Joy Division Live At The Paradiso Club, Amsterdam, January 11th 1980 Recording from the legendary post-punk band Joy Divison, playing live in Holland in 1980. lively LP
Joy Division Love Will Tear Us Apart Yes, this is probably three times the price you'd normally expect to pay for a 12", but to be honest, it's three times the song of most 12"s too! The iconic Joy Division song onclear vinyl 12" in a printed PVC sleeve, with B-sides and alternative versions! This special edition features all three versions of the song that transformed Joy Division from mere band into legend. In addition to the original single version, we have two versions remixed by American producers Don Gehman of John Mellencamp fame (the 'radio version') and Arthur Baker (who also produced a hit single for Africa Bambaataa around this same time). The remaining tracks include "These Days" (which appeared on the original "Love Will Tear Us Apart" single), along with "Transmission" (their debut single released in 1979) and "Atmosphere" (originally released as a France-only single) in 1980. 12"
Joy Division Martin Hannett's Personal Mixes Discovered by friends of Martin Hannett and with input from one of his relatives,these recordings give a rare insight into his production ideas for Joy Division and his relationship with the band.,the strange things/ sound effects they recorded in the studio together etc etc. The studio chit chat and interplay between Hannett, Gretton and Joy Division members is all here as Martin left his own tape machine running throughout studio sessions. On this album we have rare alternative mixes of Joy Division that were Martin's personal favourites and he had the forethought to get the band members to give him control of these recordings. A must for all Joy Division fans. Ozit Vinyl LP
Joy Division Les Bains Douches 8 December 1979 Les Bains Douches on double 180gram LP with 9 songs recorded in Paris in 1979 plus three tracks recorded in Amsterdam in 1980 and four tracks recorded in Eindhoven in 1980. Get Back LP
Joy Division Substance 1977-1980 2010 remastered 180gram double LP reissue of Joy Division's post-humous compilation Substance Joy Division compilation ‘Substance’, first released in 1988 fills in the missing pieces of the band’s history with four non-album singles (‘Transmission’, ‘Komakino’, ‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’ and ‘Atmosphere’), plus their b’sides. These new editions feature audio remastered in 2010 for the +- singles box and for the first time on vinyl, the expanded tracklist from the original CD release, plus two additional songs: “As You Said” and the Pennine version of “Love Will Tear Us Apart.” Warner CD | LP
Joy Division Still 180gram double LP reissue in a hardboard sleeve of Joy Division's unreleased & live material album Still Still, first released in October ‘81 through Factory Records is a compilation consisting of Joy Division’s unreleased studio & live recordings. Still includes a live recording of Joy Division’s last concert at Birmingham University, plus the only live performance of “Ceremony” which later become New Order’s debut single, and a cover of The Velvet Underground’s ‘Sister Ray’ recorded at the moonlight club in London April 1980. This new heavyweight double vinyl edition features audio from the 2007 remaster available on Vinyl for the first time. Warner LP
Joy Division Closer 180gram heavyweight reissue of Joy Division's second album Closer Closer, the group’s second & final album arrived the year after their debut in July 1980 on Factory Records, following Ian Curtis’ death two months earlier. Its dark and melancholy tones earn rave reviews for songs like “Isolation” and “Heart and Soul”. Closer, like Unknown Pleasures was produced by Martin Hannett . This new heavyweight vinyl reissue replicates the artwork to painstaking detail and features audio from the 2007 remaster, available for the first time on vinyl. Warner LP
Joy Division Unknown Pleasures 180gram heavyweight reissue of Joy Division's seminal, cult debut album! Unknown Pleasures, the debut studio album from Joy Division, was first released in 1979 on Factory Records. Within the first year, the album’s atmospheric sound had won over fans and critics with tracks like “She’s Lost Control” and “Day of the Lords” and in the thirty-five years since it has more than secured its classic album status. Instantly recognisable by Peter Saville’s iconic design, this new heavyweight vinyl reissue replicates the artwork to painstaking detail and features audio from the 2007 remaster, available for the first time on vinyl. Warner LP