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Fast Cars - Buzzcocks - What Do I Get? (CD, Album)

07.10.2019
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8 thoughts on “ Fast Cars - Buzzcocks - What Do I Get? (CD, Album)

  1. Fast Cars Lyrics: They're nice and precise, each one begins and ends / They may win you admirers, but they'll never earn you friends / Fast cars, fast cars, fast cars / I hate fast cars / They're so.
  2. The excellent "Product" boxset seems to be out of print at the moment, so this represents the easiest way to pick up a lot of early Buzzcocks music cheaply. You get the band's first three albums from their original run, an excellent quality live concert from , and the group's quite good post-reformation album/5(20).
  3. Buzzcocks - Ever Fallen In Love Fast Cars ( Remastered Version) - Duration: 2 minutes, 27 seconds. The Demo Album (Expanded Edition) - Playlist.
  4. Buzzcocks are an English punk rock band formed in Bolton, Greater Manchester, UK in , led by singer-songwriter and guitarist Pete Shelley ( – ) for nearly their entire existence. They are commonly regarded as an important influence on the Manchester music scene, the independent record label movement and the punk rock, power pop, pop punk and indie rock genres in general.
  5. CD Boredom: CD Fast Cars: CD I Don't Mind: CD Love Battery: CD Autonomy: CD Oh Shit: CD Harmony In My Head: CD Jerk: CD Love You More: CD Breakdown: CD Something's Gone Wrong Again: CD Wake Up Call: CD Driving You Insane: CD Keep On: CD Mad Mad Judy: CD Totally From The Heart: CD Lester 4/5(2).
  6. Audio CD, Extra tracks, Original recording reissued, January 1, The Buzzcocks sang "Fast cars, fast cars, fast cars, I hate fast cars!" simply because it's so good. The other single was cut from a similar cloth to the album. The Buzzcocks may not, collectively, have been great musicians, but their spirit and independence /5(10).
  7. 8CD set brings together music recorded during the band’s second act. Cherry Red will issue Sell You Everything , an eight-CD box set featuring albums, singles, rarities and unreleased music from the Buzzcocks in the post-reformation era. The band disbanded in , but re-grouped in and actually continue to write, record and perform to this day, despite the untimely death of.
  8. The Peel Sessions EP, which dates from September ’77, contains only three songs: “Fast Cars,” “(Moving Away From the) Pulsebeat” and the absolutely peerless “What Do I Get.” The long-delayed Lest We Forget is a fine-sounding live compilation tape recorded at — with one Mancunian exception — various US gigs in and

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