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Buzzcocks to Reissue A Different Kind of Tension and Singles Going Steady

Buzzcocks are reissuing their 1979 album A Different Kind of Tension and their singles compilation Singles Going Steady as part of the band’s ongoing reissue series. Both albums will be available on CD and vinyl on June 14 on Domino Records.

The British punk legends reissued Spiral Scratch, their debut EP, and their 1976 demo collection Time’s Up in March 2018, and put out 40th anniversary editions of the albums Another Music In A Different Kitchen and Love Bites last January.

Both A Different Kind of Tension and Singles Going Steady have been remastered and will be accompanied by “lavish booklets” containing photos and commentary by cultural critics Jon Savage and Clinton Heylin.

Buzzcocks frontman Pete Shelley died in December at the age of 63. Prior to his death, the band scheduled a June 21 reissue release show at London’s Royal Albert Hall. The event will now serve as a celebration of Shelley’s life and musical legacy.

The tracklistings for the new reissues are as follows:

A Different Kind of Tension
1. Paradise
2. Sitting Round At Home
3. You Say You Don’t Love Me
4. You Know You Can’t Help It
5. Mad Mad Judy
6. Raison D’etre
7. I Don’t Know What To Do With My Life
8. Money
9. Hollow Inside
10. A Different Kind Of Tension
11. I Believe
12. Radio Nine

Singles Going Steady
1. Orgasm Addict
2. What Do I Get?
3. I Don’t Mind
4. Love You More
5. Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve)
6. Promises
7. Everybody’s Happy Nowadays
8. Harmony In My Head
9. What Ever Happened To?
10. Oh Shit!
11. Autonomy
12. Noise Annoys
13. Just Lust
14. Lipstick
15. Why Can’t I Touch It?
16. Something’s Gone Wrong Again