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Mr prolific' STEVE DIGGLE seems to have so much enthusiasm for his music these days you could swear he was still 25. He leads the Buzzcocks from the front these days, but has still found time to release his fourth solo album and as usual, he doesn't disappoint.

Coming across more introspective than the Buzzcocks, its the sound of this Manchester songsmith branching out and not standing still. Strangely, opener 'Sound of the Soul' sounds like Boston's 'More Than a Feeling'...... 

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"Moving on a different journey, Steve Diggle takes great artist steps for his solo album and creates a reflection so we reflect our inner selves. This album is part of the Steve Diggle defining journey. The next one will be different again and that's what great artist do!"                                     

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'Inner Space Times' new album

Steve Diggle talking about his new album 'INNER SPACE TIMES' on RCV 99 FM radio

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Steve Diggle new album 'Inner Space Times' review on Vive Le Roc Magazine


Mr prolific, Steve Diggle seems to have so much enthusiasm for his music these days you could swear he was still 25. He leads the Buzzcocks from the front these days, but has still found time to release his fourth album and as usual, he doesn't disappoint. Coming across more introspective than the Buzzcocks, its the sound of this Manchester songsmith 

branching out and not standing still. Strangely, opener 'Sound of the Soul' sounds like Boston's 'More than a Feeling' but 'Wake Up the Dream' showcases his prowess as a guitar player and 'Way Too Far' is laid back acoustic Sunday bliss, not a million miles away from Paul Weller at his best.

We get a piano take of his Recent Buzzcocks track 'Sick City Sometimes', Showcasing what a great song it is. 'The Weatherman Said' rocks things up again and the whole album has that psychedelic

'60s air that Steve Diggle does so well. this is also available as part of his solo album box set.

                                 

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Steve Diggle on Johnnie Walker's Sounds of the 70s on BBC Radio 2


Listen to Steve Diggle sharing his memories of the 70s with Johnnie.

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