34 Songs, 2 Hours 11 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Culled from outtakes, an early Factory comp, and the band's fateful final gig, Still arrived a year and a half after Ian Curtis' death, a bittersweet epilogue to Joy Division's brief career and a powerful reminder of their brilliance. Unreleased songs from Unknown Pleasures sessions, like the now-classic "Exercise One," captured their stark, alien magnetism, while the Birmingham live set preserved their onstage fury for posterity (never mind the tape hiss). And a woozy cover of The Velvet Underground's "Sister Ray" is both gripping and terrifying in its narcotic abandon.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Culled from outtakes, an early Factory comp, and the band's fateful final gig, Still arrived a year and a half after Ian Curtis' death, a bittersweet epilogue to Joy Division's brief career and a powerful reminder of their brilliance. Unreleased songs from Unknown Pleasures sessions, like the now-classic "Exercise One," captured their stark, alien magnetism, while the Birmingham live set preserved their onstage fury for posterity (never mind the tape hiss). And a woozy cover of The Velvet Underground's "Sister Ray" is both gripping and terrifying in its narcotic abandon.

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