Joy Division Rar

Joy Division – Discography (1979 – 2011)
EAC Rip 25xCD FLAC/APE Tracks & Image + Cue + Log Full Scans @600 dpi, JPG, Included
Total Size: 7.23 GB 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Various Genre: Post-Punk

  1. Joy Division Radio Lyrics
  2. Joy Division Demos & Rare Tracks

Formed in the wake of the punk explosion in England, Joy Division became the first band in the post-punk movement by later emphasizing not anger and energy but mood and expression, pointing ahead to the rise of melancholy alternative music in the ’80s. Though the group’s raw initial sides fit the bill for any punk band, Joy Division later incorporated synthesizers (taboo in the low-tech world of ’70s punk) and more haunting melodies, emphasized by the isolated, tortured lyrics of its lead vocalist, Ian Curtis. While the British punk movement shocked the world during the late ’70s, Joy Division’s quiet storm of musical restraint and emotive power proved to be just as important to independent music in the 1980s.

Joy Division’s debut EP released in 1978. All tracks were recorded at Pennine Sound Studios, Oldham, on 14 December 1977. A 7' version was released in June on the band's own Enigma Records label (1000 copies), followed by a 12' version on 10 October on the band's Anonymous Records label (1200 copies). The album sold poorly upon release, but due to the subsequent success of Joy Division with the 1980 single, Unknown Pleasures is now much more well-known. Factory boss Tony Wilson had so much faith in the band that he contributed his £8,500 life savings toward the cost of producing the initial run of 10,000 copies of the album. Joy Division - 'Les Bains Douches, Paris ' (Bootleg) Again we have to thank France for saving anglo-american music from themselves.This concert was the subject of a radio broadcast on the Bernard Lenoir Show on French radio, so there exists a broadcast quality recording, which was partially released on CD at the turn of the century. Joy Division 1-fgdd.rar. VA - FACTORY RECORDS Communications 1978-92 - 4CD (2009) New Order, Joy Division, Happy Mondays.rar. SECTION 25 - 1984 - From The Hip UK Post Punk Rock Neo Psychedelia New Wave s.a. JOY DIVISION NEW ORDER ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN THE MISSION SISTERS OF MERCY THE

The band was founded in early 1977, soon after the Sex Pistols had made their first appearance in Manchester. Guitarist Bernard Albrecht (b. Bernard Dicken, January 4, 1956) and bassist Peter Hook (b. February 13, 1956) had met while at the show and later formed a band called the Stiff Kittens; after placing an ad through a Manchester record store, they added vocalist Ian Curtis (b. July 15, 1956) and drummer Steve Brotherdale. Renamed Warsaw (from David Bowie’s “Warszawa”), the band made its live debut the following May, supporting the Buzzcocks and Penetration at Manchester’s Electric Circus. After the recording of several demos, Brotherdale quit the group in August 1977, prompting the hire of Stephen Morris (b. October 28, 1957). A name change to Joy Division in late 1977 — necessitated by the punk band Warsaw Pakt — was inspired by Karol Cetinsky’s World War II novel The House of Dolls. (In the book, the term “joy division” was used as slang for concentration camp units wherein female inmates were forced to prostitute themselves for the enjoyment of Nazi soldiers.) ― Allmusic

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1979. Unknown Pleasures (1993, Polydor K.K., POCD-1879, Japan)
1979. Unknown Pleasures (2007, London Records, 2564 69778 9, EU, 2CD, Collector’s Ed.)

1980. Closer (1993, Polydor K.K., POCD-1880, Japan)

2. LIVE:

1999. Preston 28 February 1980 (1999, NMC Music, FACD 2.60, UK)

2001. Les Bains Douches 18 December 1979 (2001, NMC Music, FACD 2.61, UK)


1981. Still (1993, Polydor K.K., POCD-1881, Japan)
1981. Still (2007, Rhino, R2 330940, USA, 2CD, Collector’s Ed.)

1988. Substance (1993, Polydor K.K., POCD 1882, Japan)



1997. Heart and Soul (1997, London Records, 828 968-2, UK, 4CD)

2011. Joy Division +- Singles 1978-80 (2011, Rhino, 2564672145, EU, 10CD)


1990. Warsaw (1990, Retropop, 159088)

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Joy Division live @ Bowdon Vale Youth Club, Altrincham, UK

14th March 1979

Photo by Martin O'Neill
Spring 2020 remastered

Track list:

01. Exercise One
02. She's Lost Control
Joy Division Rar03. Shadowplay
04. Leaders Of Men
05. Insight
06. Disorder

Joy Division Radio Lyrics

07. Glass
08. Digital
09. Ice Age
10. Warsaw

Joy Division Demos & Rare Tracks

11. Transmission
12. I Remember Nothing
13. No Love Lost (cuts out)


14. No Love Lost (sbd-aud matrix)

Duration: 00:45:34 (+3 min of appendix)
Quality: 8-/10
More info about concert: Joy Division Central


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