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Performer: Joy Division
Genre: Rock
Title: Live At Factory Manchester & The Moonlight Club West Hampstead
Country: UK
Released: 2007
Style: New Wave, Indie Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1124 mb
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First released on the Warsaw album in 1994. Live track "At a Later Date" recorded in October 1977 at the Electric Circus, Manchester. First released on the Short Circuit EP in 1978. Eight more tracks from the unreleased RCA album sessions in May 1978 at Arrow Studios, Manchester: "Leaders of Men", "Walked in Line", "Failures", "Novelty", "No Love Lost", "Transmission", "Ice Age", "Warsaw". First released on the Warsaw album in 1994. Live track "Sister Ray" a Velvet Underground cover, from a concert at the Moonlight Club, West Hampstead on 2 April 1980, released on Still in 1981. Eleven live tracks from Birmingham University, recorded 2 May 1980, first released on Still in 1981. The live tracks released on the live albums Preston 28 February 1980 in 1999 and Les Bains Douches 18 December 1979 in 2001.

Joy Division – The Sound Of Music (The Moonlight Club, Wes. :49. Joy Division – Wilderness (The Moonlight Club, Wes. :33. Joy Division – Transmission (The Moonlight Club, Wes. :31. Joy Division – Digital (The Moonlight Club, West Hampstead. :36. Joy Division – Isolation (The Moonlight Club, Wes. :48. Joy Division – Dead Souls (The Moonlight Club, Wes. :00. Joy Division – A Means To An End (The Moonlight Club, Wes. :50. Joy Division – Love Will Tear Us Apart (The Moonlight Club. :10. Joy Division – Intro (The Moonlight Club, West Hampstead. :30.

Joy Division were an English rock band formed in Salford in 1976. The group consisted of vocalist Ian Curtis, t Bernard Sumner, bassist Peter Hook and drummer Stephen Morris. Sumner and Hook formed the band after attending a Sex Pistols concert. While Joy Division's first recordings were heavily influenced by early punk, they soon developed a sound and style that made them one of the pioneers of the post-punk movement  . 1.  Sister Ray (Live at the Moonlight Club, London April 1980).

We recorded the album in March. He made his first suicide attempt in April, so it was pretty close. Ian was working well with our producer, Martin Hannett, who insisted on working through the night – Ian liked the peace and quiet. We didn't have much money; we weren't eating properly and couldn't afford to drink. We played three nights at the Moonlight club in West Hampstead and supported the Stranglers at the Rainbow – four gigs in three days. Ian's illness was getting worse and we didn't help him, through ignorance really  . I know Joy Division will always be overshadowed by Ian's death. I remember driving to the tax office to tax my old £100 Jag when the chart rundown went: "In at No 11, Joy Division with Love Will Tear Us Apart. I turned it off. For us, Joy Division had gone.

Tracklist

Dead Souls 4:26
The Only Mistake 4:12
Insight 3:52
Candidate 2:07
Wilderness 2:32
She's Lost Control 3:47
Shadowplay 3:34
Disorder 3:28
Interzone 2:04
Atrocity Exhibition 6:14
Novelty 4:28
Transmission 3:48
Novelty (Mono) 4:28
Transmission (Mono) 3:47
Love Will Tear Us Apart 3:30
Glass 3:56

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Joy Division Live At Factory Manchester & The Moonlight Club West Hampstead ‎(CDr, TP) Warner Bros. Records none UK 2007
none Joy Division Live At Factory Manchester ‎(CDr, Promo) Warner Bros. Records none UK 2007