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Added 25th July 2018 by Mike Noon


Buzzcocks, Slaughter and the Dogs
Lesser Free Trade Hall
20th July 1976

Original Buzzcocks drummer John Maher is sharing clippings from his original scrapbooks. They cover two years from 1976, including the band's first press review from The Melody Maker. He's given his approval to them being uploaded here, which is great of him. Follow him at @flyingmonkphoto . More to follow.

This is Slaughter & The Dogs' version of the poster for Sex Pistols' and Buzzcocks appearance at The Lesser Free Trade Hall on Tuesday 20th July 1976. I love the way they've promoted themselves to the top of the bill and billed Buzzcocks as mere support. You can see the 'official' poster here:

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“It was at McLarens insistence that the Dogs were added as headers, not being sure of the Manchester audience.”
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