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February 15, 2006



Another track, video from Buzzcocks' "Flat-Pack Philosophy"


A new song and video have been released from the eighth Buzzcocks studio album Flat-Pack Philosophy. The record, set for release via Cooking Vinyl on March 6th in the UK and March 7th in North America, will be preceded by a three song single for the song "Wish I Never Loved You" on February 20th.

The track, titled "Wish I'd Never Loved You" can be found on their myspace page. A video for the same track has also been released and is streaming here.

Flat-Pack Philosophy follows the long running group's 2003 Merge Records release Buzzcocks.

As previously reported the veteran punk act will hit the road in the UK this March in support of the record. They'll take Southern Californian rock act the Adored (Pete Shelley appeared on their debut 2005 EP) and London's Gear.



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