Released: 10th March 2017
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Vinyl format features 3mm spined outer sleeve, heavyweight black vinyl in printed inner sleeve and digital download card.
Buzzcocks’ groundbreaking ‘Time’s Up’, the 1976 demos recorded with founder and singer Howard Devoto and originally released as a bootleg, is reissued here by good old Domino Recordings. Featuring the original line up of Howard Devoto (vocals & songwriter), Pete Shelley (guitar & songwriter), Steve Diggle (bass guitar) and John Maher (drums), ‘Time’s Up’ was recorded at Revolution Studios, Bramhall Lane Stockport on the 18th of October 1976. The session was engineered by Andy MacPherson. In December of the same year, the band recorded the four track ‘Spiral Scratch’ EP with a minimum of fuss in ‘downtime’ at Indigo Studios, with Martin Hannett (then going under the pseudonym of Martin Zero) producing.
Buzzcocks never again sounded so raw. It's a winner all you young punks.