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Buzzocks

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Reseña de álbum

On-stage, the reunited Buzzcocks have been a consistently superb live act since Pete Shelley and Steve Diggle began making the rounds again in 1989, but the second edition of the band hasn't had quite the same degree of success in the studio. While Trade Test Transmission and All Set certainly had their moments, neither was up the standards of the group's 1977-1980 glory days, and 1999's Modern was by any standards a severe disappointment. So it's encouraging to report that Buzzcocks, the band's fourth studio set since their reunion, is the strongest album this band has created since returning to active duty. If Shelley and Diggle have moved past teenage angst into the divisive confusion and frequent bitterness of adult life in their lyrics (as well they should have), their songwriting has also developed a hard-edged clarity and flinty intelligence that suits they new material well; and longtime fans will doubtless prefer the two Pete Shelley/Howard DeVoto collaborations here over the brave but muddled electronic experiments of their Buzzkunst album. Musically, this is tough, propulsive music which rocks with a direct and spirited pulse that lacks a dash of the jangle of their pioneering pop-punk singles but boasts a muscular gravity which suits the songs very well indeed. And the production by bassist Tony Barber serves the material well, giving the band a sleek but thick sound which suits both the hooky melodies and the chunky roar of the guitars. 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 Green Day or Rancid having anything this interesting up their sleeve 27 years down the line from their first recording.

Reseñas de clientes

Thankfully...it's not all in a name

The band's name may be neutered in the listing, but the 12 tracks laid down by the Buzzcocks on this album proves this is a band that's still got 'em - and they're big and made of brass. This is an album to get stoked on. Crank it up and you're ready to catch some big air in a half pipe, or at least be ready to deal with the day. The tracks are all thick and heavy and drive with high energy. Good stuff.

Never Mind The Buzzcocks

I've been looking for this CD in my local record stores for about two years and i finally gave up and purchased it through itunes.I bought Trade Test Transmissions when it came out but it really doesn't hold up well now. This time out it sounds new and fresh instead of trying to recapture the early days. Much better production and a slightly heavier rock sound. Excellent.

cheers

It's a sad thing when the fans can't recognize the difference between the band name and the album name (for example, Buzzcocks selling their new album 'Buzzocks' on iTunes.) As for the album itself, I am definitely more impressed. Catchy, smart, a little cynical- the sound has grown up and it's good.

Biografía

Fecha de formación: Manchester, England, 1975

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Formed in Manchester, England, in 1975, the Buzzcocks were one of the most influential bands to emerge in the initial wave of punk rock. With their crisp melodies, driving guitars, and guitarist Pete Shelley's biting lyrics, the Buzzcocks were one of the best, most influential punk bands. The Buzzcocks were inspired by the Sex Pistols' energy, yet they didn't copy the Pistols' angry political stance. Instead, they brought that intense, brilliant energy to the three-minute pop song. Shelley's alternately...
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