BUZZCOCKS: Access All Areas – Live 1990

Led by Pete Shelley, Buzzcocks were early entrants to the punk scene, forming in 1976 after the Sex Pistols played their native Manchester. This show from 1990, the year they re-formed after a decade apart, features the classic line up of Shelley, Steve Diggle (guitar), Steve Garvey (bass) and John Maher (drums) and proves their
music the staying power to remain relevant long after the new wave had broken. Highlights include their biggest hit single, 1978’s ‘Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve)’, alongside first album highlights ‘Fast Cars’ and ‘Moving Away From The Pulsebeat’.

Access All Areas is Demon Music Group’s superb new mid-price range featuring a wide array of the world’s biggest and most influential recording artists delivering full length, hit packed live sets from their prime 70s, 80s & 90s eras. The concerts were originally recorded for broadcast on ITV and released here for the first time, a catalogue housing the most superb live recordings in the artists’ history. The high quality recordings have been remastered and are featured both on a DVD and audio CD in each package, alongside extended notes & interviews.

1. Nothing Left 5:42
2. Autonomy 4:05
3. Moving Away From The Pulsebeat 6:06
4. Noise Annoys 2:28
5. You Say You Don't Love Me 3:05
6. E.S.P. 2:39
7. Walking Distance 2:13
8. Why Can't I Touch It 4:55
9. Everybody's Happy Nowadays 3:21
10. Harmony In My Head 3:17
11. Fast Cars 2:25
12. Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've) 2:58
13. I Believe 6:00

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