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  1. Zulkizilkree
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Unknown Pleasures on Discogs. Label: Joy (6) - J • Format: Cassette Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Poland • Genre: Rock • 3/5(2). Reply
  2. Vilmaran
    May 18,  · Revisit Joy Division’s game-changing performance of ‘She’s Lost Control’ in Share We’re dipping into the Far Out Magazine vault to bring you a very special performance of ‘She’s Lost Control’ from the dynamic band Joy Division as we commemorate 40 years since the untimely passing of lead singer Ian rrasposchilyrawolf.newslagetfdetosudogtprovimnebugal.infoinfo: Jack Whatley. Reply
  3. Kern
    Feb 09,  · Joy Division Live At Something Else Show In September Source: BBC Four Song: She's Lost Control From The Album: Unknown Pleasures. Reply
  4. Daijora
    Stephen Morris admitted in Joy Division: The Oral History by Jon Savage that his drumming on "She's Lost Control" was inspired by Phil Spector. "The same beat, but played with different sounds," he said. "It's just a classic Phil Spector beat. If you listen to it and . Reply
  5. Gurr
    Oct 29,  · Joy Division; Unknown Pleasures. an album title whose double meaning imparts almost while sinewy anthem "Disorder" and the discordant anti-funk of "She's Lost Control Author: Joshua Klein. Reply
  6. Fele
    "She's Lost Control" is a song by British post-punk band Joy Division. It first was introduced in a concert in June Two separate recordings have been released: a guitar-dominated version appearing on the band's debut album Unknown Pleasures, and a heavier and more electronic version first released in on a 12" single, coupled with "Atmosphere". Reply
  7. Maumi
    Label: Bajo Bongo - Bb • Format: Cassette Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Poland • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave, Post-Punk Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures (Cassette) | Discogs Explore. Reply
  8. Tumuro
    The punchy and anxious “Shadowplay,” the echo-heavy “She’s Lost Control,” and the rifftastic “Interzone” are perfect, if not sinister, storms of punk and dance. Other tunes, like pop-brooder “New Dawn Fades” and the tribal-dirge of an album closer, “I Remember Nothing,” set the stage for the coming darkness that was goth rock. Reply

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