Release Date/Title/Track Listing Record Label Chart Position Pressing Notes
1991: Palatine: The Single

Factory Records
FACD 304
   - CD Also on 12".
Sampler includes Cath Carrol, James and Marcel King
8/95: Permanent: Joy Division

1)Love will tear us apart 2)Transmission 3)She's lost control 4)Shadowplay 5)Day of the lords 6)Isolation 7)Passover 8)Heart and soul 9)Twenty four hours 10)These days 11)Novelty 12)Dead souls 13)The only mistake 14)Something must break 15)Atmosphere 16)Love will tear us apart (remix)
London Records
   - CD Sleeve design by Peter Saville and Howard Wakefield;
photography by John Holden.
Also released on vinyl and cassette. Remix by Don Gehman
5/95: Love will tear us apart

1)Love will tear us apart (radio version)
2)Love will tear us apart
3)Love will tear us apart (Baker version)
4)These days 5)Atmosphere 6)Transmission (live)
London Records
   - CD Issued in several different versions with some
or al of these tracks.
The radio version mixed by Don Gehman;
track 3 remixed by Arthur Baker
Many of these Joy Division records were issued in the following territories: Sweden: NCB; Australia: Gap/EMI; France: Virgin; New Zealand: Factory + RTC; Spain: Edigsa; Portugal: Vimusica; Poland: Tonpress; Germany: Metronome + Rough Trade; Holland: Factory + CBS; Italy: Base REcords; Canada: Polygram; Japan: Columbia; Greece: Virgin; Brazil: Stilleto.

Sources: Fractured Music archives; An Ideal for Living: An History of Joy Division by Mark Johnson (Proteus 1984); Touching From A Distance: Ian Curtis and Joy Division by Deborah Curtis (Faber and Faber 1995); various websites including Stale Gilje's Joy Division Links page (email: The booklet for the Palatine box set contains a complete list of FAC numbers.