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Ian Curtis of Joy Division at The Lyceum, London, February 29, 1980, by Chris Mills
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Punk poet John Cooper Clarke goes way back with Arctic Monkeys, and their mutual love comes full circle on the new album ‘AM’.On closing track ‘I Wanna Be Yours’, the band put John’s poem of the same name to music. You might recognise it, as it’s been a staple in GCSE English for years (and rightly so). As Alex Turner has previously explained, it was a huge inspiration for him as a lyricist:Read more at http://www.nme.com/blogs/nme-blogs/john-cooper-clarke-on-alex-turners-lyrics-and-writing-i-wanna-be-yours#CHRgWsXgSYp7cPGG.99