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BUZZCOCKS TO TOUR

scallywag  said about 8 years ago  or at  2:00PM on Monday, July 10 2006 in events

told you they were gonna be the next big thing


Godzilla  said about 8 years ago:

tour details, link please


scallywag  said about 8 years ago:

they still got it

2006

1977


scallywag  said about 8 years ago:

no details or link.

just trust me


SPOD  said about 8 years ago:

Oh shit yeah! I wonder if they're still Orgasm Addicts?


Godzilla  said about 8 years ago:

found it myself -- no aust leg to tour

here it is


scallywag  said about 8 years ago:

september is a long month


VoxFuzz  said about 8 years ago:

I believe you Scally, I really do.


empra  said about 8 years ago:

with a pretty kick arse support i hear


VoxFuzz  said about 8 years ago:

The whole night is gonna be GREAT.


VoxFuzz  said about 8 years ago:

I meant the Sydney one (though I'm sure the whole thing will be fab).


scallywag  said about 8 years ago:

told you so


wipey  said about 8 years ago:

WOOOOOOOO!


scallywag  said about 8 years ago:

fun!


wipey  said about 8 years ago:

RIGHT!


scallywag  said about 8 years ago:

TWO THREE FOUR !!!


digwemust  said about 8 years ago:

www.feelpresents.com has the details... few details at present though!


iamthewalrus  said about 8 years ago:

oz tour announcement soon.


LaxCharisma  said about 8 years ago:

Tony Barber?

"Keep on smiling and bye for now"


ratz  said about 8 years ago:

I met Pete Shelley in a pub in London in May, and he told me then that as far as he knew they'll playing 3 shows at the P.O.W in September!
And that's all I remember because I was a bit excited! (and tipsy)


ratz  said about 8 years ago:

I think he said around the 16th of September.


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Digital  said about 5 years ago:

but the promise of free booze and food at q bar first seems really enticing. Otherwise i'd be there on door opening times.


Digital  said about 5 years ago:

Oh yeah, reckon there'll be door payment available, or do i need to attend my ''nearest moshtix outlet'' today?


eastside  said about 5 years ago:

going to Hobart to see this should be a .... err BUZZ


coolestjerk  said about 5 years ago:

buzzcocks - not bad! Heaps better than I was expecting.
The middle of Love Bites drags a bit, they kept playing the intro to Boredom and not following through, and the bassist and drummer are session cocks.
But damn, not bad.


timmydodgers  said about 5 years ago:

saw them in chch. veils opening = epic and sensational. buzzcocks were way better than i thought they would be - it's strange i couldn't help but think of that british film with bill nighy about washed up brit rockstars reforming... but the way they never stopped between songs and the energy reminded me of jay reatard. much energy, loud as all ** and some classic songs made for a good night out!

veils were the winner on the night though...


Texaco  said about 5 years ago:

Yep. Tinitus went up a couple of notches.

Great set. Played in album sequence too. Short. Sharp.

Coolesjerk, the first album starts & ends with the intro to Boredom. I was quite upset they didn't play it though, as apart from the two albums, they were advertised to play the singles.


coolestjerk  said about 5 years ago:

I wasn't getting my hopes up for any of the awesome Devoto stuff to appear.

I'd pay the price alone just to hear Spiral Scratch with Devoto. Get onto that shit promoters.


ratz  said about 5 years ago:

This was SO much fun last night!

And SOOOOO much better than the last Melbourne gig a few years ago too.


eastside  said about 5 years ago:

apparently there's a review of the buzzcocks / spazzys in this week's sydney street press..... anyone got access?


scallywag  said about 5 years ago:

yep. i'll pick you up a copy on my way home.


hyperfuzz  said about 2 years ago:

My bro is going to see 'em tonight play with three different lineups, including the original Spiral Scratch-era lineup with Howard Devoto. Sounds like a good gig.


Kez  said about 2 years ago:

Where?


Kez  said about 2 years ago:

Garvey?


hyperfuzz  said about 2 years ago:

London, Brixton Acadamy.

Two very special shows featuring Howard Devoto, John Maher, Steve Garvey, and of course the current lineup of Pete Shelley & Steve Diggle, Danny Farrant & Chris Remington!


hyperfuzz  said about 2 years ago:

Er, Academy


hsdfauof  said about 2 years ago:

Seeing the Buzzcocks live is one band on my bucket list.



zombo  said about 2 months ago:

wow, that's pretty much as good as a lot of their early stuff


Ralph Malph  said about 2 months ago:

I pledged on the new album and it arrived here a few weeks back. It is awesome. Steve and Pete share vocals a lot more. Highly recommend.



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