Joy Division ‎– Heart And Soul

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London Records ‎– 828 968-2
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4 × CD, Compilation, Remastered
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1-1 Digital 2:52
1-2 Glass 3:56
1-3 Disorder 3:31
1-4 Day Of The Lords 4:50
1-5 Candidate 3:04
1-6 Insight 4:28
1-7 New Dawn Fades 4:47
1-8 She's Lost Control 3:57
1-9 Shadowplay 3:55
1-10 Wilderness 2:38
1-11 Interzone 2:16
1-12 I Remember Nothing 5:56
1-13 Ice Age 2:25
1-14 Exercise One 3:08
1-15 Transmission 3:37
1-16 Novelty 4:01
1-17 The Kill 2:16
1-18 The Only Mistake 4:19
1-19 Something Must Break 2:53
1-20 Autosuggestion 6:10
1-21 From Safety To Where...? 2:27
2-1 She's Lost Control (12") 4:56
2-2 Sound Of Music 3:56
2-3 Atmosphere 4:11
2-4 Dead Souls 4:57
2-5 Komakino 3:54
2-6 Incubation 2:52
2-7 Atrocity Exhibition 6:05
2-8 Isolation 2:53
2-9 Passover 4:46
2-10 Colony 3:55
2-11 Means To An End 4:07
2-12 Heart And Soul 5:51
2-13 Twenty Four Hours 4:26
2-14 The Eternal 6:07
2-15 Decades 6:13
2-16 Love Will Tear Us Apart 3:27
2-17 These Days 3:26
3-1 Warsaw 2:26
3-2 No Love Lost 3:42
3-3 Leaders Of Men 2:34
3-4 Failures 3:44
3-5 The Drawback 1:46
3-6 Interzone 2:11
3-7 Shadowplay 4:10
3-8 Exercise One
Producer – Bob Sargeant
2:28
3-9 Insight 4:05
3-10 Glass 3:28
3-11 Transmission 3:51
3-12 Dead Souls 4:55
3-13 Something Must Break 2:54
3-14 Ice Age 2:36
3-15 Walked In Line 2:47
3-16 These Days 3:27
3-17 Candidate 1:57
3-18 The Only Mistake 3:43
3-19 Chance (Atmosphere) 4:54
3-20 Love Will Tear Us Apart
Producer – Tony Wilson
3:22
3-21 Colony
Producer – Tony Wilson
4:03
3-22 As You Said 2:01
3-23 Ceremony 4:21
3-24 In A Lonely Place (Detail) 2:26
4-1 Dead Souls 4:15
4-2 The Only Mistake 4:05
4-3 Insight 3:46
4-4 Candidate 2:03
4-5 Wilderness 2:27
4-6 She's Lost Control 3:40
4-7 Disorder 3:12
4-8 Interzone 2:04
4-9 Atrocity Exhibition 5:57
4-10 Novelty 4:21
4-11 Autosuggestion 4:05
4-12 I Remember Nothing 5:32
4-13 Colony 3:53
4-14 These Days 3:50
4-15 Incubation 3:38
4-16 The Eternal 6:32
4-17 Heart And Soul 4:43
4-18 Isolation 3:14
4-19 She's Lost Control 5:26

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Released as a twofold Digibook with clear trays.

The backside of the cover incorrectly states that this 81 track compilation consists of 80 tracks.

Original Release Sources:
Disc One:
1-1 & 1-2 : Recorded at Cargo Studios, Rochdale. Released on A Factory Sample (1/1979). Reissued on Substance (7/1988).
1-3 to 1-12 : Recorded at Strawberry Studios, Stockport. Released as Unknown Pleasures (5/1979).
1-13, 1-14 & 1-17 to 1-19 : Recorded at Strawberry Studios, Stockport & Central Sound, Manchester. Released as Still (10/1981) with added post-production.
1-15 & 1-16 : Recorded at Strawberry Studios, Stockport. Released as Transmission 7" vinyl (10/1979). Reissued on Substance (7/1988).
1-20 & 1-21 : Recorded at Strawberry Studios, Stockport. Released on Earcom 2: Contradiction (10/1979). Reissued on Substance (7/1988).

Disc Two:
2-1 : Recorded at Strawberry Studios, Stockport. Released on Atmosphere 12" vinyl (9/1980). Reissued on Substance (7/88).
2-2 : Recorded at Pennine Sound Studios, Oldham. Released on Still (10/1981).
2-3 & 2-4 : Recorded at Cargo Studios, Rochdale. Released on Licht Und Blindheit (3/1980). 2-3 was reissued on Atmosphere 12" vinyl (9/1980) and 2-4 was reissued on Still (10/1981). Both tracks were also reissued on Substance (7/1988).
2-5 & 2-6 : Recorded at Britiannia Row, London. Released on Komakino 7" Flexi (4/1980). Reissued on Substance (7/1988).
2-7 to 2-15 : Recorded at Britiannia Row, London. Released as Closer (7/1980).
2-16 : Recorded at Strawberry Studios, Stockport. Released on Substance (7/1988).
2-17 : Recorded at Pennine Sound Studios, Oldham. Released on Substance (7/1988).

Disc Three:
3-1 to 3-4 : Recorded at Pennine Sound Studios, Oldham. Released on An Ideal For Living 7" vinyl (6/1978). Reissued on An Ideal For Living 12" vinyl (10/1978) and on Substance (7/1988).
3-5 to 3-7 : Recorded at Arrow Studios, Manchester. Previously unreleased RCA demos.
3-8, 3-20 & 3-21 : Recorded live on the John Peel Radio Show. 3-8 was broadcast on 2/1979 and 3-20 & 3-21 were broadcast on 12/1979. Track 3-8 was released on The Peel Sessions (1986) and 3-20 & 3-21 were released on The Peel Sessions (1987).
3-9 to 3-11 & 3-14 : Recorded at Eden Studios, London. Previously unreleased Genetic Records Sessions.
3-12, 3-13 & 3-15 to 3-19 : Recorded at Central Sound, Manchester and Strawberry Studios, Stockport and Pennine Sound Studios, Oldham. Previously unreleased Piccadilly Radio Sessions.
3-22 : Recorded at Britannia Row, London. Released on Komakino 7" Flexi (uncredited track, 4/1980). Reissued on Video 5-8-6 12" vinyl (9/1997).
3-23 & 3-24 : Recorded at Graveyard Studios, Prestwich. Previously unreleased.

Disc Four:
All tracks on this disc were previously unreleased.
4-1 to 4-10 : Recorded live at The Factory, Hulme.
4-11 : Recorded live at Prince of Wales Conference Centre, YMCA, London.
4-12 to 4-14 : Recorded live at Winter Gardens, Bournemouth.
4-15 to 4-19 : Recorded live at Lyceum Ballroom, London.

Liner Notes:
Listen To The Silence (Paul Morley), London 23/10/97
Licht und Blindheit (Jean-Pierre Turmel), November/December '79
"Good evening, we're Joy Division" (Jon Savage), London/Bethesda May & June 1994.

Booklet designed at the apartment and at Area.
Digital Imaging at Idea

℗ 1978, 1979, 1981, 1995, 1997 London Records 90 Ltd. © 1997 London Records 90 Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 42282 89682 7
  • Label Code: LC7654
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 8289682/1 10496021 01 % MADE IN THE UK BY PMDC
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 0452
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L132
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): 8289682/2 20496021 01 & MADE IN THE UK BY PMDC
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L134
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 0400
  • Matrix / Runout (CD3): 8289682/3 30496021 01 % MADE IN THE UK BY PMDC
  • Mastering SID Code (CD3): IFPI L132
  • Mould SID Code (CD3): IFPI 0452
  • Matrix / Runout (CD4): 8289682/4 40496021 01 % MADE IN THE UK BY PMDC
  • Mastering SID Code (CD4): IFPI L132
  • Mould SID Code (CD4): IFPI 0432
  • Price Code: PY914
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
3984 29040-2 Joy Division Heart And Soul(4xCD, Comp, RE, RM, RP, Box) London Records 3984 29040-2 UK & Europe 2001 Sell This Version
R2 78406 Joy Division Heart And Soul(4xCD, Comp, RE, RM + Box) Rhino Records (2) R2 78406 US 2001 Sell This Version
3984 29040-2 Joy Division Heart And Soul(4xCD, Comp, RE, UML) London Records 3984 29040-2 UK & Europe 1999 Sell This Version
5186504565 Joy Division Heart And Soul(4xCD, Comp, RE, RP) Warner Music 5186504565 UK 2008 Sell This Version
3984 29040-2 Joy Division Heart And Soul(4xCD, Comp, RE, RP, Del) London Records 3984 29040-2 UK & Europe 2005 Sell This Version

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xj23

xj23

March 16, 2018
When I first saw this sometime in late 1997 I was on the poor side. My girlfriend at the time said if I bought it we were through. So I waited a few months and kind of kept it hidden. By the time she found it she was probably threatening me with something else. So the girlfriend eventually became a wife and there are no more threats. She finally realised music is most important to me and everything else is second.
It's kind of ridiculous how many Joy Division compilations have been released since then.

My glue tabs probably lasted three months before letting go.
I have no love for anything Paul Morley writes except that letter he wrote me as Otto Flake way back in 1994.
alberto1957

alberto1957

March 5, 2016
i'v a copy made in uk,code 828 968-2,but with silver metal sticker on the edge write in japanese with number of catalogue Polydor POCD9518/21,probably UK importo for sale on Japan....
jake.roren

jake.roren

June 10, 2014
Great collection, but filled with typographical/spelling errors, and the glue doesn't hold.
lazyprophet

lazyprophet

July 6, 2013

Wich is the main difference between the firs edition and the reissue? Please, help me choosing :)
richardmason

richardmason

February 11, 2013
Not half bad. Gets better with each passing year, in fact.
gsheputis

gsheputis

May 2, 2012
edited 4 months ago
The ultimate box set from one of the ultimate bands - sure, for most bands, there was a time & a place for them to exist in the history of rock music, but what sets Joy Division apart from other bands is the fact that if they made this music today, or 1,000 years from now, this music would still be timeless & unique, & it will never stop being that way - very few bands could ever do that ! - Music for all of the universe !
bsimpson1972

bsimpson1972

November 5, 2009
This Box features pretty much every Joy Division track ever officially released plus a real nice booklet. A must have for the collector. If you're new to Joy Division, try "Unknown Pleasures" first....