“Singlesː Going Steady” by Buzzcocks - album review

features in: (B-list) Album Chart of 1979(B-list) Album Chart of the 1970s

TJR says

16 of the best from The Buzzcocks, you can’t possibly go wrong. Those who followed the albums could happily pick this up knowing that they’d get 12 non-album cuts within the compilation. Such was the strength in depth of Manchester’s finest punks…

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A1 [02:00] 8.7.png Buzzcocks - Orgasm Addict (Howard Trafford, Peter McNeish) Punk
A2 [02:52] 9.4.png Buzzcocks - What Do I Get? (Peter McNeish) Punk
A3 [02:18] 8.8.png Buzzcocks - I Don’t Mind (Peter McNeish) Punk
A4 [01:47] 7.0.png Buzzcocks - Love You More (Peter McNeish) Punk
A5 [02:40] 8.8.png Buzzcocks - Ever Fallen In Love (Peter McNeish) New Wave
A6 [02:34] 8.4.png Buzzcocks - Promises (Peter McNeish, Steve Diggle) Punk
A7 [03:09] 9.2.png Buzzcocks - Everybody’s Happy Nowadays (Peter McNeish) Punk
A8 [03:06] 8.0.png Buzzcocks - Harmony In My Head (Steve Diggle) Punk
B1 [02:12] 8.2.png Buzzcocks - Whatever Happened To? (Peter McNeish, Richard Boon) Punk
B2 [01:34] 7.9.png Buzzcocks - Oh Shit! (Peter McNeish) Punk
B3 [03:43] 8.9.png Buzzcocks - Autonomy (Steve Diggle) Punk
B4 [02:49] 8.7.png Buzzcocks - Noise Annoys (Peter McNeish) Punk
B5 [02:57] 6.9.png Buzzcocks - Just Lust (Peter McNeish, Richard Boon) Punk
B6 [02:36] 6.8.png Buzzcocks - Lipstick (Peter McNeish, Steve Diggle) New Wave
B7 [06:32] 10.0.png Buzzcocks - Why Can’t I Touch It? (Peter McNeish, Steve Diggle, John Maher, Steve Garvey) New Wave
B8 [04:29] 9.0.png Buzzcocks - Something’s Gone Wrong Again (Peter McNeish) Trance Rock

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