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8 thoughts on “ I Remember Nothing - Joy Division - The Youth Club (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Artist: Joy Division Genre: Rock Release Date: Label: London Records/Special Imports Catalog Number: 1 Recording: Studio Sound: Stereo Length: Format: Vinyl LP.
  2. This is the 40th anniversary edition of an amazing album. Ruby red vinyl in a white cover instead of the original black. It looks amazing! Amazon delivered as promised in a well protected package so it arrived in perfect condition. Joy Division passed me by 40 years ago (I was 8 at the time)/5(1).
  3. May 18,  · In the present, New Order has performed Joy Division material at their shows, as well as Hook with his own band the Light (A limited-edition clear vinyl version of Closer to mark the album’s.
  4. The thing about the translucent vinyl was I think simply the fact that it was pressed at a time when the pressing plant ended up with this effect more by chance than anything tafipertatonuscelarmaripatur.coinfo was at a time when colour vinyl/picture disc pressings were the new 'in vogue' thing and it was probably basically to do with that-I had several pressings like this at the time.I can remember Yes-Going For The.
  5. From the discordant rush of "Disorder," it's clear that this early Joy Division LP is about as emotionally difficult as it gets. Troubled singer Ian Curtis injects songs with the intensity of a man on the verge of a breakdown, and the music follows along, weighted with pain and sighs. A searing, visceral work.
  6. Feb 17,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Live! - Bowdon Vale Youth Club, Altringham on Discogs. Label: Not On Label (Joy Division) - JD-1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Unofficial Release, White Label • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock4/5(10).
  7. Jul 16,  · Live at Bowden Vale Youth Club, Altrincham, Cheshire, UK, March 14th, Limited Edition of copies Numbers = Gold vinyl Numbers = Crystal vinyl4/5(1).
  8. Joy Division: A history part 1: Late Never Mind the Buzzcocks. This story begins on July 20th , when the Sex Pistols played at the Lesser Free Trade Hall in Manchester, supported by local bands Slaughter and the Dogs and the Buzzcocks (making their debut). According to legend, this gig inspired Joy Division to buy guitars and form a band.

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