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Joy Division / New Order
Transmissions
The Definitive Story of Joy Division & New Order
This is Transmissions, the definitive story of New Order and Joy Division. Based on new and exclusive interviews with Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert and Peter Hook, this series captures those vivid moments that tell their tale like never before. Listen to the music featured in Transmissions here: https://JoyDivision.lnk.to/Transmissions
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 195 ratings
Terrible
Far to fan pandering need more insight
popingcandy2209 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/05/20
Known Pleasures
Whether you are a devout fan or generally interested in music history this podcast provides further insights into two of the most influential bands in late 20th century popular music. A must listen.
Huggys Friend via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 11/05/20
Know the story off by heart.
I could go on Mastermind with the subject of JD / NO ...but I still listen to everything about them.
Buggyloo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/05/20
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