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Somehow, A Different Kind Of Tension is less of a cohesive listen than the compilation Singles Going Steady. The Shelley-Diggle songwriting poles are much more evident, making things even a little disjointed upon initial listens. There are lots of great songs here (and a few quirky experiments like ...

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A Different Kind of Tension: Special Edition by Buzzcocks
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6/10 Jack Customer review, 20th July 2016

Somehow, A Different Kind Of Tension is less of a cohesive listen than the compilation Singles Going Steady. The Shelley-Diggle songwriting poles are much more evident, making things even a little disjointed upon initial listens. There are lots of great songs here (and a few quirky experiments like robot voices in the title track; and the sound-collage "Radio Nine" that closes the album a bit anticlimactically after the blazing "I Believe"), but the dissolution of the band after ADKOT's release is foreshadowed by a certain strain in their musical chemistry.


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