Most people should have this, but just in case here it is, just for you.
Howard Devoto on Vocals, I will post some of his classic Magazine material later on.
My favorite is definitely "Boredom" which typified punk attitude in the late seventies. If you listen to some of the excellent Buzzcock bootlegs, you can here Pete Shelly (after Devoto left) introducing Boredom with "this is a song about being bored, its called boredom 1234 (in a really slow and out of pace style) which always makes me smile. If you haven't heard this then put a a comment and I will post a classic Buzzcocks bootleg.
Although Boredom is excellent, "Times Up" and "Breakdown" are a close second.
See what you think.
A little more etching trivia, the vinyl singles has two etchings one on each side, side a has "Eat The Beat" and side b has "Pulse out". Not sure what they mean but their first excelent album "Another Music In A Different Kitchen" had one track called "Moving Away From The Pulsebeat" - could be a link.
Band: The Buzzcocks
Label: A New Hormones Product
2. Times Up
4. Friends Of Mine
So ripped from a limited edition CD version (my vinyl is just too scratched
If you like this then I recommend you do buy the Buzzcocks first album linked below, even though Devoto is not singing on it: