After reading an NME review of the Sex Pistols' first performance, founding members Pete Shelley and Howard Devoto travelled to London together to see the Sex Pistols in February 1976. By the end of the year, The Buzzcocks had recorded and released a four-track EP, ‘Spiral Scratch’ on their own New Hormones label, making them perhaps the first punk group to establish an independent record label.
The Buzzcocks disbanded in 1981, but have reformed several times since 1989 and played to an enthusiastic audience at the St. James in Auckland last year.
‘30’ celebrates thirty years with a stellar collection of their classic hits, recorded live. It’s an essential catalogue edition to any music lover’s collection.
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