Another Music in a Different Kitchen is the first studio album by the English punk rock band Buzzcocks. It was released in March 1978 by the United Artists record label. This was the third line-up of Buzzcocks, with the guitarist Pete Shelley singing following the departure of the original vocalist Howard Devoto and then the firing of the bass guitarist Garth Smith (who had appeared on the "Orgasm Addict"/"Whatever Happened To...?" single). The album includes the single "I Don't Mind", which reached number 55 in the UK Singles Chart in May 1978.Wikipedia
What a beast of a punk album. Full of joyful energy, aggressive attitude, biting intelligence, and succinct social commentary, this is everything you want your punk music to be. One of the best. Nothing to hate, everything to love.
Buzzcocks summed up the mission statement of punk right in the exact middle of this album: "I hate modern music/Disco, boogie, pop/They go on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on/How I wish they would stop." This shit rocks. Best track: Sixteen
I feel like I'm grateful to early punk rock for everything that came after it, but I don't really _like_ it that much.
Boy you just didn’t need much musical ability to make Brit punk. Only the last track was interesting to me. The rest you can literally skip to any point in any track and it sounds the same. Not for me.
A phenomenal punk album. Great riffs, solos, catchy melodies and a great run time.
This band sounds like I would've heard one of their songs in School of Rock as a 3rd grader and then make them my whole personality.
based and cockpilled 10/10, never knew I’d listen to a song like Ogasm Addict from a band named Buzzcocks
I can't believe that for all these years the BBC has been telling me to Never Mind these guys! Fun Brit Punk from the absolute height of the Brit Punk era. Crusty in all the best ways.
This was fun. Pioneers. Loved it.
This is a great punk record which keeps the aesthetic - snarling lyrics, in your face electric guitars over a thumping drum and bass rhythm section - but adds depth with the songwriting and structure. Really accomplished and entertaining.
70s punk is known for being angry and anarchic, but I have always found Buzzcocks to be so full of joy. This is ridiculously uplifting, they sound as though they are having so much fun and that is always infectious. This album is relentless, it doesn't stop for breath all the way through, and it leaves me with a big smile on my face. Good stuff.
“Another Music in a Different Kitchen” by Buzzcocks (1978) Never heard this album or group. There’s a lot wrong with this album. Lead vocals barely carry the cookie cutter melodies, performed (and I use that term loosely) with a tone that repels. Drums fail to maintain tempo, and bass is robotic. Guitar work is on the lower end of the garage spectrum. Lyrics are adolescent, with numerous errors in grammar, syntax, and usage. This is not intelligent music. I can imagine that some young and very inexperienced ears were attracted to the ‘rebelliousness’ of the sound and marketing, so this album might be nostalgic for some, but when those listeners are dead, this ‘music’ will be too. 1/5
The more I listened to this album the more I enjoyed it. It could be the soundtrack to a John Waters film.
Sex pistols ish
TAs South Lawn - James, Jackie, Helen, Andy, and crew all times
I LOVE old British punk, so this was right up my alley.
loud, punk. Quick and fun.
needs more listening - angry first album
Interessante sound! Herkenbare punk, maar enkele originele insteken in sommige nummers. Ik vond dit een erg aangename verrassing!
Never heard of this album before. Really interesting and good listen
The thing I love about Buzzcocks is that they actually kind of gave a shit about what they were making punk songs about. Their sarcastic tone comes across loud and clear, and their songs are much more musically complex than their contemporaries while being just as fast and aggressive. Going into this album, it was already one of my all time favorite punk albums, so it's a five in my book. I also love that the tracks lead into each other, which is a really weird thing for a punk band to do as that was more of a high production/progressive rock kind of thing to do. Buzzcocks were way ahead of the curve. Orgasm Addict has always been kind of an underrated classic. Highlights: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15.
I liked this much more than I remembered. I didn't like it much the first time I heard it and I always thought Love Bites and Singles Going Steady were much better. I still do, but I revisited this album and it turns out it's actually great too.
I love 'cocks. I am very glad to see this album on the list, it generally seems to go a bit under the radar comparative to the other early punk classics. It's probably my second favourite album of the first 1977/1978 wave (since you are asking, the first is always going to be The Clash by The mortherfucking Clash).
If you like punk, you must hear the Buzzcocks. More accomplished musicians than most of their punk peers, the Buzzcocks are pure energy.
Awesome raw British punk album. Will never get tired of their sound.
Of all the original punk bands, Buzzcocks wrote the absolute best singles, that's just a fact. Apart from the Damned's New Rose. So, none of those singles are included here because it's those days when you did that. There's still some great thrusting bangers here, but initially I was itching for the hits. Then side b kicks in and you know why they let the album stand on its own, fantastic. Will be giving it repeat listens.
Exactement mon genre, j'ai écouté deux fois de suite.
It's Buzzcocks. What else can you ask for?!
Good enough for John Peel good enough for me
Oh, yeah, this hits the spot. I saw the Buzzcocks at Selina's in early 1990. I though they were soooooo old (Pete Shelley was 34 at the time), but they really tore it up. They blasted out a blistering set of melodic punk with an energy level that 19 year old me found hard to keep up with. If I am going to listen to the Buzzcocks, I usually listen to the compilation Singles Going Steady, because the Buzzcocks had a great way with singles, so I am not familiar with this, their first full album (except Fast Cars and I Don't Mind). But, wow, all killer, no filler on this album. I love the energy, and there are some cracking tunes. This goes on my \"must buy\" list. The reissue version that I listened to had Orgasm Addict and What Do I Get as bonus tracks, which really pushed this in 5 star territory for me.
What a pleasure to hear this album again. When I want to hear the Buzzies I usually just throw on Singles Going Steady. I guess I always thought of them as being a singles band. But this, their debut album, proves that theory wrong. I listened to the original vinyl eleven tracks and 36 minutes of joy. Fast Cars is a brilliant, breakneck opening track. No Reply ( the title of a Fab4 classic)opens with a repeating ring-tone that Blondie would copy later in 1978 on Hanging On The Telephone. Pete Shelley almost yodels his way through Get On Our Own. Sixteen ends Side One with the conclusion that only older folk could possibly enjoy disco - No disco / No being twenty wo wo wo one. Every track on Side 2 is great, particularly Fiction Romance & Autonomy. Even the almost 6-minute long closer, Moving Away From The Pulsebeat, is terrific. Essentially an instrumental (only 2 sung verses), it gives the band a chance to go for it, and the guitarists & drummer John Maher don’t disappoint. I did eventually see the band at The Marquee Club in Sydney in early 1990. They were terrific. My clear memory of that night is that the support act, Falling Joys, were so much louder than Buzzcocks. I don’t think volume was necessary. They were a pop band. But they were a great pop band.
I like my classic punk rock but this one seems kind of tame decades later. Still respectable.
Above average early punk for me. More melodic. Song structure. Understandable lyrics. I get it.
Never really was a punk in the 70s. More of a David Essex fan! Nevertheless was surprised how much I enjoyed the nostalgia. Reminded me of Sixth Form parties when I really started defying authority. I think I missed two whole lectures! Always loved I Am An Antichrist by the Sex Pistols from their Never Mind The Bollocks album. Mainly because Paddy Lewis liked it in my A level History class and I fancied him!
Catchy and energetic punk music. Most of these poppy songs still hold up, save for maybe Fiction Romance and Moving Away from the Pulsebeat. Favourite tracks: I Don't Mind, What Do I Get? and Oh Shit. 3.5/5
Great band. Catchy melodies. Pete Shelley was a hell of a singer.
бля, шо у этого сайта за привычка «подготовительные» альбомы совать перед классикой? Впрочем в этом случае я не расстроен, исходя из пластинки Love Bites я и так считал базкоксов одной из самых интересных панк-групп, а рассматриваемый альбом уверенность не только не пошатнул, но и своеобразно укрепил. Если на последующей работе будет куда больше конкретно попсовой мелодичности и более-менее ортодоксальных инструменталов, то здесь во многих песнях группа пускается в интересные, пусть и не всегда работающие эксперименты. В какой-то момент в голову даже пришло сравнение с Devo, только в менее нердовскую и синтвейвовую сторону. А так ведь много схожего: дёрганные ритмы, быстрые пассажи, отрывистые вокальные фразы, небанальные мелодичные ходы, тексты про какую-то хуйню-малафью. Угар, в общем. Угар это хорошо. Это лучше, чем ёбаная скука. Но всё же до верхних оценок не дотягивает — в основном потому, что после нескольких прослушиваний банально башка начинает болеть от скорости и нервозности песен. Я на самом деле прошёл полный спектр эмоций за пяток прослушиваний, от неподдельного интереса и подпевания до просто невероятного раздражения. Так что ну 7 где-то, наверное, на позитив всё же больше ориентируюсь.
Surprisingly creative early punk album. Fun!
Great fun, the buzzcocks are kind of forgotten in the US, but I love’em
First Time Listening: 10/11 songs liked Punk usually isn't in my knowledge of music, this was a great album through and through EXCEPT that lost song....lol that ending was "okay..." Nothing noteworthy to hear as stand-alones. No songs saved
Great punk album.
Simple but effective riffs, songs are a bit samey but the high energy and occasionally spicy drums make up for it
Energetic. Not a fan of the vocals but they don't detract from the music that much.
Yessss love Buzzcocks. OG punk. First track starts with an instrumental that was used as the riff for Boredom. Don't recognise the other tracks but it's sick, love it. 4/5
As somebody who listens to a lot of punk with a pop edge, I know how important Buzzcocks are to a lot of my favorite bands. Great album. Favorite tracks: "Fiction Romance", "Sixteen", "Fast Cars"
like on a high speed car chase
классная альтернатива позитивная
This album has some super catchy songs and great punk vibes. Exactly the type of sound I love from punk music, and obviously influential.
Killer album! Great all the way through. Crazy great and clean for 60s punk - riffs, solos, bass lines, drums, all of it! Maybe a bit light lyrically but it's a punk album? And a nice contrast to much of the heavier and/or anarchist punk at the time. Also clean vocally. I'd listen pretty much any time. Only other exception is the lack of standout killer tracks.
An undeniable energy ran through this album. Songs started to blend together in my brain towards the end. They sounded pretty good, though.
So much energy and inventiveness
This was fun and exciting!
The Buzzcocks aren't my favourite punk band, but this album is still great. I Don't Mind is my favourite track.
Für Punk erstaunlich originell
What people think the Sex Pistols sound like, but actual Punk music. 3.5/5
Rating: 7/10 Best songs: I need
Loved this. Like a better, smarter version of the Sex Pistols. 4 stars.
Its got most of the classics on there
It's the Buzzcocks, impossible to not like. One of the early pop punk bands who did it right. A series of short awesome and catchy tracks with enjoyable vocals and solos. It's a lot of fun, with some neat post-punk and neo-psychedelia tricks. I actually really like the addition of those last 4 singles, even though the placement is kinda weird after the dramatic finish of "Moving Away from the Pulsebeat." The intro track was great, the next few were kinda forgettable, but it grabbed my attention with "Sixteen" to the end. Overall pretty fantastic album and great introduction to the Buzzcocks, although I much pretty their famous compilation "Singles Going Steady."
I still think Singles Going Steady is the best Buzzcocks album, even if it is a compilation, but this album is awesome.
Pink AF and fun
Shelley and Devoto met while studying humanities at Bolton institute and formed buzzcocks here. why the fuck bolton doesn't go bigger on claiming probably the most influential band for northern music is beyond me. maybe that's now my life's purpose. somehow convince the locals that they need to revel in their history. problem is i just know to engage wiv da yoof i'll have to put a fucking donk on it and get a rap verse in to it somewhere.
Great punk rock, especially after seeing GoF
I love high-energy early alt/late punk type stuff and this falls exactly that vibe
Great album - surprisingly mature songs too.
Really cool sound brought back memories.
Great punk rock classic. It's got great energy, great noise, and a lot of attitude to go with it. Punk rock hit a real stride in 1978, and this is the embodiment of that. Worth checking out the deluxe edition that has the excellent tune "What Do I Get?".
Pretty Solid Brit punk. Normally not the biggest fan of that Genre. But these guys do it pretty fucking well to be honest.
This was great
Solid punk but prefer Pink Flag (probs no Pink Flag without Buzzcocks but whatever)
I liked the second half much more.
Better than some of the other old punk.
Best track = I Don't Mind
im so surprised. this album is amazing. never heard of this band. pretty much every song is great. will be listening to again and again.
Classic post punk power pop from the mancs
Buzzcocks are unfairly known as a "singles band" but this album is a showcase for the bands talent and influences. It succeeds as an album from production to musicality to songwriting.
that punk rock spirit and crappy sound we all love
Classic punk rock but with a bit more sheen and production to it which I love.
Great! Easy listening, solid guitars and a great tempo end to end
This is the debut studio album from Buzzcocks. I've heard the band name before, but never listened to any of their music. This summer I listened to an episode of The Ongoing History of New Music Podcast where Alan Cross, the host, was talking about the beginnings of punk rock. In the UK, Buzzcocks were very important in the increase in popularity or this genre. They were right up there with The Sex Pistols and The Clash. Pete Shelley, unlike those other two bands I just mentioned, wrote more polished material, and the music played by the band felt more thought out. It was still hard and fast, but it at least had a direction. This album covered topics that adolescents considered important, such as sex, romance, and hating things (lol). There is one song where Shelley, I believe, is referring to his cock as a "love battery".... "I got this crazy current that slips through my underwear, and when it really connects, I come and go everywhere". Overall, a great album, and an interesting look at the beginnings of punk in the UK. Favourite songs: Love Battery, You Tear Me Up, Get On Our Own, I Don't Mind, Fast Cars, No Reply Least favourite songs: Sixteen, Moving Away From The Pulsebeat (a 7 minute punk song is just wrong) 4/5
Fun punk pop !
Good poppy punk... don’t rave about it like some though!
It’s fine. “Sixteen” is a jam tho.
Fun, but not my style
Ihan menevää peruspunkrockia. Voisi toimia livenä hyvin jollain hämyisellä klubilla, mutta levyltä jättää snadisti kylmäksi. Soundeista tulee kovasti mieleen Supergrass tuoreemmista bändeistä. Peruskolmonen.
Ok. Don't live it.
Otro disco de Punk pero sin las historias alocadas de los Sex Pistols o la influencia posterior que tuvieron otros. En general lo sentí como un montón de canciones olvidables y tal vez solo un poco entretenidas.
No pareciera que fuera de los 70's, se escucha muy fresco y potente. No baja de intensidad y te mantiene a tope como todo buen punk Punk punk de la vieja escuela
Not bad. I’d listen again.
Production: 7/20 Songwriting: 12/20 Innovation: 7/20 Bangers: 15/20 Emotional response: 9/20 = 50
a ton of songs that are only 2ish minutes long which i really like because rly complements the fast-paced, energetic punk rock genre so you just get spurts of different songs to rock out to, but they all kinda mesh together
Another reminder that punk was around for a long time.
Their sound and energy comes rip Roaring out of the gate with their debut / I think their songwriting skills were still in development - to be on display on later albums
Recuerdo haber tenido un par de canciones de los Buzzcocks en días perdidos de Napster. Siempre me gustaron sus canciones se sentían con bastante energía y mejor realizadas que mucho punk. Honestamente, aunque me gustó esperaba más del disco; sobre todo la primera mitad medio desinfla. No sé por qué... es el tipo de punk que me normalmente me gusta más. Quizá en este caso en disco completo llegan a sonar demasiado iguales a ratos y se pierde un poco, quizá es mejor banda de sencillos que de álbumes. La segunda mitad del disco es mucho mejor y toso se empieza a mezclar más. Me gustó en especial Autonomy y me encantó Moving Away from the Pulse Beat, que aparte de ser una canción de punk de 7 minutos tiene quizá de los mejores y más originales trabajos de batería y guitarra del género. Entiendo que este sea el debut, pero incluso sin conocer a fondo la discografía se que les he escuchado mejor material. Al menos sí es disfrutable. Una anécdota simpática… ¿Se acuerdan de Sister Ray? Esa canción de Velvet Undergound que hablaba de una historia de drag queens teniendo una orgía fallida mientras la banda toca un improvisado de diecisiete minutos en torno a tres acordes. Los Buzzcocks se formaron porque a los integrantes les mamaba esa canción.
Never listened to this band all that much, but I feel kind of weird about the fact I really preferred some of the extra tracks on the extended version I listened to than the main tracks that make up the original sequencing. And, I mean, that nevvvvver happens. Usually those songs don’t make the cut for a reason, right? But “Orgasm Addict,” “What Do I Get?” and “Oh Shit,” are all pretty awesome. Favorite track overall though is “Sixteen.” Hands down. Otherwise, this is really a record that made me further realize that like 98% of all classic punk is really just sped up distorted pop songs.
not my bag
Some interesting moments. 5/10
Classic punk rock! Really a joy to listen to... Once every three months.
This is probably my least favorite punk record so far on the list. in that I like it but I don't immediately love it. The soundscape overall is very tinny and scratchy.
Menevää punk-rokkia 1978. Kuriositeettina mainittakoon, että levyn avaavassa Fast Cars -biisissä lausutaan useampaan otteeseen "Fast Cars!" mielestäni hyvin samaan tapaan kuin Agent Orangen Bloodstains -biisissä (1980), mutta ainakaan googlen ensimmäiset hakutulokset eivät paljastaneet tieteellistä yhteyttä näiden kahden välille.
Yllättävänkin raikasta punkkirokkia 70-luvun lopulla tehdyksi. Harkitsin jopa nelosta, mutta ei nyt sentäs niin paljoa vavisuttanut.
Production: 7/20 Songwriting: 12/20 Innovation: 7/20 Bangers: 15/20 Emotional response: 9/20 = 50
Makes me want to listen to the Strokes
Fun record with some great tunes - gets better from Get on our own. Autonomy is a cracker and pulse beat is brilliant
Great wee album, Yiu can still hear the influences today.
Primitive punk. Three decently good tracks save this one
Another piece of evidence that this is a very British-centric list. The Buzzcocks bring their energy and fast-paced playing into an album that highlights punk and its British movement. Despite not having any major tracks to take away, it is easy to see how they impacted the genres and others to follow.
Местами вроде бы бодрое оригинальное звучание, но в целом - дженерик панк какой-то.
John Lydon of The Sex Pistols showed that you don't have to be able to sing to be a lead vocalist, and The Buzzcocks took that information and ran with it.
Fetzt haut mich aber auch nicht um
Razigran punk album sa nekim dobro poznatim stvarima. Dobar album gdje po meni bolje prevladava prvi dio albuma, na prvo slušanje mi se dojmio album, al na drugo i treće je to manje više nestalo.
Punk rock group that I hadn't heard before as back in 1978 I wasn't much into music yet. Mostly good stuff, but some of the material is a bit "homogeneous". Fiction Romance was my favorite, but Autonomy and Moving Away From the Pulsebeat also good. Last half of the album better than the first! Probably 3.2 out of 5?
No dispute that this album is a staple in the beginnings of the punk scene. It’s fast, raw and juvenile to the bone. While there’s certainly a place for it as one of the most important albums in music history, I’ve got to be in the mood and headspace to really enjoy listening to it.
A classic, but somewhat generic in the current musical climate.
Solid album. Late 70s punk
Good tracks but not particularly memorable
So many songs I kinda liked, until the vocals started.
It's fine pop-punk. 5-6/10
It has been quite hard for me to catalogue and rate so many punk albums being that I'm not very fond of the genre, but this one was not so bad. I mean, it's good and it doesn't get tiring or anything like that at all.
This was okay. I liked a few of the songs. Solid 3 stars
Fun stuff. Good energy, not as sloppy as some punk can sound. I like it.
Decent punk album that actually is fairly calm and "beginner-friendly", not all that raw and aggressive
It's a pretty good punk album all things considered. Unexpectedly, they didn't have full on noise like some other bands on this list from this genre. The sound is pretty basic, but it's a good sound so credit where credit is due. One thing of note is that I liked the additions to the album at the end a bit more than most of the rest of the songs, but all in all it was fine. Favorite track: Fast Cars
Hmm, 3.5. The Buzzcocks have a very good sound but I have to say nothing on this particular album is quite memorable to me.
There were a few moments of melodic punk which I enjoyed but these came later on the album.
Bit too repetitive
Not a bad album and a good sound but not a huge fan, which is strange because on paper it's right up my street.
Quite fun! Lots of bangers, didnt love love though
Schöner Punk, aber ist nicht mein Style.
Standard punk. Love the energy and vibe.
its good, but somehow felt too long (even though its not that long)
Quite good fun, much more enjoyable than Sex Pistols. Some recognisable singles. Elements of good musicianship. Quite good.
It’s fine, but never mind
Lekker snelle rockmuziek! Maar het is nu ook weer net niet de vrolijke melodieuze punk die ik leuk vind. ***
Chelsss hatesss fast kahhsss 3.5/5
This album has an interesting sound and I think I like it...but it wasn't grabbing me until the second time around. Would not mind coming back to this, but not something you can pop on in mixed company.
an end of the 70s punk album. meh.
Same music. Same kitchen. Fun enough.
Upon my initial listen I am not extremely thrilled with this piece. I think that it's very prototypical punk music, and that modern music would have suffered without acts like Buzzcocks. Unfortunately, I don't think I understand it yet, and most of the album just bleeds together for me. After hearing the song Ever Fall In Love from a different album, I think I understand the influence, but I need to listen to more of their work to fully respect what this album and the group means for culture going in to the future. Just an average score for now.
L'eterna banda per descubrir del punk anglés. No tan iconoclastes com els Pistols, ni tan excelsos com The Clash, ells van anar al seu ritme, amb un punk rock accessible i original, molt personal. Malgrat l'aparició d'aquest disc a la llista, cap dels seus àlbums s'apropa a l'escolta "obligatòria", però la majoria d'ells són suficientement bons com per pertànyer a qualsevol col.lecció, i sempre amb alguns temes excel.lents, tot ells recopilats a la, aquesta sí, imprescindible 'Singles Going Steady'
3,5 Num escutei tudo pq deu preguiça
Mais um álbum de tomar cerveja em pé para nós
Melodic punk. Great album
Most of these mediocre punk albums I rate a two but this one was just interesting enough to be average
In and out in 37 minutes. You love to see it
Good melodic punk album
So this is where they started? Nothing I recognise, nothing I especially like or dislike. Can see it for it's relevance. Will never listen to again.
Somewhere back there - I think it was during the phone sample in No Reply - I wondered if the Buzzcocks were going to do something conceptual. They most certainly did not, but pack their love songs with enough melody to stay sticky.
I am not too sure that I was familiar with any of their work aside from their name going into this album. I managed to listen to the album once again while on a walk with the dog. Classic punk sound but I think that I need to go back and give the album a deeper listen. The album was good and I would go back to check out more from their discography.
Hooky and melodic punk, it’s easy to see how this points forward to new wave and why people get excited about it but really it’s no great shakes for me personally. 3.2/3
This is the debut album from English punk rock band Buzzcocks. It is a highly acclaimed album with a great track list. I liked the album and would recommend it to any punk rock fans.
The Buzzcocks are a greatest hits band who never had any hits. (6/10) FT: I Don't Mind, Fiction Romance
Never mind the Buzzcocks! More punk. The random album generator has certainly got an appetite for punk at the moment. It's fine tho, we all need some shouty, shouty, fast and furious now and then. Vale Pete Shelley.
Really enjoyed this one, although it didn't blow me away
High speed punk
Best band name ever
Ralph Nader line FTW
Pretty good punk music but no bangers
I think I wanted to like this more, it's okay, very punky and lyrically are fun, but I found myself zoning out at points and getting a bit bored.
Classic shouty punk :)
first listen it's fun
Catchy but lost its brilliance over the years for me
I liked this album. Never heard of the Buzzcocks before but they have that enjoyable 80s/new wave sound and I will definitely listen to them more in the future. Nothing else to really cover as this album is good, but not anything special.
Fun band and fun album. Will listen to more Buzzcocks for sure
A decent Britpop/rock LP. Don’t know if any of these tracks will stick with me through the end of the week, but they were at least a joy to listen to in the moment
I'm a huge punk fan, and this is fairly good punk. I'm not too into the classic punk bands/sound but The Buzzcocks are pretty good.
Early British punk rock. It was ok. 3.5 stars.
So, as Simon well knows I've never been very good at doing my musical homework. If I was, I might have listened to these guys sometime after becoming (and remaining) a fan of the early albums from The Offspring & to a lesser extent Green Day. As it is, I'm happy to start catching up now, and intrigued with this album that seems to be poised right on the cusp between the "original/classic punk" sound and the emerging punk-pop that these guys evidently helped to pioneer. Good stuff...but two listens was enough for me. 3.5 stars.
Decent early punk music but probably won’t go back
yeah it was okay it didn't make me feel much. sounded alright 6/10
71/100: This was like a slightly less abrasive version of the Sex Pistols, which means I liked this better than the Sex Pistols; however, that's a relatively low bar. This was a pretty good album, but it got repetitive and a bit boring by the end. Probably won't listen again.
Punkrock-pop, højt tempo, energisk, korte sange
Ok what ever
Pure punk, not my style, but I appreciate it.
Este disco tiene una vibra parecida a la de Sex Pistols, pero tres rayitas menos anarquista, y me atrevería a decir que en algunas canciones es como escuchar a los Arctic Monkeys regresando en el tiempo a los 70's. Creo que lo que más me sorprendió es la enorme discografía de este grupo, del que no conocía su existencia hasta que escuché este disco. Supongo que es un grupo muy local. En cuanto a la parte musical, si bien no me desagradó, tampoco me prendió tanto. La canción que más me agradó fue "Moving away from the pulsebeat" por las percusiones, pero si no volviera a escuchar este disco nunca más en la vida no me perdería de mucho.
Kinda cool. Kinda samey. Few hits at the end but too long.
No, not doing this again
Unfortunately this was a bit boring. It is certainly a time from punks origins, but it sounds like a watered-down Sex Pistols and the songs aren't very interesting and the vocals aren't angry enough.
not bad for who they are