He started the set off around 12:30am with a slow dance jam and then mixed in a cover of "She's Lost Control" with the original. Something he would go on to do more in the evening with his own material (i.e."Love will tear us apart"). Mixed into his 2 1/2 hour set were New Order songs such as "Confusion", "Bizarre Love Triangle" (of course), "Crystal" and more. Some of the Joy Division songs he spun were "Transmission", "Disorder" and a bastardized version of "Atmosphere".
Incidentally he did play a few inexcusable tracks such as Bodyrockers' "I like the way you move" (that will always make me feel like i'm in coke commercial). And maybe the back to back Killers songs he played were his way of giving back to a band that took their name from the "Crystal" video? Maybe? The "How soon is now" remix he played was funny. I would've rather heard Electronic, though. Or Monaco. He surprised me with his selection of one the 90s most popular dance songs "Born Slippy" by Underworld. He closed it out with (what i'm told was) a weak cover of "Temptation" while i was on the patio. (I gotta quit smoking.)
I think that this set fulfilled my expectations. I wanted a chance to see a member of one of my favorite bands and most of what he played was in good taste. The cover was not too pricey ($10) and the Church crowd was more than tolerable (probably more fun than a bunch of hipsters, although don't expect to see me there again anytime soon! Twice in two months will suffice for some time). Good job, Hooky.
check this ridiculous version of Temptation: