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This was a much tighter show, with Hook ceding the higher vocal parts to other members of his band. During the show, Hook prowled the stage like a younger man, leaping onto amplifiers and staring down the crowd. After 16 songs, most concerts would be over, but Hook and the Light still had another 15 Joy Division songs for us. We were told that we could, and that was it. So over the past four years, Hook has helmed a group of younger musicians including his son, Jack called Peter Hook and the Light.
As was the case last year, they will open with a short Joy Division set. Jim Sullivan: Music is, of course, made in the moment and is often of the moment. A slice of the zeitgeist, true for both Joy Division and New Order. When you look back on the best moments of each what do you see? And, I suppose, the worst moments of each?
Peter Hook: I look back on Joy Division very fondly indeed. I know that, of course, the band came to a tragic end, but that does not change the fact that Joy Division was a great band to be a part of.
Everybody was just really focused on the music; there were no distractions at all. We were all completely focused on making it the best we could. It was a very pure atmosphere which I will always remember fondly. With New Order, things like drugs, girls and money had become more of a factor and had definitely started to pollute the atmosphere. What you play is pretty emotional stuff.Live in Glasgow is a live DVD released by New Order, in It features 18 tracks, recorded in October at the O2 Academy Glasgow. A second disc is also included which features tracks recorded live from the early days called Rare and Unseen britpop.frostbrewjojolemaverad.infoinfoed: October at the O2 Academy Glasgow.
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