Tuesday, January 29, 2008

JOY DIVISION

Here is a clip of the new Joy DIvision documentary. Such originality such greatness we may never see again.

5 comments:

V*Kstro said...

"One of the last TRUE stories in pop"

I'm sure if I lived that era... as korny as it sounds, I would probably be screaming "IAN I LOVE YOU"

I mean, at least it's kinda what I feel NOW everytime I listen, read or watch anything about JD. Not sure how to expalin it... wicked!

EDG4R said...

go see Control. well buy it on DVD when it comes out. caught it in nyc last fall. amazing.

V*Kstro said...

Saw in NY early Dec. DVD coming out on 2.11.

One of the reasons, besides not having time, for updating my blog is bcuz of thisheartsonfire.com... Highly recommended.
Excerpt... For everyone who didn't make it to a theater to see Joy Division/Ian Curtis biopic Control, no need to worry: it's out on DVD 02.11.08. If you're a Joy Division fan, this is a must see, with amazing performance by one of our all time favorites Samantha Morton and new comer Sam Riley. Included on the DVD and not seen in theaters: making of Control (25 minute featurette includes interviews), commentary with Director Anton Corbijn, extended performance scenes, and Joy Division's Atmosphere '88 video, which was directed by none other than Anton Corbijn. Can't wait? Pre-order the DVD on Amazon now.

V*Kstro said...

Saw in NY early Dec. DVD coming out on 2.11.

One of the reasons, besides not having time, for updating my blog is bcuz of thisheartsonfire.com... Highly recommended.
Excerpt... For everyone who didn't make it to a theater to see Joy Division/Ian Curtis biopic Control, no need to worry: it's out on DVD 02.11.08. If you're a Joy Division fan, this is a must see, with amazing performance by one of our all time favorites Samantha Morton and new comer Sam Riley. Included on the DVD and not seen in theaters: making of Control (25 minute featurette includes interviews), commentary with Director Anton Corbijn, extended performance scenes, and Joy Division's Atmosphere '88 video, which was directed by none other than Anton Corbijn. Can't wait? Pre-order the DVD on Amazon now.

Joshua M. said...

good times the other day!