Trade Test Transmissions is the Buzzcocks' fourth album, released in 1993.
The album was the band's first studio album in fourteen years, since 1979's A Different Kind of Tension. The first track is a hidden track in the sense it is unlisted in the artwork. It is 6 seconds long of electronic beeping noises, believed to be the "trade test transmission" sound.
The album was promoted as a "virtual compilation" in reference to the band's slight shift in sound. The Buzzcocks orange square used on the cover was also used for Product.