What Do I Get ? - Buzzcocks - Many Parts (CD)

17.08.2019
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  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Many Parts on Discogs.5/5(1).
  • The 3rd disc features a 24 minute concert from the Lyceum but it is not the whole concert(I am still looking for it) This release was titled Many Parts (Live at the Lyceum) This also features the fantastic I look alone and also the last 3 singles as well. This is a very handy cd set to have if you like the Buzzcocks/5(11).
  • Label: EMI - CD PRDT 1,EMI - 79 2 • Format: 3x, CD Album Box Set Compilation • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk/5(25).
  • CD3 is a compendium that includes: recordings from a live concert from at The Lyceum, London ( to ), the EP 'Parts 1,2,3' ( to ) and a track from a NME cassette ()/5(26).
  • This CD/DVD was recorded at the Shepherd's Bush Empire in London in The Buzzcocks with Barber and Barker had been recording and touring for more than 10 years at that point. I'd seen them in and , and a few times after that/5(5).
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  • Buzzcocks has received a mixed-to-favourable response from quevendfirsokorhy.weadisnimisdiafidetilisundrecon.infoinfoic opined, "If Buzzcocks doesn't reinvent this band, it does give their approach a bit of an overhaul, and the results make for an album which holds onto their strengths while lending a more mature perspective to their work; hard to imagine Rancid having anything this interesting up their sleeve twenty-seven years down Genre: Pop punk.
  • Phil Barker. Buzzcocks are an English punk rock band formed in Bolton, England in by singer-songwriter-guitarist Pete Shelley and singer-songwriter Howard Devoto. They are regarded as a seminal influence on the Manchester music scene, the independent record label movement, punk rock, power pop, and pop punk.
  • Though they were part of the UK punk scene, Buzzcocks had a knack for catchy hooks and lovelorn lyrics to rival any power pop group -- especially on singles like "What Do I Get," "Ever Fallen in Love," "Promises" and "Everybody's Happy Nowadays."/5().

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