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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 03-10-2013, 09:07 AM   #76
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What's the best way to get into the non-album JD tracks?

I only really know the two albums but Joy Division seems to be a band with many great tracks that never ended up on an album.
The Heart and Soul box is THE way to go. It is one of the best box ever in the history of music. It has all studio JD and many live tracks. The first two discs contain their entire studio output, including the albums Unknown Pleasures and Closer, along with singles and compilation appearances. Discs three and four collect rare demos and live recordings, many of which were previously unreleased.
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Old 03-10-2013, 01:04 PM   #77
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The Heart and Soul box is THE way to go. It is one of the best box ever in the history of music. It has all studio JD and many live tracks. The first two discs contain their entire studio output, including the albums Unknown Pleasures and Closer, along with singles and compilation appearances. Discs three and four collect rare demos and live recordings, many of which were previously unreleased.
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Old 03-10-2013, 02:31 PM   #78
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yeah, i bought heart and soul and never looked back.

okay i look back sometimes, but not because of joy division.
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Old 03-10-2013, 03:10 PM   #79
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That looks tasty, and not too expensive, thanks.
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Old 03-10-2013, 03:32 PM   #80
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You're going to be doubling up a lot of things if you already have the albums. Substance is like $6 brand new on Amazon here, so I assume you can find it cheap in Europe as well.
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Old 03-10-2013, 04:20 PM   #81
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I've only got Unknown Pleasures on CD.

The only thing that kind of annoys me is the fact there are other songs on the album discs. You have to skip to track 5 or something to start listening to Closer. Put those other songs on bonus discs godammit!
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I do just fine with the two studio albums and Substance. From what I have heard, all the live stuff on the box and the deluxe reissues is less than stellar in terms of sound quality.
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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.
There are official recordings with his vocal, but they are obscured and quite hard to understand.

It's more of a New Order song to me because it is the way they chose to launch their career, and it's a beautiful moment.
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