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 +'''Joy Division''' were an [[England|English]] [[rock music|rock]] band that formed in 1976 in [[Salford]], [[Greater Manchester]]. Originally named ''Warsaw'', the band consisted of [[Ian Curtis]] ([[lead vocals|vocals]] and [[rhythm guitar|guitar]]), [[Bernard Sumner]] ([[lead guitar|guitar]] and [[keyboards]]), [[Peter Hook]] ([[bass guitar]] and [[backing vocals|vocals]]), and [[Stephen Morris]] ([[drumkit|drums]] and [[percussion]]), who replaced three previous short-tenured drummers in late 1977.
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 +To avoid confusion with the London punk band [[Warsaw Pakt]], the band renamed themselves from "Warsaw" to Joy Division in early 1978, borrowing the name from the [[German military brothels in World War II|sexual slavery]] wing of a Nazi concentration camp mentioned in the 1955 novel ''[[House of Dolls]]''.
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Joy Division were an English rock band that formed in 1976 in Salford, Greater Manchester. Originally named Warsaw, the band consisted of Ian Curtis (vocals and guitar), Bernard Sumner (guitar and keyboards), Peter Hook (bass guitar and vocals), and Stephen Morris (drums and percussion), who replaced three previous short-tenured drummers in late 1977.

To avoid confusion with the London punk band Warsaw Pakt, the band renamed themselves from "Warsaw" to Joy Division in early 1978, borrowing the name from the sexual slavery wing of a Nazi concentration camp mentioned in the 1955 novel House of Dolls.




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