JOY DIVISION. Stark, depressive, bleak. The perfect soundtrack to a gray landscape, cold and minimalistic, yet emotive. Ian Curtis's vocals are haunting, offering a glimpse into a world in which there is no hope. The music is simple and catchy, yet devastating, like a much, much darker version of Gary Numan's Tubeway Army. Joy Division was only around for about four years, forming in 1976 and breaking apart after their singer hung himself in 1980. Here's "Love Will Tear Us Apart" and "Transmission".