Joy Division - Transmission FLAC album
Official video for Transmission by Joy Division. Radio, live transmission Radio, live transmission. Listen to the silence, let it ring on Eyes, dark grey lenses frightened of the sun We would have a fine time living in the night Left to blind destruction, waiting for our sight.
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Produced by Martin Hannett.
University of London.
Songs in album Joy Division - Transmission (1979). Transmission-пример классического пост панка. Dance dance dance dance to radio! ageageage. Чем бы человек не тешился, лишь бы не вешался! - приписывается Кёртису.
Joy Division were an English rock band that consisted of singer Ian Curtis, guitarist and keyboardist Bernard Sumner, bassist Peter Hook and drummer Stephen Morris. From 1976 to 1980, the band recorded a total of 53 songs. Although together for only four years, the band has influenced many artists and has influenced the post-punk movement of the late 1970s.
On October 7th, 1979, Joy Division released their iconic single Transmission. The band had previously debuted the single on youth television program Something Else, with this performance later being used as the official music video for the song. Not unlike their debut album Unknown Pleasures, which features a wave plotting of pulsar CP 1919 on its cover, the 7 inch sleeve for Transmission features the Orion Nebula, that was in 1880 the first object of its kind to ever be photographed. The 12 inch sleeve has features a rocket. The B-side for Transmission is the song Novelty
The Complete BBC Recordings (Joy Division album). Joy Division The Complete BBC Recordings is a collection of the two Peel Sessions recorded by Joy Division, two songs from the BBC Television programme Something Else and a live interview. It was released in 2000.
Transmission Session I - JOY DIVISION at online store Music-bazaar. Request an album send to friend. Transmission Session I (1979). JOY DIVISION - Transmission Session I. Release date: 1979. Quality: 192-320 Kbits/sec.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Factory Records
- Copyright (c) – Factory Records
- Published By – Fractured Music
- Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse
- Mastered At – The Sound Clinic
- Mastered At – Gedmal Galvanic Ltd.
- Mastered By – Graeme*
- Plated By – E.G.*
- Producer – Martin Hannett
NotesPublished by Fractured Music.
A Factory Records Product.
G + L
Transmission 7" pressings usually come in the following sleeve variations:
This: Glossy sleeve, no cut-out, straight glue-flaps and white G+L; Graeme Durham first cut.
Glossy sleeve, with round cut-out, straight glue-flaps and purple G+L;
Glossy sleeve, no cut-out, straight glue-flaps and white G+L (Peckham cut).
Textured sleeve, with round cut-out on reverse, straight glue flaps and purple G+L;
Textured sleeve, with squared cut-out on reverse, rounded glue flaps and white G+L;
The vinyl can come in either sleeve.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): FAC 13 A1 E.G. SOUND CLINIC GRAEME S-3
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): FAC 13 B1 EG S-2
|FAC 13, Fac 13||Joy Division||Transmission (7", Single, Glo)||Factory, Factory||FAC 13, Fac 13||UK||1979|
|FAC 13, Fac 13||Joy Division||Transmission (7", Single, RP, Glo)||Factory, Factory||FAC 13, Fac 13||UK||1979|
|FAC 13.12, FAC 13 X 12||Joy Division||Transmission (12", Single, Lyn)||Factory, Factory||FAC 13.12, FAC 13 X 12||UK||1980|
|Fac 13, FAC 13||Joy Division||Transmission (7", Single)||Factory, Factory||Fac 13, FAC 13||Scandinavia||1981|
|FAC13.12, FAC 13 X 12||Joy Division||Transmission (12", Single, M/Print)||Factory, Factory||FAC13.12, FAC 13 X 12||Italy||1980|