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Definitions

  1. Joy Division was a rock band from the United Kingdom made up of vocalist Ian Curtis (15 July 1956-18 May 1980), guitarist Bernard Sumner (b. (Web site)
  2. Joy Division were labelled by many as a dark and depressive band due to the bleakness of their music and the suicide of Ian Curtis.
  3. Joy Division were an English rock band formed in 1976 in Salford, Greater Manchester.
  4. Joy Division were due to begin their first American tour in May 1980. (Web site)
  5. Joy Division were the start of the post-punk movement, and we’re going to talk about them again. (Web site)

April

  1. Martin Hannett (May 1948 - April 18 1991) was an innovative record producer, closely associated with Joy Division and Factory Records.

Manchester

  1. Joy Division were a rock music band formed in 1977 in Manchester. (Web site)

Order

  1. The evening before Joy Division were to embark on the American tour, Curtis returned to his home in Macclesfield in order to talk to his estranged wife. (Web site)

Magazine Article

  1. In a 2005 Q magazine article the members of New Order claimed that Joy Division would have become an electronic band had Ian Curtis not died.

Sex Pistols

  1. As a teenager, Kurt was drawn to punk and heavy metal music; the Melvins, The Sex Pistols and Joy Division were a few of his favorite bands. (Web site)
  2. The difference between Warsaw and Joy Division was the difference between the Sex Pistols and PiL, between sleepwalking and exploring outer space. (Web site)

Album

  1. The album also reveals influences of post-punk groups such as Wire, XTC, Joy Division, and Gang Of Four.
  2. Peter Saville wrote design history with his album covers for British bands such as Joy Division, New Order and Pulp, and with his work for fashion designers.

Band

  1. Ian Curtis is notable as the singer and main songwriter with the band Joy Division, a band which he helped form in 1977 in Manchester, England.
  2. Ian Curtis is notable as the singer and lyricist with the band Joy Division, which he helped form in 1977 in Manchester, England.
  3. The band was formed in the wake of the demise of their previous band, Joy Division, following the suicide of singer Ian Curtis.

Smiths

  1. Radiohead's original influences were alternative rock and post-punk bands such as R.E.M., The Smiths, Pixies and Joy Division. (Web site)
  2. Others in the small crowd would go on to form Joy Division, The Fall, and—in the 1980s— The Smiths.

Group

  1. In the Manchester area, the Buzzcocks and the group that would become Warsaw and later Joy Division came together. (Web site)
  2. As New Order's star began to shine during the '80s, the group had trouble escaping the long shadow of Curtis and Joy Division.

Remaining Members

  1. The remaining members of Joy Division and people who knew the band have always denied this however.
  2. New Order is an English electronic and rock group formed in 1980 by the remaining members of Joy Division following the suicide of singer Ian Curtis.

Siouxsie

  1. From Joy Division to Nine Inch Nails and from Siouxsie to Marilyn Manson, gothic rock has endured as the cult of choice for alienated youth. (Web site)
  2. Two early post-punk groups labeled "gothic" were Joy Division[1] and Siouxsie & the Banshees in 1979.

Joy Division

  1. Post-punk In the UK, a wide variety of post-punk bands emerged, including The Fall, Joy Division, Gang of Four, and Public Image Ltd.
  2. Amebix also brought in influences from various post-punk bands, including Public Image Ltd., Bauhaus, Joy Division, and especially Killing Joke.
  3. Bauhaus, Joy Division), another is to regard "darkwave" as a more inclusive umbrella term.

Categories

  1. Continents > Europe > Weimar > Bauhaus
  2. Remaining Members
  3. People > Age > People > Smiths
  4. Siouxsie
  5. Arts > Music > Punk > Post-Punk

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