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Buzzcocks - Times Up! (CD, Album)

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  • Akigore
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    Mar 14,  · Time’s Up —initially a bootleg in , and officially released in —is an invaluable document. It's the demo Buzzcocks recorded on October /
  • Sajora
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    Buzzcocks are an English punk rock band formed in Bolton, Greater Manchester, UK in , led by singer-songwriter and guitarist Pete Shelley ( – ) for nearly their entire existence. They are commonly regarded as an important influence on the Manchester music scene, the independent record label movement and the punk rock, power pop, pop punk and indie rock genres in general.
  • Tazshura
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    Biography Buzzcocks was founded by Pete Shelley and Howard Devoto in , though Devoto left a year later to form the Post-Punk band conttranchargalahodasarmylawacomp.cocks released three albums before disbanding in They first reformed in , with Shelley and guitarist Steve Diggle remaining permanent fixtures of the band, and have since released more albums.
  • Tezilkree
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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Singles Going Steady - Buzzcocks on AllMusic - - If Never Mind the Bollocks and London Calling are.
  • Goltirisar
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    Listen free to Buzzcocks – Time's Up (Boredom, You Tear Me Up and more). 11 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at conttranchargalahodasarmylawacomp.co
  • Samulkis
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    8CD set brings together music recorded during the band’s second act. Cherry Red will issue Sell You Everything , an eight-CD box set featuring albums, singles, rarities and unreleased music from the Buzzcocks in the post-reformation era. The band disbanded in , but re-grouped in and actually continue to write, record and perform to this day, despite the untimely death of.
  • Kagalkree
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    The greatest Buzzcocks album isn’t a proper LP. It’s a greatest hits album, assembled from the eight U.K. 45s they’d released across the previous two years, presented in sequence with the A.
  • Mazuran
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    If you're looking for a sterling example of how much a band can change by replacing a single member, you might consider Time's Up, a collection of the earliest recordings of the conttranchargalahodasarmylawacomp.coed live to tape in one afternoon in October , five months after they played their first gig, the music documented by these rough demos is almost instantly recognizable as the Buzzcocks, with their.
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