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Old 02.04.2013, 05:06 PM   #50
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joy division may have been much more important historically but i can't listen to any of it these days.

on the other hand, new order may have put out infinite amounts of shit music and some of it sounds veritably outdated, but i'll play age of consent any day and it's still a perfect song. also, to some extent, love vigilantes. as for bizarre love triangle, i prefer later-day covers/remixes-- what i mean is that it's a perfect song melodically but the original 80s production fucks it up a lot with ugly keyboards. (blue monday on the other hand stands up a bit better).
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