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Atrocity Exhibition: 18 Dubious Uses for Joy Division

By: SPIN Staff // January 26, 2012

Disney-loving Joy Division fans were elated and then crushed when the House of Mouse started selling T-shirts inspired by the artwork from the band’s 1979 album Unknown Pleasures, then promptly yanked them once the Internet got really excited about them (okay, really because the company became aware that the band’s frontman, Ian Curtis, committed suicide and the design might not be kid-friendly). So you may not be able to buy a Mickey Mouse tee that reminds you of “She’s Lost Control.” You can still be amazed by these other ways folks have packaged up one of Manchester’s best exports.