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British punk rock band. For the TV panel show, see Never Mind the Buzzcocks. After recording demos for a fourth album the group disbanded in 1981, when Shelley took up a solo career. Diggle and Maher formed Flag of Convenience, who released several singles between 1982 and 1989. Garvey formed Motivation and joined Blue Orchids, moving to New York, shortly afterwards, to continue with the first band. Maher had joined Wah! by the time Buzzcocks broke up. Shelley and Devoto teamed up in 2002 for the first time since 1976, producing the album Buzzkunst, 'Kunst' being the German word for 'Art'.
Buzzcocks lyrics - 137 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Ever Fallen In Love With Someone (You Shouldn't've Fallen In Love With)?", "You Tear Me Up. Are Everything Strange Thing What Do You Know? Why She's A Girl From The Chainstore Airwaves Dream Running Free. album: "Trade Test Transmissions" (1993). album: "Buzzcocks" (2003). album: "Flat-Pack Philosophy" (2006).
A What Do You Know? 3:12 B Running Free 3:12. MARK ELLEN, SMASH HITS JAN 8-21, 1981: Buzzcocks just get better all the time. Shame they don't sell many records. After failing consistently to notch up The Big One, nobody expects them to be commercial anymore. Apart from a computerised chorus, Steve Diggle's 'A' side is pretty typical stuff - slightly sentimental, flattened vocals spread over a backing that can't decide if it's going to be fluid or lumbering and somehow manages to sound like both at once. Pete Shelley's flip, 'What Do You Know, ' is more effervescent sheets of noise punched with.
Buzzcocks discography. What Do You Know" (Pete Shelley) – 3:12. Released: December 1980 Format: 7-inch single Recorded: 1980 by Martin Hannett at Advision and Pluto. Mixed at Genetic Label: United Artists, Liberty, . Writers: Diggle, Shelley Producer: Martin Rushent Buzzcocks.
This article presents the discography of English rock band Buzzcocks, which consists of nine studio albums, five live albums, thirteen compilations, ten extended plays and twenty-four singles. Buzzcocks discography. Somewhere", a song written by Diggle, was recorded for the album but was discarded.