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THE GREAT TRANSITION...A THREE PART MINI-SERIES (2)

A GUEST SERIES by DAVE GLICKMANN

PART 2

Continuing our exploration of the Joy Division/New Order transition, today we ask the question “What is the ultimate transitional track?” 943 more words

New Order

THE GREAT TRANSITION...A THREE PART MINI-SERIES (1)

A GUEST SERIES by DAVE GLICKMANN

PART 1

As JC has recently completed his review of the New Order singles, I thought it might be an opportune time to go back to the beginning and explore the Joy Division-New Order transition period. 1,454 more words

New Order

May 22 - No 'Regret' For New Order

To New Order, it may have seemed their swan song 25 years ago. But they had no “Regret.”  On this day in 1993, the British quartet formed out of the ashes of Joy Division (after the… 348 more words

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Nedtælling til Monacos Grand Prix

Peter Hook fra Joy Division/New Order står for ugens musikalske optakt!

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Monaco Grand Prix – Caught between two eras. #MonacoGP #ForzaFerrari https://t.co/1wVbdGUVsC

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A small remembrance of Ian Curtis

“Loss alone is but the wounding of a heart; it is memory that makes it our ruin.”   – Brian Ruckley

38 years ago today, we lost Ian Curtis.

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School Theatre Trip # feat Joy Division

In May 1980, lead singer of Joy Division Ian Curtis took his own life. It was only a little before that when I became fully aware of the band – the same band that I’d seen with Mr Turner’s 6th form English ‘A’ Level theatre trip on 28th February 1979. 591 more words

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May 18 - Rock & Roll Suicides Rule (Or Ruin) The Day

A grim day for rock, with two beloved frontmen committing suicide on this day, years apart. In 1980, Joy Division’s Ian Curtis hanged himself just as his band was starting to earn widespread recognition and days before they departed on what should have been a North American tour that could have opened up that market. 404 more words

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