Sordide Sentimental

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Sordide Sentimental is a French record label, founded in 1978 by Jean-Pierre Turmel and Yves Von Bontee, notable for its releases of early works by Joy Division,[1] Throbbing Gristle, Psychick TV and others.[2]



  1. ^ Verevis, C. (2009). "Disorder:Joy Division". Studies in Documentary Film. 2 (3): 233–246. doi:10.1386/sdf.2.3.233_1.
  2. ^ Sordide sentimental: Lumière & Ténèbres, ISBN 978-2-910196-93-6

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