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Joy Division
An Interview With Ian Curtis
Not On Label (Joy Division)
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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ICB 1Joy Division An Interview With Ian Curtis ‎(7", TP, Unofficial)Not On Label (Joy Division)ICB 1UKUnknown


  • IntervieweeIan Curtis
  • Photography [Photo's] – Peter Anderson


An interview with Ian Curtis recorded at the Castle Pub, Manchester, November 1979.

Both sides have the same content.

Most likely released between 1982 and 1984.

Matrices: "LYN - 14134 - 1U Z" and "P - LYN - 14135 - 1U Z"



The loss of Ian Curtis, the enigmatic Joy Division lead singer, is one we're still feeling today. Listen to his last ever interview here. Largely considered as the last interview Curtis ever conducted before succumbing to his illness, the interviewer covers a wide and varied amount of topics. On the current state of new wave, Curtis promptly replied: Dont know. I think its, a lot of it tends to have lost its edge really. Ian Kevin Curtis 15 July 1956 18 May 1980 was an English singer-songwriter and musician. He was the lead singer and lyricist of the post-punk band Joy Division and recorded two albums with the group: Unknown Pleasures 1979 and Closer 1980. Curtis was known for his bass-baritone voice, dance style, and songwriting typically filled with imagery of desolation, emptiness, and alienation. To mark the 35th anniversary of the death of Ian Curtis, heres a classic interview with Joy Division, first published in Sounds in November 1978, and taken from Rocks Backpages, the online home of music 1979 interview with Ian Curtis of Joy Division. Members of Joy Division talk about Ian Curtis's Dancing lost in music. 1:18: to Ian Curtis Interview from Joy Division's Let the Movie Begin for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. Let the Movie Begin. Joy Division. Ian Curtis Radio Blackburn interview Recorded 28th February 1980 at Preston Warehouse Also known as the Radio Lancashire interview. Joy Division Central's Mark Gale spoke exclusively to Steve Barker from BBC Radio Blackburn in Novembers 2015 and he had this to say: You are correct in the assumption of when the interview was broadcast - I think it was March. It was before Ian's death. As far as all the other versions you mentioned these are all bootlegs and unofficial as far as I, and the BBC, are concerned. To celebrate Ian Curtis, we at transcribed the above BBC Blackburn interview, which is one of the few recordings of Ian being interviewed. To the surprise of many, when Ian discusses shopping for records, one band that comes to mind for him happens to be Bauhaus, which he seemingly thought were from London. Soon after this interview, Ian would go see Bauhaus live while in London during the Closer studio sessions and would become an even bigger fan of the Northampton band. Id hate to be on the usual record company where you get an album out and you do a tour, and you do all the Odeon,s and all the this that and the others. Month Day. May 18. Ian Curtis of Joy Division dies by suicide. On the evening of May 18, 1980, Ian Curtis, lead singer and lyricist of the British group Joy Division, hangs himself in his Cheshire kitchen. He was only 23 years old. Joy Division was one of four hugely important British post-punk bands that could trace its origins to a now-legendary performance by the Sex Pistols at the Lesser Free Trade Hall in Manchester in June 1976. Along with founding members of the Buzzcocks, the Smiths and the Fall, Mancunians Bernard Sumner and Peter Hook decided in the immediate aftermath of. An interview with Ian Curtis Fully transcribed for the first time-Says hes a fan of Bauhaus Post-Punk. Ian Curts from Joy DivisionAn interview with Ian Curtis Fully transcribed for the first time-Says hes a fan of Bauhaus Post-Punk. Ian Curtis Joy Division Antony Hegarty Marianne Faithfull Rockn Roll The Best Films Gothic Rock People Of Interest We Are Young. Ian Curtis formerly of Joy Division. Joy Division Top 100 Albums Great Albums Greatest Album Covers Classic Album Covers New Wave Music Music Love Lps Patterns. joy division - closer. Joy Division Paul Bunyan Shiloh Light Cinema Ian Curtis Shadow Play Light Music Visual Diary Dutch Artists. Ian Curts from Joy DivisionWIlderness just came on shuffle did my best to dance like him around my house. Ian Curtis at a Joy Division concert at the Electric Ballroom, London, 26 October 1979 Rex . Sunday 18 May 1980 wasnt a day that rocked the globe. Not in the way that Monday 8 December would, the day John Lennon was murdered. The death of Ian Curtis of Joy Division, who hanged himself in his kitchen aged 23 on the eve of an American tour the culmination of spiralling depression, worsening epilepsy and marital breakdown passed almost unnoticed by the mainstream press. Its reverberations, however, would be felt through the music world for decades