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An Ideal for living book review

Magazine: Just Seventeen (UK)

Publication date: Thursday 28 June 1984


 

AN IDEAL FOR LIVING

Anyone hooked on Joy Division, or New Order as they eventually became, might like to take a peek at a new book
An Ideal for living: An History Of Joy Division by Mark Johnson (Proteus 5.95)
Illustrated with black and white photographs, it combines details of their development, reviews of live performances, and interviews with band-members. There's little that's personal though, and even less about the suicide of
Ian Curtis, who was really the voice of Joy Division
We have 10 copies waiting to be won. We'd like to know the name of the girl in
New Order. Is it: a) Tracey Thorn b) D.C. Lee c) Gillian Gilbert? Answers on a post card please, to: Just Seventeen Joy Division Competition, 7-11 Lexington Street, London W1R 4BU, to arrive by July 11