Digital (Joy Division song)
|Song by Joy Division from the album A Factory Sample|
Rochdale, Lancs, 11 October 1978
Ian Curtis 
|Producer||Martin Hannett, Joy Division|
|A Factory Sample track listing|
"Digital" is a song by the band Joy Division, originally released on the 1978 double EP entitled A Factory Sample. It was later featured on the compilation albums Substance, Heart and Soul, and Still.
It was the last song ever performed by Joy Division, as it was the final song of the last gig recorded on 2 May 1980 at Birmingham University, just before the suicide of the band's singer Ian Curtis. The entire concert was released on the Still album in 1981, and is also notable for including one of only three known recordings of Ceremony.
The song was used prominently by the BBC during their coverage of the 2005 Six Nations rugby tournament. Not only was it used in the 2005 Six Nations championships, but it is still used in the BBC's coverage of all international rugby. It is also used for Sky's coverage of the UEFA Champions League, as well as being used in the video game FIFA 06.
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