the track "Dresden" from the album "English Electric". Andy McCluskey said…