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Substance
Released: 1988
Tracks: 16
Including: Love Will Tear Us Apart
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Still
Released: 1981
Tracks: 20
Including: Ceremony
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Closer
Released: 1980
Tracks: 9
Including: The Eternal
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Unknown Pleasures
Released: 1979
Tracks: 10
Including: She's Lost Control

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dummy Guest wrote on 23rd Nov 2006, 20:20h:
Joy Division were one of the seminal acts of the late '70s and early '80s. Loads of electronic and indie bands cite Joy Division as being a major influence. It wasn't really like that in 1980 when I was lucky enough to see them at the Ajanta Theatre in
Derby, everyone had heard of them but few people were really "into" them. It wasn't until after the death of Ian Curtis (exactly a month after I'd seen them live) that everyone realised what a truly marvellous band they were and the bandwagon jumping
began.

After the death of Ian Curtis, the rest of the band assumed the name New Order (you've probably heard the track Blue Monday) but without Curtis they lost some of their soul. New Order made it bigger than Joy Division ever had but I'm afraid that
without Curtis the music just didn't talk to me anymore.

The album Unknown Pleasures was released 27 years ago and has been on my playlist ever since. I'm sure I'll still be playing it in another 27 years if I'm still around.
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