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View Poll Results: Please pick your five favorite songs by Joy Division
Disorder 10 43.48%
Day of the Lords 2 8.70%
Candidate 0 0%
Insight 0 0%
New Dawn Fades 5 21.74%
She's Lost Control 11 47.83%
Shadowplay 3 13.04%
Wilderness 0 0%
Interzone 1 4.35%
I Remember Nothing 2 8.70%
Atrocity Exhibition 3 13.04%
Isolation 5 21.74%
Passover 0 0%
Colony 0 0%
A Means to an End 1 4.35%
Heart and Soul 2 8.70%
Twenty Four Hours 7 30.43%
The Eternal 4 17.39%
Decades 4 17.39%
Warsaw 0 0%
Leaders of Men 3 13.04%
Digital 1 4.35%
Autosuggestion 0 0%
Transmission 7 30.43%
Incubation 0 0%
Dead Souls 6 26.09%
Atmosphere 6 26.09%
Love Will Tear Us Apart 10 43.48%
Other (Please Post it in the Thread!) 2 8.70%
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Old 03-07-2013, 12:17 AM   #46
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Fake compared to what, The Darkness? A gimmick hair band throwback?

Logic, reason, and critical thinking are positive traits, bro. So is having an understanding of music that has progressed past a childish image of a scene that most people realize is irrelevant at age 15.
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Old 03-07-2013, 12:23 AM   #48
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Old 03-07-2013, 12:24 AM   #50
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Old 03-07-2013, 12:26 AM   #51
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Fake compared to what, The Darkness? A gimmick hair band throwback?

Logic, reason, and critical thinking are positive traits, bro. So is having an understanding of music that has progressed past a childish image of a scene that most people realize is irrelevant at age 15.
Wait? That childish thing is fantastic. Where did you ever get the idea that rock and roll music is supposed to be adult? It's rock and roll. It's stupid by definition. It can be fantastic. It can be outlandish. It can and should be childish. That's part of it's appeal. 15 is a great age. Rock and roll was born by 15 year olds who wanted fun, not adults.

You're the one who called the indie scene "fickle." Now it's awesome? And needs you to defend it? The whole scene is BS.
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I love that you have no idea what I'm talking about.
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I love that you have no idea what I'm talking about.
That's apparent. I have no idea what you're talking about.
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The meaning of "indie" has always been confusing.. It has got to the stage where it actually has no meaning anymore and is bandied around willy nilly.

Word should be retired from usage.
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Dead Souls, LWTUA, the final three on Closer. They're all super.
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I didn't count Ceremony because...come on, there is no official recording with Curtis on the vocals that's even complete. That's a New Order song.
I couldn't disagree more. There is in fact an official recording of it with his vocals, unless by official you mean commercially pressed and released. Just because it never saw commercial release (correction: it was released on box sets) doesn't mean it wasn't their song, as Joy Division. The first version of the song ever recorded that is easily available isnt some fan mashup of a random Curtis vocal post-humously laid over a New Order instrumental take. Its Joy Division, written by Joy Division and performed by Joy Division. And I couldn't also disagree more with your idea that its more a New Order song than Joy Division song. It, and In A Lonely Place are unmistakably more Joy Division than New Order. They are basically covering a song that was already a Joy Division creation.
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A consensus has already been reached on that point...
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