Song Of The Day - "You Say You Don't Love Me" by Buzzcocks from the album "A Different Kind Of Tension."
Here's a dose of pure power pop for now kind of people! Formed in 1975 by Pete Shelley and Howard Devoto, Buzzcocks were one of the most tuneful bands to come out of England during the late '70s...with a load of catchy, tightly wound hits like "Orgasm Addict," "What Do I Get?," "Ever Fallen In Love" (made famous by Fine Young Cannibals) and "Sitting Round At Home" to name but a few. Devoto would leave early on to form Magazine replaced by Steve Diggle. Although the band broke up in 1981 amidst a backdrop of bad record company politics, they reformed again in 1989 and continue to perform and release albums today.