8 thoughts on “ Lester Sands (Drop In The Ocean) - Buzzcocks - Times Up! (CD, Album) ”

  1. Keeping up with what's gone down Lester Sands is really in touch With what is whose in town. Lester Sands bores the ass off me Lester Sands is a big head case I am getting so sick of the sight Of Lester Sands face. He thinks, he'll be someone someday (No way) He thinks, he'll get somewhere someway (No way) Lester Sands is a drop in the ocean.
  2. It contains some great songs which were subsequently dropped from the Buzzcocks playlists when Devoto left the band, such as Boredom, Time's Up and of course Lester Sands (a drop in the ocean), a small sliver of immortality for Lester Sands and in fact the only thing I know about this person; that Howard Devoto once loathed him enough to write.
  3. Additional information ; Released: 22 September Recorded: 26 July – 6 August at Olympic Studios, Barnes, London (Mixed 11 August – 16 August at Advision.) Label: United Artists, King, Sonopresse Format: LP Producer: Martin Rushent Track listing "Real World" (Pete Shelley) - "Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've)" (Shelley) -
  4. Lester Sands (Drop in the Ocean) (Demo) Lyrics: Lester Sands has been working very hard / Keeping up with what's gone down / Lester Sands is really in touch / With what is who's in town / Lester.
  5. This is a snapshot of a great band in the process of finding their feet, and for fans of early U.K. punk, Time's Up is invaluable. [Time's Up originally surfaced in as a bootleg, released as the Buzzcocks were becoming stars on the punk scene.
  6. Nov 23,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Buzzcocks - Boredom (Times Up) YouTube Magazine - Six Demo's - Pennine Studio Oldham - Duration: Feed the Enemy 7, views.
  7. Time's Up!, an Album by Buzzcocks. Released 9 January on Domino (catalog no. n/a; Lossless Digital).
  8. Buzzcocks are an English punk rock band formed in Bolton, Greater Manchester, UK in , led by singer-songwriter and guitarist Pete Shelley ( – ) for nearly their entire existence. They are commonly regarded as an important influence on the Manchester music scene, the independent record label movement and the punk rock, power pop, pop punk and indie rock genres in general.

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