FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)

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BASIC INFORMATION

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Who were Joy Division?

1.01

Associated/close people

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Origin of their band names: Stiff Kittens, Warsaw, Joy Division

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Where were Joy Division from?

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What label signed Joy Division?

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How did Joy Division members meet?

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Musical influences

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How and when Joy Division ended?

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Did they appear in any film?
The three first songs played at the Bowdon Vale Youth Club, in Altrincham (UK), on Wednesday 14 March 1979 are part of the film called The Factory Flick (FAC 9)
24 Hour Party People (2002), the film about Factory Records, has several scenes about Joy Division
Four concerts (
Wednesday 14 March 1979 | Saturday 27 October 1979 | Sunday 28 October 1979 | Friday 18 January 1980) were filmed and partly included on the Here Are The Young Men video (and partly on the withdrawn promotional Substance video); two other concerts were filmed (Tuesday 16 October 1979 | Saturday 19 January 1980)
In addition, the song
Love will tear us apart was included on Here Are The Young Men; promotional videos of Atmosphere and Transmission are also available
Several TV documentaries about the band are available
(See also visuals index)

1.09

Did they have nazis sympathies, as often read?