The problem with Still is easily categorized. The beginning of the album starts off on a few bumps as it doesn't quite get its feet set until "The Only Mistake" is played, from there on Still manages to keep topping itself. The tough introduction to the album bogs the album down as a whole, but the rest of the material is usually more hit then miss. From rare outtakes and live recordings Still shows some forgotten material still left. Included in this solid collection of Joy Division material is "Isolation" and "Decades" to name a few. Some tracks do feel boring or uninspired "Sound of Music, "Glass", and "Sister Ray". Still remains to be in close similarity with New Order's early work as a band and only start depart a couple of years from their first album, showing that the band can still captivate without Curtis at the helm. Sadly, with his death their status was cemented as it was only started growing; with the demise of Joy Division comes New Order from its ashes.