Various - Going Steady album
Singles Going Steady is a compilation album by English punk rock band Buzzcocks, first released on . Records in the United States on 25 September 1979.
Singles Going Steady, which begins with the band’s first eight singles, came out in 1979 in the . it wasn’t released in Buzzcocks’ native UK until 1981, as the band was on the verge of a breakup. It didn’t make the charts in either place, but that two-year gap is telling. As the punk ’70s segued into the post-punk ’80s, it was clear that Buzzcocks inspired little confidence about their staying power. Compilation albums, especially back then, often had the uncanny ability to signal the end of a band’s relevance, if not their lifespan. Singles Going Steady is festooned with love songs rendered urgent and rough by the thrust and distortion of punk. Shelley and company understood what few of their peers did: With love songs in the AOR arena growing increasingly cheesy throughout the ’70s, punk demanded a new rawness and credibility if it dared to address love.
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In fact, the slew of astonishing seven-inches collected on Steady and their influence on future musicians - punk or otherwise - sometimes even betters more famous efforts. The title and artwork alone (the latter itself partially inspired by the Beatles' Let it Be) have been parodied or referred to by Halo of Flies and Don Caballero, which titled its own singles comp Singles Breaking Up.
Redirected from Going Steady (album)). Warren McGlone (born September 17, 1969, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), known by the stage name Steady B, is an American hip hop emcee who, along with Schoolly D, the Fresh Prince, and Three Times Dope, was one of the first wave of Philadelphia-area emcees to gain notoriety in the mid to late 1980s. Steady B was a member (and de facto leader) of Philadelphia's Hilltop Hustlers crew
|1||–Bobby Darin||Splish Splash|
|3||–Jimmie Rodgers||Kisses Sweeter Than Wine|
|4||–Brian Hyland||Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini|
|5||–Ray Peterson||Tell Laura I Love Her|
|6||–Jerry Lee Lewis||Be Bop A Lula|
|7||–The Platters||Smoke Gets In Your Eyes|
|8||–The Coasters||Yakety Yak|
|9||–Brenda Lee||I'm Sorry|
|11||–The Percy Faith Orchestra*||A Summer Place|
|12||–Jerry Lee Lewis||High School Confidential|
|14||–The Platters||Only You|
|16||–The Diamonds||Little Darlin'|
|17||–Skeeter Davis||End Of The World|
|18||–Chubby Checker||Let's Twist Again|
|19||–Brenda Lee||All Alone Am I|
|21||–Santo & Johny*||Sleepwalk|
|22||–The Drifters||Save The Last Dance For Me|
|WW 5078||Various||Going Steady (LP, Comp)||Warwick Records||WW 5078||UK||1980|
|CBS 32407||Various||Going Steady (LP, Comp)||CBS||CBS 32407||Greece||1980|
|CBS 84000||Various||Going Steady / Γρανίτα Από Λεμόνι Νο 2 (LP, Comp)||CBS||CBS 84000||Greece||1980|
|POLS 313||Various||22 Original Golden Hits (The Original Soundtrack Of "Going Steady") (LP, Comp)||Polar||POLS 313||Sweden||1980|
|25·3P-168||Various||Going Steady (LP, Comp)||Epic||25·3P-168||Japan||1980|