Top 5 Joy Division Songs #CunliffeShuffle

By   /   September 12, 2013  /   18 Comments


5: Shadow-Cabinet Play
4: Backbench Isolation
3: Transmission deregulated
2: Curran’s Lost Control
1: Caucus will tear us apart

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  1. pete says:

    1-New Labour Dawn Fades
    2-24 hours of media attention
    3-Lack of atmosphere
    4-Attrocity exhibition
    5 Not – Leaders of men

  2. amirite says:

    Cunliffe deserves the win for his musical taste alone!

    • Hell yeah, Mallard’s lost control! Voting Labour has been an unknown pleasure for too long!

      Time for a new order.

      • pete says:

        well it certainly aint going to be any Closer than last time

        Confusion reigns in the red ranks if they think Cunliffe has any chance of bouncing Key , the man has the streat appeal of roadkill

  3. dwnats says:

    Silly diversion. I love Bruce but not Shane that much.

  4. sdm says:

    Its E Street, not East Street….

  5. mickky says:

    E street…probably just the journalist mishearing things.

  6. […] Jones and Shearer are all more charismatic and articulate than Shearer (and probably have better music taste), Cunliffe has the edge on coherent vision and genuine alternative. Of the three, Cunliffe has been […]

  7. TheContrarian says:

    Joy Division? What crap. When anyone says “Joy Division is my favourite band” you can almost be certain they have only heard three songs.

    Like when someone says they have read Das Kapital or enjoyed Atlas Shrugged.

  8. TheContrarian says:

    Fun fact – this guy is the lead guitarist for the E Street band:

  9. Relic says:

    Always a near impossible question, music being the biggest church in the world.

    People usually reply trying to get cred rather than what they really play.
    If ‘knobber’ Jones likes E Street good on him a genuine quality band now they have nabbed Southside’s best horns, “The National” what a bunch of tossers, “Joy Division” Dave better start wearing black turtle necks, what a depressive pain in the ass band, nice sound scapes tho.

    My more dignified answers would be:
    DC–Bryan Eno “music for airports”
    BR–Dusty Springfield

  10. hope says:

    Joy Division.Now ain!t that a revelation.Lets hope Ian, will be smiling from above come Monday.

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