Joy Division


Ian Curtis, Peter Hook, Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris

Also you may know as Curtis - Hook - Sumner - Morris, J.D., Jay Division, Joy! Division
Also there are session musicians of Joy Division: Bernard Sumner, Ian Curtis, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris
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Discography of Joy Division:


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# Cover Release title Total tracks Download mp3 album Release date Label fo release
1 Closer 9 1987 Factory
2 Unknown Pleasures 10 1987
3 Still 20 1987
4 Substance 17 1988 Factory
5 Unknown Pleasures 12 1979-06-00 Factory
6 Transmission 2 1979
7 Transmission 2 1980-12-00
8 Still 21 1981-10-08 Factory
9 Love Will Tear Us Apart 3 1980-06-27 Factory
10 Atmosphere 2 1980-10-00
11 Love Will Tear Us Apart 3 1980-08-00
12 Substance 10 1988 Factory
13 Closer 9 1980-07-00
14 Permanent: Joy Division 1995 16 1995-08-15
15 Heart And Soul 81 1997 London Records
16 Love Will Tear Us Apart 4 1995
17 The Complete BBC Recordings 11 2000
18 Closer 9 1980
19 Closer 9 1989-03-10 Qwest Records
20 Atmosphere 3 1988 Factory
21 Closer 9 1989
22 The Peel Sessions 4 1986-00-00 Strange Fruit
23 Closer 9 1988
24 Unknown Pleasures 10 1986 Factory
25 Permanent: Joy Division 1995 16 1995
26 Komakino 3 1980-06-00 Factory
27 Substance 17 1994 London Records
28 Still 20 1994
29 Licht Und Blindheit 2 1980 Sordide Sentimental
30 The Peel Sessions 4 1987 Strange Fruit
31 Closer 9 1999 London Records
32 Love Will Tear Us Apart 2 1985 Tonpress
33 Substance 18 1988 Qwest Records
34 Unknown Pleasures 10 1989-03-10 Qwest Records
35 Love Will Tear Us Apart 4 1995
36 Closer 9 1981-03-00
37 Closer 9 1981-06-19
38 Love Will Tear Us Apart 4 1995
39 Atmosphere 2 1988 Factory
40 Dub Will Tear Us Apart 3 2004 Not On Label (Joy Division)
41 Unknown Pleasures 10 1988
42 Still 20 1990-03-00 Factory
43 The Complete BBC Recordings 11 2000
44 Unknown Pleasures 10 1999 London Records
45 Here Are The Young Men 15 1982
46 Still 21 1981-09-07
47 She's Lost Control / Atmosphere 2 1980-08-00
48 Transmission 2 1980
49 Preston, 28 February 1980 12 2000 Get Back
50 Unknown Pleasures 10 1989
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About Joy Division

Joy Division were a British rock band formed in 1976 in Salford, Greater Manchester. They were originally named [a695777], than changed their name to [a310128] and finally became Joy Division before recording and releasing their first 7" EP "[r=498855]".

Ian Curtis (vocal, occasional guitar), Bernard Sumner (guitar, keyboards), Peter "Hooky" Hook (bass guitar, backing vocals), and Stephen Morris (aka "The Human Drum Machine") (drums, percussion).

Shortly after the suicide of Ian Curtis on the 18 May 1980 –following troubles with grand mal seizures (a form of epilepsy), depression, and other contributing personal factors happening in his life– the band was renamed New Order, following a pact between all four members made long before Curtis's death that should any member 'leave', the remaining members would change the name of the group.

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