Joy Division and Related Artists · 1980
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Pennine Sound Studios - LWTUA session I
Oldham
UK

These Days * # Sound of Music ** # Love Will Tear Us Apart (version 1-faster) *
Heart & Soul booklet misdates as 03/80. * Released on B side of the single Love Will Tear Us Apart. ** Released on Still. # Released on the official Heart & Soul box set.

Paradiso
Amsterdam
Netherlands

Passover * # $ Wilderness * Digital * Day of the lords * Insight * New dawn fades * # Disorder * Transmission *
Love will tear us apart * These days * A means to an end * Twenty four hours * Shadowplay * $$ She's lost control * Atrocity exhibition * # Atmosphere * Interzone *
Continental Europe Tour - January 11th to 21st (1/10 concerts) * Released on the official ReFractured Box Set. # Released on the official Les Bains Douches, Fractured box. Available sources: sbd (complete concert), FM Broadcast. $ "Passover" is incomplete on all known recordings of this concert. $$ "Shadowplay" has a brief internal glitch on all known recordings of this concert. Local support didn't play, so JD played two different sets.

Paard Van Troje
The Hague
Netherlands

Continental Europe Tour - January 11th to 21st (2/10 concerts) Supporting act: Minny Pops Available sources: --

Doornroosje
Nijmegen
Netherlands

Continental Europe Tour - January 11th to 21st (3/10 concerts) Available sources: --

King Kong
Antwerp
Belgium

Transmission ...
Continental Europe Tour - January 11th to 21st (4/10 concerts) Supporting act: De Kommeniste Available sources: -- (Incomplete setlist)

The Basement
Cologne
Germany

Atmosphere Love will tear us apart These days Insight Twenty four hours A means to an end She's lost control The sound of music Glass Day of the lords Shadowplay Interzone Disorder Transmission Atrocity exhibition
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Continental Europe Tour - January 11th to 21st (5/10 concerts) The basement of an old church, enhanced sound and great atmosphere.

Club Lantaren
Rotterdam
Netherlands

Continental Europe Tour - January 11th to 21st (6/10 concerts) Available sources: -- The stage was removed and JD played in front of the audience.

Plan K
Brussels
Belgium

Dead souls Wilderness Insight Colony Twenty four hours A means to an end Transmission Atmosphere Love will tear us apart Digital Warsaw Shadowplay Atrocity exhibition Sister ray The eternal
Continental Europe Tour - January 11th to 21st (7/10 concerts) Available sources: sbd, aud. Supporting act: Digital Dance Some footage on video: "Here are the young men"

Effenaar
Eindhoven
Netherlands

Love will tear us apart Digital * # New dawn fades # Colony # These days Ice age Dead souls * Disorder Day of the lords Autosuggestion * # Shadowplay She's lost control Transmission Interzone Atmosphere * Warsaw
Continental Europe Tour - January 11th to 21st (8/10 concerts) * Released on the official Les Bains Douches, Fractured box. # Released on video: "Here are the young men" Supporting act: Minny Pops Available sources: aud (complete concert).

Club Vera
Groningen
Netherlands

Digital ...
Continental Europe Tour - January 11th to 21st (9/10 concerts) Supporting act: Red Rizla, The Stubs Available sources: -- (Incomplete setlist)

Kant Kino
Berlin
Germany

Dead souls Wilderness Colony Insight Twenty four hours A means to an end Transmission The eternal
Continental Europe Tour - January 11th to 21st (10/10 concerts) Available sources: aud (incomplete) (Incomplete setlist, the last two tracks cut on the only available source)

Birmingham University
Birmingham
UK

Ceremony Shadowplay A Means To An End Passover New Dawn Fades 24 Hours Transmission Disorder Isolation Decades Digital
Soundcheck: Ceremony Decades
Joy Division - High Hall, Birmingham University may circulate under this date; actual date of that show is 05/02/80 (NOT 02/05/80 European format), actually last JD concert ever and released on the official Still and Still Expanded Collector's Edition (2007 remaster). The correct date is 05/02/80, that show can be found HERE. Please update your lists adding up the right master show entry.

The Factory II (New Osbourne Club)
Manchester
UK

unknown setlist.
Supporting act: A Certain Ratio, Section 25, Kevin Hewick.

University Of London College Union
Bloomsbury, London
UK

Dead souls * Glass * A means to an end * Twenty four hours * Passover * Insight * Colony * These days * Love will tear us apart * Isolation * The eternal * Encore: Digital *
Supporting act: Section 25, A Certain Ratio, Killing Joke, Smirks, Fatal Microbes. Available sources: One known audience recording. * Officially Released in 2007 on Closer Expanded Collector's Edition (remastered).

Town Hall
High Wycombe
UK

The Sound Of Music * A Means To An End * Colony * Twenty Four Hours * Isolation * Love Will Tear Us Apart * Disorder * Atrocity Exhibition *
Soundcheck: Isolation * The Eternal * Ice Age * Disorder * The Sound Of Music * A Means To An End *
Supporting act: Section 25, A Certain Ratio, Killing Joke. * Officially Released in 2007 on Still Expanded Collector's Edition (remastered).

The Warehouse
Preston
UK

Incubation * Wilderness * Twenty Four Hours * The Eternal * Heart And Soul * Shadowplay * Transmission * Disorder * Warsaw * Colony * Interzone * She's Lost Control *
* Released on the official The Fractured Music Archive Volume One: The Warehouse, Preston February 28th 1980 and Fractured / ReFractured Box Set. Malfunctioning equipment interrupted the peformance, causing Ian to talk more than usual ("everything's falling apart") while the roadies were doing their job. Available sources: two different recordings.

The Lyceum
Strand, London
UK

Incubation # Wilderness Twenty Four Hours The Eternal # Heart And Soul # Love Will Tear Us Apart Isolation # Komakino She's Lost Control # These Days Atrocity Exhibition
Soundcheck: Heart And Soul Incubation Komakino Isolation (instrumental) Isolation
# Released on the official Heart & Soul box set. JD played along with: Killing Joke. Supporting act: Section 25, A Certain Ratio. Available sources: several audience recordings (complete concert).

Trinity Hall
Bristol
UK

Incubation A means to an end Twenty four hours Colony Passover Love will tear us apart ...
Incomplete setlist Supporting act: The Passage

Britannia Row Studios - Closer Sessions
Islington, London
UK

Atrocity Exhibition * Isolation * Passover * Colony* A means to an End * Heart and Soul * Twenty Four Hours * The Eternal * Decades * Komakino ** Incubation ** As you Said ** Love Will Tear Us Apart #
From March 18th to 30th, 1980. * Released on the official Closer and Heart & Soul box set. ** Released on Komakino flexidisc (04/80) and Heart & Soul box set. # New re-recorded vocals on LWTUA session II (03/80 version just reworked here). New mix on the official LWTUA single release. Martin Hannett's Personal Mixes from Closer Sessions can be found HERE.

Strawberry Studios - LWTUA session II
Stockport
UK

Love Will Tear Us Apart (single version - slower)* # She's Lost Control (12'' extended version) ** # $
Substance @
* Released on the single Love Will Tear Us Apart. ** Re-recorded, keyboards added and extra final verse. Full version released on the official Heart & Soul box set and Substance. # Released on the official Heart & Soul box set. @ Unfinished. Reworked and finished at Britannia Row Studios, March 1980. $ extra-verse version different than earlier version at Strawberry Studios, March-April 1979.

Moonlight Club
West Hampstead, London
UK

The Sound Of Music Wilderness Colony Love Will Tear Us Apart A Means To An End Transmission Dead Souls Sister Ray *
* Released on the official "Still" and "Still Expanded Collector's Edition" (2007 remaster) and misdated as 05/03/80. Supporting act: John Dowie, Crawling Chaos, Section 25. Known recordings: -Audience recording: all tracks. -SBD recording: only "Sister Ray" has surfaced. Ajanta Theatre (Derby) may circulate under this date; actual date of that show is 04/19/1980.

Moonlight Club
West Hampstead, London
UK

Love Will Tear Us Apart Glass Digital Heart And Soul Isolation Disorder Atrocity Exhibition Encore: Atmosphere
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Supporting act: Kevin Hewick, Blurt, A Certain Ratio.

Moonlight Club
West Hampstead, London
UK

Transmission A Means To An End Twenty Four Hours Day Of The Lords Insight Interzone
As soon as JD finished playing at The Rainbow went by car to The Moonlight Club to play as the last band with borrowed equipment (lack of keyboards). Supporting act: Durutti Column, The Royal Family, X-O-Dus. Available sources: aud (complete concert).

Rainbow Theatre
Finsbury Park, London
UK

Dead Souls Wilderness Shadowplay Heart And Soul Decades She's Lost Control Atrocity Exhibition #
# Strobe lights caused an epileptic fit and Ian fell backwards into the drum kit by the time "Atrocity Exhibition" finished. Available sources: aud (complete concert / unsurfaced) JD played along with: Section 25, The Soul Boys and The Stranglers. [Hugh Cornwell, singer, was in prison for drug possession and The Stranglers asked some friends to help out] Line-up: vocals: Ian Dury, Toyah Wilcox, Hazel O'Connor, Nicky Tesco, Phil Daniels, Peter Hammill, Jake Burns and Richard Jobson / guitar: Wilko Johnson, Robert Fripp, Robert Smith, Steve Hillage, Basil Gabbidon, Larry Wallace and John Turnball / keyboards: Matthieu Hartley (The Cure) / sax: Nick Turner (Hawkwind) and Davey Payne (Blockheads) / rythm section: Steel Pulse.

Winter Gardens
Malvern
UK

Disorder Wilderness Twenty-Four Hours Heart And Soul Atmosphere Love Will Tear Us Apart Isolation Interzone She's Lost Control Encore: Girls Don't Count #
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Supporting act: Section 25 # jam with the support group Section 25.

Derby Hall
Bury
UK

Girls Don't Count > Jam # Digital Love Will Tear Us Apart Heart and Soul * The Eternal * Decades / Passover * Sister Ray > Jam #
* vocals: Ian Curtis Other vocals by JD members and Alan Hempsall (Crispy Ambulance) # Opening and closing jams + Section 25. Supporting act: Minny Pops, A Certain Ratio, Section 25. Due to Ian's health he went on stage just for slow songs. Available sources: aud (complete concert / unsurfaced)

The Factory I (Russell Club)
Hulme, Manchester
UK

Supporting act: Minny Pops, Crawling Chaos. Available sources:--

Ajanta Theatre
Derby
UK

Dead souls Wilderness Digital Insight Passover Heart and soul Isolation These days Transmission She's lost control Encore 1: Colony Encore 2: Girls don't count #
Supporting act: XL5, Section 25. # jam with the support group Section 25 Available sources: aud (complete concert).

TJ Davidson Rehearsal Studios
Manchester
UK

Love will tear us apart
Broadcast: Fun Factory, Granada TV (06/26/80). This was a new vocal recording rather than a playback song. This footage was matched to source the following videos: -Love Will Tear Us Apart (original promo video with live sound and double-tracked vocals), found on Substance. -Love Will Tear Us Apart (Australian version), found on "Here Are The Young Men" (FACT 37v) (released 08/18/1982) 100% out of circulation. -Love Will Tear Us Apart '95 Permanent/Don Gehman mix.

University of Birmingham
Birmingham
UK

Ceremony * Shadowplay * A Means to an end * Passover * New dawn fades * Twenty four hours * # Transmission * Disorder * Isolation * Decades * Encore: Digital *
Soundcheck: Ceremony Decades
* Released on the official Still and Still Expanded Collector's Edition (2007 remaster). # Not available on all versions of Still. Sometimes not listed but included on the release. Missing from all CD releases. This is Joy Division's final concert; it's the only recording of Joy Division playing Ceremony; and it's the only time they played Ceremony or Decades live. As soon as Ian finished his vocals on Decades, needed medical asistance and the band went on playing. He returned for the encore. Sister Ray, released along this show on Still and Still Expanded Collector's Edition (2007 remaster), was performed at The Moonlight Club, London (04/02/80), even when the Still cover misdates as 05/03/80. The 04/02/80 The Moonlight Club show where Sister Ray was played is HERE. This song is an official release, as stated above. Supporting act: A Certain Ratio Available sources: -Soundboard: Still, official release. Cut at the beginning of "Ceremony". -Audience: complete concert

Graveyard Studios - rehearsal
Prestwick
UK

Ceremony * In a lonely place (detail) * #
Maybe recorded at T.J. Davidson's Rehearsal Studios, Manchester April 1980 and remixed at Graveyard Studios. Heart & Soul booklet states these tracks were recorded at Graveyard Studios, Prestwick. * Released on the official Heart & Soul box set. # missing final verse. Source: from a tape provided by Peter Hook, rehearsal recordings which became New Order songs.

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