Joy Division are marking the 40th anniversary of their final album Still with a very special, limited-edition reissue, arriving in February next year.
Celebrating 40 years since its original release, the vinyl version of Still is pressed on crystal clear vinyl and housed in a ruby red sleeve. The run is limited to 10,000 copies, exclusive to New Order’s official webstore. Pre-order, here.
Still is a compilation album first released by the band in 1981 following the untimely death of lead singer, Ian Curtis. While their two previous albums had already cemented the Manchester’s band’s iconic status in music history, Still filled in gaps with unreleased studio material, two non-album tracks Dead Souls and Glass and a live recording of Joy Division’s last ever concert, at Birmingham University.
The show included the only live performance of Ceremony by Joy Division, whose remaining members would morph into New Order following Curtis’ death and release it as their debut single.
Joy Division | ‘Ceremony’ [Live at Birmingham University]
Following on from previous reissues of Unknown Pleasures and Closer, Joy Division’s Still 40th anniversary edition is due out on February 11, 2022, check out the tracklisting below and pre-order, here.
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