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Buzzcocks are an English punk rock band formed in Manchester in 1975, led by singer/songwriter/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. They are primarily remembered
for their singles, a string of would-be hits that combined a strong grasp of pop song craftsmanship with rapid-fire punk energy.
These singles were collected on Singles Going Steady, described by critic Ned Raggett as a "punk masterpiece"
The widely covered "Ever Fallen in Love?" remains one of their best-known songs.

The name "Buzzcocks" partially comes from the Manchester slang term cock meaning youngster, and its use in the 1970s
ITV drama serial Rock Follies which included the catch phrases "that's the buzz, cocks" and "give me a buzz, cock!"

Ripped from my own vinyl copy of this old Bootleg. Sound quality varies throughout but overall pretty good for a recording of this age

Title: ( Razor Cuts )
Format: CD - R Audio
Source: 1 - 5 The Lesser Free Trade Hall, Manchester 21.7.78 6 - 8 Leeds Polytechnic 25.8.77
9 - 11 Love Bites Demo Tape, Arrow Studios, Manchester 17.7.78 12 - 13 BBC Radio - Kid Jensen Show Session 16.10.78
14 - 15 United Artists 1st Demo 30 / 31.8.77 16 Pete Shelley Acoustic Session, Piccadilly Radio 25.2.79

1.I don't mind.
2.Ever fallen in love (with someone you shouldn't have) ?
3.Noise annoys.
4.Love you more.
5.I can't control myself.
6.Oh shit !
9.Forever on the run. (Raison d'etre)
10.Real world.
11.Operators manual.
14.Orgasm addict.
15.No reply.
16.Oh Maxine.

Vinyl - MD - CD-R Audio - MP3
MP3 192

No Artwork

File Size 58.00 MB
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