Deborah Curtis writes candidly in a new book, exclusively extracted in this week's NME
Curtis reportedly spoke about being a mercenary in the Hundred Years' War during the session
Bass player says "it would have been nice to have been informed" about decision
Libération writes that she passed away at 56, leaving behind two children
The 1978 record had previously only been available as a bootleg
Seller says he can't wait to get rid of the item following negative press and threats
The macabre piece of pop history has a £100 reserve
'So This Is Permanence: Lyrics and Notebooks' will be published by Faber and Faber in Spring 2014.
Bassist keen to get hold of outtakes and original masters being sold by a former studio assistant
Producer Martin Hannett abandoned the recordings years ago
The game is called 'Will Love Tear Us Apart?' and it's available to play online for free now
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
The classic track was named as NME's Greatest Track of the last 60 years earlier this week
Bassist tells NME: 'If Ian Curtis ever sang lyrics like that, I'd have kicked him up the arse'
The tapes were found alongside guns and gold during an excavation in Manchester
Peter Hook had told NME the 'Unknown Pleasures' referencing design was 'quite a compliment'
Mickey Mouse t-shirt features the band's 'Unknown Pleasures' artwork
Branded garment features 'Unknown Pleasures' artwork