Double 180gm LP - '1990' is opaque yellow '1992' is opaque grey. The 1990 show is the year they reformed after a decade apart featuring the classic line-up of Pete Shelley, Steve Diggle, Steve Garvey and John Maher. The 1992 show saw frontmen Steve Diggle and Pete Shelley combine with a new rhythm section. Re-forming in 1989 after a decade apart, Manchester’s Buzzcocks proved their music had the staying power to remain relevant long after the new wave had broken. Performing at a 1990 and 1992 gig that captures the bands energy demonstrating that these punk pioneers still rock. Highlights include Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Should've’), Fast Cars, Moving Away from the Pulsebeat, Autonomy and What Do I Get?.





Nothing Left


Moving Away From The Pulsebeat


You Say You Don't Love Me




Walking Distance


Why Can't I Touch It


Everybody's Happy Nowadays


Harmony In My Head


Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've)


I Believe



Fast Cars



Who'll Help Me To Forget



Last To Know



Get On Your Own



Why Compromise?



Trash Away



Noise Annoys












What Do I Get



Orgasm Addict





Label: Demon

Catalogue Number: DEMREC444

BUZZCOCKS - LIVE 1990 /1992