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作       者:Peter Hook

出  版  社:Simon & Schuster UK

出版时间:2013-04-25

字       数:54.2万

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Genuinely funny: indeed, the story will keep you entertained for a very long time' Sunday Times Joy Division changed the face of music. Godfathers of the current alternative scene, they reinvented rock in the post-punk era, creating a new sound - dark, hypnotic, intense - that would influence U2, Morrissey, R.E.M., Radiohead and many others. This is the story of Joy Division told by the band's legendary bassist, Peter Hook. 'Hook has restored a flesh-and-blood rawness to what was becoming a standard tale. Few pop music books manage that'Guardian'An honest, enthusiastic account It's a window like no other into the reality of life in this most aloof of bands' METRO'An immense account of Joy Division's rise Having read Hook's book, you'll feel like you were the fifth member of the band' GQ 'A bittersweet, profanity filled recollection If you like Joy Division, you really have to read it' Q Magazine 'Hook lifts the lid on the real Ian Curtis' NME 'He's frank, incredibly funny, and isn't shy'Artrocker
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Cover

Half-title page

Also by Peter Hook

Title page

Copyright page

Dedication page

Contents

Epigraph page

Introduction

Prologue: January 1978

Part One: ‘Insight’

‘For seventeen days that’s all we had: chicken and chips’

‘You can take the boy out of Salford but you can’t take Salford out of the boy’

‘Barney would always eat on his own or in the bath’

‘Oh, fuck, it’s Steve Harley’

Timeline One: May 1948–April 1976

Part Two: ‘Disorder’

‘Normal band, normal night, few people watching, clap-clap, very good’

‘Is that a bass guitar?’

‘He was just a kid with “Hate” on his coat’

‘He was one of us’

‘I can’t actually think of anything less “us” than a wet-towel fight’

‘The twats were flicking the Vs up’

‘Apart from the odd pint pot in the gob it was a good gig’

‘Even the shit ones were pretty good’

‘I told him exactly where he could stick his vibrators’

Timeline Two: June 1976–December 1977

Part Three: ‘Transmission’

‘It was like The X Factor for punks’

‘We need to get rid of this Nazi artwork’

‘The biggest rain of spit I’ve ever seen in my life’

Timeline Three: January 1978–December 1978

Part Four: ‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’

‘Peter’s fell off his chair again’

‘Fuck. Martin’s got a boot full of stolen car radios’

‘It sounds like a fucking helicopter’

‘He was looking for that spark’

‘Not that I’d change anything’

‘Stop fucking moaning, Hooky’

‘I just went for a piss’

‘You shouldn’t trust a word I say’

‘Bring it on’

‘Turned out to be horse meat’

‘He’s possessed by the devil, that twat’

Unknown Pleasures Track by Track

Timeline Four: January–December 1979

Part Five: ‘Ceremony’

‘A right mother hen’

‘We carried on’

‘He thought we were pricks – and how right he was’

‘His mum got the blood out by washing it in a bath of salt water’

‘We were so excited about going to America’

‘I never said goodbye’

Epilogue

Postscript

Closer Track by Track

Timeline Five: January1980–October 1981

Acknowledgements

Substance Sneak Preview

‘THIS IS NEW YORK’

Index

List of Illustrations

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