Joy Division ‎– Love Will Tear Us Apart

Label:
Factory ‎– FAC 23-12, Factory ‎– FAC•XXIII•XII
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single
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Tracklist

A Love Will Tear Us Apart 3:25
B1 These Days 3:35
B2 Love Will Tear Us Apart 3:14

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Credits

Notes

A Fractured Music
A Factory Record

Side A: For ∙ ML
Side B: 27∙6∙80

For ML refers to Martha Ladly, Peter Saville's then girlfriend.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: FAC 23T A1
  • Matrix / Runout: FAC 23T B1

Other Versions (5 of 110) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FAC 23 Joy Division Love Will Tear Us Apart(7", Single) Factory FAC 23 UK 1980 Sell This Version
FAC 23-12, FAC•XXIII•XII Joy Division Love Will Tear Us Apart(12", Single, RE) Factory, Factory FAC 23-12, FAC•XXIII•XII Italy Unknown Sell This Version
X 14828, FAC·XXIII·XII, FAC 23/12 Joy Division Love Will Tear Us Apart(12", Single) Factory, Factory, Factory X 14828, FAC·XXIII·XII, FAC 23/12 Australia 1990 Sell This Version
none Joy Division Love Will Tear Us Apart(CDr, Single, Promo) Warner Bros. Records none UK 2007 Sell This Version
FAC 23 Joy Division Love Will Tear Us Apart(7", Single, TP) Factory (US) FAC 23 US 1981 Sell This Version

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postblueink

postblueink

January 30, 2016
edited over 4 years ago
what is the difference between this and this:
http://www.discogs.com/Joy-Division-Love-Will-Tear-Us-Apart/release/1900262

i don`t `know what is "Lyntone pressing" and why that is not so popular press when it was made for a month earlier?
rico10

rico10

January 16, 2010
i have picked up a 12" copy and cannot find it in the discog, can any1 help ??
i must admit, it seems newish and is prob some kind of recent re-issue, but the tracklisting is .... a. 'LWTUA' & 'At A Later Date' (live at the electric circus 2-10-77) b. These Days & 'Interzone' (live at paradiso 11-1-80).
labels are 27-6-80 & FOR-ML
run out grooves are 'FAC23 12B' 'SPECTACLE IS A RITUAL' & 'FAC23 12A' 'A PORKY PRIME CUT'
can any1 enlighten me ??
fivershutch

fivershutch

January 18, 2004

this is, hands down, my favorite song of all time. From the very first time my needle hit this vinyl back in 1985 I was in love with this song and Joy Division's magic from then on. I love Peter Saville's packaging. I prefer the faster b-side mix over Side A's slower "ole blue eyes" sounding vocal mix. Many have tried to cover this song but have come up short from the original. In fact, I think Bis does an excellent cover of this song.