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  1. Permanent is a compilation album by English post-punk band Joy Division. It was released in the United Kingdom on 8 May by London Records and in the United States on 15 August by Qwest Records and Warner Bros. Records. The album charted for three weeks and peaked at number 16 on the UK Albums Chart.
    Joy Division – Love Will Tear Us Apart
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Permanent: Joy Division on Discogs. Label: Qwest Records - 9 ,Warner Bros. Records - 9 • Format: CD Compilation, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave.
    Permanent: Joy Division 1995
  3. referencing Permanent: Joy Division , CD, Comp, , Really rubbish CD - Love Will Tear Us Apart (1) sounds like a speeded up poor remix with what sounds like someone grating a dinner fork against a metal bedstead during the intro.
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  4. Love Will Tear Us Apart Lyrics: When routine bites hard and ambitions are low / And resentment rides high, but emotions won't grow / And we're changing our ways, taking different roads / Then love.
    Love Will Tear Us Apart
  5. A chilling tale of love set adrift with an equally cool, precise accompaniment, "Love Will Tear Us Apart" was the last single recorded by Joy Division, mere months before doomed frontman Ian Curtis committed suicide in May
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  6. Their most famous song is certainly “Love Will Tear Us Apart,” with its iconic introduction and Curtis’s rumbling baritone vocals. Popular Joy Division songs Love Will Tear Us Apart.
    Joy Division
  7. Joy Division first recorded "Love Will Tear Us Apart" at Pennine Studios, Oldham, on 8 January , along with the B-side, "These Days". This version was similar to the version the band played live. However, singer Ian Curtis and producer Martin Hannett disliked the results, and the band reconvened at Strawberry Studios, Stockport in March to.
  8. As New Order's star began to shine during the '80s, the group had trouble escaping the long shadow of Curtis and Joy Division. "Love Will Tear Us Apart" charted for the third time in , and also proved a big year for the defunct band: the reissued single "Atmosphere" hit number 34 and a double-album compilation entitled Substance.

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