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Joy Division – Atmosphere Album Cover Men’s Tee In White/Multi Print

Featuring supper soft pre-shrunk cotton men's T-shirt construction with Atmosphere cover design on front, short sleeves.

~ Material Content:
* 50% Polyester
* 25% Cotton
* 25% Rayon

~ Care Instruction:
* Machine Wash Cold
* Do Not Bleach
* Tumble Dry Low

~ Measurement:
* Size Small Approx. Measured 36"Bust x 29"Length
* Size Medium Approx. Measured 40"Bust x 30"Length
* Size Large Approx. Measured 44"Bust x 31"Length
* Size X-Large Approx. Measured 50"Bust x 32"Length
* Size XX-Large Approx. Measured 53"Bust x 33"Length

~ This Joy Division officially licensed for Impact Merchandise INC

~ Atmosphere (Joy Division song)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Licht und Blindheit"
Album cover for Joy Division song Atmosphere
Single by Joy Division
A-side "Atmosphere"
B-side "Dead Souls"
Released 18 March 1980
Format 7-inch single
Genre Post-punk
Length 4:09
Label Sordide Sentimental
Writer(s) Bernard Sumner
Peter Hook
Stephen Morris
Ian Curtis
Producer(s) Martin Hannett
Joy Division singles chronology
"Transmission"
(1980) "Licht und Blindheit"
(1980) "Komakino"
(1980)
"Atmosphere"
JoyDivision Atmosphere.jpg
1980 UK release
Single by Joy Division
B-side "She's Lost Control"
Released
August 1980 (US)
September 1980 (UK)
Format
12" 7"
Length 4:05
Label Factory
Writer(s) Bernard Sumner
Peter Hook
Stephen Morris
Ian Curtis
Producer(s) Martin Hannett
Joy Division singles chronology
"Licht und Blindheit"
(1980) "Atmosphere"
(1980)
1988 release

~ Music video:
"Atmosphere" on YouTube
"Atmosphere" is a song by English post-punk band Joy Division. It was originally released in March 1980 by record label Sordide Sentimental as "Licht und Blindheit" (German for "Light and Blindness"), a France-only limited edition single featuring the track "Dead Souls" as the B-side. Following Ian Curtis's death two months later, it was re-released as a 12" single by record label Factory with "She's Lost Control" as the B-side.

The single was re-released in 1988 to coincide with the release of the compilation album Substance, and a music video was produced for the song.

~ Release Date:
The song was originally released on 18 March 1980 by record label Sordide Sentimental as a France-only single under the title "Licht und Blindheit" (German for "Light and Blindness"). It was limited to 1578 copies[citation needed] and featured the track "Dead Souls" as the B-side. John Peel played "Atmosphere" for the first time on his show on 11 March 1980 and "Dead Souls" the following night.[1]

Following the death of lead singer Ian Curtis in May 1980, "Atmosphere" was released as a single along with "She's Lost Control". "Atmosphere" was the A-side for the UK release but the B-side for the USA release. "She's Lost Control" is an alternative version of the one that appears on the band's debut album Unknown Pleasures. The single peaked at number 1 in New Zealand in August 1981, and it would later re-chart there in July 1984 (number 17) and when it was reissued in August 1988 (number 5).[2] "Atmosphere" also hit number 34 in the UK Singles Chart during June 1988,[3] and pick the number 2 spot on the uk indie chart in July 1988.[citation needed]

The single was re-released in 1988 to coincide with the release of the compilation album Substance.

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