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Substance is a singles compilation album by English rock band Joy Division. It was released on 11 July 1988 by Factory Records. It is the companion to a similar singles compilation by their subsequent band New Order, also entitled Substance. The cover features the title of the album in green spelled with characters from Wim Crouwel's New Alphabet typeface below Joy Division's name and the years of recording in a smaller white font. The letters used in the title actually spell "Subst1mce", rather than "Substance". Brett Wickens, who worked on this cover whilst a partner at Saville Associates, claims this was for aesthetic reasons.

Track listing

All tracks written by Joy Division.

LP (Factory FACT 250)

Side 1

  1. "Warsaw" – 2:25 released on An Ideal for Living
  2. "Leaders of Men" – 2:35 released on An Ideal for Living
  3. "Digital" – 2:50 released on A Factory Sample
  4. "Autosuggestion" – 6:08 released on Earcom 2: Contradiction
  5. "Transmission" – 3:36 single FAC 13

Side 2

  1. "She's Lost Control" – 4:45 (4:59 on later pressings) B-side to single FACUS 2 "Atmosphere"
  2. "Incubation" – 2:52 instrumental B-side to single FAC 28 "Komakino"
  3. "Dead Souls" – 4:56 B-side to single "Atmosphere" on Licht und Blindheit
  4. "Atmosphere" – 4:10 single FACUS 2
  5. "Love Will Tear Us Apart" – 3:25 single FAC 23
CD (Factory FACD 250) and cassette (Factory FACT 250C)

Same tracks as LP plus the following bonus tracks, entitled Appendix:

  1. "No Love Lost" – 3:43 released on An Ideal for Living
  2. "Failures" – 3:44 released on An Ideal for Living
  3. "Glass" – 3:53 released on A Factory Sample
  4. "From Safety to Where...?" – 2:27 released on Earcom 2: Contradiction
  5. "Novelty" – 4:00 B-side to single FAC 13 "Transmission"
  6. "Komakino" – 3:52 single FAC 28
  7. "These Days" – 3:24 B-side to single FAC 23 "Love Will Tear Us Apart"
2015 remastered edition bonus tracks
  1. <li value=11> "No Love Lost" – 3:43 released on An Ideal for Living
  2. "Failures" – 3:44 released on An Ideal for Living
  3. "Glass" – 3:53 released on A Factory Sample
  4. "From Safety to Where...?" – 2:27 released on Earcom 2: Contradiction
  5. "Novelty" – 4:00 B-side to single FAC 13 "Transmission"
  6. "Komakino" – 3:52 single FAC 28
  7. "As You Said" – 2:00 instrumental B-side to single FAC 28 "Komakino"
  8. "These Days" – 3:24 B-side to single FAC 23 "Love Will Tear Us Apart"
  9. "Love Will Tear Us Apart (Pennine version)" – 3:15 B-side to single FAC 23 "Love Will Tear Us Apart"





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