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Peter “Hooky” Hook (born February 13, 1956 in Salford, Greater Manchester, UK) was the bassist for the English post-punk band Joy Division (1977-1980), and New Order (1980-1993 & 1998-2007).

Hook was a co-founder of Joy Division along with Bernard Sumner in 1976. Together, they recruited vocalist Ian Curtis and drummer Stephen Morris to complete the quartet. The band reformed as New Order following Curtis’ suicide in May 1980.

Along the way, Hook has had a number of solo efforts, most… read more

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  • And in that moment I lost all respect for Peter Hook as a musician and a human being.
  • I've got two spare tickets for sale on GetMeIn for the gig on 30th October in Manchester. Too ill to attend but I'd like them to go to another fan:
  • пис оф щит
  • Your joy division covers some of the best
  • Review of Peter Hook & The Light at East Village Arts Club, Liverpool
  • come in rome! I wanna meet you, wanna see you live!
  • A terrific new interview with Hooky.
  • Заебал исполнять песни Джой Дивижн.
  • American Joy Division and New Order fans rejoice! I got my hands on an advanced copy of Peter Hook's Unknown Pleasures and reviewed it for Rock Cellar Magazine. The review and book will surprise you. JD had a lot more in common with Led Zeppelin and Mötley Crüe that you probably thought, and Ian Curtis was no saint.

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