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“Time’s Up” is Buzzcocks' 1976 album of demos originally released as a bootleg. Featuring the founding line-up of Howard Devoto (vocals & songwriter), Pete Shelley (guitar & songwriter), Steve Diggle (bass guitar) and John Maher (drums), “Time’s Up” was recorded at Revolution Studios in Stockport, England on the 18th of October 1976. The session preceded the recording of Buzzcocks' groundbreaking debut "Spiral Scratch”, and features demos of the EP's four tracks - an EP now recognized as one of, if not the, most important records of the punk explosion.
“Time’s Up” is Buzzcocks' 1976 album of demos originally released as a bootleg. Featuring the founding line-up of Howard Devoto (vocals & songwriter), Pete Shelley (guitar & songwriter), Steve Diggle (bass guitar) and John Maher (drums), “Time’s Up” was recorded at Revolution Studios in Stockport, England on the 18th of October 1976. The session preceded the recording of Buzzcocks' groundbreaking debut "Spiral Scratch”, and features demos of the EP's four tracks - an EP now recognized as one of, if not the, most important records of the punk explosion.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: DOMINO
Rel. Date: 03/10/2017
UPC: 887830011211

Time's Up [Vinyl]
Artist: Buzzcocks
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $27.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. You Tear Me Up
2. Breakdown
3. Friends of Mine
4. Orgasm Addict
5. Boredom
6. Time's Up
7. Lester Sands
8. Love Battery
9. I Can't Control Myself 1
10. I Love You You Big Dummy 1
11. Don't Mess Around

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“Time’s Up” is Buzzcocks' 1976 album of demos originally released as a bootleg. Featuring the founding line-up of Howard Devoto (vocals & songwriter), Pete Shelley (guitar & songwriter), Steve Diggle (bass guitar) and John Maher (drums), “Time’s Up” was recorded at Revolution Studios in Stockport, England on the 18th of October 1976. The session preceded the recording of Buzzcocks' groundbreaking debut "Spiral Scratch”, and features demos of the EP's four tracks - an EP now recognized as one of, if not the, most important records of the punk explosion.
        
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