Still is a compilation album by English rock band Joy Division, consisting of previously released and unreleased studio material and a live recording of Joy Division's last concert, performed at Birmingham University. It was released on 8 October 1981 by Factory Records, and was intended to both combat the trade in bootlegs and give fans access to recordings that were not widely available at the time.
The album includes the only live performance by the group of the song "Ceremony", which later became a New Order single. For reasons unknown, the recording abruptly begins just before the song's first chorus, as opposed to at the actual beginning of the song; like all surviving Joy Division recordings of "Ceremony", Ian Curtis's vocals are barely audible, though in this instance the final chorus is unusually clear. Another song featured is a cover of the Velvet Underground's "Sister Ray", recorded at the Moonlight Club in London on 2 April 1980.
Originally planned for release in August, Still was eventually released on 8 October 1981. It reached No. 5 in the UK upon its release and peaked at No. 3 in New Zealand in February 1982.
The CD version of the album was released in March 1990.
Joshua Klein of Pitchfork called the album "a ragged, enigmatic coda; an uneven odds-and-ends collection of lost tracks that fills in some gaps in Joy Division's history and legacy".BBC Music called it "a partly frustrating compilation".