Peter Hook shares stories & anecdotes about the rare records & recordings of Joy Division, the artwork of "Unknown Pleasures", unheard Joy Division tapes, Sex Pistols Manchester Free Trade Hall show & more.

  • Peter is recovering from Covid
  • New Order Substance was made for Tony Wilson’s car
  • Burying grief immediately after Ian Curtis’ death
  • Band-financing “An Ideal for Living” record
  • The 45 single sounded dreadful
  • New Order didn’t want to play Joy Division
  • The popularity of Joy Division so many years later
  • What could have been on Joy Division’s 3rd LP
  • Did Ian hear or see the "Closer" album package?
  • The band’s music activity in the days after Ian’s death
  • What was the plan for “An Ideal for Living”?
  • Changes for “An Ideal For Living” 12” repress
  • Band changing name from “Warsaw” to “Joy Division”
  • FAC-02 compilation & other early records
  • “Licht Und Blindheit” single from France
  • Band involvement with record artwork
  • The image for “Unknown Pleasures” artwork
  • The popularity of “Unknown Pleasures” artwork / Disney
  • The fractures within the band members in later years
  • Status of Joy Division master tapes
  • Additional/unheard Joy Division music
  • Ian Curtis’ daughter & personal mementos
  • Ticket stubs from the Sex Pistols Manchester show
  • Memories of the Sex Pistols Free Trade Hall show
  • Buying his 1st bass guitar
  • When the Sex Pistols returned to Manchester
  • Did Peter’s parents ever see him play live?
  • The runout groove of FAC-40 – Joy Division “Still”
  • Interview wrapup

Peter Hook & the Light play Joy Division & New Order "Substance" Albums - Tour Dates

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