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1994 reissue of compilation of 1977 recordings by Warsaw, an early moniker for the Mancunian act Joy Division. Although the band's more famous moniker was not yet in place, their intensity and mystery was. From Peter Hook's bass and Bernard Sumner's guitar to Ian Curtis' haunting vocals, this collection is a candid audio view of a band just about ready to explode. This pressing features 17 raw, but respectable cuts, including five bonus tracks, 'Inside The Line', 'At A Later Date', 'Guts', 'The Kill' and 'You're No Good For Me'. Others include 'Failures', 'Leaders Of Men', 'They Walked Inline', 'Novelty', 'No Love Lost', 'Transmission', 'Living In The Ice Age', 'Interzone', 'Warsaw' and 'Shadowplay'.
This was an interesting release as it is the first recordings that Joy Division did under the name Warsaw before changing their name to Joy Division. Read morePublished on Dec 26 2003 by Jimbo Jones
Man, I hate to give this four stars instead of five. But I'm much more attuned to the Gothic aspects that surround Joy Division. Read morePublished on Oct. 24 2002 by Michael Vincent