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Has any artist been so thoroughly of their time yet simultaneously as timeless as Joy Division? This is a band that exist in a kind of pre-Thatcher British monochrome. Four serious young men, seemingly never photographed far from concrete or red bri...read more »

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Joy Division
Unknown Pleasures (40th Anniversary Edition)

If you haven't bought Joy Division's debut album before then perhaps now is the time to do it. To celebrate 40 years of its existence the kind people at Rhino have pressed it onto ruby red vinyl for your listening pleasure. But whose idea was it to invert the sleeve? Don't bloody touch it. The album is of course very good, basically inventing post-punk, goth and a form of industrial electronics in one swoop.  
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Joy Division
Still

Funny when you reach the stage in a band’s life (or afterlife in this case I suppose) when even the compilations are being reissued. That said, the material remains crucial, always good to have the stuff available on vinyl. Still, first out in 1981, brings together Joy Division material that was unreleased at that time, including live recordings.
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New Order
Tutti Frutti

Even if you are literally New Order, having a Hot Chip remix adorn your single must still be very exciting. Can they do any wrong? It seems not: their version of New Order’s Tutti Frutti has the glorious pop sensibility and the deep dancefloor authority that you’d expect from the Chip guys. The CD version comes with remixes from 3 other artists too. On Mute.

Joy Division & New Order
Total (From Joy Division To New Order)

It’s never before been possible to study the trajectory of post-punk pioneers Joy Division and synth-rock sequel New Order in one sitting. The technology simply hasn’t been there. You’d need some kind of ‘play list’ - what a notion. But now, thanks to the latest developments, New Order are proud to present Total - a partial history of both.

Various
New Order Presents Be Music

Be Music is the umbrella name for the various extracurricular activities that the individual members of New Order got up to in their time away from the band. Lots of productions and remixes for acts including Section 25, A Certain Ratio and Factory Floor. This overview release, spanning the whole course of the band’s existence, compiles twelve tracks on the double vinyl edition and thirty-six tracks on the triple CD edition.

Joy Division
Substance 1977-1980

Funny when you reach the stage in a band’s life (or afterlife in this case I suppose) when even the compilations are being reissued. That said, the material remains crucial, always good to have the stuff available on wax. Substance 1977-1980 contains most of your Joy Division favourites, and has been expanded by two tracks.

Joy Division
University Of London Union, February 8th, 1980

Hear the sound of Joy Division live in concert at the University Of London Union, February 8th 1980, just a few short months before the death of Ian Curtis. They are on fiery form, blasting out their greatest songs in a frenzy. 349 copies of snow leopard-looking splatter vinyl on the East / West label.

Joy Division
Ajanta Cinema, April 18th, 1980

Ajenta Cinema, April 18th, 1980 was Joy Division’s penultimate gig and widely regarded as one of their best. Scintillating versions of She’s Lost Control and Isolation are chief among the Joy Division classics on show here. Only 349 copies of this so you’d better be quick, it’s on splatter vinyl too!
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Joy Division
Live At High Wycombe Town Hall, February 20th, 1980

This record preserves a live Joy Division gig in High Wycombe from February 1980. As Joy Division fans will be keenly aware, Ian Curtis, and consequently the band, had only a few more months left at this point, making this performance all the more powerful. Pressed onto green vinyl and slipped into a PVC sleeve by B13.
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Warsaw (Joy Division)
Warsaw (Plus Bonus Tracks)

Here is a vinyl issue of the early recordings of the band that would eventually be known as Joy Division. Ian Curtis, Bernard Albrecht, Peter Hook and Stephen Morris are all in place showcasing a punkier, grittier sound than they ended up but all the elements are there. 17 tracks in all including some that ended up on Joy Division's debut. 
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Joy Division
Futurama, Leeds, September 8th 1979

Recorded on the opening day of John Keenan's "The World's First Science Fiction Music Festival", better known as "Futurama". Joy Division played 13th among 17 bands, including Cabaret Voltaire, Orchestral Manouvres in the Dark, Public Image Limited and A Certain Ratio. Limited edition of 349 hand-numbered copies on green splatter 180gr vinyl with yellow and black speckles in transparent sleeve with obi strip.
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Joy Division
Unknown Pleasures

Debut album by Salford post-punkers Joy Division. Recorded in April 1979, Martin Hannet's unique production techniques and Ian Curtis's doomed lyrics and monotone vocal lend the album a downbeat greatness that has been often emulated yet rarely surpassed. One of only two albums recorded by the band before Curtis's tragic suicide in 1980. 
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Joy Division
London February 8th, 1980

This record preserves a live Joy Division gig in London from February 1980. As Joy Division fans will be keenly aware, Ian Curtis, and consequently the band, had only a few more months left at this point, making this performance all the more powerful. Pressed onto yellow vinyl and slipped into a PVC sleeve by B13.
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A Film About Martin Hannett
He Wasn’t Just a Fifth Member Of Joy Division

This four hour apology is dedicated to one Martin Hannett, the understated fifth member of Joy Division who apparently was not just that. The film looks in depth at the life of the musician and producer and considers his impact on post-punk and pop music in a schema grander than just Unknown Pleasures. 
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Joy Division
Martin Hannett’s Personal Mixes

Man, I think we need a new category of success: big enough that people will be interested in a whole LP of alternative mixes of studio sessions. Here we have Martin Hannett’s Personal Mixes of Joy Division, including both embryonic versions of favourite songs and snatches of studio chat and instrumental doodlings. Green or yellow vinyl.

Joy Division
+/- (Plus/Minus)

From the Manchester kings of post-punk who were sadly taken away from us much too soon comes +/- (Plus/Minus) by Joy Division. Featuring the obvious hits of Transmission and Love Will Tear Us Apart as well as alternative versions and other less well known songs. If you’ve never really listened to Joy Division, this is a great gateway. CD Boxset.
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Joy Division
Love Will Tear Us Apart

Joy Division's most revered tune and a hallmark of New Wave, "Love Will Tear Us Apart" is now for some reason the banner child for this collection of the band's rarities, studio out-takes and B-sides. This vinyl release is a celebration of what the post-punkers were known best for as well as what no one's quite discovered yet.
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Joy Division
Preston 28 February 1980

Recorded just two and a half months before Ian Curtis took his own life, you won't be surprised to learn that the live set on this LP was performed in Preston on February 28, 1980. It was a set fraught with technical problems, the bass amp struggling in and out of the mix as mysterious squeaks and explosions clatter around the band's already minimal sound. "I think everything's falling apart" exclaims Curtis. "Everything's fucking bust so we're playing everything through the bass amp." "Anyone from Birmingham the coach is going in five minutes," pipes up another voice.
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Joy Division, New Order, Various
Control OST


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Girls Against Boys, Joy Division, Various
Series 7- Contender


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Joy Division
Closer

Second and final LP by doomed Salford post-punk band Joy Division, this is perhaps most often cited their greatest moment. Recorded shortly before the untimely death of singer Ian Curtis, whose health deteriorated rapidly during the making of this album, and produced by Martin Hannet. Limited edition vinyl reissue. 

Joy Division, A Certain Ratio, OMD, Teardrop Explodes
Live @ Leigh Rock Festival 1979


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