Buzzcocks

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Buzzcocks - Modern Modern
Pop New - LP GO 773 Go Cart
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Buzzcocks - I Am The Amazing 12 I Am The Amazing 12
Punk Colored Vinyl ZS 12198 Virgin
Beautiful 1978 UK Green Vinyl 5 Track 12 Inch Maxi Single. Looks Unplayed.... more details
 
Buzzcocks - Love Bites Love Bites
Pop Used - LP UAG 30197 United Artists
1978 UK Embossed Jacket Original With Insert.... more details
 
Buzzcocks - Time's Up Time's Up
Pop Used - LP 7709 Smilin' Ears
1978 "Live" Recording Featuring Howard Devoto.... more details
 
Buzzcocks - A Different Kind Of Tension A Different Kind Of Tension
Punk New - LP SP 009 I.R.S.
Sealed 1980 Original, Saw Cut. “The Final Album Of The Buzzcocks' First Phase Of Existence Is The Most Fragmented Of The Three, With Increasingly Ambitious Songs Fighting For Time With Tracks That Sound Much Like The Group's Earliest Efforts. Said Songs Are Often Quite Good, Like The Opening "Paradise" Or The Great Romantic Angst Of "You Say You Don't Love Me," But One Can Sense The Band Working To Avoid The Trap The Ramones Fell Into By Simply Offering Up Yet More Soundalikes. Diggle Makes A Definite Mark On This Album, As On The Slow Crawl Then Fast Thrash "Sitting Round At Home," A Highlight Of Tension That Also Features His Electronically Distorted Vocals. "Mad Mad Judy" Is A Slightly More Straightforward Blitz, But With Energy To Spare And A Spacious Feel (Credit Again To Producer Rushent). As The Album Closes, The Sense Of Slight Schizophrenia Resolves Itself As The Group Embraces All-Out Experimentation, Producing Some Of The Buzzcocks' All-Time Best Songs. "Hollow Inside" Shows The Band's Knack For Disguising Scalpel-Sharp Sentiments With Seeming Simplicity, And The Title Track's Contradictory Slogans/Demands Disturbing Robot Vocals And Nagging Beat And Melody Up The Ante Even Further. "I Believe" Concludes Things (Aside From The Fake Found-Sound Snippet "Radio Nine") On The Highest Possible Note. Shelley's Slightly Bemused Recitation Of All The Things He Believes In Is Suddenly Interrupted By The Line "There Is No Love In This World Anymore," Turned And Electronically Distorted Into An Obsessive, Anthemic Mantra As The Band Charges Along With Him Up And Out. An Invigorating Blast Of, Indeed, Tension And Angst, It Alone Makes Tension Worth Investigating.” Ned Raggett, AMG.... more details
 
Buzzcocks - Total Pop 1977-80: Rare, Live And Great Total Pop 1977-80: Rare, Live And Great
Punk Used - LP WE021 Weird System
Rare First Pressing Of This 1987 Compilation Combining B-Sides, Live Tracks From The Roxy And Album Tracks.... more details
 
Buzzcocks - Parts 1-3 Parts 1-3
Punk Used - LP SP 9701 Island
1981 Original Canadian Pressing. Collects Their Last Three Singles Onto One EP.... more details
 
Buzzcocks - A Different Kind Of Tension A Different Kind Of Tension
Punk Used - LP UAG30260 Liberty-United
1979 UK First Pressing With Custom Inner Sleeve. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Buzzcocks - Another Music In A Different Kitchen Another Music In A Different Kitchen
Punk Used - LP UAG 30159 United Artists
Beautiful 1978 Original UK Pressing With Custom Die-Cut Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy Unplayed.... more details
 
Buzzcocks - Twelve Reasons Twelve Reasons
Punk Used - LP 12CENT 09 Centrifugal
2LP 45rpm Release Of 1976 Demos With Howard DeVoto On Vocals.... more details
 
Buzzcocks - Singles Going Steady Singles Going Steady
Punk Used - LP SP 75001 I.R.S.
Stunning 1979 Second Issue Compilation. Most Tracks Previously Released Only As Singles. This Set Is Possibly Better Than Any Of Buzzcocks' Proper Albums And Includes Legendary Tracks Such As "Love You More," "Everybody's Happy Nowadays," "Oh Shit!," "Noise Annoys" And "Orgasm Addict." A Must Have!... more details
 
Buzzcocks - Parts 1, 2, 3 Parts 1, 2, 3
Punk Used - LP SP 70507 I.R.S.
1981 Original Collecting Buzzcocks Last Three Singles Into One LP.... more details
 
Buzzcocks - Parts 1, 2, 3 Parts 1, 2, 3
Punk New - LP SP 70507 I.R.S.
Sealed 1981 Original Collecting Buzzcocks' Last Three Singles Into One LP. Small Saw Cut.... more details
 
Buzzcocks - I Am The Amazing 12 Clear Vinyl Maxi Single I Am The Amazing 12 Clear Vinyl Maxi Single
Punk Colored Vinyl ZS 12198 Wizard
Beautiful Clear Vinyl 45rpm 12" Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Tracks Are "What Do I Get," "Fast Cars" And "The Pulsebeat/The End."... more details
 
Buzzcocks - Singles Going Steady Singles Going Steady
Punk Used - LP SP 001 I.R.S.
1979 Original With Clean Cut Out Hole. Includes A Custom Inner Sleeve. Record Appears Unplayed. A Porky Prime Cut. Most Tracks Previously Released Only As Singles. This Set Is Possibly Better Than Any Of Buzzcocks' Proper Albums And Includes Legendary Tracks Such As "Love You More," "Ever Fallen In Love," "Oh Shit!," "Noise Annoys" And "Orgasm Addict." A Must Have!... more details
 
Buzzcocks - A Different Kind Of Tension A Different Kind Of Tension
Punk Used - LP SP 009 I.R.S.
1980 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. “The Final Album Of The Buzzcocks' First Phase Of Existence Is The Most Fragmented Of The Three, With Increasingly Ambitious Songs Fighting For Time With Tracks That Sound Much Like The Group's Earliest Efforts. Said Songs Are Often Quite Good, Like The Opening "Paradise" Or The Great Romantic Angst Of "You Say You Don't Love Me," But One Can Sense The Band Working To Avoid The Trap The Ramones Fell Into By Simply Offering Up Yet More Soundalikes. Diggle Makes A Definite Mark On This Album, As On The Slow Crawl Then Fast Thrash "Sitting Round At Home," A Highlight Of Tension That Also Features His Electronically Distorted Vocals. "Mad Mad Judy" Is A Slightly More Straightforward Blitz, But With Energy To Spare And A Spacious Feel (Credit Again To Producer Rushent). As The Album Closes, The Sense Of Slight Schizophrenia Resolves Itself As The Group Embraces All-Out Experimentation, Producing Some Of The Buzzcocks' All-Time Best Songs. "Hollow Inside" Shows The Band's Knack For Disguising Scalpel-Sharp Sentiments With Seeming Simplicity, And The Title Track's Contradictory Slogans/Demands Disturbing Robot Vocals And Nagging Beat And Melody Up The Ante Even Further. "I Believe" Concludes Things (Aside From The Fake Found-Sound Snippet "Radio Nine") On The Highest Possible Note. Shelley's Slightly Bemused Recitation Of All The Things He Believes In Is Suddenly Interrupted By The Line "There Is No Love In This World Anymore," Turned And Electronically Distorted Into An Obsessive, Anthemic Mantra As The Band Charges Along With Him Up And Out. An Invigorating Blast Of, Indeed, Tension And Angst, It Alone Makes Tension Worth Investigating.” Ned Raggett, AMG.... more details
 
Buzzcocks - A Different Kind Of Tension A Different Kind Of Tension
Punk Used - LP SP 75009 I.R.S.
Beautiful 1980 Second Catalog Number Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Buzzcocks Sticker. Pressed On Virgin Vinyl. “The Final Album Of The Buzzcocks' First Phase Of Existence Is The Most Fragmented Of The Three, With Increasingly Ambitious Songs Fighting For Time With Tracks That Sound Much Like The Group's Earliest Efforts. Said Songs Are Often Quite Good, Like The Opening "Paradise" Or The Great Romantic Angst Of "You Say You Don't Love Me," But One Can Sense The Band Working To Avoid The Trap The Ramones Fell Into By Simply Offering Up Yet More Soundalikes. Diggle Makes A Definite Mark On This Album, As On The Slow Crawl Then Fast Thrash "Sitting Round At Home," A Highlight Of Tension That Also Features His Electronically Distorted Vocals. "Mad Mad Judy" Is A Slightly More Straightforward Blitz, But With Energy To Spare And A Spacious Feel (Credit Again To Producer Rushent). As The Album Closes, The Sense Of Slight Schizophrenia Resolves Itself As The Group Embraces All-Out Experimentation, Producing Some Of The Buzzcocks' All-Time Best Songs. "Hollow Inside" Shows The Band's Knack For Disguising Scalpel-Sharp Sentiments With Seeming Simplicity, And The Title Track's Contradictory Slogans/Demands Disturbing Robot Vocals And Nagging Beat And Melody Up The Ante Even Further. "I Believe" Concludes Things (Aside From The Fake Found-Sound Snippet "Radio Nine") On The Highest Possible Note. Shelley's Slightly Bemused Recitation Of All The Things He Believes In Is Suddenly Interrupted By The Line "There Is No Love In This World Anymore," Turned And Electronically Distorted Into An Obsessive, Anthemic Mantra As The Band Charges Along With Him Up And Out. An Invigorating Blast Of, Indeed, Tension And Angst, It Alone Makes Tension Worth Investigating.” Ned Raggett, AMG.... more details
 

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