Okay, so there's no shortage of Buzzcocks live albums (I lost track years ago) but it's still strange that this compilation of material from their North American tour of 1979/1980 recorded and curated by Joan McNulty (then Pete Shelly's girlfriend) has fallen out-of-print as it's an early and crucial document of the band's furious live work.
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