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Heart and soul : critical essays on Joy Division

By: Devereux, Eoin(Edited by) Dillane, Aileen(Edited by) Power, Martin J.(Edited by)

Part of the Popular Musics Matter: Social, Political and Cultural Interventions series
1786603357 / 9781786603357
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Led by the iconic Ian Curtis, Joy Division remains one of the most influential bands to emerge in the British Post-Punk Scene.

In spite of Joy Division's relatively short existence, their unique sound and distinct iconography have had a lasting impact on music fans and performers alike.

This book disassembles the band's contribution to rock music.

Based on up-to-date original research, Heart And Soul brings together established and newly emerging scholars who provide detailed examinations the many layers of this multi-faceted and influential band and their singer, the late Ian Curtis, in particular.

Given Joy Division's complexities, the book draws upon a wide range of academic disciplines and approaches in order to make sense of this influential band.


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