Joy Division - An Ideal For Living album download
|A2||No Love Lost|
|B1||Leaders Of Men|
- Engineer [Uncredited] – Paul Adshead
NotesReissue of a 2005 US picture disc bootleg.
Pressed in black vinyl and white label.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: (Side A): PSS-139-A
- Matrix / Runout: (Side B): PSS-139-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|
|8201||Joy Division||An Ideal For Living (7", EP, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Joy Division)||8201||UK||1982|
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.
In fact, 1978's "An Ideal for Living" was most likely the most raw as well as the most punk that JD had even been before transitioning to their now famous dirge-punk sound accompanied by the notoriously depressing voice of the late great Ian Curtis. However, here even Ian's vocals seem to be in a slightly different tone than on "Unknown Pleasures", which is strange seeing as "Pleasures" was released barely over a year after "An Ideal for Living". So what was the deal with that exactly". However, the four songs on this release were all a tad longer than your usual punk song on your usual punk album. With songs ranging from a mere 2 minute track like "Warsaw" (the opening track) to two songs being nearly 4 minutes long like "No Love Lost" and "Failures", Joy Division still managed to stand out from contemporary upcoming punk legends such as the Sex Pistols and the Ramones.
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. A 7" version was released in June on the band's own Enigma Records label (not to be confused with the American record label of the same name), followed by a 12" version in October on the band's own Anonymous Records label.
Complete your Joy Division collection. Leaders Of Men. Failures.
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Joy Division (Musical Group) An Ideal For Living (Musical Album) Ian Curtis (Musical Artist) Tony Wilson (TV Personality) Post-punk (Musical Genre) Bernard Sumner (Musical Artist) Peter Hook (Musical Artist) Stephen Morris (Musical Artist). Ernesto Toccalino - 9 bulan yang lalu. The album circulated on bootlegs bearing the same title until it was commercially released in 1994 (along with a number of other tracks). The original track listing included all four tracks from An Ideal for Living EP. The commercial release included the original Warsaw album plus "As You Said" which was recorded and released in 1980 on the "Komakino" single, as well as the band's first recorded music, "The Warsaw Demo", songs from which were noted as 'bonus tracks'.
In 1978, right after Joy Division dropped its original name, Warsaw, they released an EP called An Ideal for Living. The record has been bootlegged over the years, and now a "re-imagined" version will be out on April 19 for Record Store Day via Rhino. The music was newly mastered at London's Abbey Road Studios in January, by the band's longtime engineer Frank Arkwright. The artwork is inspired by the 12" version of the release, which featured an image of scaffolding.