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- 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.
- 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.
- Joy Division were an English rock band formed in 1976 in Salford, Greater Manchester.
- Joy Division were due to begin their first American tour in May 1980.
- Joy Division were the start of the post-punk movement, and we’re going to talk about them again.
- Martin Hannett (May 1948 - April 18 1991) was an innovative record producer, closely associated with Joy Division and Factory Records.
- Joy Division were a rock music band formed in 1977 in Manchester.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- The difference between Warsaw and Joy Division was the difference between the Sex Pistols and PiL, between sleepwalking and exploring outer space.
- The album also reveals influences of post-punk groups such as Wire, XTC, Joy Division, and Gang Of Four.
- 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.
- 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.
- Ian Curtis is notable as the singer and lyricist with the band Joy Division, which he helped form in 1977 in Manchester, England.
- The band was formed in the wake of the demise of their previous band, Joy Division, following the suicide of singer Ian Curtis.
- Radiohead's original influences were alternative rock and post-punk bands such as R.E.M., The Smiths, Pixies and Joy Division.
- Others in the small crowd would go on to form Joy Division, The Fall, and—in the 1980s— The Smiths.
- In the Manchester area, the Buzzcocks and the group that would become Warsaw and later Joy Division came together.
- As New Order's star began to shine during the '80s, the group had trouble escaping the long shadow of Curtis and Joy Division.
- The remaining members of Joy Division and people who knew the band have always denied this however.
- 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.
- 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.
- Two early post-punk groups labeled "gothic" were Joy Division and Siouxsie & the Banshees in 1979.
- 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.
- Amebix also brought in influences from various post-punk bands, including Public Image Ltd., Bauhaus, Joy Division, and especially Killing Joke.
- Bauhaus, Joy Division), another is to regard "darkwave" as a more inclusive umbrella term.
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