What Do You Know? - Buzzcocks - Parts 1-3 (Vinyl)

See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. Despite the late Pete Shelley's bleat of a voice, the songs were instantly recognisable and memorable. The voice really didn't matter and indeed in many ways it was part of the appeal. Orgasm Addict 2.

What Do I Get? I Don't Mind 4. Love You More 5. Promises 7. Everybody's Happy Nowadays 8. Harmony In My Head 9. Are Everything Strange Thing Running Free Whatever Happened To? Oh Shit! Autonomy Noise Annoys Just Lust Fiction Romance.

What Do I Get? Whatever Happened To? Time's Up. Are Everything. Strange Thing. What Do You Know? Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Top reviews Most recent Top reviews.

Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. The album is loaded with some very good songs.

I thought these were all very good songs, and as a result if you think as I do, you might be better off just buying the album. As far as any similar artist and album, I was reminded of The Ramones self titled album as I listened to it. You might as well consider listening to other songs as well on this album as their quality isn't far behind the ones I listed. This album brings it all back. Don't need many words to describe this, as I probably agree with everyone who gave it 5 stars.

As for sonic quality of this vs. Re: extra tracks The original number, and sequence, of songs was perfect. The extras just get in the way imho. Except "You Say You Don't Love Me" which is up to the same standard as the rest of the songs on the original album, although I guess it didn't fit in with the original concept.

So yea, buy this record, unless you don't like well-crafted, sophisticated 3 minute mostly songs. The songs that are longer than 3 minutes? They work, too. International Shipping. Amazon's Choice for "buzzcocks". Audio CD. Get it Sunday, Sep Singles Going Steady by Buzzcocks FREE Delivery. Only 8 left in stock. MP3 Download. Listen with Music Unlimited. Temporarily out of stock. What Do I Get?

I Don't Mind 4. Love You More 5. Promises 7. Everybody's Happy Nowadays 8. Harmony In My Head 9. Are Everything Strange Thing Running Free Whatever Happened To? Oh Shit! Autonomy Noise Annoys Just Lust Lipstick Why Can't I Touch It? Something's Gone Wrong Again Airwaves Dream Highly recommended. One of my all time favourite bands and this was always a brilliant compilation, this has been well remastered and if anything sounds better than my original copy which I bought from Virgin Records in Manchester Remember them my youth is flooding back into my memory, happy days indeed.

This product was meant to be in good condition, but it turned up very tatty with a broken case and one particular track on the CD that won't play due to damage. I am keeping the item because the rest plays fine, but I do feel it was not described correctly. Report abuse. Bought this along with Kitchen.

Cover art by Malcolm Garrett. Notes: Studio demos recorded live with a 4-track tape recorder without remix and dubs. Previously released as bootleg by Voto and Smilin' Ears in , Raven in , and by Document in , which includes a 7-inch interview featuring Devoto and Shelley interview originally broadcast on the BBC in , or the promo 7-inch single of "Spiral Scratch".

Sometimes referred to as " The Stockport Tape ". Notes: Singles — Box Set. Each of the CD singles are packaged in individual cardboard sleeves, which accurately reproduce the artwork from the original singles.

Released: February Label: I. Notes: Artwork by Malcolm Garrett. Notes: From demo sessions for Trade Test Transmissions. Notes: Limited to copies. B-side: "Whatever Happened to? B-side: "Oh Shit!

Notes: non-album single; One-sided limited edition promotional inch maxi-single. Notes: non-album single. Released: August Format: 7-inch single Recorded: at Advision.

Notes: non-album double A-sided single. Mastered by George Peckham. Released: 13 October Format: 7-inch single Recorded: at Advision. Mixed at Strawberry Label: Liberty , I. These tracks were remastered and re-released Aug with Singles Going Steady.

Mixed by Martin Rushent.

Leslie Condon – brass on "What Do You Know" Peter King – brass on "What Do You Know" Stan Robinson – brass on "What Do You Know" Notes: non-album double A-sided single. Mixed by Martin Rushent. Inscriptions in the UA vinyl, "ARUN" on A-side. These tracks were remastered and re-released Aug with Singles Going Steady. —.

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  1. Dec 15,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Parts on Discogs. Label: I.R.S. Records - SP • Format: Vinyl 12 Buzzcocks - Parts (, Vinyl /5(29).
  2. Buzzcocks - Parts - dowsoundcullaterni.meabsyluderbochanhillchrisamictrichul.co Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in Amazon Music Unlimited Prime Music CDs & Vinyl Download Store Settings Share. 2 collectible from $34 A1-Are Everything A2-Strange Thing A3-What Do You Know? B1-Why She's A Girl From The Chain Store B2-Airwaves Dream B3-Running Free 3.
  3. I Am the Amazing Buzzcocks EP. The Peel Sessions >>> Parts 1. Are Everything 2. Strange Thing 3. What Do You Know 4. Why She's the Girl from the Chainstore 5. Airwaves Dream 6. Running Free.
  4. Part 1 Are Everything / Why She's a Girl from the Chainstore released Aug (UK) as United Artists BP released Sep (US) as I.R.S. IR Part 2 Strange Thing / Airwaves Dream released Oct (UK) as Liberty-United BP released Nov (US) as I.R.S. IR Part 3 Running Free / What Do You Know?4/5(18).
  5. What Do You Know? B1: Why She's A Girl From The Chain Store: B2: Airwaves Dream: B3: Running Free: * Items below may differ depending on the release. No Vinyl+CDR 18 Listed For Sale: buzzcocks parts one, two.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Monarch Pressing Vinyl release of Parts One, Two, Three on Discogs. Label: I.R.S. Records - SP • Format: Vinyl 12 Buzzcocks - Parts One, Two, Three (, Monarch Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  7. “Parts ” was the punk rock band Buzzcocks' final project before their break-up in , a promotional EP containing their last few singles: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. Eventually, the band.
  8. Part 1 Are Everything / Why She's a Girl from the Chainstore released Aug (UK) as United Artists BP released Sep (US) as I.R.S. IR Part 2 Strange Thing / Airwaves Dream released Oct (UK) as Liberty-United BP released Nov (US) as I.R.S. IR Part 3 Running Free / What Do You Know?
  9. Barcode: Label Code: GO Label Code: Also issued as part of the Product box set. The live songs were reissued on vinyl as Fast Cars.

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