The Best of Steve Diggle and Flag of Convenience – The Secret Public Years 1981–1989

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The Best of Steve Diggle and Flag of Convenience - The Secret Public Years 1981-1989
Greatest hits album by Steve Diggle and Flag of Convenience
Released 2000
Recorded 1981-1989
Genre Rock, new wave, punk rock
Label Anagram Records
Producer Steve Diggle, Gary Hamer
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The Best of Steve Diggle and Flag of Convenience – The Secret Public Years 1981–1989 is a CD compilation of Buzzcocks' Steve Diggle first solo days and his subsequent band, Flag Of Convenience which compiles his post-Buzzcocks songs from 1981 to 1989, during the years Buzzcocks remained disbanded. It was released in 1994 in the UK on Anagram Records.

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  1. Shut Out the Light
  2. 50 Years of Comparative Wealth
  3. Here Comes the Fire Brigade
  4. Life on the Telephone
  5. Picking Up on Audio Sound
  6. Other Mans Sin
  7. Men from the City
  8. Who Is Innocent
  9. Drift Away
  10. Change
  11. Longest Life
  12. The Arrow Has Come
  13. Keep on Pushing
  14. Pictures in My Mind
  15. Last Train to Safety
  16. Exiles
  17. Can't Stop the World
  18. Shot Down with a Gun
  19. Tragedy in Market Street
  20. Tomorrow's Sunset
  21. Life with the Lions.

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