“Love Bites” by Buzzcocks - album review

TJR says

“Love Bites” arrived just six months after the debut and, already, there’s a remarkable difference in the band’s sound, with added pop sensibilities and ever more complex rhythmic structures, diluting the purer punk, but with some very fine results. It’s good to see a band moving on but, as strong as this album is, it seems to me to contain “the next best group of songs” after the glory of “Another Music”. Therein lies the trouble with scorching debuts…

The Jukebox Rebel
08-Feb-2006

A1 [03:29] 7.0.png Buzzcocks - Real World (Peter McNeish) New Wave
A2 [02:40] 8.8.png Buzzcocks - Ever Fallen In Love (Peter McNeish) New Wave
A3 [03:30] 8.0.png Buzzcocks - Operator’s Manual (Peter McNeish) Punk
A4 [02:51] 6.4.png Buzzcocks - Nostalgia (Peter McNeish) New Wave
A5 [02:57] 6.9.png Buzzcocks - Just Lust (Peter McNeish, Richard Boon) Punk
A6 [03:14] 7.1.png Buzzcocks - Sixteen Again (Peter McNeish) New Wave
B1 [01:58] 7.4.png Buzzcocks - Walking Distance (Steve Garvey) Punk
B2 [03:10] 8.1.png Buzzcocks - Love Is Lies (Steve Diggle) New Wave
B3 [04:23] 6.8.png Buzzcocks - Nothing Left (Peter McNeish) Punk
B4 [04:39] 7.0.png Buzzcocks - E.S.P. (Peter McNeish) Punk
B5 [05:51] 8.4.png Buzzcocks - Late For The Train (Peter McNeish, Steve Diggle, John Maher, Steve Garvey) Trance Rock




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