Joy Division - Joy Division: Martin Hannett's Personal Mixes
NME.COM feature on Joy Division - Joy Division: Martin Hannett's Personal Mixes album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 07 May 2007
When Tony Wilson died last month, the thousands of heartfelt tributes cast in his direction were, in the main, because of one incredible band. Signing Joy Division to Factory Records was seen by the majority of music lovers as his greatest achievement – and listening to their two studio albums again, it’s not difficult to see why. Joy Division’s reputation has grown with every year...
- Sep 19, 2007
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- Synth Tone
- Hannett's lift recording 1
- Keyboard doodles
- Lift recording 2
- Number False Start 1
- Curtis, Hannett, Gretton interplay, chit chat and cup smashing
- Hannett Speaks
- Number False Start 2
- From Safety to Where
- Heart and Soul
- N4 europop
- 24 Hours
- N4 (Vers 2.)
- The Eternal
- The Eternal (Vers.2)
History on its shoulders, this ephemera weighs heavy indeed.
- Aug 21, 2000
Back in the days before PlayStations, superclubs, hydroponic skunk and snowboarder chic, a subset of British youth suffered from a primitive neurological condition known as 'alienation'....
- May 1, 1999
Bassist says he was surprised when he first heard the lyrics to the track
Former New Order bassist lines up dates in October
Bassist's new tome 'Unknown Pleasures – Inside Joy Division' will be released later this year
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