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Buzzcocks1991 Demo Album ... LP
Cherry Red (UK), 1991. New Copy ... $26.99
Really great second-chapter work from The Buzzcocks – the demo tapes from 1991 that led to the reactivation of their career – a move that sounds surprisingly wonderful from this perspective in time! The space of a decade seemed huge at the time – almost a rock and roll lifetime, which had some of us doubting the reformation of the group – but the quality of this work is great, and really stands strongly with the key early Buzzocks album – and, if anything, maybe returns them to that short, tight, tuneful quality of their early singles. Titles include "Serious Crime", "When Love Turns Around", "Tranquilizer", "Why Compromise", "Who'll Help Me To Forget", "Alive Tonight", "Dreamin", "Successful Street", and "Never Gonna Give It Up". LP, Vinyl record album

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BuzzcocksDifferent Kind Of Tension ... CD
Liberty/Domino, 1979. New Copy ... $8.99 14.99
The third album from the great Buzzcocks – one of the most fiercely melodic bands of the punk era, and one of the best bands for tuneful, yet barbed songwriting of the late 70s, period! Different Kind Of Tension is a pretty accurate title for this set, the last of the first wave of the group's career, with weird electronic flourishes and artier sounds to be found than the furiously straightforward previous couple of records. It's not as radical of a change of pace as, say, Wire's progress from the first to third albums, but a different kind of tension, as they say. Titles include "Mad Mad Judy", "You Say You Don't Love Me", "Hollow Inside", "I Believe", "Radio Nine", "Paradise", "Sitting Round At Home", and "I Don't Know What To Do With My Life". CD

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✨✧ BuzzcocksPeel Sessions Album ... LP
Strange Fruit (UK), Late 70s. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Compiled from four unpolished Peel Sessions 1977-1979. Tracks include "Everybody's Happy Nowadays", "I Don't Know What To Do With My Life", "What Do I Get", "Fast Cars", "ESP", "Lipstick", and more! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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✨✧ BuzzcocksSingles Going Steady (with download) ... LP
Domino, 1979. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A singles collection, but one that's so strong, so essential, it may well make the album the greatest full length set the Buzzcocks ever issued! All their classics are here – the short, tight, yet tuneful tracks that made these guys such a standout in the early punk years – and which also gave them the sort of wit that few folks could ever match, even all these many years later. Every track is a gem – and titles include "Orgasm Addict", "What Do I Get", "Ever Fallen In Love", "Promises", "Everybody's Happy Nowadays", "Harmony In My Head", "Noise Annoys", "Just Lust", "Lipstick", and "Something's Gone Wrong Again". LP, Vinyl record album
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✨✧ Nouvelle VagueBande A Part ... CD
Luaka Bop, 2006. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A sweet second trip into the world of Nouvelle Vague – a strange place where post-punk tunes mix with bossa rhythms and French pop inspiration! Most of the tracks here are from the darker side of the pop spectrum in the early 80s – tunes that are well-remembered, but which were more underground numbers of the era, mostly recorded by British groups like Yazoo, The Buzzcocks, Bauhaus, and others. Enter Nouvelle Vague, who rework the tracks with lightly skipping rhythms that are far gentler than the originals – stripping out the colder electric modes and fuller production in favor of a bossa-inspired blend of acoustic instrumentation and lightly grooving production – all used as the backdrop for airily-produced vocals from singers who include Melanie Pain, Gerald Toto, Phoebe Tolmer, Marina, and Birdpaula. Titles include "The Killing Moon", "Ever Fallen In Love", "Heart Of Glass", "Shack Up", "Let Me Go", "Fade To Grey", "Bela Lugosi's Dead", "Dancing With Myself", and "Don't Go". CD

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VariousNo Thanks – The 70s Punk Rebellion (4CD box set) ... CD
Rhino, 1970s. Used 4 CDs ... $58.99
Not just key early punk work from both sides of the Atlantic, but important punk precursors too! 100 tracks in all, and a big booklet of notes! Music from the Ramones, the Clash, the Saints, the Damned, the Buzzcocks, Iggy & the Stooges, Wire, New York Dolls, the Fall, Patti Smith, Richard Hell & the Voidoids, the Boys, the Dead Boys, Suicide, Devo, X, the Boomtown Rats, Fear, Gang Of Four & much more. CD
(Out of print and in great shape!)
 
 
 



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