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Unknown Pleasures (Collector's Edition)


Download links and information about Unknown Pleasures (Collector's Edition) by JOY DIVISION. This album was released in 1979 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:23:55 minutes.

Release date: 1979
Genre: Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:23:55
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No. Title Length
1. Disorder 3:29
2. Day of the Lords 4:47
3. Candidate 3:07
4. Insight 4:26
5. New Dawn Fades 4:51
6. She's Lost Control 3:57
7. Shadowplay 3:53
8. Wilderness 2:40
9. Interzone 2:17
10. I Remember Nothing 5:55
11. Dead Souls (Live) 4:25
12. The Only Mistake (Live) 4:12
13. Insight (Live) 3:52
14. Candidate (Live) 2:07
15. Wilderness (Live) 2:32
16. She's Lost Control (Live) 3:47
17. Shadowplay (Live) 3:34
18. Disorder (Live) 3:28
19. Interzone (Live) 2:05
20. Atrocity Exhibition (Live) 6:14
21. Novelty (Live) 4:28
22. Transmission (Live) 3:49



Both in its previous incarnation as Warsaw and its earliest days as Joy Division, this seminal British band used the raw edge of ‘70s punk as a launching pad. Yet by the time of its first studio album, the quartet had taken a daring turn and embraced both open space and the reviled synthesizer as key tools. That the band and Unknown Pleasures are inarguably two of the most important events in the timeline of modern pop/rock music speaks to the “success” of those changes. Stripped down, brutal, and brooding, the music made by the late Ian Curtis and his cohorts was unlike anything that had come before, breathing a new kind of aggression into the still-young punk scene with tunes like the bruising “Interzone” and the unsettling “Disorder” and “She’s Lost Control." They presaged industrial music with the bleak “I Remember Nothing” and goth with the gloom-laden “Day of the Lords” and “Candidate.” Unknown Pleasures stands as a stunning masterpiece, a vivid snapshot in time and a sad reminder of Curtis' talent and genius. (This collection features no fewer than a dozen live tracks from a 1979 show at The Factory in Manchester.)