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* Someone once posted on the band's reddit of a photo of Ian at his old work place of a party he attended. ''Where he was smiling''. '''''[[BrokenBird Ian Curtis]]''''' ''[[ARareSentence smiling.]]'' His bandmates remember him having a wicked sense of humor.

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* Someone once posted on the band's reddit of a photo of Ian at his old work place of a party he attended. ''Where he was smiling''. '''''[[BrokenBird Ian Curtis]]''''' ''[[ARareSentence smiling.]]'' His bandmates remember him having a wicked sense of humor.humor, despite his dour reputation.


* Someone once posted on the band's reddit of a photo of Ian at his old work place of a party he attended. ''Where he was smiling''. '''''[[BrokenBird Ian Curtis]]''''' ''[[ARareSentence smiling.]]''

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* Someone once posted on the band's reddit of a photo of Ian at his old work place of a party he attended. ''Where he was smiling''. '''''[[BrokenBird Ian Curtis]]''''' ''[[ARareSentence smiling.]]'']]'' His bandmates remember him having a wicked sense of humor.


** Hell, just the fact that a recording exists of gloomy, tormented Ian Curtis singing "Sister Ray" (a seventeen-minute ditty about drag queens, drug dealers and a police shoot-out, replete with lines like "She's busy sucking on my ding-dong") in his deadpan baritone is ''extremely'' funny.

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** Hell, just the fact that a recording exists of [[TrueArtIsAngsty gloomy, tormented tormented]] Ian Curtis singing "Sister Ray" (a seventeen-minute ditty about drag queens, drug dealers and a police shoot-out, replete with lines like "She's busy sucking on my ding-dong") in his deadpan baritone is ''extremely'' funny.


** Hell, just the fact that a recording exists of gloomy, tormented Ian Curtis singing "Sister Ray" (a seventeen-minute ditty about drag queens, drug dealers and a police shoot-out, replete with lines like "She's busy sucking on my ding-dong") in his deadpan baritone is extremely funny.

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** Hell, just the fact that a recording exists of gloomy, tormented Ian Curtis singing "Sister Ray" (a seventeen-minute ditty about drag queens, drug dealers and a police shoot-out, replete with lines like "She's busy sucking on my ding-dong") in his deadpan baritone is extremely ''extremely'' funny.


** Hell, just the fact that a recording exists of gloomy, tormented Ian Curtis singing "Sister Ray" (a seventeen-minute ditty about drag queen drug dealers with lines like "She's busy sucking on my ding-dong") in his deadpan baritone is extremely funny.

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** Hell, just the fact that a recording exists of gloomy, tormented Ian Curtis singing "Sister Ray" (a seventeen-minute ditty about drag queen queens, drug dealers and a police shoot-out, replete with lines like "She's busy sucking on my ding-dong") in his deadpan baritone is extremely funny.

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** Hell, just the fact that a recording exists of gloomy, tormented Ian Curtis singing "Sister Ray" (a seventeen-minute ditty about drag queen drug dealers with lines like "She's busy sucking on my ding-dong") in his deadpan baritone is extremely funny.

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* The band fired early drummer Steve Brotherdale by having him get out of their van to investigate a suspected flat tire, then driving off.

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* Someone once posted on the band's reddit of a photo of Ian at his old work place of a party he attended. ''Where he was smiling''. '''''[[BrokenBird Ian Curtis]]''''' ''[[ARareSentence smiling.]]''

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* After the band's cover of the Music/VelvetUnderground's "Sister Ray" on ''Still'', Ian Curtis jokes that the audience should hear their version of "Louie, Louie".


* Supposedly, how did Joy Division get on Factory Records? Ian sent a note to Tony Wilson with the words "Joy Division, you [[CountryMatters cunt]]".

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* Supposedly, how did Joy Division get on Factory Records? Creator/FactoryRecords? Ian sent a note to Tony Wilson with the words "Joy Division, you [[CountryMatters cunt]]".

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* Supposedly, how did Joy Division get on Factory Records? Ian sent a note to Tony Wilson with the words "Joy Division, you [[CountryMatters cunt]]".


* On tour in Amsterdam in 1979, Ian Curtis met one of his heroes, Creator/WilliamBurroughs, who was reading from his latest book. Curtis tried to convince Burroughs to give him a free copy. According to Peter Hook, Burroughs replied, "Fuck off, kid!"

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* On tour in Amsterdam in 1979, Ian Curtis met one of his heroes, Creator/WilliamBurroughs, Creator/WilliamSBurroughs, who was reading from his latest book. Curtis tried to convince Burroughs to give him a free copy. According to Peter Hook, Burroughs replied, "Fuck off, kid!"

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* On tour in Amsterdam in 1979, Ian Curtis met one of his heroes, Creator/WilliamBurroughs, who was reading from his latest book. Curtis tried to convince Burroughs to give him a free copy. According to Peter Hook, Burroughs replied, "Fuck off, kid!"
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