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Disk: 1

  1. Thru The Flowers
  2. Across My Shoulder
  3. She Don't Need You
  4. Lazy
  5. Really Stupid
  6. (We've) Found A Way To The Sun
  7. Where The Wind Blows
  8. Nothing Left
  9. Run Baby Run
  10. Really Stupid
  11. I'll Stick With You
  12. Where The Wind Blows
  13. Across My Shoulder
  14. spacehead
  15. Crash
  16. Stop Killing Me
  17. Shadow
  18. Buzz Buzz Buzz
  19. As Tears Go By

Disk: 2

  1. Stop Killing Me
  2. Buzz Buzz Buzz
  3. Laughing Up My Sleeve
  4. Ocean Blue (Original Version)
  5. Shadow (Guitar Version)
  6. Thru The Flowers (New Nersion)
  7. Everything's Shining Bright
  8. Nothing Left (First Version)
  9. Dream Walk Baby
  10. Ocean Blue
  11. Everything's Shining Bright
  12. She Don't Need You
  13. Think I'll Stick With You
  14. Really Stupid
  15. Run Baby Run
  16. Thru The Flowers
  17. Nothing Left
  18. Shadow
  19. Out Of Reach
  20. (We've) Found A Way (To The Sun)
  21. Don't Want Anything To Change
  22. Across My Shoulder
  23. Everything's Shining Bright
  24. Buzz Buzz Buzz
  25. Really Stupid
  26. I Wanna Be Your Dog


Primitives - Buzz Buzz Buzz - Cd

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Format: Audio CD
Es handelt sich bei der CD lediglich um 15 Studio-Versionen (Song 1 bis 7 der CD 1 und Song 1 bis 8 der CD 2), der
Rest sind Session-Aufnahmen von Janice Long (1986), Andy Kershaw (1986) und John Peel (1986 und 1987) sowie eine
Live-Aufnahme at the ICA 1987. Ich hatte zumindest alle Songs der CD "Lovely" bei den "Complete Recordings" erwartet. Buzz Buzz Buzz: The Complete Lazy Recordings
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Pre major label Primitives w/LIVE concert 15. März 2012
Von Andrew Furst - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
First off, let me note that if you have the "Best of" CD, none of those tracks are duplicated here. Some of the songs from that CD are also found here, but these are entirely different versions of those songs.

The Primitives were a British (with Australian female lead singer Tracy Tracy) 4 piece band that created/performed songs I'd describe as 1960's influenced punkish pop & psychedelia. Lead guitarist Paul (PJ) Court wrote their songs, and sang lead on a rare handful of them. Originally they were an "indie" (independent) group that released their songs on their own label, called "Lazy" (after one of their early songs, "Lazy"). Then they signed to major-label RCA, re-recorded some of their Lazy label songs for their first RCA album (Lovely, released in 1988), and released two more albums on RCA (Pure, Galore) before disbanding in the early 1990's (though they since reformed in 2009, and continue to record and perform now). The original RCA albums and their 1 CD "best of" compilation, reflect only that major-label RCA 1988-1991 era work.

This on the other hand is a collection of the recordings made in 1986 and 1987, prior to their signing with RCA. The band was more "punkish" and "rock" in this period. Some of the songs were improved when re-recorded for RCA, some were just more punkish/raw here and more pop-polished when re-recorded. Their best known song "Crash" isn't that great here, compared with what it became on their RCA recording. But some others are arguably better here, depending on your personal taste. And if you already have their RCA work and want more, this is a very enjoyable album. Not only do you get early versions (primitive Primitives) of most of the songs that are on the "Lovely" album, there are also many original songs which didn't make it onto any of the RCA albums. Further, this album ends with a complete live concert from 1987, again not previously available on a major label.

The album tracks seem to be in chronological order, which is interesting in that it shows progression in the band's work. The first CD is entirely composed of 1986 recordings, and the second CD is entirely of 1987. The first few tracks are somewhat low-fidelity recordings, and more punk-rock sounding (very Ramones-ish) than their RCA recordings. As the album moves along, the recordings are quite well-recorded, again more punk sounding than they became just a few years later. Comparing these versions to the newer RCA ones, I'd say they generally improved the songs in each case with the RCA re-recordings. But it's still interesting to hear most of these early recordings. And there are many great, original Primitives songs that didn't make it to a major-label album, such as "Really Stupid", "Think I'll Stick With You", "She Don't Need You", "(We've) Found a Way to the Sun", "Across My Shoulder", "Everything's Shining Bright", "Where the Wind Blows", "Lazy", and several more. Most of these songs are so good (assuming you like The Primitives at all), it's amazing that they weren't re-recorded for RCA. "Really Stupid" for example, I believe is a staple of every live show The Primitives have done from 1986 through today.

As far as individual tracks, everyone will have their favorites, so I won't much comment on the songs. Realize though that many of these are studio recordings meant for release, many others were recorded "live in the studio" for the BBC (similar to the famous Beatles BBC recordings). The Primitive's BBC recordings are marked as "John Peel" or "Andy Kershaw" sessions, those being the two BBC disc jockeys who's shows featured the band. Note that there is another, 1 CD Primitives release also called "Buzz Buzz Buzz" (or alternately "Bubbling Up") which features the 1986 and 1987 BBC recordings, plus two more from 1988 (at which point The Primitives were RCA artists). I believe that this 2 CD set has all the BBC sessions songs from the 1 CD album, except for the two songs recorded in 1988. This album concludes with a 14 song, professionally recorded live show.

The band really shows their chops on the live concert that concludes this great 2 CD set. The vocals on the live portion are somewhat low in the mix (though that's probably exactly how it sounded originally), but if you raise the volume a bit, it sounds terrific. The live show rocks harder than the studio (and live-in-the-studio) versions, the band really smokes these songs. Given that this is the only live concert recording (professionally recorded and officially released) by The Primitives, the live portion makes this release especially worthy for fans. By the way, there is a mistake on the song listing of both the CD and here; during the live portion they don't play "Really Stupid" twice, the second time they list that song (track 25 of CD2) it's actually "Stop Killing Me".

This is definitely a 5 star "must have" release for serious Primitives fans. As I noted, the songs that were later re-recorded for RCA were mostly improved there, but these early versions are interesting to hear. Plus there are many original (i.e. written by the band) tracks that simply weren't on the RCA releases Overall, every track is generally enjoyable and hand something to offer. Though on side 2 there are a couple of minor low points; track 3 is a good song but it falls apart at the very end (an attempt to be "arty" that winds up just being annoying noise), and track 4 is a boring version of a song you'll hear later on the same CD, greatly improved there. The live session which concludes the album - as mentioned - is especially interesting, and for many would be the highlight of this set (though the entire 2 CDs should be played to get the full "feel" of this). The BBC sessions included here are great too; and of special note they do a very nice cover version of the Rolling Stones/Marianne Faithful song "As Tears Go By" among the BBC songs. Overall this is an excellent addition for those who already have the "best of" CD; also recommended are the original RCA CDs (when you can find them).
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Primitives - 'Buzz Buzz Buzz - The Complete Lazy Recordings' (Castle Music) 2-CD 15. September 2013
Von Mike Reed - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Took me quite awhile to land down a physical copy of this must-have / must-own double CD title compilation by The Primitives. Was well worth the wait. Tracks here that I simply could not get enough of were "Thru The Flowers", the awesome punk rocker 'gem' "She Don't Need You", "(We've) Found A Way To The Sun", "Nothing Left", the inspiring "Run Baby Run", and their Stones cover "As Tears Go By". That's just disc one. Disc two is every bit as happening with a new version of the previously mentioned "Thru The Flowers", both versions of their beautiful neo-psych "Ocean Blue", all three edits of "Everything's Shining Bright", "Run Baby Run" and the ass-kicking "Really Stupid". Didn't realize at first this 2-CD featured some demos and Peel Sessions. Very nice. Line-up: Tracy Tracy - lead vocals, Paul Court - guitar & vocals, Steve Dullaghan (R.I.P.) - bass and Tig Williams - drums. Should do a lot for loyal fans of the Bangles, Lush, Pretenders, My Bloody Valentine and maybe early Beatles. So highly recommended - it almost hurts.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Reissue of BBC Sessions 12. September 2005
Von Melkur - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This CD is a reissue of the Bubbling Up CD that came out in 1998. That disc is getting hard to find, so this will do nicely for those who want the BBC Prims sessions. Unfortunately there are no credits in the booklet apart from the song titles and some liner notes from Paul Court, so it's not immediately apparent that these are the BBC tracks. But they are. The cover is way cooler than the original (I didn't like the balloons) - the same photo from the original CD but made to look psychedelic. It kind of looks like the Lazy record sleeves the Primitives first put out. So in short it's a stripped down version of Bubbling Up but at least these tracks are readily available again. Buy it!
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