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Joy Division DVD (Grant Gee) DVD £3.99 + Free Delivery @ HMV
Joy Division DVD (Grant Gee) DVD £3.99 + Free Delivery @ HMV

Joy Division DVD (Grant Gee) DVD £3.99 + Free Delivery @ HMV

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Fans of the gloomy Manchester-based band from the late 1970s will have less to feel down about with the release of this rockumentary. JOY DIVISION follows the unlikely rise of these working class lads up to Ian Curtis's suicide, which tore the band apart until it was reborn as New Order. Included here is rare footage of the group as well as their moody and starkly photographed videos, capturing the essence of what made Joy Division so special and so tragic.

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Fans of the gloomy Manchester-based band... John Peel liked them, voted hot :whistling:

Good price and good documentary. This and the other Joy Division film 'Closer' got me hooked

Great band - I have all of their albums on vinyl but I don't have a turntable or amplifier at the moment!! I only managed to see them live once at the Rainbow in Finsbury Park London but they were brilliant.

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simplyjimbo;6263283

Good price and good documentary. This and the other Joy Division film … Good price and good documentary. This and the other Joy Division film 'Closer' got me hooked


dont you mean 'Control'?

brilliant film imdb.com/tit…82/

not sure whether i've seen the one in this deal or not as been a few of manchester / hacienda / JD floating around over the last couple of years.

cant beat a bit of 'New Dawn Fades' to get the emotions flowing :thumbsup:

IMHO much much better than Control. Hot.

"they were up there(on stage) cause they had no ******* choice! Tony wilson

If you like Joy Division/Factory, then the 2nd disc on24Hr Party People is a must watch.

Hooky giving his comentary to the film is priceless:thumbsup:

woodsikov;6263415

I only managed to see them live once



Considering the brief time that the band were about, I guess you were one of the lucky ones.

And at least you saw Joy Division songs being performed without Barney's constant "wooping" ;-)

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CooperFBI;6263587

IMHO much much better than Control. Hot.


you cant compare them really. One is a film and the other is a documentary.

I saw them twice, first supporting the Buzzcocks & then headlining at the Trinity in Bristol. As someones said above, for a band that were only around for such a short time, really big impact.

I love Joy Division.. :whistling:
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