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Merge 227

Released on March 25, 2003

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Legendary punk heroes PETE SHELLEY & STEVE DIGGLE return with an album hell-bent on re-visiting the sounds of their early classics. More edgy and urgent than their last come-back attempt, Buzzcocks just might put our heroes back on the map. Twelve punked-out, raw tracks that never say die.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Jerk Voted #1  42%
2 Keep On Voted #3  17%
3 Wake Up Call  0%
4 Friends  0%
5 Driving You Insane  0%
6 Morning After  0%
7 Sick City Sometimes Voted #2  42%
8 Stars  0%
9 Cetain Move  0%
10 Lester Sands  0%
11 Up For The Crack  0%
12 Useless  0%
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Jillian from Hollywood, MD 
Jan 9 2006 Rating: 2/5 Stars

its poppy and catchy in the worst ways possible. the guitar all sounds like alkaline trio riffs most the time. every once in a while i chuck it in and try to adjust... but this could just be a lost cause.

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Bill from Chicago, IL 
Dec 26 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow, was I taken aback by this. Sure, I'd heard about how this was in line with their best material, but I didn't expect this. Ever get that chill running up your back when you hear a great song for the first time? Well I got that when I threw this in the player and 'Jerk' started to play. I got it again with 'Keep On.' This is phenominal. I just wish I didn't wait so long to get it.

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Clint from Royersford, PA 
Aug 26 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I was pleasantly surprised by this resurgence of classic "cocks". "Sick City Sometimes" is a bit of a change, but it is very welcomed and well-done. I love this album nearly as much as their initial material - and that was only after one listen.

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Nevin from Atascadero, CA 
Jun 7 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This CD is a good comeback by the Buzzcocks. The vocals have really changed. A must have for any Buzzcocks fan. You know what sucks, though? Good Charlotte. Why are they on this site?

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