Most of the relisten if albums I am familiar with are a single listen.
Albums that I am not familiar with may warrant one to three listen if I feel I if it warrants it. I no longer feel guilty of judging an album with a single listen. I feel that at the very least the first listen of the album should at least provoke Ďthatís interestingí reaction for me to relisten to and a second listen should be something earn by the artist (I didnít really get the lost trident session first listen but I relisten and liked it because it has elements that was interesting that prompt me to give another listen). Other albums I have no hesitation just saying I donít like the album and move on if I donít identify anything immediately interesting to grab on to.
Regarding Joy Division. I highly recommend Live at the Factory, July 13, 1979 (bonus disc of Unknown Pleasure deluxe version). It is a mind blowing live album that is equally as good and complementary of the debut album. Joy Divisions studio and live band are pretty different as The producer emphasise the ethereal, atmospheric elements of the song and often removed the sharp edges of the band. The live band is energetic, powerful with punk rock attitude. Essentially that live album is the other side of the coin of Joy Division and you need to hear that album to get the totality of what Joy Division is about and would be in my top 100 albums.
Unfortunately most of the live performance suffers from poor sound quality and sometimes subpar vocals. However live at the factory is the exception and is the one live album to listen to. The rest of the live albums I listed are highly inessential
Live at the factory would be 14/15
The rest of the live albums are predominantly 10/15 although the ĎStillí bonus album would be 11/15