Download links and information about Flat-Pack Philosophy by Buzzcocks. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 36:32 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Punk, Alternative|
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|2.||Wish I Never Loved You||2:38|
|3.||Sell You Everything||2:24|
|5.||I Don' T Exist||2:20|
|7.||God, What Have I Done||2:16|
|9.||Big Brother Wheels||2:39|
|11.||Sound of a Gun||2:27|
|12.||Look At You Now||2:16|
|13.||I' Ve Had Enough||2:29|
|14.||Between Heaven and Hell||3:18|
We’re not going to call Buzzcocks Steve Diggle and Pete Shelley the Lennon and McCartney of punk, but the duo does — still — turn out ridiculously catchy, melodious tunes with shiny, crisp harmonies. While it’s been a long time since they put stunningly perfect pop-punk tunes like “What Do I Get?” or “Ever Fallen In Love?” into the musical ether, they’re still capable of pulling that old magic out of a hat. “Wish I Never Loved You” and “Reconciliation” carry the band’s trademark, pop-spiked background vocals, razor sharp guitars and sing-along choruses. They still build songs that surge on staccato guitar and pulsing tom drums (“God What Have I Done”), those famously glossy hooks, and buzzing guitars (“Dreamin’,” “I’ve Had Enough”). Diggle-sung tunes like “Sell You Everything” and “Soul Survivor” sound like a wholly different band — not necessarily a bad thing — with non-Buzzcockian touches like harmonica (the former) and fist-pumping, anthemic verses (the latter). The Buzzcocks still push boundaries after more than three decades of collaboration; that alone is to be celebrated.