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1What Ever Happened To?
Written-By – Dial, Shelley


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
UP 36316Buzzcocks Orgasm Addict ‎(7", Single)United Artists RecordsUP 36316UK1977
UP 36316Buzzcocks Orgasm Addict ‎(7", Single, Sol)United Artists RecordsUP 36316UK1977
UP 36316Buzzcocks Orgasm Addict ‎(7", Single, TP, W/Lbl)United Artists RecordsUP 36316UK1977
noneBuzzcocks Orgasm Addict ‎(Acetate, 10", Single)United Artists RecordsnoneUK1977
UP 36316Buzzcocks Orgasm Addict ‎(7", Promo)United Artists RecordsUP 36316UK1977


  • EngineerAlan Winstanley
  • ProducerMartin Rushent


Orgasm Addict was banned on English national radio. As a last attempt to get Buzzcocks played on the radio UA released this promo with only the side one track.

Released in a generic die cut sleeve.


  • Matrix / Runout (Label side 1): UP 36316B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side 1): UP 36316 B-3U


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – United Artists Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Produced At – T.W. Studios
  • Mixed At – Olympic Studios



Текст песни: What ever happened to twin sets What ever happened to Hi-Fi What ever happened to TV sex What ever happened to you and I. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Ever Fallen in Love with Someone You Shouldn't Have. Album: Another Music In A Different Kitchen Track: 13 Year: 1978 Genre: Ever Happened To is a track by Buzzcocks from the album Singles Going Steady released in 1979. This track is rated in the top 9 of all tracks on . What Ever Happened To by Buzzcocks Year: 1979 From the album Singles Going Steady track 9. Average Rating: 80100 from 32 votes. What Ever Happened To 3. Oh Shit 4. Moving Away From The Pulsebeat. Real World. Just Lust. Walking Distance. Something's Gone Wrong Again. You Say You Don't Love Me. I Don't Know What To Do With My Life. I Believe. Buy this album. Dowiedz się więcej. Watch the video for What Ever Happened To from Buzzcocks's Singles Going Steady for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Whatever Happened To This song is by Buzzcocks and appears on the bonus disc demo recordings of the album Another Music in a Different Kitchen 1978. What ever happened to twin setsWhat ever happened to Hi-fiWhat ever happened to TV sexWhat ever happened to you and I Your passion is a productOf highlight and detailThat come hither lookBonus offer retail. Whatever happened to pick-up trucksWhatever happened to yellow pagesWhatever happened to burning booksWhatever happened to new ages . Singles Going Steady was the first Buzzcocks album to be released in North America and intended as an introduction to the band for the American public, coinciding with a tour of the US. Side one of the original release of the album featured their eight UK single releases on United Artists Records from 1977 up to the time of Singles Going Steady's release in 1979 in chronological order, while side two featured their corresponding B-sides, also in chronological order. What Ever Happened To Alan Dial, Shelley. Orgasm Addict single. Singles Going Steady Compilation album by Buzzcocks Released 25 September 1979 Recorded November 1977 July 1979 Genre Punk rock Length 47:49 Label . Running Free download. What Ever Happened To download. Oh Shit download. Songs in album Buzzcocks - Singles Going Steady 1979. Buzzcocks - Orgasm Addict. Buzzcocks - I Don't Mind. Buzzcocks - Oh Shit

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What Ever Happened To?
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28 Oct 1977
United Artists Records
Catalog №:
UP 36316
Correction! The ladies at the pressing plant refused to press the title track due to it's content, hence the temporary one-sided (B side) pressings. The same scenario happened with their follow-up 'What Do I Get?', but in reverse
Sorry, but have to correct your 'correction'. Whatever Happened To demo copies were pressed for radios stations to prevent them accidently playing the controversial side. Hence demo copy and release date printed on the label. Same for What Do I Get?/Oh Shit. The 'ladies at the pressing plant . . ' myth was used by several punk bands/labels to generate some controversial publicity. Probably used first by McLaren.
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