By Nisid Hajari
Updated May 24, 1996 at 04:00 AM EDT

All Set

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What do you get when you put together two godfathers of punk-pop (original Buzzcocks Pete Shelley and Steve Diggle) with a key player in the ultra-profitable ’90s version of their sound (Green Day producer Neill King)? Unfortunately, All Set is not the best of both worlds. On their first studio album in three years, the Buzzcocks sustain their renowned tight play, but the trip-hammer intensity that marked their seminal recordings now sounds less like a cry for revolution than a call for seconds. B

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