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  • Audio CD (27 Oct. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Special Edition, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
  • Label: EMI Records
  • ASIN: B001FW8EFK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 163,297 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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BBC Review

Often dismissed at the time as a uniform, dull and oiky movement, punk rock threw up, sometimes almost literally, an immense variety of bands, from the 60s psychedelica of The Stranglers and the RnB of The Jam, to the icy noir of Siouxsie and the Banshees and the luminous plastic satire of X-Ray Spex. But most inventive of all were Buzzcocks, who began with the cheapo Steve Harley-esque sneer of Howard Devoto but, when he left, turned into the greatest world-weary but somehow innocent punk pop group.

The term "perfect pop" is misused to hell, because it's mostly applied to bands that never went near the charts; but Buzzcocks were pop, in that they consistently had top 20 singles. In Pete Shelley–angelic, sexually ambiguous, eyebrow-raised–they had one of the best songwriters of the time, and in Steve Diggle–loud, mod, a bit barky–they had his perfect foil, and a man also capable of great songwriting.

Another Music in a Different Kitchen was their debut album. Everything about it–from its silver, orange-lettered sleeve to Martin Rushent's aluminium-sheen production–is right. The songs are all brilliant pop tunes in the classic style, but with lyrics whose doomed romanticism would put John Lennon to shame, and the kind of riffs that only a Stooges and T.Rex fan could write. From I Don't Mind's woozy declaration that "reality's a dream" to Sixteen's stentorian "And I hate modern music! Disco! Boogie! Pop!", Another Music... was as melodic as pop has ever been and as honest and real as any plaid-faced grunge act.

Best of all, it wasn't just a set of songs: it was an album. Upgrading and referencing the Spiral Scratch EP's Boredom as bookends to the whole thing, Another Music... mixed Shelley's remakes of Devoto lyrics (Fast Cars being a standout) with new brilliance like I Don't Mind. Diggle added one of Buzzcocks' greatest songs, the motorik genius of Autonomy. And the whole thing finales with punk's greatest end-of-side-two track, the epic Moving Away From the Pulsebeat, which still sounds like nothing else ever recorded. It's my favourite album ever; buy it and find out why.

--David Quantick

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Bit difficult to be objective. Growing up in Manchester in the mid seventies the Buzzcocks were just such an important part of my life and that of my friends I can only give this five stars. The posey, tough bands from London were okay but the Buzzcocks were ours, camp (well Pete Shelly anyway), cuddly, witty, intelligent and friendly and for us epitomised what punk was all about more than any other band out there. Another Music.....is a just a great album and this package has so many great extras it is just wonderful. I like to play the original album as a single entity then to cherry pick from some of the
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This, was without doubt, the best pop punk album ever made. Every song is an instant classic. The added 'extras' are a great inclusion, although the Spiral Scratch ep would have made it 100% perfect.
Great live tracks, and the John Peel sessions and early demos should be lapped up by fans everywhere.
I can't find a single negative thing to say about this album, it is a masterpiece in every way.
God bless ya Pete and Steve
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In fact, one of the all time great albums. Fantastic songs, fantastic sound, no ounce of fat but incredibly listenable.
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Classic album Given great re-issue Treatment - Sounds Better than ever - great extras - but pity spiral scratch e.p isn't on here
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Well what can i say about these legends that already hasnt been said just go out and buy this masterpiece
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August 1978. I'd just seen the Buzzcocks on TOTP performing "Love You More". I got my Mom to cancel my subscription to Shoot (incorporating Goal) and switched to NME. So started a love affair with the music of Pete, Steve, Steve and John which still burns as brightly today.

I used my pocket money and birthday money to buy the back catalogue of singles and purchase this, the only album they had out at the time. My 13 year old ears loved it and my 50 year old ears do too, despite the near forty years that have passed in between.

I always still buy Buzzcocks product, even re-releases so I was looking forward to this limited orange vinyl offering and I wasn't disappointed.

Like many nowadays my life has been Spotified so although I still buy lots of vinyl I tend to stream a lot of music in the car on my travels. Subsequently I tend to only listen to certain tracks rather than whole albums so although my Buzzcocks playlist gets a good bashing, it doesn't include everything.

I stuck this beautifully pressed album onto the turntable and for the first time in quite a number of years I listened to the whole album, track after track in one sitting.

I'd really forgotten how good the album is as a whole. Not just the classics like "Fast Cars" ,"I Don't Mind", "Autonomy" and "FIction Romance" but the break-neck buzzsaw guitars of "Love Battery", "Sixteen" and the almost pop "Get On Our Own" and obviously, the tour-de-force is the wonderful climax of "Moving Away From The Pulsebeat", which never fails to enthrall.

Nostalgia is a wonderful thing
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