Buzzcocks discography

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Buzzcocks discography
Releases
Studio albums 8
Live albums 5
Compilation albums 13
EPs 10
Singles 24

This article presents the discography of English rock band Buzzcocks, which consists of eight studio albums, five live albums, thirteen compilations, ten extended plays and twenty-four singles.[1][2][3]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album Peak chart positions
UK [2] U.S. [3]
1978 Another Music in a Different Kitchen 15[5]
Love Bites 13[7]
1979 A Different Kind of Tension 42[9] 163
1993 Trade Test Transmissions
1996 All Set
1999 Modern
2003 Buzzcocks
2006 Flat-Pack Philosophy
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that country.

Live albums[edit]

Year Album
1988 Lest We Forget
1989 Live at the Roxy Club April '77
1992 Entertaining Friends
1995 Encore du Pain (Live in Paris)
2008 30

Compilations[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions
UK [2]
1979 Singles Going Steady
1981 Parts 1-3
1987 Total Pop
1989 The Peel Sessions Album
The Fab Four 83[26]
Product
1991 Operator's Manual: Buzzcocks Best
1997 Chronology
I Don't Mind The Buzzcocks
2000 Time's Up
2002 Ever Fallen in Love? Buzzcocks Finest
2003 Inventory
2004 The Complete Singles Anthology
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that country.

Extended plays[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions
UK [2]
1977 Spiral Scratch 31[35]
1978 I Am the Amazing Buzzcocks EP
1981 Parts 1-3
1987 Peel Sessions
The Early Years Live
1989 The Fab Four 83[26]
1991 Alive Tonight
1993 Innocent
1993 Do It
1994 Libertine Angel
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that country.

Singles[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
UK [2]
1977 "Orgasm Addict"
1978 "What Do I Get?" 37[45]
"I Don't Mind" 55[47] Another Music in a Different Kitchen
"Moving Away from the Pulsebeat"
"Love You More" 34[50]
"Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've)" 12[52] Love Bites
"Promises" 20[53]
1979 "Everybody's Happy Nowadays" 29[55]
"Harmony in My Head" 32[57]
1979 "You Say You Don't Love Me" A Different Kind of Tension
1980 "I Believe"
Part 1 61[60]
Part 2
Part 3
1996 "Isolation"
"Autumn Stone"
"Totally from the Heart" All Set
1997 "What Do I Get?"
1999 Promotional Product Modern (album)
2003 "Jerk" Buzzcocks
"Sick City Sometimes"
2006 "Wish I Never Loved You" 146[71] Flat-Pack Philosophy
"Sell You Everything"
2007 "Reconciliation"
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that country.

Music Videos[edit]

  • Big Brother Wheels
  • Ever Fallen in Love (with Someone You Shouldn't 've)?
  • Lipstick
  • Promises
  • Sell You Everything
  • Thunder of Hearts
  • What Do I Get?
  • Why She's a Girl from the Chainstore
  • Wish I Never Loved You

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc "Discography" (TXT). buzzcocks.com. 24 February 2004. Retrieved 20 August 2009. 
  2. ^ a b c d e "Chart Stats - Buzzcocks". chartstats.com. Retrieved 20 August 2009. 
  3. ^ a b "Buzzcocks > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums". Allmusic. Retrieved 20 August 2009. 
  4. ^ Buzzcocks. (10 March 1978). Another Music in a Different Kitchen. United Artists, King, EMI, Wizard.
  5. ^ First seen: 25 March 1978. Highest position: 15. Avg position: 36. No. of weeks: 11
  6. ^ Buzzcocks. (22 September 1978). Love Bites. United Artists, King, Sonopresse.
  7. ^ First seen: 7 October 1978. Highest position: 13. Avg position: 37. No. of weeks: 9
  8. ^ Buzzcocks. (September 1979). A Different Kind of Tension. United Artists, Liberty, EMI Electrola, I.R.S., King.
  9. ^ First seen: 6 October 1979. Highest position: 42. Avg position: 43. No. of weeks: 2
  10. ^ Buzzcocks. (May 1993). Trade Test Transmissions. United Artists, King, EMI, Wizard.
  11. ^ Buzzcocks. (29 April 1996). All Set. I.R.S., Real Cool.
  12. ^ Buzzcocks. (7 September 1999). Modern. Go-Kart.
  13. ^ Buzzcocks. (18 March 2003). Buzzcocks. Merge, Cherry Red.
  14. ^ a b c d Buzzcocks. (7 March 2006). Flat-Pack Philosophy. Cooking Vinyl, True North.
  15. ^ Buzzcocks. (13 June 1988). Lest We Forget. ROIR.
  16. ^ Buzzcocks. (September 1989). Live at the Roxy Club April '77. Absolutely Free.
  17. ^ Buzzcocks. (February 1992). Entertaining Friends. EMI, I.R.S..
  18. ^ Buzzcocks. (September 1995). Encore du Pain. Dojo.
  19. ^ Buzzcocks. (16 July 2001). Live in Paris. Castle Pie.
  20. ^ Buzzcocks. (26 November 2007). 30. Cooking Vinyl.
  21. ^ Buzzcocks. (25 September 1979). Singles Going Steady. Liberty, I.R.S, United Artists, King, EMI.
  22. ^ a b Buzzcocks. (February 1981). Parts 1-3. I.R.S.
  23. ^ Buzzcocks. (April 1987). Total Pop. Weird System. Germany.
  24. ^ Buzzcocks. (1989). The Peel Sessions Album. Strange Fruit.
  25. ^ a b Buzzcocks. (October 1989). The Fab Four. EMI.
  26. ^ a b First seen: 21 October 1989. Highest position: 83. Avg position: 87. No. of weeks: 2
  27. ^ Buzzcocks. (October 1989). Product. EMI, Restless Retro.
  28. ^ Buzzcocks. (9 June 1997). Chronology. EMI.
  29. ^ Buzzcocks. (1 September 1997). I Don't Mind The Buzzcocks. EMI.
  30. ^ Buzzcocks. (6 March 2000). Time's Up. Mute.
  31. ^ Buzzcocks. (April 2002). Ever Fallen in Love? Buzzcocks Finest. EMI Gold.
  32. ^ Buzzcocks. (12 May 2003). Inventory. EMI, Capitol.
  33. ^ Buzzcocks. (28 September 2004). The Complete Singles Anthology. EMI.
  34. ^ Buzzcocks. (29 January 1977). Spiral Scratch. New Hormones.
  35. ^ First seen: 25 August 1979. Highest position: 31. Avg position: 45. No. of weeks: 6
  36. ^ Buzzcocks. (May 1978). I Am the Amazing Buzzcocks. Wizard.
  37. ^ Buzzcocks. (1987). Peel Sessions. Strange Fruit.
  38. ^ Buzzcocks. (1987). The Early Years Live. Receiver.
  39. ^ Buzzcocks. (April 1991). Alive Tonight. Planet Pacific.
  40. ^ Buzzcocks. (May 1993). Innocent. Castle Communications, Caroline.
  41. ^ Buzzcocks. (August 1993). Do It. Castle Communications, BMG.
  42. ^ Buzzcocks. (April 1994). Libertine Angel. Castle Communications, BMG.
  43. ^ Buzzcocks. (8 October 1977). "Orgasm Addict". United Artists.
  44. ^ Buzzcocks. (3 February 1978). "What Do I Get?". United Artists.
  45. ^ First seen: 18 February 1978. Highest position: 37. Avg position: 42. No. of weeks: 3
  46. ^ Buzzcocks. (14 April 1978). "I Don't Mind". United Artists.
  47. ^ First seen: 13 May 1978. Highest position: 55. Avg position: 58. No. of weeks: 2
  48. ^ Buzzcocks. (May 1978). "Moving Away from the Pulsebeat". United Artists.
  49. ^ Buzzcocks. (30 June 1978). "Love You More". Cooking Vinyl, True North.
  50. ^ First seen: 15 July 1978. Highest position: 34. Avg position: 43. No. of weeks: 6
  51. ^ Buzzcocks. (8 September 1978). "Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've)". United Artists.
  52. ^ First seen: 23 September 1978. Highest position: 12. Avg position: 30. No. of weeks: 11
  53. ^ First seen: 25 November 1978. Highest position: 20. Avg position: 36. No. of weeks: 10
  54. ^ Buzzcocks. (2 March 1979). "Everybody's Happy Nowadays". United Artists.
  55. ^ First seen: 10 March 1979. Highest position: 29. Avg position: 38. No. of weeks: 6
  56. ^ Buzzcocks. (13 July 1979). "Harmony in My Head". United Artists.
  57. ^ First seen: 21 July 1979. Highest position: 32. Avg position: 45. No. of weeks: 6
  58. ^ Buzzcocks. (28 September 1979). "You Say You Don't Love Me". United Artists, Liberty.
  59. ^ Buzzcocks. (August 1980). Part 1. United Artists, Liberty.
  60. ^ First seen: 6 September 1980. Highest position: 61. Avg position: 65. No. of weeks: 3
  61. ^ Buzzcocks. (13 October 1980). Part 2. Liberty, I.R.S..
  62. ^ Buzzcocks. (December 1980). Part 3. United Artists, Liberty, I.R.S..
  63. ^ Buzzcocks. (January 1996). "Isolation". One Stop Music.
  64. ^ Buzzcocks. (1996). "Autumn Stone". Acid Jazz.
  65. ^ Buzzcocks. (1996). "Totally from the Heart". I.R.S..
  66. ^ Buzzcocks. (June 1997). "What Do I Get?". EMI.
  67. ^ Buzzcocks. (August 1999). Promotional Product. EMI.
  68. ^ Buzzcocks. (4 April 2003). "Jerk". Damaged Goods.
  69. ^ Buzzcocks. (October 2003). "Sick City Sometimes". Damaged Goods.
  70. ^ Buzzcocks. (20 February 2006). "Wish I Never Loved You". Damaged Goods, Cooking Vinyl.
  71. ^ Chart Log UK
  72. ^ Buzzcocks. (14 August 2006). "Sell You Everything". Damaged Goods, Cooking Vinyl.
  73. ^ Buzzcocks. (4 December 2007). "Reconciliation". Cooking Vinyl.

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