A limited edition 40th anniversary version of Unknown Pleasures pressed on 180g ruby red vinyl with an alternative white sleeve resembling the original design idea.
The debut album includes the hit Joy Division songs ‘Disorder’, and ‘New Dawn Fades’. Synonymous with the best of 70’s Post-Punk, the album drew greater amounts of critical acclaim as time went on, with many citing the release as not only one of the best debut’s by any band, but also regarded the album as a standout release in its own right.
AllMusic, described Unknown Pleasures as "All visceral, all emotional, all theatrical, all perfect—one of the best albums ever”, whilst the title received 5 stars from Rolling Stone, Q and Pitchfork. NME also listed the album as the 41st greatest album of all time and claiming it to be ‘simply one of the best records ever made’.
- Disorder (2007 Remaster)
- Day of the Lords (2007 Remaster)
- Candidate (2007 Remaster)
- Insight (2007 Remaster)
- New Dawn Fades (2007 Remaster)
- She's Lost Control (2007 Remaster)
- Shadowplay (2007 Remaster)
- Wilderness (2007 Remaster)
- Interzone (2007 Remaster)
- I Remember Nothing (2007 Remaster)