Joy Division's "Closer" on Vinyl £9.99 prime / £11.98 non prime @ Amazon
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Joy Division's "Closer" on Vinyl £9.99 prime / £11.98 non prime @ Amazon

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Found 12th Jan
A very very fine album, at its cheapest price on vinyl. In case you're into that sort of thing.
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Got the original but for £9.99, this is a steal. Will save any wear and tear on my pride and joy!
Thanks, OP!
There are very few bands that can be classed as both pioneering and influential. Sheer brilliance
Edited by: "robertr" 12th Jan
londonlife97819 m ago

Got the original but for £9.99, this is a steal. Will save any wear and …Got the original but for £9.99, this is a steal. Will save any wear and tear on my pride and joy!Thanks, OP!


I would presume this is 2007 remaster pressing too, so slightly crisper than your original. (Not saying that's a good or bad thing!)
londonlife97837 m ago

Got the original but for £9.99, this is a steal. Will save any wear and …Got the original but for £9.99, this is a steal. Will save any wear and tear on my pride and joy!Thanks, OP!



No worries, happy to help! Have a great weekend.
Great album, just come across the Smiths, Meat is Murder album too for £10.99

amazon.co.uk/Mea…HWW
Absolutely awesome album. It is not pop - it is very evocative, atmospheric and not throwaway music. There is a long lasting substance to the music and lyrics. There are no fillers on this album all the tracks are equally weighted in terms of how good they are and they are all outstanding.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 12th Jan
Ian Curtis / Martin Hannett RIP
First and this second album very dark in places. Was unlike anything else at the time. 1980!
Original Factory pressings weren't great.
Just need a decent turntable to play this on, one with an adjustable weight on the arm.
Edited by: "NT14" 12th Jan
NT141 h, 41 m ago

Ian Curtis / Martin Hannett RIPFirst and this second album very dark in …Ian Curtis / Martin Hannett RIPFirst and this second album very dark in places. Was unlike anything else at the time. 1980!Original Factory pressings weren't great.Just need a decent turntable to play this on, one with an adjustable weight on the arm.


Seventeen Seconds by The Cure, 1980, quite dark and atmospheric but not the intensity of JD. I was lucky enough to get a new turntable for Xmas and loving getting back into vinyl. Treat yourself
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