Review #211: Unknown Pleasures, Joy Division

#211: Unknown Pleasures, Joy Division

Hey, look, it’s the t-shirt album!

Anyway, today in “Things I Don’t Know That Could Fill Several Books,” we have Joy Division’s lead singer, Ian Curtis. Curtis was famous for his deep voice, his emo poetry, and his tendency to dance like he was having an epileptic seizure — of which he had many. Curtis ended up committing…

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