Remembering Ian Curtis


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3 thoughts on “Remembering Ian Curtis

  1. Unknown Pleasures really is a great album. Other than that, I don't have much to say.

    One of the things that strikes me is the young age at which he committed suicide. You have to be pretty troubled to off yourself at 23, despite success and a new born child.

    Then again, New Order is certainly one of my top bands…. Perhaps Ian Curtis's offing of himself wasn't that bad.

  2. For anyone who is interested, try and grab Martin Hannett's personal mixes, they are the unmastered mixes of tracks and include studio white noise and chit chat, but a good insight into the genius that was the lads.

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