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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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Ians final performance

This has the Live at High Hall, Birmingham University performance. Nothing else to be said.


Everyone knows how wonderful Joy Division and Still are, but this newly remastered version is missing the live version of 24 Hours also recorded at Birmingham University. It appears on the original vinyl and cassette releases of Still, but was left off the CD because the running time was too long for one disc. Unfortunately, the remaster does not correct this. It would have been nice to have the full version of the final Joy Division concert, but oh well, an extra 14 tracks is cool anyway.

great album

The Sound of Music and The Only Mistake really should have seen widely successful tracks. The founding fathers of alternative rock as we know it right here.


Formed: 1977 in Manchester, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '70s, '80s

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,...
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