Joy Division - An Ideal For Living flac album
Title: An Ideal For Living
Style: New Wave, Punk
MP3 album: 1440 mb
FLAC album: 1186 mb
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An Ideal for Living is the first EP by the English post-punk band Joy Division. It was released in 1978 by the band's own label, Enigma, shortly after the group changed its name from Warsaw. All tracks were recorded at Pennine Sound Studios in Oldham on 14 December 1977. The recording sessions were self-financed by the band, on a budget of £400. The release reflects the band's early punk influences, as opposed to the post-punk style they later developed.
An Ideal For Living is Joy Division’s first EP. The record was made shortly after they renamed the band’s name from Warsaw to Joy Division. Released in 1978 by the band’s own label, Enigma, this record cost £400. The cover was originally a black-and-white picture of a Hitler-Jugend member drawn by Bernard Sumner (referred to as Bernard Albrecht at the time) with the band name of Joy Division printed in a blackletter font.
Listen free to Joy Division – An Ideal for Living (Warsaw, No Love Lost and more). An Ideal for Living is the debut EP released by Joy Division in 1978, shortly after changing their name from Warsaw. All tracks were recorded at the Pennine Sound Studios, Oldham, on 14 December 1977.
Band Name Joy Division. Album Name The Ideal Beginning. Type EP. Data de aparición Abril 1981. Labels Anonymous Records. Estilo MusicalPost-punk. Miembros poseen este álbum0. Out under the name Warsaw.
It was written by Mark Johnson with additional writings by Paul Morley and others. It has many black & white pictures from 1977-1982.
The labels say "An ideal for living" and "Joy Division" and "side 1" or "2" and the song titles. There is no record label. An Ideal For Living 12"EP 664 A F/B F Anonymous Records. Greek pressing from the same people who did The Short Circuit 12", The Ideal Beginning 12", and Buzzcocks "Spiral Scratch" Hand written matrix numbers: 664 A F and 664 B F. Warsaw.
Banda inglesa pós-punk. An Ideal For Living (7'') : Download 1979 - Unknown Pleasures (LP) : Download 1979 - Unknown Pleasures : Download 1979 - Unknown Pleasures : Download 1980 - 1980. 11 Amsterdam (Bootleg): Download 1980 - 1980. 15 Basement Club, Cologne (Bootleg): Download 1980
|A2||No Love Lost|
|B1||Leaders Of Men|
- Bass – Peter Hook
- Drums – Stephen Morris
- Engineer [Uncredited] – Paul Adshead
- Guitar, Design [Cover Design] – Bernard Albrecht
- Photography By – Gareth Davy
- Vocals – Ian Curtis
- Written-By – Joy Division
NotesBootleg 7" copy of the 12" issue, Red label, Band name as The Dallars. Foldover thin card cover.
Exists also on white label.
The sleeve of this release is near identical to the 1978 release. It was printed on a 14" x 14" piece of thin cardstock and then folded into four squares, and has a matt finish (not gloss like the later US pressing).
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): Dollars A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): Dollars B
|PSS 139||Joy Division||An Ideal For Living (7", EP)||Enigma||PSS 139||UK||1978|
|PSS139||Joy Division||An Ideal For Living (7", EP, Unofficial)||Culturesound Records||PSS139||UK||2008|
|IDEAL 1||Joy Division||An Ideal For Living (12", EP, Unofficial)||Anonymous Records||IDEAL 1||UK||2010|
|ANON 1||Joy Division||An Ideal For Living (12", EP, Ltd, Unofficial, Whi)||Anonymous Records||ANON 1||UK||2006|
|PSS 139||Joy Division||An Ideal For Living (7", EP, RE, Unofficial, Gre)||Enigma||PSS 139||US||2008|