Buzzcocks - Flat-Pack Philosophy mp3 album
Flat-Pack Philosophy is the eighth studio album by English pop punk band Buzzcocks. It was released on 7 March 2006 by record label Cooking Vinyl. Flat-Pack Philosophy was released on 7 March 2006. Following this album, drummer Phillip Barker, who had been with the band for ten years and played on all four of the Buzzcocks studio albums since their 1993 reformation, left, to be replaced by Daniel Farrant. Bass-player Tony Barber left the band in 2008, to be replaced on bass by Chris Remmington.
Flat-Pack Philosophy. Flat-Pack Philosophy (CD, Album).
Flat-Pack Philosophy". I'm cracking up can't take the strain From heaven to hell and back again. And so each night I say a prayer Someone to love someone to care. Hold on Why am I here? What are we living for? All of my hopes, dreams and desires Assembly required That's flat-pack philosophy. So when my thoughts make me depressed I think the best and fuck the rest
Flat-Pack Philosophy Lyrics. So when my thoughts make me depressed I think the best and f k the rest
Flat-Pack Philosophy. Список групп Punk-Rock Buzzcocks Flat-Pack Philosophy. Добавить тексты песен альбома. Владельцы этого альбома2. 1. Flat-Pack Philosophy. 2. Wish I Never Loved You. 3. Sell You Everything. 7. God, What Have I Done.
Flat-Pack Philosophy, the group's seventh full-length, squeezes 14 tunes into just 36 minutes, many of which could give even some Steady moments a run for the filthy lucre. Hyperbole, sure, but it's hard to argue when the breathless chorus of "Wish I Never Loved You" is rattling between your ears long after the song is finished. That track, emblematic of Pete Shelley's undying hard-luck romanticism, is followed by Steve Diggle's shining moment on this album, "Sell You Everything". The album peaks early with the title track (the one about Ikea) and the aforementioned one-two punch. There's still plenty to enjoy on the back end, though.
Artists Buzzcocks FlatPack Philosophy. FlatPack Philosophy Buzzcocks. This album has an average beat per minute of 152 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 104/185 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist FlatPack Philosophy. FlatPack Philosophy. BPM Profile FlatPack Philosophy. Album starts at 185BPM, ends at 105BPM (-80), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Buzzcocks.
|A2||Wish I Never Loved You||2:38|
|A3||Sell You Everything||2:24|
|A5||I Don't Exist||2:20|
|A7||God, What Have I Done||2:16|
|B2||Big Brother Wheels||2:39|
|B4||Sound Of A Gun||2:27|
|B5||Look At You Now||2:16|
|B6||I've Had Enough||2:29|
|B7||Between Heaven & Hell||3:18|
NotesComes on yellow, purple, orange, or grey vinyl.
|COOKCD370||Buzzcocks||Flat-Pack Philosophy (CD, Album)||Cooking Vinyl||COOKCD370||UK||2006|
|damgood262lp||Buzzcocks||Flat-Pack Philosophy (LP, Album, Pur)||Damaged Goods||damgood262lp||UK||2006|
|damgood262lp||Buzzcocks||Flat-Pack Philosophy (LP, Album, Yel)||Damaged Goods||damgood262lp||UK||2006|
|CKV-CD-4772, CKVCD4772||Buzzcocks||Flat-Pack Philosophy (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Cooking Vinyl USA , Cooking Vinyl USA||CKV-CD-4772, CKVCD4772||Russia||2006|
|damgood262lp||Buzzcocks||Flat-Pack Philosophy (LP, Cle)||Damaged Goods||damgood262lp||UK||2006|