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'79 BRITISH ROCK-
Joy Division were a British rock band formed in 1976 in Salford, Greater Manchester.
They were originally named Stiff Kittens (2), than changed their name to Warsaw (3) and finally became Joy Division before recording and releasing their first 7" EP "An Ideal For Living".
Ian Curtis (vocal, occasional guitar), Bernard Sumner (guitar, keyboards), Peter "Hooky" Hook (bass guitar, backing vocals), and Stephen Morris (aka "The Human Drum Machine") (drums, percussion).
Shortly after the suicide of Ian Curtis on the 18 May 1980 –following troubles with grand mal seizures (a form of epilepsy), depression, and other contributing personal factors happening in his life– the band was renamed New Order, following a pact between all four members made long before Curtis's death that should any member 'leave', the remaining members would change the name of the group.
A1 Disorder 3:36
A2 Day Of The Lords 4:43
A3 Candidate 3:00
A4 Insight 4:00
A5 New Dawn Fades 4:47
B1 She's Lost Control 3:40
B2 Shadowplay 3:50
B3 Wilderness 2:35
B4 Interzone 2:10
B5 I Remember Nothing 6:00
Design [Sleeve Designed By] – Joy Division, Peter Saville (2)
Engineer – Chris Nagle
Producer – Martin Hannett
Words By, Music By – Joy Division
Released with a printed lyrics-insert
Published by Fractured Music
Recorded at Strawberry Studios, Stockport
FACT 10 - A Factory Records Product (on back cover)
Made in Poland by Tonpress KAW (SX-T 107 on spine)