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The Best Of - Joy Division

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Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - New Wave & Post-punk / Artist: Joy Division / Audio CD released 2008-03-24 at Warner

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      06.05.2008 20:26
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      Their most successful is here, their true best is elsewhere

      A Best Of of one of the best bands Britain has ever produced would surely be the best album of all time. This album collects together most of the bands most successful songs and dsiplays the band as quite a heavy sounding one, however the selection of tracks does not perhaps give anything more to a fan of the band. As an introduction to Joy Division and the work of Ian Curtis, this collection does alot more than Substance or Still, which are more difficult to unlock immediately than this collection of atmospheric tracks. The album includes the amazing Love Will Tear Us Apart, one of the best songs ever, Transmission and Disorder.

      If you have never listened to Joy Division past Love Will Tear Us Apart before then this is the perfect album for you. Although still a worthy purchase for fans of the band Substance and Still collect Joy Divisions finer more emotional moments more successfully than this album.

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      Disc #1 Tracklisting
      1 Digital
      2 Disorder
      3 Shadowplay
      4 New Dawn Fades
      5 Transmission
      6 Atmosphere
      7 Dead Souls
      8 She's lost control
      9 Love will tear us apart
      10 These days
      11 24 hours
      12 Incubation
      13 Isolation

      Disc #2 Tracklisting
      1 Exercice One (John Peel Show 31 Jan 79)
      2 Insight (John Peel Show 31 Jan 79)
      3 She's Lost Control (John Peel Show 31 Jan 79)
      4 Transmission (John Peel Show 31 Jan 79)
      5 Love Will Tear Us Apart (John Peel Show 26 Nov 79)
      6 Twenty Four Hours (John Peel Show 26 Nov 79)
      7 Colony (John Peel Show 26 Nov 79)
      8 Sound of Music (John Peel Show 26 Nov 79)
      9 Transmission (Recorded live for Something Else 4 Sept 79)
      10 She's Lost Control (Recorded live for Something Else 4 Sept 79)
      11 Ian Curtis and Stephen Morris Interviewed by Richard Skinne