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  1. Singles Going Steady CD reissue This Buzzcocks’ 'best of' was something of an epitaph, issued commercially in when the band were no more. It features all eight UA single A-sides to date on side one and all eight B-sides on side two. It was a perfect storm of form and substance, and proof that accidents not only do happen in pop culture, but are sometimes for the best. It's a.
  2. Singles Going Steady, a Compilation of songs by Buzzcocks. Released 17 September on I.R.S. (catalog no. SP ; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Punk Rock, Pop Punk. Featured peformers: Pete Shelley (guitar, vocals), Steve Diggle (guitar, backing vocals), John Maher (drums), Martin Rushent (producer), George Peckham (mastering), Malcolm Garrett (sleeve design), Kevin Cummins (photography), Adrian Boot.
  3. Voted (somewhat appropriately) the sixteenth best LP of the seventies by Pitchfork in , Singles Going Steady in a former life was never even a proper album. It was instead a September ‘sampler’ that their US label, Liberty, chose to release domestically on the cusp of their first US Tour/5().
  4. The Buzzcocks had two-three great years in which they produced three good albums and a succession of punk/new wave singles that were full of vitality, catchy hooks and /5().
  5. This is the Buzzcocks album to buy. Collecting singles from the band's first two years, these sixteen roaring, catchy songs spill into each other, resulting in one of the best Punk albums ever. Nearly all the sharp-witted, melodic songs from the late s were perfect singles, with the A- .
  6. Check out Singles Going Steady by Buzzcocks on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on botededoorghijo.parmobontcicarnofacogostealabe.infoinfo().
  7. Buzzcocks’ career defining compilation Singles Going Steady, lovingly restored and re-mastered from its original ¼ tapes for the first time since its.
  8. Jan 06,  · Singles Going Steady, which begins with the band’s first eight singles, came out in in the U.S.; it wasn’t released in Buzzcocks’ native UK until , as the band was on the verge of a /

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