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Buzzcocks - The First United Artists Demo album download

Performer:

Buzzcocks

Title:

The First United Artists Demo

Genre:

Rock

MP3 album size:

1170 mb

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Rating:

4.9 ✱

Style:

Punk

Country:

UK

Date of release:

2017

Buzzcocks - The First United Artists Demo album download

Recorded at Indigo Studios, Manchester, August 30 + 31, 1977. Sleeve is a variant of the Dutch What Do I Get 45. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.

In October of 1976, Buzzcocks recorded their first demo tape, which remained unreleased. At the end of 1976, the group joined the Sex Pistols on their Anarchy Tour. After the tour was completed, Shelley borrowed a couple hundred pounds from his father and the band used the money to record their debut EP, Spiral Scratch. The record was the first . independently released record of the punk era. Spiral Scratch appeared on the band's New Hormones record label in January 1977; there were initially only 1,000 copies pressed  . In March, the band released its first album, Another Music in a Different Kitchen. In September of 1978, Buzzcocks released their second full-length record, Love Bites. During 1980, United Artists was bought out by EMI, which cut back support of Buzzcocks. The group began working on its fourth album in early 1981, but was prevented from recording by EMI. The label wanted to release Singles Going Steady in the . before the band delivered its fourth album. Consequently, EMI didn't give the band an advance to cover the recording costs of the fourth album. Shelley decided to break up the band instead of fight the label, and they split in 1981

Singles Going Steady Compilation album by Buzzcocks Released 25 September 1979 Recorded November 1977 – July 1979 Genre Punk rock Length 47:49 Label . It was the first Buzzcocks album to be released in North America and intended as an introduction to the band for the American public, coinciding with a US tour. After healthy sales on import in the UK over the next two years, and following the group's split in early 1981, the album was belatedly released in the band's home country on United Artists Records on 16 November 1981 as a 'greatest hits' album. However, as in the US, the album failed to chart

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The band signed with United Artists in August (on the day Elvis Presley died), turning down offers from CBS and a few others. ABOVE LEFT: Garth Davies (aka Garth Smith), Diggle, Shelley, Maher. The Buzzcocks had a few hit records behind them, but the last two didn't do especially well and the general consensus was that they were yesterday's news. The album they were touring had not fared well and was met with a decidedly mixed reaction. Whereas a scant two years earlier they had been the snotty upstarts, now Joy Division were.

Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. One of the best, most influential punk bands of all time, thanks to their crisp melodies, driving guitars, and guitarist Pete Shelley's biting lyrics. A Different Kind of Ten.

Tracklist

A1 Orgasm Addict
A2 No Reply
B1 What Do I Get
B2 Whatever Happened To?

Credits

  • Producer – Martin Rushent

Notes

Recorded at Indigo Studios, Manchester, August 30 + 31, 1977.
Sleeve is a variant of the German What Do I Get 45.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BUZZ 77 Buzzcocks The First United Artists Demo ‎(7", EP, Unofficial, Bel) Pulsebeat Records BUZZ 77 UK 2017
BUZZ 77 Buzzcocks The First United Artists Demo ‎(7", EP, Unofficial, Dut) Pulsebeat Records BUZZ 77 UK 2017

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