Revenge was New Purchase bassist Peter Hook’s critically maligned and commercially rebuffed part task. Exhibiting a sleazy picture — the band’s first recording One True Enthusiasm featured provocative photos of scantily clad ladies — and a noisier audio than New Purchase, Revenge was Hook’s try to divest himself from his achievements with Joy Department and New Purchase. Nevertheless, Revenge didn’t possess Pleasure Division’s grim strength and intellectual depth or New Order’s clean amalgam of rock and roll and disco; rather, the group was unfocused and self-indulgent. The throb of Hook’s brand basslines — therefore distinguishable on Pleasure Department and New Purchase information — was nixed for much less tuneful grooves. Created in the past due ’80s by Hook, Dave Hicks (acoustic guitar), and Chris “CJ” Jones (keyboards), Revenge debuted having a live show at a London bondage party in January 1990. One Accurate Enthusiasm was also released that yr. Searching for controversy, the video for “Pineapple Encounter” was prohibited because Hook adorned his throat using a chastity belt. Hicks was ultimately replaced with the band’s touring bassist, David Potts, as well as the music group documented the EP Weapon Globe Porn in 1992. Much like its predecessor, Weapon Globe Porn was ripped to shreds in the press. After Revenge split up in 1992, Hook came back to New Purchase. In 1997, Hook collaborated once again with Potts as Monaco.