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DATE. VENUE

Date: Tuesday 16 October 1979

Venue: Plan K – Brussels (Belgium)


 

SET LIST

01. Love will tear us apart
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02. Wilderness
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03. Disorder
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04. Colony
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05. Insight
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06. Twenty four hours
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07. New dawn fades
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08. Transmission
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09. Shadowplay
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10. She's lost control
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11. Atrocity exhibition
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12. Interzone
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Total duration: unknown


 

DETAILS

Line-up: Ian Curtis | Peter Hook | Stephen Morris | Bernard Sumner

Audience: about 800 people

Other band: Cabaret Voltaire
Note: a
few days off from the Buzzcocks tour (Tuesday 2 October–Saturday 10 November 1979) permitted Rob Gretton to arrange a couple of concerts away from the Buzzcocks, including this one

Slow motion footage at the beginning of the video Here Are The Young Men was taken from this concert; Brian Nicholson, from ikon&, unearthed the video of the whole concert and some exerpts were shown at Barzooka, in Blackburn (UK), as a part of the 25 anniversary of Ian Curtis death (May 2005)


 

PHOTOS

Philippe Carly


 

MEMORIES

Joy Division played at the opening of Brussels' new art centre, a recently converted sugar refinery in, coincidentally, rue de Manchester. Accompanied by Cabaret Voltaire, Joy Division did not headline the debut of Plan K – that honour being reserved for American author William Burroughs. When Ian who was a great fan of his went up to talk with him, the author told him graphically to get lost. Ian got lost immediately, not a little hurt by the rebuff
(Source: Mark Johnson – An Ideal for living)