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Transmission - Peter Hook And The Light - Unknown Pleasures (Live In Preston & Leeds November 2012) (CDr)

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  1. Jul 27,  · Today, Peter Hook is on tour with his band, The Light, and they have been performing Joy Division and New Order songs in their set. For more Peter Hook updates, news, tour dates and more, check out these links: Official site, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube. All of the legendary gear Peter mentioned, and more, can be found at raforrotetilpuncroterjafortamen.coinfo-Juan.
  2. Nov 24,  · What Hook has been doing for the last year or so is re-creating Unknown Pleasures in its entirety with his band The Light. Tonight, it's Unknown Pleasures and .
  3. Download legal MP3 albums from Peter Hook and The Light at eMusic. Albums starting at $ and songs starting at $
  4. Jan 16,  · This week's release of the seminal band's latest album, "The Lost Sirens," precedes the bassist's second book, "Unknown Pleasures," a memoir of Hook's years with Joy Division.
  5. Nov 08,  · November 8, Authenticity hounds be damned. This was one good show. Peter Hook & The Light: Unknown Pleasures (Live in Leeds), Closer (Live in Manchester), Movement (Live in Dublin), Power, Corruption & Lies (Tour ) Hook has taken the music of his past and given it a new life. New Order: Music Complete.
  6. Peter Hook and The Light played December 9th at the Doug Fir Lounge in Portland, OR performing Joy Division’s album Unknown Pleasures as well as other Joy Division songs. For most Americans, this would be their first time seeing many of these songs performed live due to singer Ian Curtis committing suicide May 18th, on the eve of Joy Division’s first U.S. tour.
  7. Nov 17,  · Looking over our recent feature on New Order and Joy Division's Peter Hook in this week's issue, we realized that so many insights from the .
  8. I really wanted to read Bernard Sumner's Chapter and Verse but I ended up buying Peter Hook's Unknown Pleasures. It's a good book with interesting accounts about Joy Division, many other punk and post punk bands and the Manchester music scene in the late 70s, beginning of the 80s. What a turmoil it must have been!/5().

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