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    Joy Division rapidly evolved from their initial punk rock influences to develop a sound and style that made them one of the pioneers of the post-punk movement of the late 1970s. Their self-released 1978 debut EP, An Ideal for Living, drew the attention of the Manchester television personality Tony Wilson. Joy Division's debut album,Unknown Pleasures, was released in 1979 on Wilson's independent record label Factory Records, and drew critical acclaim from the British press. Despite the band's growing success, vocalist Ian Curtis was beset with depression and personal difficulties, including a dissolving marriage and his diagnosis of epilepsy. Curtis found it increasingly difficult to perform at live concerts, and often had seizures during performances.
    LP 1
    1. Warsaw (2010 Remastered Version)
    2. Leaders Of Men (2010 Remastered Version)
    3. Digital (2010 Remastered Version)
    4. Autosuggestion (2010 Remastered Version)
    5. Transmission (2010 Remastered Version)
    6. She's Lost Control (2010 Remastered Version)
    7. Incubation (2010 Remastered Version)
    8. Dead Souls (2010 Remastered Version)
    9. Atmosphere (2010 Remastered Version)
    10. Love Will Tear Us Apart (2010 Remastered Version)


    LP 2
    1. No Love Lost (2010 Remastered Version)
    2. Failures (2010 Remastered Version)
    3. Glass (2010 Remastered Version)
    4. From Safety To Where (2010 Remastered Version)
    5. Novelty (2010 Remastered Version)
    6. Komakino (2010 Remastered Version)
    7. As You Said (2010 Remastered Version)
    8. These Days (2010 Remastered Version)
    9. Love Will Tear Us Apart (Pennine Version) [2010 Remastered Version]

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    Unknown Pleasures

    Formed in 1977, Joy Division (guitarist Bernard Albrecht, bassist Peter Hook, drummer Stephen Morris, and vocalist Ian Curtis) helped usher in the Post-Punk movement with their haunting melodies and melancholy lyrics. By incorporating synthesizers into their music, they paved the way for an entire generation of bands who would soon follow in their footsteps. The band released two classic albums, 1979's Unknown Pleasures and 1980's Closer as well as several singles, before Curtis' suicide on the eve of their first American tour. Following Curtis' death, Albrecht (now Sumner), Hook, and Morris formed the band New Order, and would continue to record over the next twenty-five years.


    It even looks like something classic, beyond its time or place of origin even as it was a clear product of both - one of Peter Saville's earliest and best designs, a transcription of a signal showing a star going nova, on a black embossed sleeve. If that were all Unknown Pleasures was, it wouldn't be discussed so much, but the ten songs inside, quite simply, are stone-cold landmarks, the whole album a monument to passion, energy, and cathartic despair. The quantum leap from the earliest thrashy singles to Unknown Pleasures can be heard through every note, with Martin Hannett's deservedly famous production - emphasizing space in the most revelatory way since the dawn of dub - as much a hallmark as the music itself. Songs fade in behind furtive noises of motion and activity, glass breaks with the force and clarity of doom, minimal keyboard lines add to an air of looming disaster - something, somehow, seems to wait or lurk beyond the edge of hearing. But even though this is Hannett's album as much as anyone's, the songs and performances are the true key. Sumner redefined heavy metal sludge as chilling feedback fear and explosive energy, Hook's instantly recognizable bass work at once warm and forbidding, Morris' drumming smacking through the speakers above all else. Curtis synthesizes and purifies every last impulse, his voice shot through with the desire first and foremost to connect, only connect - as Candidate plaintively states, I tried to get to you/you treat me like this. Pick any song, the nervous death dance of She's Lost Control, the harrowing call for release New Dawn Fades, all four members in perfect sync, the romance in hell of Shadowplay, Insight and its nervous drive towards some sort of apocalypse. All visceral, all emotional, all theatrical, all perfect - one of the best albums ever.

    1. Disorder
    2. Day Of The Lords
    3. Candidate
    4. Insight
    5. New Dawn Fades
    6. She's Lost Control
    7. Shadowplay
    8. Wilderness
    9. Interzone
    10. I Remember Nothing
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    Closer

    Ranked 157/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Formed in 1977, Joy Division (guitarist Bernard Albrecht, bassist Peter Hook, drummer Stephen Morris, and vocalist Ian Curtis) helped usher in the Post-Punk movement with their haunting melodies and melancholy lyrics. By incorporating synthesizers into their music, they paved the way for an entire generation of bands who would soon follow in their footsteps. The band released two classic albums, 1979s UNKNOWN PLEASURES and 1980s CLOSER as well as several singles, before Curtis suicide on the eve of their first American tour. Following Curtis death, Albrecht (now Sumner), Hook, and Morris formed the band New Order, and would continue to record over the next twenty-five years.


    If Unknown Pleasures was Joy Division at their most obsessively, carefully focused, ten songs yet of a piece, Closer was the sprawl, the chaotic explosion that went every direction at once. Who knows what the next path would have been had Curtis not chosen his end? But steer away from the rereading of his every lyric after that date, treat Closer as what everyone else thought it was at first simply the next album and Joy Division's power just seems to have grown. Hannett was still producing, but seems to have taken as many chances as the band itself throughout differing mixes, differing atmospheres, new twists and turns define the entirety of Closer, songs suddenly returned in chopped-up, crumpled form, ending on hiss and random notes. Opener Atrocity Exhibition was arguably the most fractured thing the band had yet recorded, Sumner's teethgrinding guitar and Morris' Can-on-speed drumming making for one heck of a strange start. Keyboards also took the fore more so than ever the drowned pianos underpinning Curtis' shadowy moan on The Eternal, the squirrelly lead synth on the energetic but scared-out-of-its-wits Isolation, and above all else Decades, the album ender of album enders. A long, slow crawl down and out, Curtis' portrait of lost youth inevitably applied to himself soon after, its sepulchral string-synths are practically a requiem. Songs like Heart and Soul and especially the jaw-dropping, wrenching Twenty Four Hours, as perfect a demonstration of the tension/release or soft/loud approach as will ever be heard, simply intensify the experience. Joy Division was at the height of their powers on Closer, equaling and arguably bettering the astonishing Unknown Pleasures, that's how accomplished the four members were. Rock, however defined, rarely seems and sounds so important, so vital, and so impossible to resist or ignore as here.

    1. Atrocity Exhibition
    2. Isolation
    3. Passover
    4. Colony
    5. A Means To An End
    6. Heart & Soul
    7. Twenty Four Hours
    8. The Eternal
    9. Decades
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    Joy Division: Box Set

    Released in a Limited Edition of only 3,000 copies worldwide, this 180-Gram virgin vinyl, four-disc JOY DIVISION BOX SET contains new pressings of the band's two seminal studio albums - UNKNOWN PLEASURES ('79) and CLOSER ('80) - and the 1981 two-disc rarities compilation STILL.


    JOY DIVISION: BOX SET allows you to experience these pioneering albums the way they were heard originally - on sonically rich vinyl LPs. The three titles - a total of four LPS - come housed in an elegant cloth-covered box designed by U.K. artist Peter Saville, who created the distinctive artwork and packaging on the original issues of these classic releases. Once the 3,000 copies sell out, the box will not be reproduced.


    Joy Division's 1979 debut UNKNOWN PLEASURES is a landmark album that established the band as principal architects and ultimate icons of the post-punk movement and the U.K. Manchester scene of the late '70s. UNKNOWN PLEASURES' ten classic songs resonate with the atmospheric textures and deep sonic spaces of Martin Hannett's production. Highlights include Insight, Disorder, New Dawn Fades and She's Lost Control. The latter song is the inspiration for the title of the 2007 film Control, the acclaimed Anton Corbijn-directed feature chronicling the life and times of Joy Division's lead singer and principal songwriter, the late Ian Curtis.


    Joy Division's 1980 follow-up CLOSER, another seminal post-punk masterpiece, ranks #157 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time. Musically and lyrically driven by the prevailing despair of Ian Curtis - who killed himself only months after the LP was released - CLOSER was also produced by Martin Hannett, who weaves sprawling emotional chaos and shifting atmospheres and textures together into an enormously powerful ten-song tour de force. Stand-outs include Heart And Soul, Isolation, Eternal, Decades and the wrenching Twenty Four Hours.


    The compilation STILL came out in late 1981, over a year after Curtis' death. Comprised of twenty studio outtakes, b-sides, live cuts and other rarities, all the tracks were previously unissued at the time of STILL's original release except for Glass and Dead Souls, both compelling studio recordings from 1978 and 1979, respectively. STILL also presents material from Joy Division's last-ever concert, recorded at Birmingham University in May 1980 including the only time they performed Ceremony live (the song would later become a New Order single). Another track captured at Birmingham is Shadowplay, a selection covered in 2007 by The Killers for the soundtrack for the film Control. Other highlights include a live cover of The Velvet Underground's Sister Ray and a 1979 studio recording of Something Must Break.


    Joy Division formed in Manchester, England in 1977, and had an immense and profound impact on contemporary music in a very brief time together. They recorded only two full-length studio albums, UNKNOWN PLEASURES and CLOSER, prior to lead singer Ian Curtis' 1980 suicide, just before the single Love Will Tear Us Apart became their breakthrough hit. The remaining members - guitarist Bernard Sumner, bassist Peter Hook and drummer Stephen Morris - disbanded Joy Division after Curtis' death, and re-formed as New Order.

    Unknown Pleasures Track Listing:


    1. Disorder
    2. Day Of The Lords
    3. Candidate
    4. Insight
    5. New Dawn Fades
    6. Shes Lost Control
    7. Shadowplay
    8. Wilderness
    9. Interzone
    10. I Remember Nothing


    Closer Track Listing:


    1. Atrocity Exhibition
    2. Isolation
    3. Passover
    4. Colony
    5. A Means To An End
    6. Heart & Soul
    7. Twenty Four Hours
    8. The Eternal
    9. Decades


    Still Track Listing:


    1. Exercise One
    2. Ice Age
    3. The Sound Of Music
    4. Glass
    5. The Only Mistake
    6. Walked In Line
    7. The Kill
    8. Something Must Break
    9. Dead Souls
    10. Sister Ray
    11. Ceremony
    12. Shadow Play
    13. Means To An End
    14. Passover
    15. New Dawn Fades
    16. Transmission
    17. Disorder
    18. Isolation
    19. Decades
    20. Digital

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    Preston 28 February 1980 (Colored Vinyl)

    Lavender Colored Vinyl


    Mastered For Vinyl By Masterdisk


    Faithful, Updated Rendering Of Original Gatefold Jacket And Inner Sleeve Printed At Stoughton Printing Co.


    Limited Edition Of 1,500 Opaque Lavender Vinyl Manufactured At Quality Record Pressings


    Heavyweight Vinyl Foil-numbered In Silver


    Preston 28 February 1980 was recorded live at The Warehouse in Preston, England. The set was wrought with system failures: amps failed, instruments went in and out of key, at one point Ian Curtis exclaimed, ''I think everything is falling apart!'' Somehow, despite all of this, the band carried out an extraordinary performance. The roughness of the bass and the waning amps only add to the intensity and gloom, creating a performance that is just as haunting as it is unforgettable. Drastic Plastic Records is honored to have worked closely with Joy Division's management in order to present this seminal live recording in this beautiful, superbly mastered vinyl pressing, the only vinyl release currently available of this title to be officially sanctioned.

    1. Incubation
    2. Wilderness
    3. Twenty Four Hours
    4. The Eternal
    5. Heart and Soul
    6. Shadowplay
    7. Transmission
    8. Disorder
    9. Warsaw
    10. Colony
    11. Interzone
    12. She''s Lost Control
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    Preston 28 February 1980 (200 Gram)

    Mastered For Vinyl By Masterdisk


    Faithful, Updated Rendering Of Original Gatefold Jacket And Inner Sleeve Printed At Stoughton Printing Co.


    Limited Edition Of 1,500 200-gram Black Vinyl Manufactured At Quality Record Pressings


    Heavyweight Vinyl Foil-numbered In Gold


    Preston 28 February 1980 was recorded live at The Warehouse in Preston, England. The set was wrought with system failures: amps failed, instruments went in and out of key, at one point Ian Curtis exclaimed, ''I think everything is falling apart!'' Somehow, despite all of this, the band carried out an extraordinary performance. The roughness of the bass and the waning amps only add to the intensity and gloom, creating a performance that is just as haunting as it is unforgettable. Drastic Plastic Records is honored to have worked closely with Joy Division's management in order to present this seminal live recording in this beautiful, superbly mastered vinyl pressing, the only vinyl release currently available of this title to be officially sanctioned.

    1. Incubation
    2. Wilderness
    3. Twenty Four Hours
    4. The Eternal
    5. Heart and Soul
    6. Shadowplay
    7. Transmission
    8. Disorder
    9. Warsaw
    10. Colony
    11. Interzone
    12. She''s Lost Control
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    Love Will Tear Us Apart (Picture Disc)

    Import


    Love Will Tear Us Apart should have been the band's most shining moment, instead it became their tragic swan song. Released just a month after frontman Ian Curtis' heart-wrenching suicide, the song came to be seen as the unheeded warning of the impending tragedy. This special edition features all three versions of the song that transformed Joy Division from mere band into legend. In addition to the original single version, we have two versions remixed by American producers Don Gehman of John Mellencamp fame (the 'radio version') and Arthur Baker (who also produced a hit single for Africa Bambaataa around this same time). The remaining tracks include These Days (which appeared on the original Love Will Tear Us Apart single), along with Transmission (their debut single released in 1979) and Atmosphere (originally released as a France-only single) in 1980.

    1. Love Will Tear Us Apart (Original Version)
    2. Transmission

    3. Love Will Tear Us Apart (Radio Version)
    4. These Days

    5. Atmosphere (Hannett)

    6. Love Will Tear Us Apart (Arthur Baker Remix)
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    Leigh Rock Festival 1979

    Limited Edition of 1000 copies.


    The legendary Joy Division appearance at the Leigh Rock Festival 1979 gets a substantial vinyl release here, pressed up on impressive 180g black vinyl, limited to just 1000 copies in total. Festival sets by A Certain Ratio, Teardrop Explodes and Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark are usually bundled in with the Joy Division performance, but on this deluxe edition (each copy hand numbered and enshrined in a gatefold PVC housing) you get nothing but the Salford band all the way. Even though fans are likely to have already encountered this recording in some form or other it's never sounded nearly so good as it does here. The recordings are brutal and raw, capturing a muscular, uncompromising set, but this edition doesn't seem to suffer so heavily from the hollowed out, noise reduction-plagued sound that's so prominent on the digital formats. Renditions of tracks like 'She's Lost Control' and 'Digital' (which benefits from a staggeringly lively performance) resonate powerfully, and seem far-removed from the icy, santising perfectionism of Martin Hannett studio. Undoubtedly, no amount of fancy gatefold packaging and heavyweight vinyl can dampen the effects of the occasionally impenetrable original recordings - at times it sounds like you're listening through a layer of porridge - but chances are, this is as close as you'll come to a definitive version of the concert.

    Side 1
    1. Disorder/Stage Announcements

    2. Leaders Of Men

    3. Colony

    4. Insight

    5. Digital


    Side 2

    1. Dead Souls

    2. Shadow Play

    3. She's Lost Control

    4. Transmission

    5. Interzone

    6. Sound of Music-Intro

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    Turn On The Bright Lights

    Interpol's classic debut album now available on low cost vinyl.


    Interpol: Carlos D., Daniel Kessler, Paul Banks, Samuel Fogarino. To make music marked distinctly of a specific period that's somehow so compelling as to be timeless is no mean feat. Interpol initially sounds as if they must have been roaming about Manchester as the 1970s screamed to a close, yet they emerged across the ocean in New York City some two decades-plus later. Combining the insistent drone of Joy Division with the dreamy melodies of the Chameleons, the fire of Mission of Burma, and an occasional jagged edge a la The Fall, the foursome inconceivably manage to defy anachronism on their debut full-length TURN ON THE BRIGHT LIGHTS. Just how they do it is indefinable, perhaps it's just a trick of the light, or the life that breathes gloomily, radiantly throughout, but it's undeniable. Vocals which fall somewhere between Ian Curtis's plaintive, edge-of-oblivion wail and the winking, laconic drawl of James's Tim Booth, ripping uncompromisingly through unpredictable, unforgettable lamentations from the reflective (NYC) to the imploring (PDA). When the darkly etched, implosive, mournful lyrics poke out as they do on the unrelenting Obstacle 1 (she puts the weights into my little heart and she gets in my room and she tears it apart), the hook is set for an important debut by a band that portends to be around a while.

    1. Untitled
    2. Obstacle 1
    3. NYC
    4. PDA
    5. Say Hello To The Angels
    6. Hands Away
    7. Obstacle 2
    8. Stella Was A Diver And She Was Always Down
    9. Roland
    10. The New
    11. Leif Erikson
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    Mesh & Lace (Colored Vinyl)

    Opaque Green Colored Vinyl


    Preceding the album that made them famous, Mesh & Lace walked the path of dreamy, atmospheric aggression, fared with influences of post-punk bands such as Joy Division and Bauhaus. Dark and ambient, Modern English were highly experimental early on, giving way to lighter, melodic pop for the remainder of their career.

    1. 16 Days
    2. Just A Thought
    3. Move In Light
    4. Grief
    5. The Token Man
    6. A Viable Commercial
    7. Black Houses
    8. Dance Of Devotion (A Love Song)
    Modern English
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    The Idiot

    Originally released in 1977, this was the first album Iggy Pop made after the dissolution of the Stooges, several jailings and a self-imposed stay in a mental institution. Produced by David Bowie, and including music written almost entirely by him, this is Iggys most introspective and heavy work. Much more mechanical than the sleazy proto-punk of the Stooges, The Idiot was a huge influence on the post-punk sound of folks like Joy Division and Magazine. An absolute classic on 180g vinyl.
    1. Sister Midnight
    2. Nightclubbing
    3. Funtime
    4. Baby
    5. China Girl
    6. Dum Dum Boys
    7. Tiny Girls
    8. Mass Production
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    Still

    Joy Division rapidly evolved from their initial punk rock influences to develop a sound and style that made them one of the pioneers of the post-punk movement of the late 1970s. Their self-released 1978 debut EP, An Ideal for Living, drew the attention of the Manchester television personality Tony Wilson. Joy Division's debut album,Unknown Pleasures, was released in 1979 on Wilson's independent record label Factory Records, and drew critical acclaim from the British press. Despite the band's growing success, vocalist Ian Curtis was beset with depression and personal difficulties, including a dissolving marriage and his diagnosis of epilepsy. Curtis found it increasingly difficult to perform at live concerts, and often had seizures during performances.
    1. Exercise One
    2. Ice Age
    3. The Sound Of Music
    4. Glass
    5. The Only Mistake
    6. Walked In Line
    7. The Kill
    8. Something Must Break
    9. Dead Souls
    10. Sister Ray
    11. Ceremony
    12. Shadowplay
    13. A Means To An End
    14. Passover
    15. New Dawn Fades
    16. Twenty Four Hours
    17. Transmission
    18. Disorder
    19. Isolation
    20. Decades
    21. Digital
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    Heaven Up Here (Awaiting Repress)

    Numbered Limited Edition



    Ranked 471/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    English Band's 1981 Sophomore Record A Superbly Articulate Expression of Post-Punk Gloom, Despair, and Melancholy That's Shot Through With Hope



    Mastered on Mobile Fidelity's World-Renowned Mastering System and Pressed at RTI (America's Best Record Plant): LP Illuminates Myriad Textures, Atmospherics

    How strong and looming of an influence is Echo and the Bunnymen? Strong enough to be the one band name-dropped in a great piece of dialogue from the music-loving film High Fidelity, whereupon Jack Black's quipping record store clerk character cites the band as legitimate taste makers for much of the cutting-edge music that happened in the late 80's and beyond.



    And on no record is the English quintet's greatness more apparent than on 1981's sophomore Heaven Up Here, the group's first effort to chart in the U.S. and a Top 10 smash in its native U.K. The record's merits are legion-and timeless: vocalist Ian McCulloch's cavernous croon; dream-weaving guitar lines pushed through ominous, melodic soundscapes; neopsychedelic dirges and self-aware lyrics; glamorous drama and tortuous tension. These characteristics and more turn the music restrained euphoria and what the band called black magic.



    Rife with thick atmospherics and brooding dreamscapes, the harrowing songs clatter amidst arrangements infused with requisite air, space, and chamber echoes. Silhouetted guitar leads help convey moody dampness, despair, dread, and disgust, the themes directly connected to narratives that tackle distrust, dishonesty, betrayal, and arrested dreams. Cloudy and jagged for certain, but the majesty of Heaven Up Here relates to how, in spite of the haunted arrangements and claustrophobic feel, ribbons of light and hope illuminate its shadowy corners and nocturnal glow.



    Sharing much in common with Joy Division's period output and a precursor to later work by The Jesus and Mary Chain, The Cure, Love and Rockets, Ride, and countless other U.K. artists, Heaven Up Here soars on Will Seargant's angular six-string blues, McCulloch's vampiric grayness, and etched, stair-stepping bass movements.



    Mastered on Mobile Fidelity's world-renowned mastering system and pressed at RTI (America's best record plant), Silver Label numbered limited edition LP presents Echo and the Bunnymen's breakthrough in an involving fidelity that blows away what's on the original pressings and annihilates Rhino's CD remaster. Listeners will revel in the opened-up reverb, sound effects, complex tonalities, swimmy textures, and crafty overdubs that are so essential to the music. This is an 80's landmark, and if you like early U2, you need this album.



    About Silver Series: New from Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, the MoFi Silver Label Vinyl Series will feature an eclectic mix of recordings. This series is mastered and cut on the famous Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab state-of-the-art Tim de Paravacini-designed mastering system. Vinyl will be pressed at RTI on audiophile-grade standard vinyl and will be numbered limited-editions. Future releases will continue to stretch stylistic boundaries, as the MoFi Silver Label continues to explore music from many different genres. Expand your musical horizons with the Silver Label!


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Show of Strength
    2. With a Hip
    3. Over the Wall
    4. It Was a Pleasure
    5. A Promise
    6. Heaven Up Here

    7. The Disease
    8. All My Colours
    9. No Dark Things
    10. Turquoise Days
    11. All I Want
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    Mesh & Lace (200 Gram)

    200 Gram Black Vinyl


    Preceding the album that made them famous, Mesh & Lace walked the path of dreamy, atmospheric aggression, fared with influences of post-punk bands such as Joy Division and Bauhaus. Dark and ambient, Modern English were highly experimental early on, giving way to lighter, melodic pop for the remainder of their career.

    1. 16 Days
    2. Just A Thought
    3. Move In Light
    4. Grief
    5. The Token Man
    6. A Viable Commercial
    7. Black Houses
    8. Dance Of Devotion (A Love Song)
    Modern English
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    LC

    Import

    Remastered


    The second Durutti Column album, originally released on
    Factory Records in 1981, marked the departure of
    producer Martin Hannett (Joy Division, Buzzcocks) and
    the addition of drummer Bruce Mitchell, who would remain
    a longtime collaborator with chief member, guitarist Vini
    Reilly. LC is as powerful as the debut, a fantastic
    collection of guitar excursions that transcend genre. This
    is also the first album to feature Reilly's speak-sing vocal style on a number of songs
    (including The Missing Boy a tribute to the recently deceased leader of Joy Division,
    Ian Curtis). Another stellar album.

    1. Sketch For Dawn

    2. Portrait For Frazier
    3. Jaqueline
    4. Messidor
    5. Sketch For Dawn
    6. Never Known
    7. The Act Committed
    8. Detail For Paul
    9. The Missing Boy
    10. The Sweet Cheat Gone
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    Feeding The Flame

    Sad Lovers and Giants' first full-length album, Feeding The Flame is a brilliant atmospheric post punk album that features similar elements to that of Joy Division and The Chameleons and more tellingly of bands that followed. Recorded in 1983, Feeding the Flame showcases the original line up at their very best. Includes the bonus track Close To The Sea and an inner sleeve with lyrics.

    1. Big Tracks Little Tracks

    2. Sleep (Is for Everyone)
    3. Vendetta
    4. Man of Straw
    5. In Flux
    6. Strange Orchard
    7. On Another Day
    8. Burning Beaches
    9. Your Skin and Mine
    10. Close To The Sea (bonus track)

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    Psychic Mess


    Colored Vinyl


    Creative Adult comes from the diverse musical breeding ground of California's
    North Bay Punk scene. The band's sonic blast careens between the harsh, noisy
    punk of Scratch Acid and Gang of Four while carrying the brooding emotion
    of Joy Division's darkest moments. This debut full-length is a grimey, paranoid
    acid trip through 80s west coast punk. Engineered and produced by Efrim
    Menuck of Godspeed You! Black Emperor at Hotel 2 Tango Studios in Montreal.

    1. Control My Eyes
    2. Charismatic Leader
    3. Flash
    4. Far Out
    5. Half Way
    6. Hyper Aware
    7. Public Transit
    10. Psychic Message
    11. Deep End
    12. Everyone Knows Everyone
    13. Exposed
    14. Haunt
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    Vessel States

    Wilderness is an unconventional band from Baltimore, whose apparent musical pedigree stems from the likes of The Fall, This Heat, Savage Republic, Public Image Limited, and Joy Division - without sounding like any of them - and whose music is every bit as spiritual as it is visceral, as nuanced as it is overt, and as communal and all-embracing as it is culturally alienating and nihilistic. Vessel States is sure to fortify the critical acclaim (Pitchfork's Best New Music tag and one of Magnet's noteworthy albums of the year).
    The Blood Is On The Wall
    Beautiful Alarms
    Emergency
    Last
    Fever Pitch
    Death Verses
    Towered
    Gravity Bent Light
    Monumental
    Wilderness
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    The Idiot (White/Clear)


    White-Clear Colored Vinyl


    Originally released in 1977, this was the first album Iggy Pop made after the dissolution of the Stooges, several jailings and a self-imposed stay in a mental institution. Produced by David Bowie, and including music written almost entirely by him, this is Iggy's most introspective and heavy work. Much more mechanical than the sleazy proto-punk of the Stooges, The Idiot was a huge influence on the post-punk sound of folks like Joy Division and Magazine. An absolute classic on white - clear vinyl.

    1. Sister Midnight
    2. Nightclubbing
    3. Funtime
    4. Baby
    5. China Girl
    6. Dum Dum Boys
    7. Tiny Girls
    8. Mass Production
    Iggy Pop
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    The Idiot (Red/Yellow)


    Red/Yellow Colored Vinyl


    Originally released in 1977, this was the first album Iggy Pop made after the dissolution of the Stooges, several jailings and a self-imposed stay in a mental institution. Produced by David Bowie, and including music written almost entirely by him, this is Iggy's most introspective and heavy work. Much more mechanical than the sleazy proto-punk of the Stooges, The Idiot was a huge influence on the post-punk sound of folks like Joy Division and Magazine. An absolute classic on red - yellow vinyl.

    1. Sister Midnight
    2. Nightclubbing
    3. Funtime
    4. Baby
    5. China Girl
    6. Dum Dum Boys
    7. Tiny Girls
    8. Mass Production
    Iggy Pop
    $26.99
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    Visits

    Tammar pulls off a pretty incredible trick with each and every one of its post-punk anthems, probably something of which the band doesn't take much note. They mine the classic sounds of paranoia, malaise and misanthropy (Joy Division, The Velvet Underground, The Fall and early '90s alt-rock), and fill it all with so much exuberance and joy of playing that each song becomes a triumph over anxiety and ennui. Visits finds each of the band's members stepping outside of themselves, but not in a snake-poison-ingesting, flopping-on-the-floor sense. It's something else, something full of wonder.
    1. Heavy Tonight
    2. Summer Fun
    3. The Last Line
    4. Deep Witness
    5. Arrows Underwater
    6. Yung Jun
    7. Frost Meter
    Tammar
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    Temporary Room

    Stagnant Pools are Bryan and Douglass Enas, two brothers (21 and 22) from Bloomington, Indiana. With just one guitar and a drum kit, they make music which the Chicago Reader describes as "drone-heavy, slate-gray art-rock that should appeal to fans of Disappears, Joy Division, and Sonic Youth records from back when they were still actually scary."



    After a couple of DIY releases, the sibling duo spent one day in the studio recording their debut full-length Temporary Room. With a tour van as a recent graduation present, and shows under their belt with EMA and labelmates Japandroids, they're releasing Temporary Room and then hitting the road. 180 gram vinyl pressing.

    1. Illusions
    2. Dead Sailor
    3. Jumpsuit
    4. Solitude
    5. Temporary Room
    6. Stun
    7. Consistency
    8. Dreaming of You
    9. Frozen
    10. Maze of Graves
    11. Alternate Ending
    12. Waveland
    Stagnant Pools
    $16.99
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    The Return Of The Durutti Column

    Import

    Remastered


    Despite the title, this is the debut album from Manchester's
    Durutti Column, originally released on the legendary
    Factory Records label in 1980. This album is a
    collaboration between guitarist, and the only permanent
    member of the band, Vini Reilly and producer/keyboard
    player Martin Hannett (Joy Division, Buzzcocks). Though
    lumped in with the post-punk movement, The Durutti
    Column's debut is hardly reminiscent of what that term
    brings to mind. The Return Of The Durutti Column is a
    collection of guitar based instrumentals melding rock, folk, classical, electronica and
    the avant-garde. Absolutely stunning.

    1. Sketch For Summer
    2. Requiem For A Father

    3. Katherine
    4. Conduct Side
    5. Beginning
    6. Jazz
    7. Sketch For Winter
    8. Collette
    9. In 'D'
    The Durutti Column
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    Circuses And Bread

    Import


    The brainchild of classically trained musician, Vini Reilly, who took the band's name and idea of putting their first release in a sandpaper sleeve (so as to destroy all other albums on the shelf, from the avant-garde Situationist International movement, but Reilly himself, DC's only constant member, was (and is) 100% Manchester.


    Releasing a steady stream of experimental albums on the legendary Factory Records (Joy Division, New Order, Happy Mondays, etc.) beginning in 1981. Originally released on the Factory Benelux label in 1986, Circuses and Bread was DC's fifth in a steady stream of excellent and experimental studio albums, featuring viola, trumpet and piano interspersed with Reilly's stellar guitar work.


    1. Pauline

    2. Tomorrow
    3. Dance II
    4. Hilary
    5. Street Fight
    6. Royal Infirmary
    7. Black Horses
    8. Dance I
    9. Blind Elevator Girl (Osaka)

    The Durutti Column
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