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I guess that title is the lead in for this. 13 Reasons Why… it’s that Netflix show that’s all the rage right now, which revolves around the suicide of a young girl. The premise of the series is that she doesn’t leave a suicide note, but instead records on 7 cassettes the reasons why she killed herself. Those tapes are passed around to a number of individuals . Each side of a tape rehashed something about one individual and how, whatever they did, contributed to her death. It’s a tangled web and the show is pretty graphic. That’s not the only thing we focus here on this episode of Boombox Culture, oh yes, there’s more. There’s Joy Division, which is tightly bound to those cassettes and other music as well.

Is there more? Yes. Former New Order/Joy Division bassist Peter Hook is back on stage performing those JD songs. Upcoming movies, shows and then some. Joining Eddie Machete is Chris “Mr. Awesome” Ratay. His name, not mine. Next time I don’t leave someone to come up with their own nickname.

 

On April 22, Peter Hook will release the digital-only Live at Manchester Cathedral: 18th January 2013 through Play Concert.  During the set, Hook and his backing band performed New Order’s first two LPs, 1981’s Movement and 1983’s Power, Corruption & Lies, in full. Check out the tracklisting below.

Live at Manchester Cathedral: 18th January 2013:

1. In a Lonely Place
?2. Ceremony
?3. Procession
?4. Dreams Never End
?5. Truth
?6. Senses
?7. Chosen Time
?8. ICB
?9. The Him
?10. Doubts Even Here
?11. Everything’s Gone Green
?12. Denial
?13. Mesh
?14. Cries and Whispers
?15. Age of Consent
?16. We All Stand
?17. The Village
?18. 5 8 6??19. Your Silent Face
?20. Ultraviolence
?21. Ecstasy
?22. The Beach
?23. Leave Me Alone
?24. Hurt
?25. Temptation
?26. Blue Monday