Sunday, December 29, 2013
"Unknown Pleasures" (Vinyl)
The debut album from the British post-punk band Joy Division was released in 1979. It proved to be the first of only two albums that Joy Division would release before the untimely demise of lead singer Ian Curtis. The rest of the band endured as New Order, but the Division albums have built a healthy cult following.
I can't say this is a genre/time I've mined too much. The post-punk years in Great Britain are largely outside my sphere of knowledge. I only mention that because for me a healthy portion of my understanding of music can come from knowing where we were and where we were headed, musically speaking. The music on this album comes from a time and geography that is largely foreign to me.
Posted by T. at 11:59 PM